late Principal of the Union Scbool of tliis city, has aceepted a commissioufrom the Governor, and is actively engaged in recruiting a coinp;iny for tho Twentieth Regiment, Mr. Gtant ís a gradúate of the Uuiversi-y, and in nddition to bcing, a good sjholar - and good scholars mako goud soldiers - has the bumps of eaergy and perseverancia well developed. Wo believe that he will make a first rate officcr, and will never turn Iiia back to the foo. Wc hope that he will suoceed in speodüy raisiug a company. - We uuderatand thac Capt. Grant takes the men who have been reoruited by 11. P. Cakpesteb, the lattor gentleman acceptiug the position of First Litutenant. L2g" We notioe Ihat W. W. Deuby, of Co. K, First Mi 3hig:in Infantry, who was wounded and taken prisoner in ono of the recent engnguments buforo Kichmcnd, has boon releaeed, and has arrived in New Yoik. Young Dkiídy enlistud frorn the State News office i n this city, and is a nephevv of the proprietor of that pnper.