Fmm Chas. T E"ans, General Apent, 448 Broadway, N. Y., we hnve received Part XXIV of the Rebellion Record. The embellishments are steel portraits of Maj. Gen. Q. HMitchell, recfiiitly deceased, and of tho rebel General Lke. The Diary brings events down to April 30tb, 1862, and the Documenta to the ea:ne date The pages URiially devoted to Poetry and Inpidentg are given tq th? indax for the Fourth volurne, which this Part complete. Tbis work fupnihüs a full, complete, and impartial history of the rebiallion, an4 N got up in ihe best style of that popular publisher, G. P. Putnam. In monthly parts at 50 cents.