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TUKIDAT MOBNWO IVhY 7.1M3.
ihk vaxki k movkmk.nt abodmd
Rt tbe tram on the York River mad yeetar.
foe me Isssa ibat a i*r*e number uf Yaubre*
were at Hsriiameville and Telle* eville, New
K«ot. aud ii waa general > believed that l>ix a
ai my was ou ita retreat down tbe Peninauia-
Ibßf bad (icketed very strongly from Ton
stalls across to tbe Pamunhey river, to pre
vent, >t ie snppoaed, our discovery of their
having evacuated the White House
The awvement* of the enemy in tbe direc
tion ol Ilium r, since their signal repulse at
.**,.. mil toon bridge ou Haturdav night,indi
cte that itiey liitve fciven up tbo idea of fni
itier uflriiave o|*eratloua ou-ttii,!". Itiobmond
■ v thai ,'iarter. (ienersl Cook, who com
mended at lh© bridge, k-forma the Govern
ment tbat the assault ou Saturday night was
nu>tle by three brigades, and after a sharp eu
t-a«emeiit tbey were repulsed, and finally
drive* otf. Ills information in reference to
Ibetr subsequent movements correapondswilh
tuat published by va yesterday, tbat they re
tt .reed the Pamunhey at I *ittlepage c bridge.
Information obtained from other eounes rep
reaentr that th»y pamed down through KiDg
WHMhiii, and tb* inference ie that they ar* re
to/Ling to Ycrklowua&d Portress Monroe t»y
waj ef lb* Peninsula
I AT IST FROM THE NORTH.
THE tI UK AT BATTLE ATOETTYH
tbe Pish* el Ttioritliii—Tl:e Ilncili* Hriiewed ;
- fhsee \ anlter lieiierala Killci ami Four
Weaadrd «»»•'» >. M,l> Csafodsaam Prlaeit
irsTakam fbS < •ulndera ea llol.i fr.»tiy»
We bavft rtieived from Hai. Hubert ttald,
(Vamissi'itier of l.xcbange,New Vorkpapere
al tb* M, 'td and -ttb inula. '1 be new aof the
r title ol OettyeburK diiUin courideTably from
ir.e lirst Yankee ecconnte. When tbey were
r.rai Mashed they wire tome dietauce leynnd
tixityalmig, but were driven out, uud are now
lh!* eJe of the town. Tiie following die
psrobes in Uie New York World give an se*
count of the prsgTBBS of the fighting, 'ihe
t; *i contains •.. 'met* from the sdfoielrspest
of ti*u Memle, srbisb wes all the War Oe
partmssd would allow to be telegraphed from
Wellington to tbe Northern papers i
Wathungton. .Inly lid—An "fficiat dispatch
Mac leeetvad ibis afiernoou frcm Majwr-Qsm
arul Maade, dated liea'lcjnarti'rH, army of the
Potemas, 11 o'clock P. ■ , duly 'nd, which
" i',i» enemy attacked me about I P. M. ibis
tlby, au.!, hfier oil© of the ncverest i-nnteata of
tbs WHr, wui reput'ped al ail points. VVe have
tf-'-'l ' ..:"!-li-r,.:■ ly iv killed Btui Wounded.
Aiu.ng the former are lirigudhr Generals
Paul i.i.i Z ick, an.l among the woouiled Oen
ttali ure S:< liles, Harlow, tlrnliam, and War
.in, aUghtiy. We have taken a large number
, i | risoaeta."
|ißi u-in nrrarc m |
iVaahiugten, .luly 3.—A Inter dicpatch hae
i, P .ri ineiveil from Majos (l*ueral Meade,
dated B clock this morning, which ertys i
"The ucticiu corouient'ed ugain at early day
light up v varions parte oi th* line. The we
my. ti-'is far, have ma.le no iuipreeaion upon
■y poaMea. AH acconnts agree in placing
their -v i. ■>. iiiii.v here Piisoueis report that
I niifHireet's and A P. Hill's forces were
macli m.Hire.l yesterday, aud ba.l many vene-s
rai aabmss kille.l (leu. llarksdale, of Miss ,
ie de-i-\ His tanly is witbtti cm hues We
! tiv i'.uH far about I t.ihi priKonsis, and a
mmH i ....I.i.i yet to i.c suirted
sssrsTeaei oasot thi nomine.
lletrrtoborg,AnXy d—A. p omiii-iut ci.izsu
al Hettyebuig, who left the.eynfterilay moru
iii? Un s pa*s issued by Oen. Kwell la go to
lleidlebiirg, met Smart, Kitzhugh h?e, and
•Tada llamotou, wßb what be estimated at
10,000 . ivhli v, who were moving iv the direc
Uou ef Gettysburg. Tbeir officers t»ld him
lual Lee bad uo intention of leaving l'euasvl
t.ti.m. but was going to remain here uuul ins
aimy wks destroyed or victotious. The gen
i i-.iimi arrived here this eveuiug, tbe enemy
asking uo effort to retain itim.
Two milii.-.iimen from Snnjnebanna county
were killed Ibis evening at t?amp Curtiu by
A dispute li from Leadna tiiie morniug stales
fiitl yeeterdav the reliele left Cliambersburg,
tho road iv tbe .lirectiou of Gettysburg.
Betete leaving tbey bnrued tbe depot and
worktops belonging to tbe railroad. Londou
is fowtsea miles wet! of Cliambersburg.
ThesßSSßf also evacuated SblppeusburgyeH
imi'tv. mnvirig iv the same direction.
hveryitiiug «oes to show that !/• c baa bis
whole hi my cciiiceutrated between Cash town
The train that left Carlisle at geveu o clock
tiiis evening brought down twenty-fenr rebel
.lei-eiicm who had come iv from the moun
lafoa They knew nothing about tbe result of
lbs Lttitle, I ut state that both urmies are tight
liiv tn h h -n-Hi desperation
Kiriirg whs heard from daylight up to three
a cluck this afternoon, at different points dowu
H*i ii i Kirn H BiaaOiTTYsaoaa, f
Thursday, t Thi pM. <>
Lite .i.it has beeu mamt up to the preseut
ui.'iueui Ihe euemy are now massing v heavy
lone oh our ieft, ami have just begau the at
t« t wuh attillery. Tbe probability is tbat a
levere battle will be Knight before dark.
Tin- it iel sharpshooters have beeu annoy
tug ii,i l.Hiieina at.l men all day from tbe
tUstiWsuf the 11.nit-lies in Gettysburg.
We hold the En metis burg aud Bultlmore
Wwic-HTivii it, Ps., July •-', (
1 o'clock, midnight tj
"ur forces are known to havegaiued upon
tti* euoury i-.mii l o'clock this afternoon. —
Bmes 5 o clock the tiring bos beeu much
heavier aud more rapid, indicating a general
atiKKgsment between the entire armies. The
tehel lores ia concentrated ou South Mountain,
I-ward ('ariis)f, six mtlee uorth of Getty*
lur« i, jU Sedgwick a corps passed Vcrk iv
tiie iliieiiion of Hover, at I o'clock this after
u.'oii It is iv the rear of tbe enemy. The "J
at my cups moved up from lluuover at 8
B ilink thin morning.
ruumdetagaa, Joly -l A ppscial dispatch
li lbs ButoMtn, from Harrisburg, aaya
N -'.0 ■ uk* ir yet known as U> tesulls, tint ibe
laprecaiou prevails that the great decisive
Nils of the campaign baa been t 'Ught iv ibe
hMßl'borhond of Caautown, between Getty*
It U believed that as have tvj/,red heavy
lout in ojf.reit and mtii, hot Lse la 80 irlp
'e-o'l ac to be placed ou ibe defensive
Yesterday Gen Meade assumed tbe ctt-u
••ve. Tbe day before Lee had attacked Meade,
*v ess lepuleed with heavy los 3.
