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She has been purchased, we are informed, for parties in Savannah. Gens. Beauregard and Johnston. The following sketches of these distinguished gentlemen we find in the New Orleans Delta, the power to conceive; not only the faculty to foresee, but the ability to execute. Of Gen. Johnston, the Commander-in-Chief of the army of the Potomac, it is scarcely possible to give a description which will at all do justice to him. Gen. Johnston is a man of medium stature and slender form, with a finely turned head, covered, except just above the forehead, with hair slightly mixed withto official business. At such times the usual rigidity of military forms is preserved. Gen. Johnston is a man of rare intelligence, profound information, and delightful conversational powers. s descriptions, the clearness of his explanations, and the brilliancy of his illustrations. Gen. Johnston's quarters are now situated in a commodious building, at Fairfax Court-House, formerly used