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Wasiiinotov, Sept. 2'-', Im'.'J.
I, Abraham Lincoln, President of the
United States of America, and Commander-in-chief
of the Army and Navy
thereof, do hereby prnelaim ami declare,
that hereafter, as heretofore, Ihe war will
be prosecuted for the object of practical
ly restoring the coiistilutioiiAl relations
between the Flitted Slate Slid the peo
ple thereof in hich Slates that trial ion
is or may be suspended or disturbed; that
it Is my purpose upon Ihe ueil meeting
of Congress lo again recommend the
adoption of a practical measure tender
in,! pecuniary aid lo Ihe free acceptance
or rejection ot all the tdave Stales, so
called, the nemile whereof luav not then
be iu rel ellioii iiiNiinst the I'niled Slates
and which Slate may then have volun-
tarily adopted, or thereafter may vultin-
larily adopt, an immediate or gradual
,1 .l.il.isi.t ot Uvtiy v.thir. then ia-
Bpeclivo limiln; nil lh.it the (TorU tit
ctilonie prron of African ilcsooiit, wilh
thrir "c-oniont, ntn tlie continent, or
I'l.arivherr-, with the jirrvionslj oli(aintil
consent of thp . Oovernment esUl
ing there, will be continued. 2 W on
tht J!r.tt day of January, in the year of our
I J,mt thuusand eight hundred and sixty
three, all person hell, as shires ir'thin any
Sliite, or irilhin any designated part of a Fafe,
(!' people 11 heree shall then le in rehUiim
(ignind the United ,ttei, shdlhethrn, thence'
mrard awl forever free, and the Executive
fi-vernmrnt of the I'nited Rates, including
the m.'.' V.ii y ami niu . il authority thereof, trill
recognize and muinlain the frcedm of such
permi t, a ml will Act no ael or arts to re
iri's Filch persona, or an? of them, in
any r Hurt 4 Ihey may make fur (heir ac
tual freeilttm; that the Kxccmivp will, on
Ihe first day ol .lannary aforesaid, Ii y
proclamation, designate the Slales, and
jiarla of Slates, if any, in which Ihe ie
pie thereof reflectively, shall then lie iu
rebellion against Ihe United States;' the
fact thai any Stale, or the people I hereof,
shall on that day be in good faith repre
sented in the' Coneress of Ihe Tniled
States by members chosen thereto at
elections wherein a majority of the rpiali
fied voters of such States shall have par
ticipated, shall, in the alm-iice of Ktrcnj;
corroborative testimony, be deemed con
clusive evidence that such Slate and the
people thereof have not been in rebellion
against the Tnited Slates.
Attention is hereby called to an act of
Congress, entitled an act to inal.e an ad
ditional Article of War, approved March
If!, 18(52, and which act h iu the words
and figures follow in;-:
" He it enacted hy th l M-mie and Untie tf
ftepivsentutiivs of the United Stntss, nl (icn
() .-.? aisemliled, That hereafter the follow
ing shall be prumulftled as an addition
al Article of War for the government of
the A i my of Ihe I'nited Stales, and shall
be obeyed and observed as such :
Article: All otlicers or persons iu the
military or naval service of the I'niled
States, are prohibited from employing any
i.f the force under thcii respective com
mands for Ihe purpose of reluming fu
gitives from service or labor, who may
have csencd from any person tn whom
such service or labor in claimed In be
due, and any ollicer who shall be found
guilty by a court martial, of violating
this article shall be dismisied IVmii the
Sec. 2. And h- it further enact,;!, That
this act shall take etl'eet fie in and itil.-i-its
Also to the '.llh and HJth lections of an
act entitled " an act to suppress insur
rection, to punish treason and rebellion,
to seize and confiscate pioperly of rebels,
and for other purposes, approved duly
17th, l.sX.2," and which sections are in Ihe
words and figures following :
Sr.cTlos !. And 1"' it further cnuie.t,
That till tht sla-es of persons who shall
hereafter be engaged in rebellion against
the ( iovi-1 iiiiieul ol I lie I luted Males, or
who shall iu any way give aid or com
fort thereto, escaping from such persons,
and taking refii'.'-e within Ihe limits of
Ihe army, and ull nl.tves captured from
such persons, or deserted by them and
coming under the control of the (bivern
ment of Ihe I'nited Stales, and all slaves
of such persons on or being within any
place occupied hv rebel forces, and af
terwards occupied by the forces of the
I ; niteil States, shall lie deemed captures
of war, and shall be forever free of their
servitude and not again held as slaves..