1-ee holds a gap iv South Mountain, near
J '.aabersburp through which he hop<>B to
•Maps if defeated. A guard stationed at
« r »iigo Eighty four on tbe NortLurn Central
l-»ilroad, heard tiring iv that direction, like
jfotof fymg isSjßsryi whence il ie believed
i'leuiianion is again ni work with bis dashing
cavalry, lighting for the BiBBBBBMof tbe gap.
t'.t, Jnly '.'.— Capt. Roberta, of
I'biladelßhia, who was captured near Gettya
tm'K r nd paroled, haa arrived hei*.
it* raports that yesterday, beyond t'oik, a
courier irom Geu. Meade to Gan. Ouch
awpped v • boose to have hia horse fed. Tue
*"inei, iv ib* house became alarmed and blew
k born to , jllect the neighbors, when the eou
"*'. fearing that the uoiae would reach the
'«t*la, threatened tbem it tbey did not desial.
«i itda momsat tbo owner n ihe boase a-*
•ivsd and, taking tbe courier for a rebel, drew
k l«i*tol and killed bim. Tbo courier's dU-
Ykttuoa w*re sabeeijueuUy eeul le Bakfaaore,
*»»y tu'.liatiiy. toatead of to Harriabnrg.
'apt Porter cay* that uumber* of people iv
USB wid Adams counties cliered srsry ppssl
<-* aialamaas to the rebels,peiatlßf out lo item
i-i* property of Union oitissaa and of the Gov
•''■n-sni, and showing tbem tbe nude
Heavy and coutiunous artillery bring wee
•«** jtMmtimj sfteiaoou, aad last aisht, ia
.. ■"■!.. . " a «* ; ■ r
the direction of Mover, eight mBBB oorthweet
ins vtsr UTrsr veoa raa nmtmn.
The 'following diepalcbee ere fiabttehed by
tbe World a* "ibe very latest : "
Ph,loJ*lpha, July II -A special dispatch to
Pwraey's Ptett, dated Hanover. 1 P. M , via
Waabiogton, Jaly 3, bbjb At li thi* morning
oar forces opened on about .* Mul libels, who
advsaeed on tbe field at daybraah for tbe par
poeefof pilaging onr deal Tbs rebels haatily
retrabtod. The fight tbaa far baa beea tbe
most terrille of tbe war. Tba loss est both
sidee waa heavy. Gen. Bkhlae wae wonaded
.eaerely. HU right leg wss BTMamtid, and
b* ib doing well. A desperate battle rages.
Wa hme tin, dn\y :s.—The information re
oeiveii here i* that the battle of Gettyebarg
last night waa extremely tierce aad stubborn
Heavy au 1 determined aaaaalts were made by
the rebate, which were gallantly awt by our
This morning at daylight tba neatest was
spiritedly renewed. Oar army drove tbe eu
emy, who tn turn drove oure, MM fighting be
ing derperately severe, and the fiercest, proba
bly, of the war.
Prim ners report that Longstrget wae hilled,
and this seems to be confirmed by later intel
Colonel Cross, of New Hampshire, and
General Zjok, of Yew Torb, art esaong ths
hilled. G«u. Metis* it le wIA, ufu wounded,
ami bed his leg amputated oo the field.
Gen lUrkudale, uf the rebel army, Is hilled,
and bis body ia in our posseaaion.
The lauat inteHipnce received here waa no
to II o clock io-day- [Thia "latest intel i
pence " Ihe kaokae War Department did not
allow lo be made public—Ki> |
a ntc-imri.AtijN or nil ha hi ■ ur winau
The torrofpoudsntof tua New York Watlmn
writing on the Jl inst., thue recapitulates the
battle of Wednesday :
The engagement yesterday was cjuiti se v* ra,
though confined to our advauc*. the First and
Elovsuth corps, the art) in burn fouvht main
ly by tie First corps, aider General Heyuolds,
wbo wes killed by a Bt«arpahooter early in the
fight. We brat attacked the enemy a advance
inst beyciud Gettysburg and repulsed it, when
the whole corps became engaged, aud eul>se
,'iently ibe Kleventh corps, which came up to
support by tire Kaaaetet'irg road. Theoppos
ing forces were the <-ei>el corps of 11.11 aud
I'! well. Our men gallantly sustained tbe fight,
holding tbeirowu until! o'clock, when tuej
re'ireil to a fttrong pcajliiou just to the east
ward in 1 Boatbward ai (Jityshurg. This was
maintained until ibe urnv.il of reiiiforcemeule
at uigtit, aud our lines aie now well formed.
No general en.tiigeirn.ut has yet taken place,
but the probability is that a great battle wiil
be fought this afteruot-u in tomorrow. The
enemy Is in great force. IMB troops are vow
all up i.ud weii in hauti.
Tbe bail!" yesterday wan sanguinary iv the
extreme. Wadswortlr*e division sustained tbe
early port'ouof it with grbat valor, charging
tbe enemy aud taking v whole regimeat of
prisoners with Hrigadiei -General Archer. We
have taken folly one tj ousand prisoners and
loft many, most of therm being wonaded and
in Gettysburg, tbe l renter portion of which
the <>nemv now hold.
The rt Mlb c.i ropy Pennsylvania College as
an Imapiial. jHooiueon's division and oue
brigade of Donbleday's supported Wade worth
witn great gnl!autry. The llth corps, most ot
it foagbt weM, and redeemed the difgrace of
Cli.iinelloinviile. Among *«lie general officers
we L.rii, besides Major Qeneral Keynolde,
Geneiui Pail killed, ami ltru«ral Harlow
wouuddd. lien. Scbimmelteuuig is a prisoner.
Au entiui.-it i ot yeeterday'e trus-ialties caunot
tin w be male.
OdltyebniK wae injure.! by shells to a OOO>
eiderabl j eiteut. Most ol the inhabitants re
main iv the burgb, mnuy got away yesterday.
kirtu beaatiful ilm-e, surrounded by a beau
tiful open and rolling country. ,
There has been mote or leifi akirmiabiog all
' the niorniog, but uo engagement of dimeu
■ieaa lioth partiea are preparing tor the
great coutest b6fore tbem. Oar troops are iv
splendid cuudii.ton.and Oght l.k- veiertuie.
Amoug the casualties m yeet««.lay's eugnge
mt-ut ware tbe following :
UeuieiiH.nl Bayard Vvilkisou, commaadiag
Battery il, Kouub regular artillery, sou of
Samuel Wilbison, Washington i irrespomleitt
of ibe 'lime*, right leg shot cfi below the
kuee, while gallantly lighting bia battery
Hgaiiut uu eightgau battery of tbe enemy,
eublaaiug hie position, believed to be a pris
« il. Stone, l I.i.it Pennsylvania, command
iug brigade, bally wounded.
Col. Boot, '.'lib New Ydik, wouuded and
Col Tildeo, .tb Maiue, takeu prlsouw.
Capts Hovey and Thomas, of Gen. Hobin
eon s at a tt', wounded.
Col Mahler, Wlb Peuusylvauia.dangerouE
" Col. LsekßßHh 11Mb New York, wounded.
Ai'j t Dodge, li'iii New York, woimded
1/eut. Col. Afiowßuiitb, ISTtb New York,
The following id a list of Usees of officere
in Geu. Sol. Meredith's brigade, W ads worm h
division, list army corps, lv yesterday's tight i
Oen. Meredith, bruised cm top of the head
by a fragment of shell. His horee was shot
nuder him aud fell upon him, bruisiug and in
jariug him internally.
Lieut. Col. G VV Woodward, Aid de-Camp
to Meredith, wouuded iv right arm.
The New York papers have uot a eingle ex
ul aut paragraph ov«r the light, wbicii is very
sigmtioaut. Tbe World, of the i-b, says:
At lust a gleam of intelligible relieves
tbe murky chaos of official tel«grams, iuwbioh,
for line « daya past, tbe battl* fields of Ptiin-
Bylvauia have beeueiisbiouded. In a dispatch
which would have better sutitti -.1 the general
expcctaiious. aud gone farther to appease the
geuerul anxiety, bad tiie War Ddparlmenl
thought tit to nubiifli it iv lull, but which,
even iv the mutilated I i tn iv which Mr. Stau
ton present* it, commauls at'.eutiou aud in
spirea coutiJeuce by it* modest and tnauiy
tone, General Meade aiiuouucea tbat a great
battle really on Thursday eveuiug, aud
was renewed yeslerday moruiug, botweeu bid
own army and the whole force of the enemy.
