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??*? XXII.N?* 6,785. NEW-YORR? THURSDAY, JANUARY 1. 1863. PRICE THREE CENTS.
?PORTAIT FROM TENNESSEE.
?HE ADVANCE OF ROSECRANS'S ARMY.
THE PBEPAB1TI0XS FOR 1 GREAT BATTLE.
THE BALL OPENED.
The Enemy Driven Back Eight Miles.
BABP FIGHT KEAB NOLIH?VILLE.
, GALLANT ilIARGE BY THE 101st ODIO.
I
lor Army Swooping the Boads to
Murfreesboro.
?HGiGEMENT WITH 1HE REBEL nARDEB.
IPr?Cii'. r.?P?trb tr The N Y Trihuo??.
WciiueiUay I'f ? It, 1 I I
C.#n. Crittenden r^pott* ibf ene'! J drawn np io
hue o' battle on UM M t e; le of BlOM'l !t?ver.
menacing (?en. KBOOMans. lie ii ordered to form
ia line of buttle, two divisions iu front, on? in re
??rve tad covering kit thinks, and Hen?. Hagley and
Itotseau to dOM t] Gen. M? Cook also roporti his
<? raii-ind on Wilkroaoa't Creek, eeveu n.ilea from
Mtifandhyo* The oaotty it ia lint of battle ou
Stone'? River, frotj Marfreeeboro' to Franklin piko.
A (:u>ilar dlrpoeitoa of bil forres is ordered an on
C?en. Cr?fcnden'? line It now appeau that a
ttie..: ! tttk a .H be fot ;ht{oa Stone a Hirer to?LBOr<
row, in front of Ifat?eetboro'.
BtAWi ikiki' Foi ..i>srn >!,?> Coate. )
l ' ? Mi!< '.i . . .' la) ,.'.:>' >
In Um I - d, M i.J?>, De? W, i (1 >
QoB. BttttlMH ? anny BtOVOd ou tin i . i : I
i!f'. lieu. Tuoaiaie gr..ud divbBOB on the ?
Gea. McCookt ia the ci ti t the Nolinarin* pike,
mid (.?en. Crittenden 0:1 ino left on the Mi.ifr*r.
Iri?.' v.ke.
QtO. XcCooh had -tiR'p t.k;m,:?hin^. Ide li l?t
Ohio, of Carlin b I!:';::..' Ct] I 'red tot y;v\ an ! <??':?
pon iiom a Georgia battery. Our lost wt ! killed
t.ud 9 woaoded. Tbt troop? babavad tpltodicU/.
H i re uni tbt aught ikiramhiag OJ the left.
Dot. S the ur:.._v paebed on v%.;h tbtxp ekirmiih
laf OB the right and left. < nit.-.i?en lau U kdled.
23 wounded, and ? prlataaw. Thev killed and
w< n !< .1 tom? Lb ' < Y ea| tan ?! 96 Altham cavalry
aad eaptarod the bridget ea Btewait'i Creek ia gah
bm; >-t\le. UcCook i'r.\e Haidee from Triflae,
which Hai dtJt ?real Brom Mtifnuthore*. Tbt
voatborwai ... aigaed. Croat.
II D ?a DM vej to lae
een ?r, loaring SteCowi on Ifce right.
On s .. . . , Gea. Boaecraat de*
alining; . i'.jfct da/. The array nat la a?
tioo at daylight ou Deeotabei 29. C'a. Jeff. C.
Davi n V! op n Murfreeobwv'ia advowee eatha
B| '. toread m?ei north o?
li.ai.i I ? _. '- ..u I li attet in Ji\.- :
f ? or, Crittea 1'd'a
taracee) the loft, ojovinfl down Marfreetboro'and
i i Pikt , Wo d'i ?ad Vaaclere'i d
of i!e i I jii.'l !'?:?
wb;lt Palaaer't diviatoa wa? ja r.?? j \->-. A 1 ^;tle pa
Lfttewart'i C er? was uttitijntted, imt ttarpliaga
duel betweea 1 traoat 11 ;'.. L artillery
ead a Babel battery, at 9 ?> \x\ a. ra., to the right
of MaYftatahofO I'ik?. eioaalag the creek, theie 'a as
OB engagea.! ut. Irom 10 to 1 ..II wai qajet, OBI
anny crowing Btewart'i Creak froiu right to loft
ttithoutoppoaiti a. At ! w. trotowi bhtCauleaof
Mu'frethtoro'on the dire ? , lill path
ini? ou in tplendid htvle. McCooh, with Daria'a,
Bhtridun'i, and .Ijhtiiia'e diviaioat on the right,
Tboma?.wi-.!) N'c'<y' tadftontteaa L diTiti lOtiatbt
aaur, Critteadea, akhWood'a tod Vdaelere't di
rirouH In frojt, and l'aimer iu reten? oa tlie lei:.
At 1 o'clooh it \sua ia*ivt!uiie we ware tot atabatalj
atitied at gtcwatt'e dee... At :.' we are ?iiir;; ,.t
Bg i? hrfttie, wah rij:;.o i! abfoi u (.eutr*l engug.'
Briit at Murfreeehoro'. Now and laen Utera ia a
winou ?hot and a littlt lairroiaaiog with cartlrj
f?potta.
Ueu. Kotecrr.ni f%y? }>.t> hi-arVjaarter? will le
atti'ilhed nour Murfreefbr-ro tine tVMjiir-. Hu i?
aw ti S'.fcwar''D Croak, lea rilen Croat Maiftaat*
kro', tad all but t!;<- rc-'erven me far acroiv
le creek. The grund battle, if tay, will be on
eWe*a Bhrer, at Marfreeaboro'. Toe day ia u.ag
oacent. Ad afternoon engage.neat will be iu oin
k?or. There ia sooio akiitu.?1 ?i t;. nud ih^ whtd
Itw?tf "i the i*'''1? of the enemy. T.Vo have no
a/ii.ilu-a yet, .Should the 'in n^ evacuate Mcr
keaboro' wc nb^.11 paraaa raj idly, aatieipatiag a
pul? t.c-?r Sbelbyville.
?
fktr llf?ll Op*?id-1 he ?ejaOBf Purlin!
Hark flight tillea alawow r.'tiit awar
fX..lin??ilie -Mfinei? Knjhi ?.un alai dei
?n the KaUaawiftlo Itoail.
, ti, V.m A??>".i?l?" Plat?
CutcuoiATi Weaaatiay. Pea. 31, li ?.
