Later from the North.
Another Female soldier.
--The Rome (Ga) Courier says that one day last week a pretty little Georgia girl, dressed up in neatly-fitting male habiliments, applied to a Lieutenant of General Gist's command, at Rome, to be enrolled and mustered into the Confederate service. Her request was complied with, and she was about to be sent out to camp, when some one, suspicious of her sex, suggested that little ruffled petticoats and a more feminine occupation than that of the manual of the piece would be more appropriate. She was accordingly sent before Gen. Gist, to whom she confessed her sex, said she was from Gainesville, Ga., and that she had the consent of her parents to disguise herself in male attire and enter the army and revenge the death of her brother, who, poor fellow, was killed in Virginia.--She was sent to Atlanta under escort, but has since made her escape.