He clutms for bia troops the credit of a stem
aud aolid res s-auce to au attack of which be
dose uot conceal tbe tierce and formidable
character, aud at S o'clock on Friday mormug
be asseits the continued success of that i-esisi
Since 8 o'clock ou Pri lay moruiug, bow
ever, uoihiug seeuis to have been bear.l from
tiie eceue from this supreme OOafoot, uud fur
titer lidiuge must therefore be looked for wiiii
an eageruess pceitively pnut.it iv ilsintsusity.
These tidiogs uii*y-— iuddo-1, if the Govern
ment will bit do iii* July, tbey must—reneb us
it any moment. Lit va hope that tbey may
come to throw a sudden glory of victory and
af hope over the solemn hour .it tbe great au
niveis-iry which the nation thisdiy celebrates.
ths cat ii ai cr BiiMßßßCttl i.a —a etan
son aoic'.ii' BT Sit fff Basma ma* r aaa
A letter to the New York World dated
~ *v." Ui leans, June Vl.lb, confirms the capture
by tbe 4' iLtcdi-iates of hraabea- City, La.,
and the laige amuuut of stores there, aud also
the garrison, 'i'iio ciu-eapondeul says .
The tRBBB at iiraahe-u" «t peeled an attack,
but they looked lee the advance from 1, ifuur
cbe, atii were fairly Barpri.-ed—literal v, as
well us in a military sense —when at daylight
Tuesday umuiug two batteries, planted the
uigbt previous, jpeued upon tbem from Hji
wick 4'iiy, (pposile, aud not an hour after
came crtuliiug through tbe woods a mixed
massc-f borseaud footmeu. There ware not
mure tt.»" af bnndred of tbem, and tbey
were a p ,Bantra's force from the west
bank of II IVae. Tbey crossed ou rafts
aud flat t.j«u, lauding oil tbe eootb bank of
I. tke Pahindre charged into town, and came
in tbe rear of the Federal*, wbo were looking
for en advance npon Btyon U >cud. it was
abort work. There was no lighting, lee
Pi-ovoat Marshal aud a few men near the bay
a tcceeded in getting on board tbe Holy hock.
'Is* rest were "gobbled."
Ata raid, sorprlss, or "gobble," it wss a most
important achievement for tbe Confederates,
aad a disaster to the Federals. Toero are aw
meat a of knowing precisely tbe number of
men who were taken prisoner*. They were
volunteers belonging to the iMJ Couneeikot,
the i7Cth Mew York, aad the let ledtaaa bet
tery , with several tie* aid ocavalssesat awn*
RICHMOND. VA., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 186 a
Two thenSßßd asgreoe men. women, aad
children—were ia tha dtff, act one of whom
escaped. There ia reaaoa te believe that soma
of tbe aoldiers jrioed tbe Federal foreea at
l*% Poarebe Haaday eventnir. Those wbo re
mained are prisooera. The Ut ladiaaa battery
awn ware oa duty at Fort Bnehaeai, aa earth
work ea lasbe Psloadre, oomssandiag tba ielet
of ibe Atehafolave river. Captaio Noblett'a
berse cuflo* into the city from tbe ftrt rider
lees, aad the fete of tbe rider ie only conjee-
There were tutu heavy gout in the fort, one
30 pound Parrot! ia the city, three or fear
rm oa the earthworks at Bayou Bieef, aad
the nsafSTlae there ware ai.fltiO rout.la of
ammaaiuoafos tbeee gana la addMos to the
(temporary, at least.) oeeapatioa ef tbb im
portent position, aad tha capture of theae gnns
and ammunition, there were other very desir
able spoils Mi the place. When Qen. Banks
made bia advance to Alexandria, wishing to
encumber Ihe army aa little aa possible oa the
raareb, he left everything that waa aoperfie
ova at Braahaar city. Hia tente, hie army
knapsacks, tbe officers' baggage, considerable
saapliaa of stores and provisioni, have all
fallen into tbe beads of tbe Confederates —
Bsyoad tbe few ebrtbee worn by those who
escaped on the Hollyhock, (end they did not
stop to make very elaborate tci'.eUea) a very
tbiag waa captured
Lately a entail train has been raa dally oa
the Jackson railroad to X saner, fourteen miles
above tbe eby sad swnattmss aa to Manehac,
on the South Pass of Lake Manrepas. M-n
ebsc Pass has been the scene of bridge burning
more than once within a few montl. n vast. Tea
terday a train with the only locomotive on tbe
road was sent np to Maachac to brlrg back
the band cars, tot h aud men wbo have just
completed the "repairs of tb* bridge. That
train did not return, aud we have news this
morniugtbal ir. was taken t*y the Confederates,
wbo now bold tbe i'ttae. As tbia giveß tbem
tbe ontrol of the road, aud affords a direct
route In the city, fie Confederate* will not be
likely to destroy tbe bridge, nuica* compelled
to do bo to cut oil an advancing Federal force
from New Orleans.
THB oi'llSTlurn at VilK-trupe.
Tue Yankee lettere from Yic-ksborg assert
that tbey bold tbe fort which they undermined
and blew up. Tbeir dispatches, however, do
uot so claim. Tbe following are the latest
M""phit, Term, July I.—Official advices
from tue army of General Grant to the li b
of -fnoe furnish tbe following particulars:
The rebel garriaou at Vickeburg ie very
'ibe rebels ure nuking a desperate resist
a nee to the progress of the siege, With Ibe
hope that icllef will soon reach them.
Additional rebel reiaforcements are eai.t to
be on tbe way from General Bragg to Gene
■al Johuaton, and tbe latter is perfecting ar
rangements to attack Gen. Oram's tear.
Gsuerals Price, Martnadake, and Kirhy
Smith are combining to get to ainie point on
the banks of tbe Mississippi,and willlasehabiy
make an attempt to take Millikeu's Beud aud
Chi. kasaw Bavoa, June - w », (
yia Cairo, .Inly It. >
A gentleman from the front reports every
tbingin -tat a-j no. Optgm ions continue against
the rebel works, but the bring.ie better than
that two days ago. The rebels still dispute our
hold on Fort Hill.
C"l. Melauclhou Smith died of bia wounds
yesterday Colonel llauesible was BMStel y
wounded by a greuade witileeuteriug the fort.
Johnston's advauoe ie paid to be v tew miles
from our outer pickets, but with only a show
of force, it ia expected Nothing can be more
desirable than a rear attack, nt everything ia
ths i.trsir mow MBBMoaa.
A Washiugton dispatch baa the following
etory ir.ni mm of the Yankee "ladies cap
lured at Winchester, taken to Kichtuood, aud
tbenoe sent to Wasbiugtou -.
Tbe ladies who were wives of i (beers, some
twelve in number, were regarded oe prisoner«
■if war, aad ltave been subjected to the most
cruel treatment. At Wuu .iester they we.c
confined by the rebels iv a email fort proaiis
cuously with Other piUoners, uud on beiug ie*
leaH&d were furnished with wretched accotu
modationn ior ir.iisit to Kichtunud, several la
dies beiug obliged to walk twenty and thirty
miles. At every place they were booted at,
insulted, an J universally looked upon as Yan
kee curiosities. Oa arriving at Richmond
they were closely imprisoned aud treated as
most of our piiaonere have been before them.
There was a decided scare on Friday last,
when Col. Spears, of Dixs foroea, mode bis
raid c > near Richmond. Tbe entire city was
alarmed, so much so that nearly a thonsaud
rebel soldiers confined iv some prison with
three civilians for military ctfencsa were
called npon aud told that tbey would be fur
nished with arms and immediately ordered out
in front of Richmond. The commanding offi
cer reported that tbe Yankees were then with
iuafew milee. Oa Col- Specie's retreat tbs
excitement subsided, but there ia still constant
fear of au attack, which was expected almost
There are believed to be about bix thou
sand troops in Itichmond, nioetly conecripta
uud Home Guards. Tbe prisouera saw boys
not more than twelve years of age drilling a
tbe streeta. It ia certain tbat uoue of ttru Ba a
forces have reached Richmond, nor that that
city bos been reinforced otherwise; it ie the
opinion that it could now be easily taken.