'on
i un iv.v.ui \\ i-?L'-tA-s. waa. si, u /.
I Tho tuitowlag bl a apocial awpatch io 'lut Cm,
'Xttrctal:
* Nkah Mr'.FKrE-H?'Uu Ter.n. T'.t?d?> De? I,]
The itt'i Army C</rj)? taade a ajoatral advaaee
yeaierd?y, und jitished the Kabelt back leven or
?i^h- ii,:iuB. Colttna*! brigada "f (?en. McCook'a
aarai had a n'.arp brotb vm?. tat onoaij j.rt boyoad
Kolinaville. CaaBoaadiag look jan i>r an hour,
the eu? ni y waotiag eontiiderable anununitioa, <)ur
lro.ps aaoarvod t ). _ i r f ii o uu;?l, tdvaat ?kk hiinkly, by
? (?? Kteroat oatnoaatat tat J*'Jut Ohio eoptarod oat
i/iiii bi.'i i? eaiajoa. V?\- ' * killed iin<l three
aroaadodi
A gi uer.?l eagagatteat ia baawlaaat. Our amy ki
?WOO] Bg down all the toada to M?rir, m -boro .
Heavy tiling i? now board on the NoUaovillo road,
wheie MaCoat ii aagagiag the Bobo] Hurdee. The
weather ii duaip and the groimd veiy heavy.
THK WAS I* lill NO1 Tit WEBT,
??
The I m lion? ef ?'?< Rtbtln to ?.uni f.o.i
li ron ii i' ?? 'I lu luiiiiiuil to t'ttt ?HT #.:<!!.
t<! rant?lia Nuiiim-TU? Caplurr o.'
ilolly Apringa.
? ?iTfiyo'KJrjte ot Ti.? N. i. Maaaa.
C?iao, Doo. 95, 1862,
laporUiDt tventa have taken phic? in tait Di ?, .-.'?
nent arfabJa the lett weak, aud at the preeut ino
ice it wt aie unable to aay what the lmal rOtartl
ruay be. A concerted and powerful u.ovemeut baa
bten i ade ty the Kel? lo to rogaia the groaad I al
by OrAn'.'i afVaVMI int j Mi.-?-!: -ip; I, and I hut far
they lu.ve b.en aaaaajbaMy ?Boaotaftal. Inable to
rive Grtiit fair, open lat'le, they have doue the
aaxt i-ett omihla tiling, which wai to ninke u raid
in bin re ti Bad cut off hi? mppli'a bf destroying
ti e Mobi o aud Ohio Kailroad. The detenmnatio!?
Bud deipi ran?... of the Kc-bela ii fairly Mt forth hy
'JHe Va'.t'vrg Wkxf, which aayr "We cannot
aford'm..? uudertl.ereteutadvantageOraatgained
*n>i bj, We muit have a iwift and eil'ectual com?
Bena?*?*), with an eui/rmont loin? ti We mmt re-1
THE SITUATION IN KENNTUCKY AND TENNESSEE.
??' __l._
Tlie ttrt/ft m?p fiivfi ile loHflwi cf th'' | rll 11| li
1'luce? i*.w in the j>nM.<- Miad ':? Ktu;
Tennr-Mee. Al we *W.*<\ ia ?Mail vi-Hi-nUy the
? f ii i iii bel m ' Di '? B fere? *m pwd
mlyeilaae Ure- ia lb? ntl* ? nte. O b. Bote
HIM With It DOWeffa] UsJofl ui..iv ffll titree dr ?
? ??o ni NitfUv ill??, HrHf.'^ vvm. b?M? liitj 1.11 UM fn'i'.h
- r ' _Baa
<n<! nnH l'hv:ni'I ii v-.(h'!'.'".:irt<,ri ?t MorfreaBB*** .
h t' i\ n MU cn i Bl ne] Lut f'tu?t??d 39 MJlrn roi.th
' '? hi !te "n the munn.?, nundsg h Steven
>??' ,\'i. Wr ha<i MWI MM Bifbt tl.u: (?Aterran*
bad i!'!-.?ri lae licbi!? bat k. ead would j roaablj fix
- K Hr.Year'l (i^ui'^iar't n? .n Marfrm boro',
ben bad bean mbm -\ ra eg bal uo ?*?
?.: ..h? iiiflitnifc'. Ou ?Lo weil <<i Ike Maa th<
r'iiuVr >n " Mi tka .ret?o of the K*L<>1 C?e:i.
Forreet'i limy hi at Ddttatty JaaVena, DaJoa
C-y, A'., fcc. Faitaai laad. ii Qfaad Janettoa
ead Ball? Baffaea, the I?*-. ? a, l;.i**ly, of Van
Di m'r Bcbal forte, bal aoej bath ia Daloa baada
Tu< guurili, afargtt waa r-'<-?ri?Iy at Kli/abuL
town, <?n ti* :.i la ..'1 ti m K tab rille u ??oakville,
bal i ' hai ieM eaMweid
? <i\rr cr inrnl bk nat al Mt |0M it. or oin >
ai li be tbrowa lato eaafnsioa. n
i beal ii ii!'' rial whet 1er w?
the development of each BOW rvvrm'-tt of
If way H n v*.' bare
. i whet er *?? b ? ogl I ? -? or ?.?
? : ? : i ' ,i?-. r wa i i Sei \ TV
lout mu? be refaraed, tho.igh it b? u tb? <?.?.t al
? thuii*ati<le und tbooeaada of liveo." Ibu ?? lae
Mtiriltaatanitnatn t!.e liebele, I li racteata
tooee of men deapeTatal* in earneat. Men thoo en?
? argie*) m >t be na ; in the eanc ?pint pr lae . * na
of ib? K?i>abHe ii Y *t.
