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The Confederate leaders have now almost all of them settled

down into private life. General Lee is the head of a college in Virginia ; General Joseph Johnston is an applicant for president or superintendent of a Georgia railroad ; General Bragg is in business in New Orleans; General Hardee lives on a plantation in the interior of Alabama; General Longstreet has been pardoned, and is in Mobile ; General Forrest, the butcher of Fort Pillow, is managing a sawmill, it is said, in the interior of Mississippi, and General ' Beatnogard is in New Orleans, and has applied, it is be- lieved, for a railway appointment. Only Generals Kirby Smith and Magruder, of all the Confederate Generals, are said to have left the country.