THI U.VSBBHT ot nicuaoND.
The New York Herald contains a number
of letters from tbe Peninsula, giving au ao
ciuut of Dix'a movement on Richmond Col.
Bt>eure'a "brilliant movement' wae made by
IJMO cavelrymeu, aud leit West Point ou tbe
i.*>tb. Tb, y weut to Tdustall'*, aud tbeuce lo
11 mover bridge. At Uie Suuiu Auua bridge
Ibep fouud a company of tbedtth M. C troops,
wbo were well pudteJ, aud "to tbe last brave
aud unyielding until overpowered." Tbey
captured Gen. W. 11. W. I*9*. Of the rairi
Gen. I>ix telegraphed t > Washington that
"private property was respected, and nothing
touched but Governm:-nt property"—(a most
ustouuJ.ug Yankee lie) Usn. l*n asked to be
bent, to Baltimore, but tbe rtiiueel was denied.
UMTiA num our in wasHisiiros.
1/uculo, after "tbe MtSSt intelligence" from
Meade, called out the ffaebfoftoa militia, to j
* 3 ive 88 days. Martial law is prevailing iv ■
tltat city, and BBBeb excitemeut ia created by
ibe Call for tbe militia.
raecLaaavtea or aaaißui eiri.y ra thi j
i'koi'LK or raßi
Horrrioburg, .lnue :to.—To the couriesv if
Air i» Neil, m* fiitsbnrg, I am iudebled lor a
copy of the following i
Voick, Jaue 9R, I Sti-1-
IV fhe Cstirea* of Warh I have abetoiaed
from barntug the railroad buildings aud ear
abup iv your lowu because, after examina
tion I am satisfied tbe eatety of tbe towu
would t»e eudaugered, and acliug m the
spirit of humanity, which haa ever eluar
acteru*l my Government aud its military
aiiilioriuee, Id'iuot desiietoauvulvetlie iu»o
cent in the same puniebmenl with the guilty.
Hod 1 applied the torch without regard go
a me»quenc6s 1 would thru have pursued a
course that would have beeu fatly vindtcaiid
as ru Mt of joat retaliation tot the authorized
acta of bar oar Uy perpstratsd by your owu
army ou oor soil, bat we do not war upou
women and children, and I trust the treat
uieut yon have ssetwitbat the hands ot my
soldieie will open yoar eyes lv the aetow ty
ranuy under wnb-h H « apparent to all yoa »ie
J A. Baßftßt, Major-Gsnl C. S A.
Gold was quoted in New Yorfc, on Friday,
A Norfolk leUer of the Ist lost.says that
1, Ml t,r 1,; no rebels have appeared ia Frin
eeaa Anna t juntv. preparatory to a raid on
Tha "Conservative' Slot* Courantiou of
Missouri has adopt*d aa ordaaaseot euionci
nation by a vote of fit to :«-slavery to he
abolished io the year IS7U.
Gen W. H. V. Lea, reeeatiy eaptnred by the
llth Pennsylvania savatrv, has beam roasted
to ifra McCleUaa Hospital at Hampton.
PROGRESS OF THE WIU
gem r.ss'9 cisntß roa ti* tsvisins. i
Iltar..* a* Akm» Nuavwia* V* , > '
Jen»2le»,lSfcl. ) I
While ia tbe egiwy s coaatry tte following
ragaUtkiua fcr seenrlug sopoßss will bt .
ssrVtiy observed, aad muty visaaßoa ef tbem
promptly aad rigoroariy paaiahei:
Ho. 1. So private property shall be injured >
or destroyed by any parson b stinging te or 4
connected with tbe mmy; oPtaBSB, except by
tbe officers herein dsrigisßsd ,
No. 2. Toe chiefs of tbe Coawlaaary, Q tar v
termaatar, Ordaaaca aad Medical depart menu
of the Army, will make requisition npon ths (
leeal aatberitJes or inhaßttaaas for the aeees '
aary aeppiie* for tbeir respemive daaartmente '
deaigasHng the places aad times of deli scry *
All pereone complyiug with each (
snail be paid the market price for the articles <
furaiahad, if they *o deeire, aad the cttcer }
making each payment shall take dapiicate re I
eeistefor tbe easse, specify ing the name of (
tbe peraon paid, and the qasaotv, kind, and J
price of the property, one of which receipts '
shall be at oasd forwarded lo tbe ohiaf of the *
deportment to which each i Hear ia at ached. >
Mo. 3 Shoe Id tbe aathoridbe «r inhabitants J
neglect or refuse to comply with assh teqni- ]
aiuona, the tuppliea required Will betaken '
from the uear*et inhabUaaU ac r«ffoaa«, by
ths order and under the direction #tbe re '
epeetive chiefs of the depertmems named. '
No. 4 When any eoasmaad a**ato Aed from '
tbe nun body, the ohbrib of tbe atveral do I
poi taunts of aocb command will precure sup
plica for tbe Fame, and each ether stares i.* <
tbey may be ordered to pro vi ie, In the manner <
aud au' ject to tbe provisions her* ia prescribed, '
reporting their action to tbe beads of the re- '
epeotive department to which they will for
ward duplicates of a.l veil .-hers gi van vr re !
No..'>. All peraons who shall desshas to re- '
ceive paymeut for property furnished on re- '
quieilions, aud all from whom ii shall be ne '
cesairy to take atorea or eupplies, shall be fur '
niabed by tbe cilieer receiving or taking the '
aame with a receipt specifying the kitii and '
•iu mtity of the property received or taken, aa '
tue cose may be, tbe name of tbe perso'i from
whom it was received or taken, the coamand *
for the use of which it ia iuteuded, atd the '
maiket price. A duplicate of sail receipt '
shall be at once forwarded to tbe chief of tbe
departmeut to which the otHcer by wtom ll
ie executed ia attached. '
Mo. tl. It'any person ehali remove oicon- '
cea! property necessary for the me of trie '
army, or attempt to do c •, tbe vwceu bereiu
before meutioued will cauee euch property,
Hii'l all iitiier property to suca per- '
eon tljht may be required by tin army.t-' be '
seizsd, and the ee'/rn the raai will
foiiliwiili report to ibe chief uf bia ./apart
ment ibe kiud, >j laulitv, and market price of
tbe property so eei/iJ, aid the BSBSS of the
By c 'Uiui in.l of Gen. X B. LiA
k II (.'mi roa, A. A .v I G.
Lieut. Gen H S Rwni i, Commanding 'd
KVACIiATIO* CF H HIIINI HCIOBT*.
Toe National lutflltgeuftr, ol the '1 in
We learu that onr troops yesterday evncn
atad Maryland 11 sights, first removing all the
Governmout property and «le-troving ihe tat
lißratfirat The change in the progiauimeol
I lie war rendered ita further occupation uu
necessary iv a military poiut ol view, whilst
its large garrison cf discipliueJ soldiers, uu
der tbe gallaot Gea. French, ail! prove a vai
uable acquisition to the Army of the Potomac.
Tlid propriety of holding Mary laud Heights
has lung been doubted. In.L-e.l, tbe whole of
oar military movements iv tbe Stieuand iab
Valley have beeu a eeiies of disasters with
lues of meu aud inanitions, aui scarce
ly an advantage gained auywbere. The
concentration ol our troops for a giuud ball I*
with ibe enemy ie ibe point bob] of greatest
lacioßHva *r iaaaarrowa sou wiLLixaa*
a MtfcMMaaaaat of the Philadelphia 'Pros*"'
relates the following iucideuta of the passage
ot tbe Confederate troops through Hager*
towu aud Wiiliauisport, Maryland, into Peon"
eylvauia. Writiug ou tbe iTt.h, the correspon
dent says :
On this day two weeke ttgi tbe rebels bezan
to cross the Potomac at Wilriamsport aud two
and a half miles above. Tue ouly opposition
tbey met was Capt. Fiery, with a handful of
meu. " " Th* reception of Leant 11 igere
towu waa cold, frigid, icy.