Iba rooveoaeiil to oat off Grant baa baan wlooly
? ii ii- : ah fe ?? .' '.m.'i there inn be t.o
<i. .bt inn ibal Jeff. l>? ? i- >, i ? li I m I
iii. with :t. Wilbia th?" l?*t tero ?
hur leen ii, 'J. ? ? . '. rta and MiMitwippi.
aad hie pre? e baa I daood sea life Into the wan
leg ? nn?< ia toa Week (boom ? rrardtbe
. w .- din Tenta - ?? i rabal I ? al
Hwfre> ?boro1, ?ti ib? ferai h?N'iii? iindnnMadly ' i be
I a part ol Hragg? bray. At ali < reuU we know
al I I | : ? ? li'.'. ? r at Cl?fio ,,
? i -? ' .'???.' ?!, aad ibal having i
?X1 rule* to Learngt? n, they raaaaiae i taara two or
taree dava, ni! eoruruai ii ation t Mid t i Mtabuebi ii
wttb Vaa itoru, who, with ?) i airy, an J
a i vi.i.. i tri .'?? j. bad
nan bed iato Utan nh*we*tarn corner of A anuna,
a? waa rai orlad, to j< in Braaj at eon*
ilie, b?t reallj arti* lb. intenli o ?d making a
ilaib i.n lae railroad ia ?>riu.t ? rear, hi ?! calling ? B
?a t c. -?ro'Hi ' hie mp >(iee. The ?? ; M i ru red
ai i iiitoa wai eooipoeed <>i 6,000 ?..'. ? ry. iiadei
(Jen. Format, lapporfed by infantry and a battery,
under Cheal! i ?? 'J'-ii pn en >? Bear Jerkaoo
worked adatirabl? for toa Rebel raoee, it waaaap*
pooed tkey intenaed to hi;?, k ?laaaaoa, and r?#a*
foreenseuti w,ie Mat it to Uo !y Barina? hut
l'huraday aifb*. and irwardea on r'riday I
mornii / leaving tiny al oat t ? lo gnard ii ?? ; I tee :
K. -?i ! .i aanti ti wara aJao fei t down frooj Colara* j
boa. and iron tba ?talion? along the road. Nearly
eli tue troopi atti g tba line ol the Mobile and Oh? .
Kailroad, !ro::i Colamba? i" Rolly Snriaga, wara
that rnddenly com ? itratad al .I*1 looa.
fin I an iay Mornin( art? .nanee wai ren ?
it front Jaci on, ander CoL I.'. (J. logeroo? ai lae
ii- Cavalry, 'be r'or<e oonewting of mi!
ov ?. ? pifian i.!, pan ol li e &tli < M io < 'avalry, part o?
tba ?hi ieooeeae? Cavalry, CoL UawkiW, and two
t/uoK fioai it.' 14th l!..liu!ia Artillery, ? tooiaaded
I y l.i. :;. M< i luira. At daybreak on !'..?! \ moto?
in| thi ) etta? . ?! in B bl la al Le: io
boon' ekirt'iiah aneued, in which C< . ?: er?
Boll'i oom mi i ? eonetdei bly woratod Uua>
.??:t, t-.x o: bin officer?, and l-l roan wen tak'-n
I ri-.-ii.m; ?even aren killed, tan wounded, and lb? j
two plana ol art ill y captnred. K.-ireet then
marchi I toward th railroad and Mroek it at Carroll
Stat km, nine Mile? north pt Joekeen, and from that '
jicii.t be rnarcbad op the railroad,takiag atatioa
after ?talion, ii.ii 1 bonuna bridge?, eolvarti aad
trnotlework. At'..iii atatioa ? nwaoldien wen
rtaitoned. At et..ne they attani.ted neMtanao,at
other? t!.<\v inrnndend, aad from bom loayaed.
W. b they h ? bed llun.hol ?t they nal in a ttn>? ni
trace and deinaadad the rarmndaraf Iba town.
The Itieatanaat in eouaMbd n , had thal bn waald
I fight ibonfirai. I ?na aarry f nannirt gi Te Me bomqi !
i.ut wail? the parler waa loaaajaa be pal all tbe !
Govornaasat voloable? into ti.o btutiou bou-e, I
lal (bt io it .uni fled; tho a>bala, bow
avor, got 30 | riconeri. At Trinlon, Col. VrvA
iu rooMMud, at'ciiijtfd nabjtaarai Ha pdeii
leoloa round tin- ttaikMvhaaaa for braaatworkel
and got li? BMO bi-liind IbeoL Ha ba<l thic? piereB
cf uriilleiy. Wbeti tbe rebel? were ueur ?'Dough he
( I OBod on tbfMii, ard ti ey i, t .merl the |t| w i'b eix
|i f i ..; ?irliile y. Al'er the rebel? bad lii'ed aOBN
thirty abata, Coi Fry eanendered, Oaa nobel wal
I.ib I aad nea wonnue1. Tbaf then art trato tba
atatioa aoaoBaad cotton. r.mi um whole w,-.- ??.
1 roninmod? At en< h ?tation v. bj raon or lms aattau,
I all of wal h a i" ourned. Kour lotton buyei? were
nqptarod al 'J renton, ..rid ion. other? OBCaaad and
eau:-: Uuoajjb to Coi um b a? "ii foo?. Tba retal? are
[varraovan ou cotton bayer?, und it- they ercape
with theil l.v ? they may thank theil lacey ?tar?.
Ipruoueraeny thai then w*.? fkii?uiab?nif aOday
Saturday la Farn t'?> nur, and at tin i <? ba atataad
jhoUypneaad, It i? eiipjioied he wan followed hy
tbaoavalryforal that hnd enaped at Ijasiagtoa.'
Hiinduy, when tn-ar I'niou n'y, all the pratOaOfl
won parolad aad alowod toc?me to Coloanbaa, the
lakalaaayiac thay wara ff/img io retreat oeroai the ?
Taaaaaaaaj bat tai? mm ?. wrtd, mt they ntnrnad
Mondiiy "light iiT'd turned the bridfOOVOT ItigAibioit
rivaraadtha Unloa oity. ?ente.iiity ibayhadap*!
i roarhea lo w.iliiu it few mii?>? of Columba?, und
lit?', night un i.iiio k ou thai placo wi... h<>;n l_\ >?:? ? ;
(??'ted. Tba Mooni tsere orawn up in line of battle, .
re-enforcemetifK were ?eui from ht. 1-oui? and from
Cairo, and everv effort wat, be.ng mail?) to repul??
them. 1 may be able to ?tate reauite botor? eloaing
ti? letter. Ceo. Dnviee ii in corapiand at Colon.
; ('?< r. 'I ,:>;?#. ?.., ? | down Tua?lay It render
bim an] nihitpawor. (lea. Tattle it at
excel I bart tall ooaMcBOe thoa be
BJ at bit ( on.aiaud to the very
?
