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city by land. Attempting is not always doing. Negro stealing. A Tennessee correspondent says: A Confederate officer from Camp Beauregard, now in this city, informs us that Gen. Grant's division, in its retreat from Fort Henry to Paducah, stole 300 slaves on the route, and took them to Paducah! At Mayfield they uniformed and armed 150 negro men, and placed them in their ranks as Federal soldiers. Gen. Bonham's resignation. The Charleston Mercury, of February 1st, saysPaducah! At Mayfield they uniformed and armed 150 negro men, and placed them in their ranks as Federal soldiers. Gen. Bonham's resignation. The Charleston Mercury, of February 1st, says: We learn from Richmond that Gen. Bonham has resigned his office as General of the Confederate States. The reason of his resignation we understand to be as follows: Gen. Bonham was Major General of the forces of South Carolina when he received an appointment of Brigadier General of the Confederate States, and was ordered to Richmond. He was appointed a Brigadier General of no particular regiments formed into a brigade. Indeed, there were no regiments in the Confederate service at