Si r. 111. And it further enacted, That no
slave escaping into any slave territory or
Ihe Pistrict of ( olumlua, from any ol the
Slates shall be delivered up, or in any
way impeded or hindered of his liberty,
except lor ctiiiie or some olleiise against
the laws, unless the person claiming said
fugitive shall tirsl make oath that tlie
person to whom the labor or srrvic.n of
said fugitive is alleged to be due, is his
lawful owner, and has not been in arms
against the I nited States iu the present
rebellion, nor in any w ay given aid or
comfort thereto: and no person engaged
in the military or naval service .of Ihe
I nited Slates shall, under any pretense
whatever, assume to tie. i.lo on Ihe valid
ity of the claims e! any person to the ser
vice or lalmr of any other person or
siu'ieuilt-r up any such nrs.iii Iu the
claimant, on pain of Iniivr dismissed
from I he service.
And I do hereby enjoin upon and or
der ull person engaged in Ihe military
and nav il sci v ice ol Ihe I'nited States,
to obey and enforce wilhiu their respec
tive spheres of service, Ihe Article and
Sections above recited. And Ihe Exec
utive w ill in due lime rec.unmend that
all .'iliens of the I'nited Slates who
shall have ii limine. 1 loyal Iherelo
llitou;:hoiil ill.' lelielliiiii, -.hull, upon Ihe
ii uliii alien of I lie Const ilul ioiiul ri'la
I ions bi tvv ti n the Cnited Mates and their
respective Stales and people, if Ihe rela
tion shall have been suspended or dis
turbed, I cir,p :r.(if, I jW ull ..-., hy act
if ihe U.ot.d H-tle; i'.i. .'.. .
Ill W il Hess ll In I.-.' I I halt- lu ll-Ill i l.t S. I
lay hull. I un. I drilled the Seal i.f ihe I'ni
ted SUIcl In be ntlivcd.
Pone al the City of Washington this
tit t welity -second day 1. 1 September, in
the year of our Lord one thousand right
I hundred and siaty-lvv'o, and of (lie lu
j dependence of the I'niled Stales the
I i-i ;hly-sevi nih.
' Signed, Al'.KAHAM LINCOLN,
- I'y the President.
Wal. Ii. 'iiatmi, rU-'laty id ".llll
T P. ll M s :
Pint L'jKia, per annum n 00.
" " cek, '.
Txj Wir.nt.T I'niiin, par aunnra . . j uo
Waaaii 1'aMM, ar anuuin .....! on
TPI-SPAY MOKNINO, OCT. 7. lsr,2.
(From SmvlajV I ttra
Late and Interesting
Peace Commi3ioneis Sent to Wash
ington by the Rebels.
The Propositions they will Snbnnt.
Death of General Nelson
Champ Furgeson Killed
Breckinridge in Mississippi.
U Clellau's Official Rep it.
General Buell Not Ren oved.
To a gentleman who arrived in town
this morning from Louisville, w hich place
he left on Wednesday last, tie are in
debted for a copy of Ihe Louisville Jour
nal of October 1st. lie came all the way
iu a buggy by the Louisville and Nash
ville turnpike, and saw no "I'onfeilerale
troops on any part of the inad until he
fell iu w ith scattering parlies of giier-
i-illas this nide of Franklin.