Van Don beraa aodoah? ar tni*?-! <,f the weak
I al llvOy s? riaga, aajaohod
- tarda] aicraiag, aad coin
??r? i.?<>; the ganiam. The Bret thinn our
.?.???/ ht v?,.f m 'i ?ir r. i?l?t, howaag ?ad
ttemptad rtartatanoo, aad
at - i ? loa ? ball Baked.eprang it lae
i . i, ? Itttog i| uri lo it,
i ' bark al a Gilphi rat? for dear Lia. Aboai
IAO . i . tra lad Oitbtl ki!l?d or
- mat wera takea prieoaera,
rward ? iruk I. Tbt Bebeai men teta.
ia. They * ! Cr.- li, the
ot filled with on I tary floree. Iba
? ? boa] :;..l ?t rat were ?lei
and to a li?.--. >' ?. wbemtba ama mitton awi
? I. They alto atetroyod tbt reJlw r toward
i, and, rapei ' at] ?. 1,000 balee oi
1 ' ? r, h fJaioa : m ?? mi. Ihi dire
t i of O li at Ha taaoaiaaot, atal Vaa Don
left ina.. ': It ?a* bardi* Worth while
bower? I k tat W?hle door, at tap bono had
bead been ; 'len.
0 of Hi.' i - Bel "1 ? iralrj
i i- einmdeof '.he corporation Urorti of Mempeia,
look dowa a Union flag that Boated mar the fa.r
??i i ii ;:, ? ,.'> leratt rag -\> in ilt plane.
i I ig iii tin j | it'.,,!. Il' y nieo
> el] ? .i ibetna Irei to the contaatt of atrertl ?*< r.-i>.
?i...i wau podad about 100 i ? ad oil beef entile mid I*1
lui malet da' weie in tara of the 118th UUuoU.
? t. mulet ead eattlohareheaa ral
?'About V) of thotedetptradootttayed ail night m
"? ii tit irith their lewd CofoaM acqoaiatanoat.
Maiaphia li maci aiiilad at tin? aman ioat ? ? > :
lag, aad a meeting wai called oa Mom lay night to
? wayi and woaai of defeaea.
l... ia enforcing thecoeecript law rigidly. Bad
?any who are williag to join lim. ile ?r
received with Kraal rejoicing hy nearly all the
eUiaaaa, tad ali ure ready le give nay u.for
i.iation ii,at will be of tam IPI to him. ('< ,ri,.
Wi'.l. e.-dr, reeking ii, foam, Bath ?BIO i it im?U|i to
wara bim of d agei or pilot bim to taw at, There
la no aaa ia denying the real leirthatett <>i rVeol
reaaeeaaa. (?Very maa who ir Ufflam ti btart bl
already iu the Unala army; ti., .r laut Hay al Louie
ure Bahebi, at hutt la lympathy. l. w. n.
FHO.TI t tlltO Uli Hi:I ?tV.
A Clent Aiiuuul al Laat.
From (lui Sf-e BJ ? <ji.' ?! I ? de..t
C?iao, Doo. 99, I8m\
At baa I nui able to pi ve you a correct tOOOWBt of
the roeaal oenbreak ou iho Ohio aad! Mobile Bail* I
load between Colaatbaj ?nd Hd'y ?pringr, ai weil
M the object, which will be been was two fold.
Jaoktoa ii a well for,?tied place, loniumi miga I
maret, wai toi a long time the headquarter* of (len. !
ti. ti- It ia aiiout M mimt from Colunihua.
I... a, the i (>>ii ty leul of (iihiou (,'oui.ty, an old |
phv i bl IO milei tooth of Colona1 um, ?h) n ..,-? uorth
?>t Jackton, aud M a... ? (rou, Biefcmaa, on the i
Miataaapti. It li ..:?..??' I. . r fn i Jai keon ti) ?
Il?ll> ?pring?.
Our i.. i:.> had bata Bl BeejBMtBl el Holly Spring!
about u mooth, but al the time ot the uttnk on ii
coi.'allied but tew troop? It i* tnought that it wa? i
careh mly guaided, ?nuanna h u? the pickata were
placed three tuileh out from the town, und or.)/ in
?hu roudv-l ?'ice the tBaBIJ. tnttlllg lief Ott the;
roadt, mad entering the Iowa hy dawn, lound ino?t ,
of the midien tala Op and uu eut-y j roy It i? indti- j
rtood thal about 1380,006 worth of gotta und ?turee,
-OOatlj ilothitig, were BeatlWJod or taken away, and
a hrge amount of cotton burne.!, iay to the vah.e ol'
?1,000,000, bni aoraapl baa, for it is a fact thut'here
ii a great deal of cotton in tbt lieldi not yet ]?i( ked.
owing to the unsettled covdili? li of the country, ?uni !
particularly to a protracted abainee of tooee who
once were clave?.
BoiTOOt, who roini, unded thin cavalry raid, rros-ed
Iht lenneirre r.t < liito.i, which :? abott M ajilen
due oai-t of JaoaaOB, He had a force < I ?bout 6,000 ?
cavalry and eigjit guns. Grata waiadviiwd oi '!,.
move "by telepium Irotn Botaaraaja. and he guve
notice of it to all commande? on the Mobile and
Ohio Kailiotd, co that nobody waa tarpriltd, and
ample lime nun had to dlfbail the road.
(?in. Sullivan, commanding at Jackson und the
diatnet, lendi lo tbe commander? at Trenton ni d
Humboldt forth?! to dilpltrh til Heir available
fottM to Jaekat/ii, lea vii j: wily the tick utd eonval?
??eren!. .' ir the ?!ef?iii?e ol lh??e \ ! ?re*. Tin* wa? 01
the lota, aad al bom tbaa Farraet roocaad Lotioo*
ton, ou bin way to JaakeoB, wbaa lie wai? met in
, ,??;?? l, rom thi? plaoe, with parti of the Mtfi
Uli..??.a .-.?.'i Ohio Cavalry, ah? tba '?id '1 ' 0000001
Cava'rv from 1 renton; toial no' ia.* DOM I.?!**', v>r!
*
An MUjaffeOMni of n ?hort, L?it ?evtre nature, took
:'. . gtoa, whlek na altad in toa looa ol
. - M ' .." part ?'ad a few prlooaoro, tbo re?t o
, onr fore? i pi I iretaa la.(?? k?. a, except ?i few of the
M Ti .ie?eer, wl,i. h (.??:;.A ia woy hil. k IO Tret ton.
Fanaat laoin eurvad on Joekeoa. Foot milea from
i tbJl plan he wa? met by the ?d?t Bad 43d Illieoi?,
| when, aflcr a ibort li 'hi, the i tvalry wau Ml '.lied,
la I b, retraatiaff? Bttra, oponod with their arti!?