Lie looked red, ruddy and robust Ha cime
uot in a carriage, as be did last September,
but rode a splendid borße Kwell was gbatt'y
pale, fearfully worn aud emaciated The
rebels bay* plenty of artillery; all they cap
tuied at Winchester is with them— 27a pieces
iv all—bras 3 liowitzere. Napoleon and rifled
Parrots, many are IS aui lfi-pouuden», drawn
by eight horses. The whole army tl tbe in
vaders ia uot less than 93,000 men -, eoine be re
posit.V6l/ asaert there waaatnfle over 100,000
eroamd over the Potomac, to th-.ir knowledge.
White heie tbey opened two recruiting of
; bees, but succeeded in getting ouly ten meu iv
1 the county. The former editor of the Free
| I'rett of litis place, who bud been seui Souti-,
Geo 'A. H>yd, issued a placard from h:s old
office, calling on "Murylaudera to fall n -, " but
: they did not. » *
Tbe correspondent gives au account of the
! "depredations" by lb* "invaders.' Iv one
' Cook's store "molasses wae lloatiug over
tbe floor, sugar tcUtered over the shelvee.aod
everytbiug of valae gone." Mr. Updegratt'e
iiat etore had v similar csstiieaia ou the door.
He lost $1,000 worth of hats. Of these stolen
articles none were diitiibuted amotg tbe sol
diera. bus were all boxei up aud earn through
Williamsport into Virgiuia, aud from tbeuoe
i to U'chmoud.
ICebei cilicrra said they h.id Mary Uud now,
uuu would ksep her. Iweu tha alms hotme
wa*not spared; tbey robbod it el liquor, (! I!)
cows of" their calves, (merciful Heuveut 'j aud
Lous of their ej?g-», iiehnssaa rebels.)
tEaUSSTKATIOHB OK ate. J H.I9TOH IB O'UHTS
Kaau-aTrai* ore oks. oiTtUHacs-atrcLißD
with bust aravu itkh.
Tbe New York ZVaam baa the following
drepaicb frem the rear of Vakibarg 1
Riraß or V>« ks»i ho. I
Wednesday, Jute 84, ISIQ. J
Up to yesterday akirmia'aing has beeu going
on along the wbc.'e line of out- rear and front,
or rather that portiou of H irom Snyder's
Bittll' to the Big Black Railroad crua.-iug —
There being eveiy indicatiou ol a tight immi
vent, tha 1 ear trout waa pui in order to retrial
un assault , ,
Oaring the night before WOlotta picket of
: m uear Bear Creek,atveu mile* from buy
vtardß'utt. Oe the seme day the Poaitblawa 1
.cavalry was attacked by v superior lores of
refcel eavaliy on Bridgeport Berry road, lbey
were repulsed after a bard tight
Vesterdav Osterbaue was attacked at Big
M'*£k A severs battle easutd. The rebels
fought wi.b great obstiuac/ aud eoirit, Bed
were, after a long eugagameut, repulsed with
great ala'irfbler. I
TUe guns ol the t'iflciuuati have beea re
moved by Gen Stselc, and pul iv poeiliou iv
M laud battery. Tbey opmifd thra moiniog.
A ft-et uf transports com tag down wuh
ordnance aui commissary Mesas, wae bred
iutoat Cypres* Baud, day befote yeiterday
Tho Prima Donna recti"««d twenty
cht.u and waa disabled, the B. ! »utucky towed
hei dowu .las Thompson, cleik of l/iartai
at Helen*, was killed by * 1. pound
atiot, 011 tbe Reutneky
The rebels I pouudsr g-ia*. The gun
bs«M drave UhBBB oH- 'l' l ** ael c *™ 6 Ibsaagh
lai-iaraer lain Baaai* Roa--Ti*s asan*
iu«»su TMitvu tor oavu ia aaesns
Tba Pbiladelpiiia InaumW bos tbe follow
Ifg dispatehea from Bloody Run
Bloody Run, Joly v> -Late last night the
rebels visied Pannelabarg, tea mileaNorth of
• L>udon Station, and stole one hundred aad
rebels wbo bod beea al Msi carsbifg
previoualv, relaraed a day or so sinse and
f Jobbed lac people there 0? watebea, money
. bats, baels, shoes, otc 1 hsy took bats otf oi
1 eitirea*' heads.
Bloody ««e, Jaly ■"Sieger
» from ChsßSbersbarf, wba h« |Mi
I Loadoa, renorteLees headqoarters as beinjj
He also statas.that be wae hifrrsMd by those
wbo p-ofessed to know, tbat Jeff. Davie bim- |
self was at Hagsrstown last Monday, aad tbat |
be is yet in that part ol the State, aapeitiring I
the movement* of the rebel fares* |
OU* AI-rMV II PIMS-SriAiBIS. ;
▲ eorreeprmdeat of the Petersburg Kxtreae, «
writing trom four m i le* East ef Cfaamberabarg' <
givee an account of the aroeefsg into Mary- *
land aud advance into Pennsylvania. Hkdb ,
virion (including the 13ih Virginh ■) crossed an t
Sbepherdetown. The letter ai;a: i
The enemy a eamneon the Maryland Heights *
opporite Harper's Perry cor 11 plainly be seen l
away to onr right, bet Osa bweeaaasdloeoro <
nothiag for these, flea. Wright, whoee brig- t
ade waa ia front oa tbia day, raa a narrow ea- '
cApe of be:n< eaptnred hy some of the enamy's £
cavalry; for wbi's bianelf and ataff ware rid- <
ing some distance ahead of hia advance guard
just after peering Keßersviile, a small number t
of Yankee cavalry dashed npon them and aaade '
a desperate tftott to esptare the whole party, l
bat all bands succeeded in making their etcipe *
except the Gnneral'a aon, Lieutenant of Ord <
nance, who. having only one leg, could not I
ride very fast. Some five ahots were bred at •
the General, one of them passing through bis <
bat, but he escaped uninjured.
Oa Thursday morning we paased through >
Boone-boro'. again meeting with cold looks
and no cheer, and by 3 o'clock in the evenir g *
found omaelvaa in camp within right of Ha- <
geratown, having pasaed through several small
villages, the lamest and prettiest of any of '
them being Fernitowo. Bnt there are so
many little towns on thia route that I have
ceased to take note of any of tbem. Nothing
of aoy interest occurred thia day. |
On Friday morning we again commerced
marching, though i wae pouring down ruin,
ii having been raining all tbe night previous, ,
and the road* were aa muddy and slippery as '
they could well be. Hagerslown proved to be '
a beautiful plac*, and here we found some cc- '
eesrionutß, many of them being qnite shy in '
tbeir demonstrations, but at cne place the la- '
dies had a largo Confederate flag pendant from •
their porch. About ten o'cloch we crossed the j
Pentisylvacii line, and now for the first time '
as soldiers we were treading X irthern aoil, '
and the bold aud quick tread of tbe soldiers '
denoted that they were jas". where they '
wauted to ho. We encamped tbat night some *
live miles iv Pennsylvania Tbe country aloug 1
the road looked remarkably weH, the crops of '
wheat, coru, and oate being tin finest that 1 '
have yet seen anywhere. '
This morniug we started early, hu 1 after
traversing a country beautiful in scenery and
in the growing crop?, we arrived a.out 19
o'c'i'.'k al lite beautitol town of Cbanibere
barg, aud here it seemed to me that ilia people
hid ictrcfely th-it there was any war :
pri>n se,,,! "'Ki f" r everything wore an aspect of
former times. With tbe exception of tbe
stores being closed, uotliiug seemed changed
tion the aspect that towua Wore iv former .
days Au exceedingly large uumber of young
meu tilled the sidewalks, porches, and doors,
bat 1 understand that a greater portion of them
M.-c of tbe late disbanded two year troops of
tie Yankee army. But no one was molested
by our army, oulv a ebarp !'• iknut being kept
while the troopa aud wagons weie passing, to
preveut any disturbance. Geu. L*e passed va
tiii a morn>ug, and was greeted with satbasl
ttatic clieeriu< aloug tiie whole line. We are
low duiamped about f jttr utiles end of l*uaai
bereburg, bat whereto morrow uigbt may Hud
va i« more than I can tell.