Ibiell's army, or a portion of it. he
says, was in Louisville, the enemy having
interposed no olmlructinns In I'ticH's
march to that place.
Our informant, tv ho is a gentleman of
intelligence and w ho w as in Cincinnati
only a day or I wo before he left Louis
ville, assures us, as a matter beyond
ipiestion, that heavy columns of Federal
troops were marching from both points
upon I'-ragg, and that flragg was retreat
ing. His aim will doubtless he to escape
into Mast Tennessee by crossing the
Cumberland at or above Somerset.
BiiKpkiN'RiiH'iK, when last beard from,
had, w ith his command, w hich was at
Holly Springs, taken the cars for Jack
son, .Miss, wilh the supposed intention
of proceeding thence across the country
to l.'ienza, a point on the Mobile and
Ohio railroad, south of Tupello with a
view U unite with l'riee. From a recent
proclamation of lien. I'iiaou it appears
he was hoping that ('iiii.ckiNT.iiniii would
join him in Kentucky. Cieneral Mopoas
wilh his entire foree.according (o intelli
gence received at Cincinnati, had left Ihe'
d':ip and was supposed to he making his
way to Ihe Ohio above Cincinnati. Our
iufoimant from Louisville, informs us
thai Mono ax's army was understood to
be at llichmond. We regret t.i learn
that the report of the killing of (leu.
Nr.i.soN, by tlen. .Ti kfi iison C. Davis, of
the I'niled States army, is conlirmed.
An account of his funeral is contained
iu Ihe Louisville ,l,urnnlo( Ihe 1st. ins!.,
No particulars uie given of the
killing in that number of Ihe Journal.
We ' learn through a private source
that in an altercation between
tin-in, (on. Nelson slapped (leu. Da
vis's jaws, whereupon the latter, viilh
a pistol obtained from a by-slander shot
Nelson through the body. Nelson lived
several hours, and was haplicd previous
Ir, bis death.
The .loiiruul of the 1st insl., emphat
ically contradicts the li'liiov al nl ticileisl
Ni.vv Yuiik, Sept. !!0. The Washing
iugton correspondence of the Philadel
phia lmpiirer says it is rumored that the
existing quietude ol armies on the upper
Potomac is that commissioners are. on Ihe
way way from the Confederate Congress
to propose trims of peace, said to be
something like the following terms:
The loyal States to take all Iho territo
ries of Missouri, Tennessee, Kentucky
and Maryland and make them free or
slave Stales, a may best please them;
the cotton Slab s to be perniilted to have a
Congress of their own lo regulate their
own domestic afl'airs only, but iu all other
things to be again one and inseparable
people fur dell'ensive and olt'eusiie opera
lions against other countries; to be a
unity in all mailers of postage and re ve
il no service the same as heretofore, lin y
pledging themselves lo return all Govern
ment pioperly as they found it ; they
lo have, in addition, a napai ale Congress
lo regulate their peculiar institution,
aud lo be permitted to have Senator and
lh'piesentalives in our Congress in such
number as their lice while population
entitles I hem.
BaI.TIMoIII', Sept. 2'. The Baltimore
American furnishes the following addi
tional news from last night :
A ride from the centre army on the
Potomac, to its riirht w ing al W illiaius
porl gives one an impression of an im
mense number of men and aggregal'oti
1 loAtriial ibil hl lif.'U bi .ii, hi t-
aether. For 13 miles Ihe eve never
looses sight of camps.
Dr. McLaughlin, of Bradley Johnson's
lair, gave himself np to our pickets.
He staled that be was utterly tired of
rebel service, and he would sooner be in
Fort Mcllenry than w ilh their army in
Farly this morn ins a large force of
cavalry crossed ihe I'otomac at Black
burn's Ford and moved of towards
Shepaidstow n. They bad not returned
when I close this letter.