.. a boo our inapa ntraatod Bgaia to Jaekaon.
I* neit tin i. ti mad BOtth, and BM if li l li upon Tren?
ton.
TaJop? -I wm commanded bj C? I. Jacob F rv o'
ua filo [Ilia i^. Ile ha?), drtnog ti? oecopanoy,
-? ctad t .r.-rnte riflo all? aroiaaif tbo town on
oooMBBaobag looitiaao, aad with h loree of ? waa*
rand Bara aad a low ptocoa of ortiilerv, would La'.e
boee ibis ( Btpbjtaiy lo doted tbo phi ii batovary*
?OB MM )'';n? ?Jtieii; gb OBI SOO men from
divan r?|*iaMata, many of them ?irk, b?d Leen with
Idrawa aad wbaa Fanaat cam?- oa Saturday lAor*
; ni OB al (nit ii O'clock, bo coilhl BMjke bit ? BOOT
; lefanee. Col. Fry bad "f eurw boen obligea to
BOaadOa lu riflo | .le. and he 11.ii.- utraied hin ?mai!
fono bo too depot boJJdiiur, which te hud fortland
w? h ?bool Sod katoa ot cotton. TI 11 ooMy*i c*v
?alry catnO op linn,., ai.d a? tboogh thai \.<re going
to iwaopovarythiog, hut they were rapaloed m two
lebargeo. I he? then vithil.ew to the biahto and
eonraooeed ?Iteuino? tbo dopot, Bad as ?hell bogan to
i go inrougii toe building, ni which eonooo^rabl? an?
1 munition wau llorad, Cot Fry waa torc. ?I to ?or*
? render. Ile mink?, however thal if the farra be
hud commanded had not been withdrawn, le- Wi Bid
bara oaaaatod ifornat, and Utat hie dntcoangemeat
ti.ni b. en such that be woold wholly hav? with?
?drawn fr 'in We*t Ti MMOMO. lb? bad toltgTBIihad
naeatodty to Qob. Davioe, eoatonanding hi lan
i hue. for |>uu? and re-oiilorcuneiile; to tome ?lia
patcaaa ho bad no nply, but M>laatbaaro? ren:
Wind liiHt he I .mid do UOlliillis' lol' Ililli.
'I be ?.hu. bolac taloa ami the ariooaana parotod,
Fa -? |i ?. e .. ! tobara the cotton ni", ita?on?
ho li?e, .liol then, OBBBOlOOW d, inn: I ?.ed till within I?
m i. ? oi Colotobno, dootnyiag ull the railroad boil?!
m?, ai d brMaaa be aralaij and win ra mil* ?ouhi be
found, burning :...-n. on tiie trink noua to lender
liiem 0001000.
1 i.e I; oo force? are now oceup) tag the a BBti >?
between ' oluin.ni? and Trenton, bul up to ttil? tiu.e
no i Botta have beeu made by (?en. Davie? to deal
Iba rood? or aval tonic rtau iba nal eooditira of
IblaajBi When ii I? undiietood thal (ien. tirant'?
vaat arm;. MaopaadBBI on tina rood for etipi lien ot
ovary aa?criptioa, it wul boaeea that MMoaadyi?
Ia klag m ?viueiLiutr.
Thai raid ot Forrc*t e.ideullv hue been iiieceiaful
ra atapniaor Qront'i raopboa, bul taon i? aiMtoar
tbif?g iu WBBSh he hu? bool e?|uully ?ucce?afii1.
When CbL Fry took eoOBOraad of Trenton lie
fo'in?) that foractag part hw had been m the bibil oi
?oiiit; oil roto the country und of taking | rupert y ot
aoj a.mi tiiey ?Maand Croat io\ui um well u?di?h>ya!
people, ?M* without m.(killi? any lin|iiiry into tlii?
matter, nn?l without any orama. Am ii conseil Pence,
the people were veiy indignant and excited, but be
took a reu.*"iia!ile co'iitt-, uud umang to conciliate,
?o far IBCeOOdod that the public BMOOT bei ante noOB)
?iled, ai.il Many hundred? OBtM iii und .'lice;tully
look th?' oath of allegiance. Tila ii the Congre?;
monal Plat riel rran which Km?raon lutheridge win
It at. lu due time ?he people mel in couveuuon at
1 ienti n and nominated Mr. llawkirm, who i? r.-i-e.
MBtod u* u true l'i Ion mau for Cotigret>a?and the
eleelioii W10 to corr? off lo-?lay. Of coui?c', while
FarnaFa cavitlry occupy the county, no election
can be held.
Cid. Fry, willi whom I hail a lcm? ?o.ivcr?iiU'jn,
otatOf Um? there bj a great deal of genuine L'uiou
feeling among tim people of Weet Ibltaotaa. It i?
certain, however, that il M pit t i vary etrong tod?.
Hut tin? i? 'o !><? wiid, the country l? greut'y divided,
and it ?a c-itain lim? it there could !??? u lioati in lion
uiihe Kc'iel iiradaa patt tt?rtahi(j wtntht fbHtrrr
BJ/kothOf BM i hall ho permitted to conquer the al
wrtbeatt ant booaaj Joat to the bun ki i?uqiieeiion
tillie will ?I?-? ide
lue i.i?t we bave Jrom (ien. (Iruut ii, that he ia
mai.Im.g upou (.iel. .ii*., while Ceu. Sliermau ia
marching lovMird Viokiburg. It ia no! improper,
bOWOVer, that BO i? 'operating in c< r 'imtioii with
liraiil, and aiming tOOOOM Hi to the P if drenada,
which would nein to lie good Keneialtiop, and which
in ratodod eleewfcere. v. c. N.
Tbr War in Kemuikt.
Lol uti(L* W'tJoeid.y, Um. j1, 18(32
AH ii '?"i? t rxoth of lue at far in head(iti..r(?n
are adviwd.
IMPORTANT FROM ARKANSAS.
DISPATCH FROM GEN. BLUNT.
He is Sheiling the Rebels at Van Buren.
HE WILL CROSS THE RIVER TO GIVE THEM BATTLE.
GENERAL DERROVS R,!D ON VAN BUREN.
Interesting Particulars of the Affair.
FIVE STEAMBOATS DESTROYED.
A Large Amount of Army Stores Burned,
THE REBELS ALSO SACRIFICE MUCH PROPERTY.
Demoralization ,nf the Rebel Army.