Wo baveas sat seeu uo euemvat all.vnddo
uot en peel to ttnd any for several days, Hook
as beiui; left cousiitoiab'y incur rear, aud Mc-
Clellan, it ia said, with a lari,'j uumber of mi
litia, v entreucbiug Lim«H at Harrisburg —
Tiie citizens aloug tne route seem ccusileraUy
trlKitteued at our dtaturbauee of their former
tineude, but as a general tbiug pi ivale prop
erty is respected, ttuugb, ts'ttiem we have got en
tit nd far iuto tbe enemy b lines, tbe boys ollur
te bay sui-h ttiiuga ai tbey want, aud if ttiey
retass to take Confederate money, iv many
cm* iho things are takeu whether or uo.—
Hatter cau bo bad at 96 ceute per pocnl, I ae*
stio63 at 12 a pair, cbicktua 95 C6uta apiece,
aud other thiugd iv proportiou , indseJ, this id
the Uud of "milk aud honey,' aud but, tew
—• ~. :..;» t.t miS'.l- rel.ila ik.va i. n-ij»tlii»>4* ...»
niaiuiuy to eat
The tloverument ih pressing eucii things as
boreaa, Hour, meat, foraKe.aiid everything ue
cesearv 1 >r the army, uud these people will at
leaet be mado to feel something of the bo.-rore
of war, though the way our "army of iuva
aion" is acting l'irme quite a striking c intrust
to tbe disgraoelul way lie Yankee army have
acted wherever they have planted tbeir foot
on Southern soil.
THE FIGHTING IN VKNNF.SSIE
A correspondent of the Atlanta Int(lti*en
cer, wrhiug from Wartrac*, Jnne %\m\ giyea
the following account ot Wednesday's tattle.
We are all ou the tip-toe of expectation, an
ticipating a general battle to day. Tne enemy
yesterday endeavored to eurpiiae us by mak
ing au advaase in heavy force, n itwithsiand
iug a rain etoim prevailed all day, by two
ci lumue of cavalry aud infantry—one upon
Hoover's Gap aud the other upon Liberty
Hoover's Gip is twelve miles ssrthaaal
from Wartrace, on the Manchester and Mar
freesboro' pike. Tne enemy's eava'ry, con
sisting of G*u. Wilder'e "L'gbiniug Brigade,"
supported by a heavy colamu of infautry,
drove in cur pioliete, capturing two of oor
signal sttt'.ious beyoud Hx.ver'e Gap, aud ati! i
P. M. was met by G*n Bate's brigade, when
a eevere engagement took place, which con
tinued until dttk. Seven regimenta of the
enemy were diiveu back witn considerable
slaagliter—our artillery doing good executiou.
Our tone was also severe-a Georgia regi
ment, of Bite's brigade, losing forty m v
killed aud wouuded. Capt Claylrook, of '211.h j
Tennessee, was moria'ly wou dsJ. |
A' Liberty Gap, wiiicii is rx m Us North
west of Ball B tckl 3, the mMm place batug
about five miles Hettbef Waaliaas, our pick
e-a were also dr.v«-u iv by tbo enemy, when
Ibeii' edvaaee was checked hy the gallant brig
mieof Brig Geu. St. Jjbn Ltdlell, of Majir-
Q -ueial Ciebaru'e c!i vision, which soon became
hotly engH(k ed, Capt. Isett's bat.cry of artillery
keeping up a destructive Are. The enemy at
tempted 10 ilaik us ou tbe right, with a view
of gaining our rear, which breed Gen. Liddell
to fa'l back two mi:es Our lose wa* three
killed, i&clad'iig Capt. Frisk, of the 5-h Ar
kausas, and sixteen wounded, including Cs.pt.
O born, of ibe 13th tn I loth Arkansas. Capt.
Uslm, of the same regimeir, watt reported
1; is believed ".hat Rieectan? ia delenfiiued
to bring ou » geuaral engagement, anticiptiing
a reverse a. Vicksb ug, in order lo prevcul bl*
beiug forced to fall b-c'a to Nashvill*.
j A special dispatch 10 the Appeal, dated Chat
i intijogu, the M h, says :
i Warn baud ed MYAMmgA nmved Ibis evening
1 from the frout. lv tie Hubt OB Tbttrstay tbe
; enemy were diiveu beea fun, and Liberty
I Gap aud Guyse Ujp ieikk*u. Tbey were also
il ivei back from Bill Bioklu Station into
H >over s Gap, but tae euemy held tbs po»l-
j Tne Chattanooga Cried, cf tbe 9fob, aaya 1
i Oar loaa, so lev as we bavo been able lo
1 learu, wo* about «Be bandied killed hud four
!or ti»e haosVsd wouuded. Il is also reported
j that Mjyor Ciavbrtioke was net killed a* was
! at tir*'. repotted, though but litli* 1 f hi*
! were tutsrUined b] bis Bargees
', ItMmt iofurmati'iu, hy piivate dispatch, hsa
! beeu received, thai our ttoup* b»ve a!m> re
labsi Hciavet s Gap.
a >aw i.kim>3 i»iai » ut .MiHi.r»-u.
I Kir jc-.iH'i.
The Uiol of Oca. While,ol the fob regimeut
ti. V Z>ua«ee, fur the murder ut Stu»n Par
j koi ,a woman of tbe town, rsmarkabie for her
1 beauty, has juei been concluded iv New Or
ieatia. The New Orleaue Puaynue givea tbe
evidence aad tbe extraordinary verdict iv the
case es follows 1
1 Oa tbe aftero-ou in qaeetioo he met ou tbe
» sidewalk aud oddreaaed her. She looked at
f bim contemptaoualy , raid she was seceeb, aud
1 did uot waal to have anything to say 10 sun a
fellow as he was. Thsreopon be drew hie tv
[ vols or and llrsd at bar law*, wounding her is
» tbe wrist and in bar breeet. Sbe ran into s
• hoase aoid that aba waa woaaded aad weaio
' die In the meaatime Wtite went awagger
lax oo,obeerviag that ha woald •»?e aay on«
1 Biisan was removed to the Charity Hospital
J wbeVe liageilaaly she ttaed for two ssontbs
aad lb* <W »'»••''"M* l **
Previoaa to tba shooting White bad assay
Saean, ao aa to know her, but there bad aevsr
been any iutimaey with her, and three dip* '
before tbe latal aaaetiag a free woaiaa of eemtv '■
heard him tbreatoa te eboot Susan tbe Irat
time he met her. He said io the prassass of
Alice Gray, a woman of bad rapate, that be
came bare to fight for the Union aad ta pit
down tha Secssb, aad tbat Sosaa wss eae of '
Tnis aame woman saw the deoeeevd aad the '
accused meet oa tbe street He spoke to her, '
but sbe flrted her dre?s Boorefully aid said she '
wasn't afraid of any Yankee . This I
witnera alae said that Sasea on this oecarioa '
unbuttoned her dreaa. as If she was about lo
draw a weapoa. This, bowsver, was deaied
hy other witaeaaee. It was clearly ahoarn the
wound iifli-ted by the prisoner wae tbe aaase
of death. White wss arrested soon after the
In charging the jery the conrt observed that
the cos* waa a very clear one. Wha ever
might have beea tbe abandoned character of
the deeeassd aad her associates, ths testimony
showed that rhe endeavored to avoid the pr is
eaer. He panned aad provoked her te re-
Kat a remark which eae bad made about
ing aeeeah, and on her repeating the remark
deliberately shot her. The caae, be observed
in conclusion, was ao plain that it was hardJgL
necessary to make say charge.
The jury then retired, and in abort twenty
mtnntea returned with d terißet of "guilty ac
charged "—that ie, guilty ef ntamtlaugkter.
Thereupon tbe prfaoaor waa remanded aad
the c»ort adjourned
ths coNSRnaaATB raivarrßßS.