Our scouts vifil Shepardslown fre
quently by day, while rebel cavalry slill
come there at night, that place being held
At Shepardstow u ferry, on this side of
Ihe Potomac, there are over two hundred
w..iiinl..l rlic prisoners, guarded by the
'.1st. I'ennsyvania regiment, ami linrirr
care of si$ rebel surgeons. TJie men are
of a (Icapi-raldy wounded class.
Our advance is four or five miles out,
and a rebel force composed of ten brig
ades of Louisiana and North Carolina
troops are in our immediate front, and
show a tlispnsil ion lo contest our further
A spirited '-avalry and artillery skir
mish took place this morning, in which
our men did well and 'drove the enemy
Wahhinhton', Sept. ;!ii. A Washing
ton letter to the Commercial, dated the
.'ioih, states that 27,HOl troops had left
this city, but their destination was not
The Washington Slar of Ihe 2!lh -re
ports a reconnoissance to Warrenton
. I unction without finding any signs of
Hie enemy. It doubts tlie rumors that
Lee is making serious movements lo re
cross into Maryland. It says that 20,
iiiiii I poops left Washington last night in
one direction and another body in an
The Star says il is generally believed
here that Jell'. Davis is about to send
8li,(Hi(l troops on forced marches across
Ihe mountains to Wheelintr, 1 hence to
I'illshiirg and Cinciiinali, and then form
a junction wilh Brae.-g ami Kirby Smith
W hen McClellan eiosnes in l.irge force
into Virginia the h.ilan.-e of the rebel
army will tall back ou Kichinnu.l The
Slar intimates tli.it lleintelmaii is in
position to intercept lite latter move
ment if made.
Cincinnati, Sept. :.i. Ocit Morgan
left Cumberland (lap ab. oil I mo necks
ago w ilh all his forces.
lie is supposed lo be marching in a
northeast direction and will strike the
Ohio somewhere about Portsmouth. He
brought away nil his stores, and blocked
up the dap w ilh stones so as lo render it
Drafting takes place in this city to
morrow. . .
Captain Prentice, sou of Oeo. D. Pren
tice, who wa9 wounded in the Augusta,
Ky., light died to-day.
The IndianajKilis correspondent of the
Cincinnati Commercial says that Gene
ral l'.iii ll has been removed, and (leu.
Thomas assigned lo his command.
Washis'iiton, Sept. ..0. A special din
patch to Ihe Post says it is bolievcd here
that General Lee is preparing for a north
ward movement from Winchester. II is
probable, however, thai he will find
enough defensive work on his hands with
out crossing the Potomac river.
Several Western Governors are urging
the appointment of Hooker to tho com
mand of the l'n ion armies in the Missis
sippi valley. Judge Lane, of Northern
Alabama, is here, and urges, as do all
men who live in that section of country,
the importance of taking possession of
East Tennessee, and holding it against
all rebel comers. He says if our lines
extended to the whole southern bounda
ry of Tennessee, Ihe rebel army of the
West could be entirely unable to support
itself. Speaking from a thorough knowl
edge of the nature of the country south
of that line, he says il is incapable of
producing Ihe requisite supplies. lie
considers the recent movements north
ward of the rebel armies tn be in the
main great foragingexpeilitions in search
Washington, Sept. ;!l. The following
report of the victory of Anlietam has
been forn ardi d lo headquarter of (he
army of ien M. C'lrllan :
N r ar 8 ii a it is iu R.i, Sept . 2; i -1 .: :o P. M.
.v.. a , rai ii. ir. w,v,., a ;
Chief. U. S. A :
, nave, ni-ion... .,,., ' . .mi
as some of Ihe result of the battle ol
. i.. i .... i .v.. r .ll : .
South Mountain and Anlietam:
At South Mountain our loss was -111
ded 1 Hm! m iM.wrl."!, ... iMi.-Mu;;.