8ix Regiments Leave for Their Homes.
t
ET. L? VU, Wed::<??,!?-. Deo. II. ISM
Qoa. ITtllBl toeaj,ltnha lo finn Cnrti? under ?late
of Van Huren, Ark., Dec. SS, a: follows:
" My long range guns are now ?belling the K? bel
ramp ucrcr*. the river, live miles below her*. It*the
enemy doce not retreat during the night I ?*!all en?
deavor to eros? my troop? over in tho BKMBlag, and
oner th.'tn battle. Among the property eaptmedere
four ?teamen?, three of them heavily loaded with
?nppli'i, a ferry boat, and a larpe amount of am?
il B ' n. Ouite a nnruber of the encny were
Killel.
tuen, flrrroit'*. Hcrenl Huid- Iitrrraliite
Pnrtleulnra ? Detuornlizntioa of ihr
KibH Army.
F?r?TTBViLLe Aik.. Wi.'neiiliT. Ilep. 31 1 l.
A UUkatal parin ulan of me omita Tita Hurta
have be?'U received.
O IXartl| wai ten inilea nuca tbia ?ide of Van
ii ira yeatorday morning, aad woald biroaaek on
lue mountain leW laat u,.-l t na,', ixn?-'. .1 lo uBcii
I'rain.? (?rove ?..mu. to-day. Otu. bcao?ekl j .?ned
thom a few miie- beyond the fool ol' tbt u.ouuUiua.
'iho teaajMB] Vic'?;, Bott Doogita, Frederick
Kottata, Koa No. 0, uud Van Baron, with their
cirgee? of grain and provision? tor ue Debtl army,
were burned; uh>o, a large amount of uri ,y ?."res.
lo U belt bajna| their at*-: .lund ferry-boat at
Kort rjiuiiti, to prevent their fulling into our banu?,
tita, 1 bwgofaaaiityof ptot/ieioaton tho <.|(.>c?e
1 h.mi. of the river. A gi-uei ii BttBWgratioa wa* in
, n k'.eee whan our foroei loft.
Many deueiicrt carne into our Bata, who report
that two regiment? of Mic-cu. inna slacked aims a
few day a ago, cioee. i IBO rivw und went Louie.
. reg.,1 eut of ltnawariaai left atholl limt
. :.< r, taking t etirarmowitb ibem. Two r , Dealt
of Ti S...11? ai-o ttatkod *ru.s uad alerted for boam.
A regina at "i c'.va.ry w^a sen: in pu-suit, lui in*
?t. a>l of uireitinii. t..ey Joined the runaways.,
I.veryth.ug ^ctc to "le .v thai the Bobe] army ol' ne 1
irui.i--M.-i?ii- p| 1 i- > ompietrly ?lnilgtlliiod
i i.e ArLauuip lever'ia at a boulab!o ?tage, und
tbaooaatry bofderiogon the :.v-r norna po?nl -?'?
mimi I ? low Van Huren to Little H< i li i? well pro?
vided with (orage and food to ^.bdi-t au army.
Oartroopean ia tpiondid spirite, baring accota*
' d " ? ra ? tai lag aad taeetaafal raid wit:.oui,
the lots ot a ?iugle lito.
. 1'far IC\p> ?lllioii again?! t icltabur^ on ii?
MU? 11.,m ll.-'eiiu ??eil. HI,en. it,i In
4 o..unit,iii - 1- .li? Ni. i.i ii,.ti..-;.nula oi
i -ooii? iu Lima? 0am? mteolo und iii? i;?
iiiru of i-'iigiiiv?- glnvea "glajawnmi Ad*
Btlmiati .?lion of ?.on. tior..inn ?i ii. i. mi
? I ....iii. r S. ?> p? ?I ? inn on V.i. ? l'?o
liinilioii iigiiiiixl ('?(arena nuil Corre.
? , ?m.I. mi lniii"iinH|iii? (.cn. Mlier
uiiui ? ?'Ioullit-I ue Bfatro will ?,'ouie
\, ?nilli,.?, ?..ii. Iiiti.lt? ?ina ?? 0<
Ii <!,.?? . i<'.-oui v. .lilli lil*, lied.
i Kioa, (.. rental
m umk Ci ' ? Oui?-, ii mata Uti k--* o,u ?
.?m ;>? :? i <,:. 5
For atvaral day? ptat mwiaigtatdirieioaoftbo
?MB" of Batt Atkiusa*, im.lor l?rig.C, n. Stele,
ha? boenmakiag Btapajaltaao to embark on ttoam
era on the arrival of Mnj.-den. S'leimiiii froi i
Memphis, with hil flotilla of troo;i. to proceed,
under the o, mmund of the latter, toward the com.
hiiied movement tgaJatt Vichnbuig. On tie morn?
ing ; f the '.'1st mat Gen. Bhoraa a't BetiUaarrivad,
anJ the day (the Babbalb) wat one ot ^n at activity
at 'lliUuii. All that day, aad Beerly all tho uextl
day, were oata] ted with Ihn tmbarkalkiti of the reg?
ineuis of Steele? Dirieloo.
On yoatorday morning the long li?o of tttatntrtl
had left iho towoi, und ]UBl tTeiUBg I took pttttgO
on the lir*t bon' thal Lila ','one totthwaed lor suveiai i
day?, au-1 avail myatb? ?I tho hint mud that can I
carry uny intelligence of the lle?it sine?' ?m ai rival at |
Helena. The tfOopO WOTC ni flue health, Bad la*
dude several of the r.c?v r.'k'inienfs from Iowa and
Mimouri. (len. Flank Bhair, Jr., with ni? brigade,
,w iii the ext edition, cmnetting c*t the Wth, IWth,
Slat) and 3M Missouri Votaataat lufantry. Ona ot
there ngiinenti is aBBaWnadod by Col. J din Caven
der, one of tho heroes of Wilton e Creek, wi.ere he '
fought an,l wi.a wonude.l ander (?en. Lyi n. T'iiere
is no ejaaatioa Kut tliut tim brign.io will do good
?cr vue iu tfte war.
tU. OMI KM VI -?? NOT AULT. To VI I OMI* AS V HIS j
DitriHott.