A letter from Rio Janeiro, of the 3dd May,
haa reached New York .-
The Florida left Pernambuci May 12, end
with her tbe late Federal brig Clarence, which
sbe had taken. The latter has been armed
with four guna and fifty men. Thia will be a
valuable acquisition to onr Navy, aa aha can
always keep within tbo protection of the
Florida. The Florida haa destroyed nine ves
sels, 6omi laden with flour from New Yorh
for tbe B-az'tla, previous to oniotiost Pevnaaa
buco Advices from B thia, ot tbe 29:h M*v,
report that the AUbama Bailed hence May 21,
and the Georgia, Com. Maary, whioh arrived
at Bahis from tbe Clyde on the i:»th May, left
on ttte EM. Tae Yankee man.ol war Mohican
put into Hilia on the 2fch May, and Bailed on
the 27th in eearcb of rebel cruiser* She will
never overtake them, and for the best of roa
aoua, teoause she does not desire to do so.
Erphnion of a Locomotive—Fie* l'erxont
Killed and Seiriol I Founded —Yesterday at'
term uu, ho the mail train oa the Richmond
uud Petersburg li liiroad waa coming to this
city, having ou bond BUO soldier* aud about
tntl lady retugtet fossa Norfolk, ibe boiler of
ihe locomotive exploded with & al effect. The
eugine waa blown to pieces aad turned com
pletely over iv tin track. The engineer, Mr.
Hugh liarns, was blown off the engine some
distance aud dreadfully scalded. His ii juries
are such that beoannct survive. A sailor in
the car next to the engine was instantly killed
by ibe car being smashed, aud three ao'diera
iv tbe car uext to that were nleo tiled Aco
lored tiremau was killed on ths spot Eight sol -
diera were wounded, of whom three wi'l die.
Tnere were "or I Federal rnrgeoue aboard
the tiitiii (a purlieu of a party of prionera
from near Vicksburg) wbo gave medical alien
tiou to the wounded. None of the l:.die i wei c
best, though the bottom of one of tbe cars
they were iv was smashed. The track was
torn up fur some dJStsaoo. Tbe train cousis
ed of 11 cars, aud wus rauuing at the time af
the a'cideut, which occurred at Knllittg creek,
six miles fiom thia city. An en trine was im
mtiliately dispatched by Supt. Gill from the
Richmond depot 1 jr tbe telief of tbe wounded.
Ru-taliulion — Untieing isMgfer thuMm Al
the lvbby prison yesterday, by order of Geu.
Wicdar, the Captaiua auroi g tbe Yankee prig
ouere, numberiug 74, drew I jts for two to be
shot iv rata iajiou for the ihooting of Captains
Wm. P- Corbiu aud T. .1 MeGraw, br Geo.
Hurueide, al Sacdtuky, Ohio, <»v the 15:h of
dtlay tasty*. JTttcr utlewmvio YRurtrun *Mmu;<wm»*-ommpmtmm mv
room at 12 o'clock by Capt Taruir, tbe com
maudaut of the prison, and after beiug formed
iv a hollow square around a table, were in
firmed of the order of Geu. Winder. A Blip
cf paper, with tbe name of each mau writtea
ou it and carefully folded up, was thea
deposited in a box on tin table, and
Captain Tarnsr informed ths men that
they might ee'ect who Ihey pleased to
draw the names oat—the first two names
drawu to iudicate the men to be shot. Capt.
Sawyer, of the In N. J cavalry, rogeeetad
thai cue of the chaplaiue be appointed. Three
of the chaplains were called down from au
uoper room,and, Rev. Mr Brown accepting the
task, amid a silence almost deathlike, the draw
ing commenced. The ti rut name tab en out of tbe
box waa that of Capt. Henry Washington
Sawyer, of the Ist N J. cavalry, and the sec
ond tbat of Capt. Jno. Piiua, ot the 51st In
diaoa When the names were road oat, Sawyer
heard it with no apparent emotion, ie mark iug
that aome one had to be drawn, and he could
stand it aa well as any one else Kliun waa
very white, and much depress*d. The pris
oners were then dismissal and the con
demned men sent to General Winder'a
olHce. Oa arriving there they were permit
ted to write letters to their friends. Sawyer
wrote a letter home and read it aloud to tbe
> detective standing near. Upon coming to the
i last part of it, saying "Farewell, my wife;
farewell, my children; farewell, mother," he
begged ti..i-e standing by to eae tee him, and
Liming aside bunt- file tears. K.ina eaid be
bad no letters tn write home, and only wanted
a piies*. Both meu wers returjed to tha Lib
by, and wiil be kc p* inclose confinement uutil
the day of tbeir ea-cttioii. which is not yet
fixe 1. Sawyer is a Pennsylvania" by birui,
and Fliun is au Irishman. The G mfedariit*
c Ilk-era shot by Biruside were executed for
recruiting iv Kentucky, aud that Gsueral,
when appealed io by the sister of ens of tb*m
to spur* Lis life, refused, with iheOurutal re
ply tbat be "had quit handling tLe rebellion
Dangerout Pritoner —Sims two weeks
siues we v iticiil th* fact that one of tbe pris
oners in the city jail, John Scott, hai ki I*l a
fellow prisoner, named James Powers, with a
brick, aud that be wae in eobttuemeot, to be
tried for bii lifs. Before tbe murder he was
com mitt-id, with a companion, for garrotiug
aud robbing a man io Ihe street; and to j tdge
from bis countenance, no criuia tonM bi
tbciughi of too horrid for him to perpetrate.
Oa S&'.arday afternoon last thin lasßßßais
male au attemot lo oix-to ', and had he not
beei promptly aecared would doubtless have
Bicycled. With mauy oiher bad characters
SjoU was eouriied va the nor»h side of the
jirl, that being most secure Knowing the
tiuui* of the Btlsei keeper for feeding aud
locking ttp.heaet to work and soon eat through
iul-r lb* south si ie When Sergeant Hall
went iiil'j tbe norm yard to lock ap lb« pri*
over* for tbe eveuiug, mMM slipped through
tbe hole be bad made iv ths brick partition
ir te tbe south aide, climbed up the grating to a
window in tbe second story, passrd tbrongh
' I'.e apeiture left in the second etory gfeitog ac
1 a "' loik oat ' into Ssrgmutt Hall * apsrtmeuu,
ibence down into tbe main yard, where be
; tl i jW opiiatbe gate to tue eoutheru cells, and
commenced calling loudly for tbe priconera on
that aid* to j j'tu bim. Fortunately the guard
beard bim, and, drawing bia hrearma.com
meueed ri .iug rapidly through the auulb g-.te.
i Finding himself iv danger Scotl ran m*u tbo
! aoath yard to easspe the bn>UU,seeing which,
I one of the sarvan a closed the au h gate »■ *'
I preveut*d ail escape. Siott ha» smoe b*<»u
; ironed aud will be lated for ia the felilß
i 'Ike Mihtu -Yesterday a number of cut
tma wbo bod beeu arrested by th i guard for
not r<»p«uding to the wi'itia call, aud Boat to
; Caotlo Thunder, held a meatiog in Ibat iaeti
-1 t.iunu, and, forming a eompnay, elected Mr.
J ~hu Baaaleux Captain. Ihey were than ia
I leamd, after reporting " *»*«•»*»»» «•»**•
Governor. A bo*«b, ebiedy fereigasrs, ar
leited for tbe same effeaee, wbo refused to
enroll tluaseelvee, are atill la tbe prleoiy
Pot in Service.— Hoary Joaeaaad Tblflsas
, Withernam, two soldiers, while aa a
Batardav tight, ealered Saaaa Nsadham's home
and took posasssioa of a beat af bason aad a
bucket. Shortly after tbey ware eaftatad by
watebmaa Creftoa aad partaar aad belted ap
tha night. Yesterday saeaaiag tba Recorder
asat them to tbe Faevaet Marshal, to be re
turned to tbeir eemmaaa.eestolalr a awsb bat
taied Mr petty ler ccc*.
day amraiag, two i mall? Tea&T'ffSS
anxiety to gas ta "rtßiiUJ LZammk
•loag tbe read aa|beMaamfaera!tta
dreaming sf ibe sbssßiiia bs theM wae Ar
ticket* of Caps. Ooora/e Javeaße flwT
fear ia camber, aad ordered ta ai *a tba mm*
leraign D awl*g aadlcuriaadagtheir aabee*.
they declared '— j f ■■ ' ~~ rmilmri '
tbeir herd', aad tbey ware osdersd tedfo*
mount Deemleg.disMStlba the batsas part
of valor, tbe Yaakeee apeedUy dtasaeaaead,
ware Ukan ia charge by a corporal. aad seem
after ware es sorted to Richmond by Master
Wathiaa Adams sad three cossparifcaas
The rrieona—At the Llbby JBBtßtfol 54
Yaakeee irom Atlanta were rseefveJ, aid lest
night a large lot come ia from tbe Boathwast.