At Anlietam our loss was 2.01U killed,
!), till wounded, aud 1,01'J missing. To
tal I2,1ii'.l. Total loss in the two battles
11,7s I. The loss ol Ihe rebels in the two
battles, as near as can be uscertained
from Ihe number of their dead found
upon the field and from other data, will
not fall short of the following estimate :
Major Davis, Assistant Inspector General,
who superintends Die burial of the dead,
reports about II.oiiO rebels buued upon
the field of Anlietam by our Iroop.
Previous bl this, however, the "rebel
had buried many of their own dead upon
the distant H,rtioii of ihe balllelield
W hich they occupied alter the b.illle, pro
bably al lrSl r.ml. The loss of the
rebels al Soul It Mountain cannot be as
certained wilh accuracy, but as our troops
droi v lliciii from the commencement of
Ihe a.-lioii, and as a much greater number
of their dead was seen on the field than
of our own iin it, il is not unreasonable lo
suppose that their loss was pn-ater than
ours. Lutimatiiig their killed at .r0, the
Inlal rebels killed ill the two buttle
Would be !, ("". Ac. Hiding to Ihe ratio
of our on n killed and wounded, this
would make their loss in wounded IH,
712. As nearly as can be determined at
tin lime, the niimlier ol prisoner taken
by our troops in the two battle will, at
the lowest eatiinale, amount to r.OO.
The til 1 1 leliirns will nu doubt hoiv a
larger number of these. About 1,'Jun aie
W on lull il, this give 1110 a rebel los III klll
c.l, Hounded Kil l prisoners, of 'J'l.'iiJ
It will lie observed that this doe not
include their Straggler, the number of
whom is said to be by rilrcns very
large, ll may be safely concluded, there
fore, that Ihe rebel armr lost, at least
20,000 of their best troops. From the
time our troop first encountered the
enemy in Maryland until he wa driven
back in Virginia, we. captured thirteen
guns, seven caissons and nine limber,
two field forges, two caisson bodies, three
colors, and one signal Hag.
We have not lost a single gun or a
color on tlm batlle-field of Anlietam
14,000 small arm w ere collected, beside
the large number carried o(T by citizen
nnd those distributed on the ground to
recruits and other unarmed men.
After the battle of South Mount a! ii no
collection of small arms was made, ow
inrt ta ilia haste of the pursuit from that
point. Four hundred were taken from
Ihe opposite side of the Potomac.
(Signed.) ( i FA). 11. McCLF.LLAN,
- - -
The Battle of Iuta.
tieneral draiil has issued the follow
ing congratulatory order:
Ili'Pins Disc, op Wns-r Ti:nnkssfe.J
Coras rn, Miss., Sept. 20, lSd2.
a neral Order Xo 1.
The General commanding takes pleas
ure in congratulating Ihe two wings of
the army, commanded respectively by
Maj. Gen. Ord and Maj. Gen. Posecrau,
upon the eueigy; alacrity, and bravery
displayed by them on the l'.Hh and 20!h
inst., in their movement against the ene
my at Iuka.
Although the enemy was in numbers
reputed lar greater than their own, noth
ing was evinced by the troops but a
burning desire to meet him, whatever hi
numbers, and however strong his posi
tion. With such a disposition as was mani
fested by Ihe troops on (his occasion,
their commanders need never fcaf defeat
against anything but overwhelming num
bers. While il was Ihe fortune of the com
mand of Gen. Posecrans, on the evening
of the 10th inst., tn engage the enemy in
a most spirited fight for more than two
hours, driving him, with ereat loss from
his position, and winning for themselves
fresh laurels, the command of (ien. Ord
is entitled to equal credit for their effort
in trying to reach Ihe enemy, and in di
verting his attention.
And, while congratulating Ihe noble
living, it is meet to oiler our condolence
to Ihe friends of Ihe heroic dead, w ho
olfered their lives a sacrifice in defence
ol constitutional liberty, anil in lueir
fall rendered memorable the field of
Ity command of Miij. Gen.