Goa* 0 hajbaat't Dirmion baa goat with Steele't
Division, forming a part it hi? OOtaattatL (?nae.;
toaatot lUboabh he is aot abet to accompany i,
and Col. fftetoadtthtl und Coi I>-.ia 9. Shepard, I
ajotettag Brigadier! hi the tamranan. Col. Hw?aon-1
toabel ii highly erteei .-d, and Col. Shepard Mande j
ten Uga at a competent ofl er of high cbarador I
and tomata, baring awrcd (roi the b< totting of I
the war. He alto wa? ia 'he bttthol VYilaoo'i
Creek, and wau commended la tue Aeial r pott los
Lia " zenl and braverv. ' Ile i? gat only one oi let I
-m vi. in.'oiticcr.. in mat batik ?bo l?an aot been
promoted by the Qooernmeui, e- d _\et ii i? dob'-tul
if there waa ? ue mm n ihciu who wa* ...on daeerv-I
ing of it. But Col. Shepe.1',' !? njt a p? lltlenn, and |
hi? meritorious servie?! have not ben re, "gnu?"!. ?
Ue ii withal a warm frieret of the a Omi an ration
and of the Frriidcni'i oaBBBBhwBtea fall?!. A?he[
-?__-1^,I
i? obliged to perform the dutiee of a Brigadier, ha
on gut to have lue actual raak and pay ol that po?
litl?n.
It is a ?ource of much regret that Goa. Q-terl.au?
is not ?bl? to command hie own division and th'
by seniority of commieaioa he i? outranked by Nu?,*
who ia Kreatly hi? interior. One of the greatest! 5?
prifoiof the army i.en ia the nomination of ??"
narrow-minded, mediocre, Pro-Slarery officer Ui
a Maior-General, whoeevlolati.u j of the new Ji?
cle of war and of the Confiscation act an so ^?r
rion? at Helena. A non ardent admirer of bJ"??"
ern inititution?, and a warme.- friend of the R-t??
slaveholder? of the 8outL, does not exut ti
army. A man without capacity, without schohT
?hip, without general information, ondiatiU? ?,-Jj
by military service, without the commanding ?"?
ence eatential to ?o large a command, he ??1?^,^
hi? five-weeks' admiuietration at Helena Is?? Au
turon, by such milit?y orte? aa the followi??"
which I copy fern a protest tLat came bark with
Con. SUele'? indorsement " Returned" wri-tea ?7
red ink on the bark of it, and which order waa oxo
cuted:
Ot?. BTtXtTl OKDER RKTlRNIJfO > I ?ITIVB
BXaVBt,
" Hi?DttinaTsa? ^. g w .
? The ProTOtt NaMM ?Ml ?4 ^JStf^r*- ?**~?J ?,
will he pointed out I.T Mr Crai?. end CiaXwa?
put lato the w?fon wile!, ?be b?si?. t. . 1V* t ^ 13 hXL
tbetu lent ( nttlde of our liu??. _ p.; BD'^OTE) :'j!j5
?... -..#?? n P'U-O/r.'l Com? i?dV?c.M
Ibis Mr Craig wes a Rebel slaveholder, living?
south al Helena, whose ?laves Boa. Ciwtis had
emancipated because he bad ooad them iu old of the
rebellion, and their free papan wen exhibited to
the gnard, bat tbev paid no attention to mer, and
took toons, witu Ali. Craig, to the plantHiion of tbo
latter. This is ouiy odo of mai v inca trau ?a non?.
| Thu bnsinesi of returning fngitivts wus thi c lie!
ooiitp.iu iu of St?sele ?ml hie stiOuruitia.es last Sen-?
? tetnber, includinir the Military Governor Jo'n S.
j Plielj a, Hrnr.-lien. A. K. Carr, Prov #t. Jara.isl
I Geu. McKenzie, und other?, and our BBjataoaaaaooj
I President allows himself u> be imposed upon by
them ?ind a reneg.de Keiulli"; n. hy the name of C.
? B. Hovey ia iel low-worker wirh S'cele in tbl nvafc
I infam?os Pro-Slavery aul colton transa? tiona taal
, OOOBJ red BOOB), and liaa actually nominal? ii Sieeia to
be tindo 11 Majoc*0eaoraJ. bwaoJd aba Sen. te, wita*
out J roper information, go io C r nu tj rjOl a .ti ihi*
nomiualion, the proof" exist at He.eDa tin: will
require him to be diami-sed iroin the ?write, m.der
the uew article of war .tr.d the Confia lio 1 act?
Mark thi? rreiiic'ion?that toil HrU. Oil. Uloolo,
Wl 0 u hardly ev<-r peri? ti? ?ober, and who is wita
?ntl a or ?a? ivy, ?ill win no loan la m liria war,
and v. di wear iii? epaulets ?o the month ation Of
i io?e who hu\e iuii'' nuken to .-ecitre big pronntiou.
The 1 oDdue; of ?S'Ciiie waa such, while ia wmtUmi
li Bl ?ena, tlmton hi? return it beeiae necessary
that BUCO ?Meer t-hould bo mOI then who would
I outrai'L him, au?i Hrig.-Oen. II. A. Gormaoi was ae*>
rordinfily orderedlo<j 1 ;<> Bo na umi aaoaBM th?
1 commuiiii. Habana w bOMl two weeks at faV head
'of Ile array 01 thouin ci fl . id M
ntrodudag order ..nd ?bm?bUbb, waan ali bowal
w?? ?iKckues? mid confnaijn."
Qen, Gormen 1 elong? to the Dunrcratb ??"Lool,
bat ho la thoroughly in fisvoi of depriving ?he Be?
boaooilhrira?orroea ami ?vorytbiog oleo thoy pot
Mss, Basil th? y ta] ?I j.vu their arm? ami raba It to
tba QovoioBMat. Ha bj a raia of great ona .. anl
lal- it, "f I ?OB ; t ?ed lion, aud undoubted bravery.
I Tiie prolabil.tv is that th'. riratindcr 01* ni? com
n.ai 1 will pjocecd in a ?i.vt' time uo(Lt hu own
laid rahip to tbo aeaao of conflict, aad ?bru lb.lena
iv.ill be .if. witj a niall gain'.on oojy, or ru-rly
1 aba:i.ioii?%U. lauaieeaae it M the flwanafa aanra*
fon to ?end tne contra?a. ?1? norbward wb re i..ey
1 will 601 bOOOtnaa prey lo t jtii f ICBMI ou. e -,
I An important oxpodrtioa will aaoa leave Helena?
ia anoti.tr direction, of * nu li } uu not al libe, v to
f ?eiik. lhere is no leasoii to d??vht bit thal '-ti.