At Cattle Tsunder Jeba T. PtnebeM aad
Wm J. McCoy, charged wi-b disloyalty, aad
Aloaao WaUo aad E P. WelU, Federal ds
aertera, were received foot Dahlia, Palaahl
county, Va John Delaac, I** ebtahaag assa
poria and aelliag them, waa also commbsed.
Bob Hyan and Jaa Logan ware ooaßsriuecL -
ta ibe lower p« Itee statloa yesterday, aware ad
with steaHag ffMO wartb af jewelry,Ue aaa
party of Miss fyter. ~ m .
/>a/W<*<c—The raster tbat Btshmiad vbbbj
ia danger apread thioigh bii ataaßJ lay*.
weeh, aad at oaee the yeeaaaary of the SMB
"• free poop le figbtleg for their beam*, tamed
ont by tbe haidrsds aad docked la Ms reeeoe.
Old men, tbeir loeke silvered o'er with tbe
frosts of many winters, raapnadsd to the sail
of tbe Governor—middle aged bssb are bare,
with their de. r gaos aad ratioas, ready for
the conflict—tue youth ef Ibe eoantry are
here—aad all noxiously awaiting tbe dastard
fm. We have rot noticed by aasaas or nam
pen tbe gallant defenders tbat have been har
ried to the capital from all parte of tbe State
by tl c cry that it wse In danger, for to do ea
would be to give information to tbo AboUtleo
taw; has Bta uot Improper for as to say tbat
Richmond ia walled la by wash eel nana of
pan iota as no hireling hordae aaa braaJk
tnrongh, aad that uo fears are aateriaiaad
for her safety.
The Treasury Clerks, composing a strong
company, retained "fromthe wars" yesterday,
and drew np in line io front of tae deportment,
about 11 o'clock, dusty, dirty, hungry, anil
ilm sty. Secretary Memmibger, alter congrat
ulating them on tbeir military appearance aad
tbe promptness with wLisb they exchanged
their pens for muskets at the call of thtir coun
try, gave tbem till 12 o'clock to morrow to rest
•tnd ret upentte, Wiien bs hoped to ace every
man at bis desk, armed wi h bia pan, and ready
for aervice. The clerkscoold bod no Yankees
in their marches, bat from tbeir QBjsraosß h»
discover the foe, we have no doubt that tbey
we v' 1 have proved themeslvee worthy toldteta
ia a noblo cause could they hare bad the plena
nra uf facing the invaders.
Rftunntii'—A gentleman who arrived hero
from New Km yesterday reports that a num
ber of servuuta win had beet taken from their
masiers by the Yankees, in the neighborhood
of the White House, bad returned, and that
others bad escaped, and were secreted in tea
wcuJs mil swamps, awaiting an oppditaahy
to gel bock lo their old homes.
St net Disturbance-J Am B. Allan, charged
wi b bring a pistol in th* street at a servant
named Sim. who resisted and raa from bim,
waa ti ied $10 by the Rioorder, add Sam woe
ordired to be punished by atripea
Hound Over —Alexander Bd wards, charged
with breaking tbe window g'ass ia -fie bona*
of Pbilip Ralph, appeared before tbe Recorder
yesterday, and, aft«r a hearing, was held t j
hail in the sum of $100 to keep the penes.
The Street*, in many plaeee, are In bad con
dition, and aa soon aa tho Yankee thieve*
urctiad Richmond ere disposed of, which will
take but a, few d ivs. tho Coaeotl ought to hate
The City Jail it certainly the most unsafe
prison to be found in the Commonwealth, ami
will have to be rebuilt, or very much Strang Ui
sasd, if prisoners are to Le held to it.
The Mayoa was not oa tbe bench yester
day, being eugsged ia other ssattsrs of moie
importance to the city.
IHE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG.
TER Y4FERRS I.SPORTED TJRR DRFiA t-
ED AND FALLlttti RACE Oft BALIIoUaE.
TUG CONFEDERATE LOSSKS.
The following dispatch was received by a
gentleman in this city yesterday. Martin*
burg ia only 3t> milee from Gsttyeburg, and
tba facilities for commnnisMioa are good i
MAa-nasauHo, July s.—Oen. Lee defeated
tbe enemy in (ho battle of Friday last Wa
look twelve thousand prisoners. Ws lost foor
Tue Ytuk*e army la retreating towards
Bah i aore. G*u. Lee ia tunning.
Geu. Btrhadale, of Mtaeiaetopi, aid o*ua.
Kempt r and G *matt, of Virginia, were billed.
Gen. Hood, of Teaas, was wounded.
Maktkshi*ae, Va., Jaly s.—At 6P. If.
Saturday Gen. Lee had changed bis frcnt acd
occupied ihe gronnd bs drove ths en*my from
in tne Ist and 21. Ilia whola army is iv ex
cellent spirits and Ihe master of the situ tt ion.
We have captured 12,000 ol the enemy. Geo*.
Pender and I'i.-kau are wonaded. Colonel
Avery,of X C,W killed, and Colonels Beo
nett and Porker wounded. Ewell's wagons
MißTissßitßu, Ja v »• — Reports today all
concur that there wa* a heavy Ugh*, yesterday,
iv which we defeated the enemy nd drove
him three mil m. A vast number of priaoaere
are teported taken by Oen. Lse. The prleon
era rafale to be paroled, aad are oa the way
to Richmond by tela place. This baa beea tha
blocdieat battle cf ths war. Oar lees is very
great—the enemy* immense.
Tho Yankee cnvdP/ injured tbe pontoon
bridges at Pali ing Waters, seven mites bom
this place, to d y and eaptored three wagono.
il'ue Baltimore Sun, ot the 18, re on
nouticed by a telegram ttaie't earns with iba
above, contains a su'.emeat tbat Johutton bad
defeated Great's army. New Yorb papers, aa
tats as the 4 b. say aothiag of this tumot*
Wbieh is probably nufouoded ]
Prill teat ABalr la W»tiera Vlsalela.
LtNtMßuao. Jay «-The eorreepoadaaas
of the Republican saye that oa tut M hot
Jon* aevenai bnwdred Yaahee eavoirv, ata
tleaed at L »ep Creeb, user Gsuley It idg» fc
were atueked by aboat two baedred of tba
8 b Vtrgiuia cavalry, aad tbe former wera
c>m,»i«iely rouUd. We k'dted am*. carrtuis t
sia.y priaoaere, aia«y boraes, a baadred navy
revolvers, with sabre*, ceibiaee. saddles, est*
dies. At *~ and loo*' aaa hilled, ire woaadeJ.
and biteen horses killed.
Maid ea the WMaUaesaa Bad Wstiea Malt
Ruriom, Jaly "fi—Hesse exeßeataat waa
omadoaed here yoeurdey ea aaaeaat of a
oavalry raid oa tba WliaJ-seaßad Weldom
Raiirid, at Waraaw. It is rassaiad that tba
nethiaff is eertaia. Gov. Vaasa addressed tba
aeoplTattbeCmrtlloase tbmmoratoi. AM
eulsiaa uo bsiaf earoUed for tbe Be fa are gt
tbe city iaaaamergeaay.
▲ letter to tbe Philadelphia Junior Mukua
that the eiptasad iiaaelad ABaaßa,jmb
Post hWyal, preree te be eat saSMaatty sea-*
warthy for active sarviee.
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