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ight regiments were made the nucleus of the new corps, and during the summer and autumn of 1863, through the channels opened by the progress of the campaign, there were men enough enlisted to swell the number of regiments to about twenty five, and Gen George L. Andrews was placed in command of the corps. But, unfortunately it was found that the physical qualifications of the negroes were not equal to the hardships of drill and fatigue duty many of them having in them the seeds of old and surelnd the formidable fortifications its men have created here since the surrender of Port Hudson General Andrews has gone North on leave, Gen Uhiman succeeding to the command, and a full and careful inspection of all the works and forces last week by Gen T. W Sherman who lest a leg in the siege of Port Hudson) has given rise to a rumor of a further change of commanders.--What the future of the corps will be depends now upon the question of expediency; will the possible interests or necessities of