U. S. GRANT.
Jno. A. I.'awi.inos, Ass't. Adj't. Gen
liikllnu f IVace
have.a very strong conviction (hat
Ihe Confederate leaders will not allow
tlie IM of January to approach without
very earnest efforts, though they may be
underhand, to stop the desolating civil
w ar which they so recklessly inaugurat
ed under Ihe gravest misconception of tho
military resources and tenant y of pur
pose of the loyal States. Hangman
Foote's recent propohition iu Ihe rebel
Congress of an embassy lo Washington
w ill probably be overruled, but the ellorl
which it contemplates will nevertheless
be made. The resources of the rebels,
consisting mainly of boundless issue of
paper promises backed by no system of
taxation, are not easily exhausted ; but
they have no clothing for a winter cam
paign, having exhausted that which they
midgut on credit ol our ..Northern mer
chant in 1 Hi'.!), and swindled them out
of the pay for, and their British friends
have learned by sd experience that
smuggling valuable cargoes into block
aded ports at a heavy risk, only lo sell
them to people who can t pay lor them
is extra hazardous. In short, the rebel
lion don I pay. and it ill have lo lie giv
There must, then, be an accommoda
lion, and, that fact established, it seems
lous very easy to settle the terms. The
obvious basis of an adjustment is Mr
Uiiiitihttion of lie L'niteit Slates init'u-ut note.
or comment. That is, at the ?ery lowest
estimate, a treaty; but call it compart
alliance, or what you will, itisavalic
and binding contract. Our fathers made
it freely ami heartily, and it cannot de
their mm to realiirm and abide by
1 '., lr .....i .... .... ' '
ii. If we repinl ate that, what assur
ance can be given or (rusted that any
new Knaa wat.14 bv live. I ii, iu f
Whenever Ihe rebel really desire peace
as we think Ihey very soon w ill if (hey
do not already they have but lo notify
the Government thai they are ready to
return lo loyalty, aud lo that end have
abrogated all ordinances, n-ls, and oaths
of allegiance inconsistent therewith.
Presideut Lincoln would thereupon feel
warrauled, we doubt not, in issuing a
proclamation of amnesty, inviting the
Slates lately in rebellion to elect mem
bers of Congress as if no rebellion had
existed. The rebels would need no fur
ther assurauce of immunity; Ihe ir friend
of Ihe Vallandighaui persuasion would
guaranlea them a practical ascendency
in the House, if not iu the Senate; also,
and thus shield them from all aeriona
harm. And, if Ihey should choose lo
hare a Convention In revise ike Fede
ral Constitution, we have no doubt
Ibal this would be easy i,f attainment,
though we should prefer tn have no slip
illations ou the Subject. Thi y lui;;ht
hayj had onu vvilluuil objection. iu Xbtll;
Iqer can have one Hill,,,, it stipulation in
p;i;:i. Put the trui) and sulllcieiit bast
ot immediate peace i "The Consiilulio
as il is." Man can devis, m, beller.
Ace- ,.- 'ft dime.
I.iki: Superior copper production ha
now reached lo au amount more titan hall
a great a Ihe Cornwall mine of Fog
land. The average production of ibe
latt. r is about I.'MhiO ion, thud of Lake
Superior lor Foil is 7, -I'd) Ion The in
i i,-as lr..in l-u'.n i 2 ism tons
Wr copy the following tiarsgrsph
from the Louisville Journal of ihe 11
P.RF.fMNtinsir-!, Akmv. The latest
newspaper advices from the Southwest
are to Ihe rll'ecl that Brrkinridc hn re
moved hi command front Ihe vicinilf of
Moby Spnng snd Hernando. Ther left
on the cr in the direction of Jackon.
Mis., snd H is supposed that hi dsti-
nation is Itienra, on Ihe Mobile and Ohio
l.ailroad. He appear to have been
afraid to cross from By halia lo F.icnra,
lest tirani wno is on the alert, should
come across snd whip him. So he ha
got into Ihe car and is now going lo re-
niiorce 1 nc over the liailrcad. Il is
surmised that Ihe would-be 1'rcsidenl is
in no hurry (o got up with Price, who
w ill prolialiiy lead Lull into More lights
lhau ho viola ta en
PiUSONTn TO AtlRIVR. -Theremin II.. I
Ihe Third Georgia Cavalry Uegimeni.
