A private letter írom ono of our citizcns vvho nocoinpanied the 4th Regiment, dated Harrisburg, June 27tb, reporta ts artival in that city on that day, where it had gone into camp. - The oifioers and men were in good spirits, and but two or threo reported on tho sick list. The Regiment attracted much attention on the route, and the citizens oí the various towns through which it passed showercd favors and smiles profusely. Tho Regiment was waiting orders, and hoped soon to march - for Washington. Tho writeraasy : "One John Kouso. of Company K, Capt. A. D. Ckakk, fel' fiom tho cars this inorniDg, and met with scriou8 ií not lata! injuries. He struck on h:s head, and cut a frigbtful gash, fivo or six inches long, clef.r tliro' tho skull. Surgeon Tu.n.nicliff tells me that he wil! probably die. Tho pooríüllow has been in a stato of in5ensibili ty ever eince the iull, and does not speak.1' L3tT The State Treasurer of Georgia has given notice that tbo interest on the State bonds will be paid at Savannah instead of New York. The holders may consider tnemselves fortúnate, ndeod, to reoeïva psiymont any wbere.