Urant will n.OVt- onv.ar'i oo hil Bt] n r mt-, ami
thal be um li auV timo cocimur.. ?'0 with the Mis
?ia-i?n? Uvar, whea it shall booaottlaooaaary, aa
? crmmim!c*ttions n'uuld bt ?le.Ltroyta Oy iha^
rout.- h| bKH beer, p.-oceeoing.
\\ ? ai I bavo rolatod ??oncciuiog G?n. SaOrman'o
azpodiuonl do ant twaahhrr?antrakiad. ia ??
I eci me .vail known blMOO It ? m reach yoi by mail,
rr.dr. turn he:*e throaga lie n.cruiii(f Ihe ?h:b->
trat.
1 bavoOOOcJadod that I <an heel cijm'-.'iicsio
u. wa tv .m boina by r.?aakdag hare till tim .Boa*
KJUl !i:0' ?. tir-O. ! ??'..:' ??-.:...i 'I ! i?
him : v! eorraopoM nt? irom i?c #m;.".jyiogthoex
tiduiiu, ucdtsr ?xsnaliv ol' bei.Mr vnsmpted mto
. p.s pr?vala m ra, intaraodki <a*o
ol , Dtm aa] on ;ie nooaabooaa as dec?
.\cm t'eiea/, there will be tornacMiaaaMa i ?
BXpod?too, awao of whick will roach me bj taetar
li.-sti >n.. lunication*.
'l?,e.e is a rumor here ti nt (ion. Bank*, **-h i ia
nVet, i? he! iW \'i. koko??_'. If thi* t? to, t. m?? w:!l
bo im lack of aoaaVati Mf?a 0 10 rodaco this last
strpu,uoiJ of the Kaaola. au.; ot>c:. ih' rivof lo 1 urn
mer. a ann ?avigBBtOBi
lue gi. :. ill M o i??ioa:illy fire 01 oar ' Mt?, bjt
;.,? ?? [iatioa M ?o ofoaipt lad aevera ti; it thi* ha r
baioos ?dod oi warfares ia pretty noah a'iai -d.
Our pirkew are o?.ca*ic?nally eaatfiBod oat?i le of
Hal no, by reaaoo of thabr owa taaoreaaawea, ian
earned toLittlo Book, battho vtgiaouadi ?
Goa. Qortaia will enrtaet tbo tugligence .\ ni I h
ed havo Ln.ai.rio ??allied lu thit uaoluM
; i L t Wa Gi .'.k-Kf.
*??
IMEIiEMI'.? FKO.TI rOKI"VTII.
-?
The ?t;arii?on aaaaa o? huli' rutlo.-** Cal.
|,?e still iu pMronil 01" Vim Dum- D"
? ueiRi.ou ?u the rand rhoun ir?.;;ou u?
altoaaanr?
1 Mel.- Isj Dm
luforuiiition from Ci lath to oOiardiy oigbt, ?tate?
that too gorrin? at that placa wan 00 :n!f ntfaaa?
Foraging portl -, bow ovar, wireubleto lapply iht?
di Sei ; ey.
C I. Leo, wi'!i a larg ? be 1/ of eav&'ry, ia ?till ia
panait of Van Dorn.
Train? ure nu e Bg from CorbMh to Jaekara, and
(roo .J., ka nt II Ily8priaga. The re 1 i i-..!???.-e
pitiied from Jack-on t 11 pot. ' lina Bdkl BOfth of
J'rLiit. n. Kv, rv st.Ti' 'i-I 1 : Me i.:;d all tbe 1 rid. eo
?..?t-vi'-ii Trai t ned I b?w, wkhJatvnJvaaaaaa
ti- c ...'u?, ure brtrned. all tbo bridal tinboff
afctag the route is ai?u .?.-??niyed, aud BMOl of mo
tneh ' rn np.
A Di hra : rea, to tbo nambo? ed l^tdfi, "? 111 '-ad
loft l'ioaJon ta ti e (tbroetJon of f?nhi ?bo i<; roi?, oa
u re iiiiiihanro. lui u 1 lataiaod whoa bo iateaa
ur.r bit.
A cnd'-idion (ra:i loti Co' ?mh-?? ycttt.da). It
wool .. f?' ?a Balee Cii? win out BMaaaajaaa*
ob?t:i?l?. Two MgiBllitl IM? ft bal eiy l?it io-day
laaasiai ra patthag lkar?#ad la order. The Ki belo
bave ?1 nie m'y Uu lae road, b ?rill be rej ..ir?:d n
n^week.
'ihr ?i< Dowell Corni of inquiry.
H ??u.M? 'u.\, W tdimijM). i
A commsaicat* n wat received ou Tneoday fin to
l!ee. >v?el to the Mc Howell Court ol lu?,uiry, Kialltig
ih.it ewua aai pr?paie*! ao y at la moko any cor*
tceiioi.a ni hi?, leatiamwy. Tam, logethet whb mt?
loft Im:,i GOB. MiLh'.aii, OjOaigBfaj to ibiow light
on the ih'iiui.nio.:* ho hat previously iniuie befora
lae Ooatt, weie rtau b> tbt Kee iuLt und ordered t*
bo appen ?ed to ib>' day *? BroteadiagBi
hUJ. Willard* vii io t; u.lieDoweB, wai tho
o.iK witaeee. Be wai .-xaniii'eit concerning an
loltrotew between (?en. McHowell mid tien sitret
on the 'l?th of August, near 1 tuckland Milla, te
w hi? h lie wai ; reseat. Ue nid na tnooglit he had
beard i .en. Mi Ho?'eil request ?.en. Sigel to go io
Hannan lind in mnri h ilr - to Thoroughfare Gap,
eliding him tor thai purpose the command ot one of
hi? division?.
Adjourned '..ii Monday, in order to enable the Re?
corder to bri. g up the reeoid.a Lrge corretpondeuoo
reaatiuiig to be BOJ led.
Frotu I oiin ?? Tfonrae.
roana? rnawaen TumUy De?, w ian.
The Britiah frigate Fetrel Jell F?riress ?louroo
recently, and baa gone to Churleitou, S. C. Ino
Me'|vomere left for Banunda,
In Norfolk li-! ? v.'tul' Milee Taylor waa itabbed]
by one W illiaint, who waa iiumediutely arrested.
Atout IS Hebel prriouerauriiwd*herethis moruiag
fro'ii Kort McHenry. Tiley cause upon the Balah?
more boat Georgiana, and will COOA bo tent IO Citf*
I'.diit for e?change.

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