Col. Crawford, had been failtlirft.l ...
Monday in a skirmish with tho 1 cderal
troops near Llixaliethtown, has b?en con-
firmed. Il is not true, however, that the
prisoners, have been paroled, a they w ill
arrive in this city to-day.
In a brief notice of General Jefferson
Davis, the Indiana Slate Seniin.l
falls into an errorin asserting dial young
Davi received his education at West
Point. Captain T. W. Gibson, of this
city, with w hom Mr. Davi served a a
private in-Mexico, procured his appoint
ment to a cadetship at West Poinl, but
tlie appointment wa subsequently with-
uraw u, ami ne was appointed to a second
lieutenancy in the regular army wiib-
out graduating at the military school
ue served wun uislinc ion urn er ( . n.
eral Anderson at Fort Sumpter, and won
in elevation to a riigsUier-Generalshin
al Pea F.idge.
Allnlra HI llnuvlll.
A gentleman arrived in thin eitr
ter.hy liom U.u:i ill,., un, liriniralnteiliaenc-
IS Ills M MoiiiIhv pvellitlir. llnnaralh' H
IJ.ieuner li.t.l aniv',1 hi Htnvill- wltlilu.
onimiinl, coil-in,,.,; .full nil ih,,. th.ua-
mail men, an.l It t,l tecuLieJ Genet a! 11 iyl,- a
re. el-'lien l(. hi baa.in :t r t , i-i
I'tie r, h -U m - .'7m , i.i ual.' nr.ii. ii, ,,i
ll ilc-c -!iii..ii. IHninina: to Fui.ni m-n.
suit tm v.- 1 1. n-eoi'lii"iie,l inmv h.iraes I..,-..
qilHtill iea in (irii,,, R.,,,1 i.rnvlaioiia nl all
liimK Mr. lill. ol M.ieer county. w
robbed nl louro-eii leimlretl bnetiels of trrititi.
All Hi-cl.itrc'.. , ili, Ileal an, I Hunili Ay
him, sn.lj'i iiiimtmr i, I private teaiilenc. in
1'itivl l- lime rrt M'ttl t.g hiHii( tmr
posea. The r 'niib tic ol n,.. j'. j Brviklii'
riile tun Huts been Hpnronristed Thev re
quire Mcrnimii,i,!nti()iis lor ntmtii ilir-.. i'n..,i.
Tlie i--hd aie eiirfiiur-fl in tot illwlntr lb.,
Initio-' over K'tiiuckv river, near Cmim
lin k Kiliinaon, it.nl tumon iee iheir it, let
mination in ih,K.. ,1,'i.n-r ua aland il.-...
G.-n. Imekner ihreiileriril tn hva tin r dAA
frieinl Captain VanAnl-d il, of lUrrnrlslnirg,
-hoi, a lew il iv.. sir., tor rh ciilnti n ir cople
ol the Luili,. ,l,i,i, n-i in iltat nnrlion nl
HivniiiN s Movr mi.m-9. The M-mnliU hut.
I'tili ol thi 'JClh has ro ne llilioitof 111 rebel
tlintlioari a iii ivi'tii"uis. hour week ago h -hod
hie li-(u, .tt ti-ta nlmu' 2."i milea nnrlli
west ot l.iille Uork. with a forre alre-i4.li
Collected, coilaiasinir ul if.o eleven res!
m"ou. fitiiiih i t'tg perli-tpi u ve or mv hu i
lr -d in -n. Not), ol iln c mqisni'-s etc-p-iW'.i
ivete full, while -'m hul a It a -.V
m l "0 eich. The Kb t! loree win hi up ,
with -ho'irtiiiH anil ,.ld i lie-, Hiii'l-irni iv t
iryinu Imid in g t up ,in .iruiv . nut a
meeiiii: with Inn I II.' J HP'tv-n. . hm Uit.l
a (pntr.'l iih olit llolmee, binl thiM w,nil,
neiii to lend piol'iiliiltty lo the rumor iu ill,.
GretinU Appeal ol ib,.- .'.'nil, lo tlni erlWi
l linl In' hail h 'en arnslid lor ,li.ut)i-,li,-ii, -ol
ot lici t. The lltllleliu reirrils Ii a ivruiit
hM iln t , ii i ol his sir,ni-hin S.I. inp
Held, M i s ttl -in W -, lift in trh'Cii the
Conlt ileral"- ll i ve !iit -nvoreil to iretin1 h
1 1 iitil uitut retftmenia nr- mtile up ol e.-u
sciiil, m il ttiatiy ot llieto are ivp-itleil
li'Set'iinx every ojiporuiiilly th -y gt. ,t
this way lie liaa liecu fur ..ml - lint" loll ol j,.
Ilia en n ia in tais. an my
The Loui'Ville, l.'niivrt ol trtt- HUih nf
Sepleniher ray ;
We leal iter) I il evening 1 1 . r Ti s a-eutlemaii
sIjii ha,) jusliniiv.il In. in Micnlle roiiniy.
thai th' uoi-'t ioiii. thiel ami iitsrui.l i
(Jhnt) I-', -utii-nii, b l,e'n gnu cm o the
,-Miine l- n ilsya iiy.i Caiililll Morilaoti. I,n
tip. i ly ol Wollor.ra Crtv alty. Hi 0l" Ii ,1 (d a
c iiiqi m v o 1 1, tine ( ,iar,-, bun i - I up Chatiip
1 ,-r j ue-ut ami li tniel. un l, ail r s In i-k
kUii ini-ii, Cltanii nud eitlei-n ol his html
were kilh-J. The lim ol ibe ll.oti' Uimda
ne diil Dot learn.
This l' rgiloa bat been the aeoiiru ul
I'liiKOD, bia OWU t;'lllltiy, Hlea'.itlir nil b'
eotilit biy his hmula on, and I lllitijj delft. a
. ..Id tnnu, a..mrii ami children; aitiu
nolllilii' lowalile w tll.'li he eiil.-rl -ii ne.l Sapile.
Km It' is out ol the hay. an. I Clinton conn
iy insy hope lor a little pnes.
Death of John Forsyth, Late Minister
The I.oiittvilU cori espoudi nl of the
(lazette tints notice Ihe death of John
FoilSVTll, the editor of the Mobile ( Vl
" Pursuit was lusde by Ihe riny iu
two rolnmns oiih under lien. Tli'imas.
moved by ihe Glasgow and Pardlon
road, and is slill ou it sotilli of Brsgr ;
Buell, with the rest, moved up toward
I li;hc Ihluwn, and followed tb f tirwy
closely. Colonel Ld. McCooL led tl,
advance, and kiruiihed with the enemy
Hires lav, when the rrbrl dippeared
iu the direction ol Bardstown, and en
tered the jurisdiction of General TLolua.
Who is l!ppnei to lie (lltvitlg hllll tins
Hay. Col, unl McCook rrporl bavin,;
taken six or aevrii huudird pri, liter,
killed S ('olotiel, Lieutenant Colonel, two
Majors and one Captain, beside thirty
two privates. The Colonel killed w
Forsyth, who nrd to edit the Mobile
Kegisler, and whu was tdiief of Brsgj'
stall-. The Lieiile nsnl-C'olonel was an
Alabaiiiian, named Blown, in couiiiiand
of Ihe rear guard. The Majot were
lall-ol!iivrJ one i f them nauird Wick
on Harder' stall'. The slirmiahin j of
('oloii. I M.-Cool repieae(itet by olli-
s who have arrived to Lave been voiy
ant and skillful'