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It.it oi.r (i..n- rni!( nri'ou 'In- I.k'.ui f,r I. in, ami l.i not mean ll.nl l.o t-ku'l k: nl a lu.in h uiti n tit in if (In v run orntnl if. (t. f, r.irll in tf 1,:M' a Court of, liujiiiry to i-kamliic mi l tvyoti ujxti hi romluct in the ht!" Kvnfm ky ram- Jl i ini'l t lc nbtU liuic buim J the loan of l,iiinai,in Missouri, but we havo in) imniiuliifi given. .Some jarlit uhu of the bi.inbni .lmi lit ami Ootructioti ofahtrg" .oition of the town of iii. Mary's (ia , fire, given, it mi urn to have been occasioned by our tioojm Icing fired iion by the rebels lift r our boa! ha.l larlnl to leave the .hu e. There are var'n-u olln r item ol nit -Higr we, but noth ing of un cial in jioitaiiee. Much Uii been mid durinj; the pal k on the matter of changing the ban of oeraiioit in Virginia. i'cr liaii some tun v inimiie what is the banc, find bal i meant by changing j harveH ii ready and willing to giv it ? Li t u take Ihe caf of a farmer's j the increase lo intelligent and faithful lKy for nn . illustration. From the j npidie.vi.m. No matter w hat amount time be i able lo work on the. farm,;'" demanded for the army and navy, lilt ho bvcome of age, bf !m but , j m "ddiiiim to that required for home r . e . .. ii...,:i.:. ! cniisumotion. if we are couiaccuiH. OuM oi t'H I ai .t..i; , it. nt i .- f..'M - - o iho laaiiic where he wo bom, where faithful and induMriuUs, we can irpro U jiareni live, where ho ha biJ lr, annually, to snpi-ly the demand chamber and hi f lollies, and mar to ! ' tenl that nijudies may he U ili lmrn lln enrn-hniisfl. the i cows, ratlin and horses jugs, poultry and Uecp, and where be lays in his U'ibCi of adt;A nntl other pocd thing for winter, and jmU a little money in hi ehot far n rainy day. To Lim the bouu nntl barn, with all their Mirrouii'Uiis implement, earls fdow, harrows rnke, hoc, axes and mowing machines is the Uitt of hie . oi. coition, Thn from ) ( nr In year lie poes out from the gnihe place nnd returns to it again. At length ihu time arrives when be thinks il i. necessary to chanpo his base, lie engages a part ner to share hoi fortunes ; buy bin) a farm, in ur by the old homestead, it may be, stocks it with homes cattle nnd ftli-p, provide generally the tun-1 terial ft working hi new fartn.make a respectful bow lo the inmates of the old family nuiOMoii, takes his compan ion; and pailtu r t i hi new boue,lap out hi plan for e t. ducting tlm bui- j tic.s of hi farm, a the master of hi t new position ; and thus (ho farmer boy cbangfS hi base of operations which he thinks has fom advantages j over the old one. To come of our j leaders tUU iihi-liaiioii of a change! of bJ9 will be cifet tly intelligible. Thus, daring lie: present war, our annit!. a thev have advanced from plac to place, have cbow n Mime base i And it did arouse lhcm. See what of operations. So nctimes it is Wa-h- j they have done. The civilized nations iugion, sometimes it is New Orleans, ; of the world are astounded with a Memphis, Na.hviUe, St. I-ouis Louis- knowledge of the extent of our re vilie, Forirt Monroe, Yorklown, ; sourct and the industrial energy and Newborn, Beaufort, or any poinf .kill of our jeople. It is almost as whirh lusy afford a convenient and though the fiat of Heaven Lad gone wcur pUef for army lupplie, or to forth and covered the bread lands with fullback ujxtu, in cas of defeat or ; bristling bayonets, with the tramp of rteeir. So the Army of the Po- mighiy war lom-s, and more than torn a, that Ins .f hit been operating half a million of men, ready to sae- J North and Wot of Wa-hirgion, bav-1 ritice o try thing but liberty and the j tnjl that city a the chief base of it free exercise of our holy religion, to; mpplie, and wh'a-h hat l-en moving pn il an l qui iit.li the tau of all ll.i a'oiig on the t. 1st tide of the Blue ' woe human slavery. Ridge, while the enemy were moving ' An4 ,e ame migl.sy energies l.uvc down on its wct side, let changed j.n j;,jdaw id iu regard to ihe i.avy. I direction low ard Frcderitk' org. p. $, Hari,.ly mure than ft Uilre Mskir-g Aitia Creek iti 1am. TLh nmi, whin lie pennant of aa Arnrr- , p!e 1 beast of Wa!.incton, oji ;,.H!, Kr vet-el ci.uld rarely be ectn tV.i IoU'rfte, and bat a rai:m:d rue,- m ii.e At!.u..t - :N tbwrong!!y bad , ntrig lo Fr.der kl.urg. and frr ni the right .-m of our wtr l,rt-a re tbet e pti t R'c!:tii'fsd. utJ,X' 1 by the .-han'A Ie..-s trxachtry of TKa upj lie for the a; my tun be l.'igh oi.-iU of the ffou-rniutat. Hut, broygk Id Acq-i'a Crick by w..hr, lo! ih tb.o -.'! Utt r,ul tessfls; and from there m fora anlel to lie now uutcb.-r maie b ur or live hun- artnT an it tusv a'vance aiifil the ...f.rt il. il.- li8 lowirdi P.al.'Stlitt Tl !S b;-c n 1 f:-M n '- li V, S..I.V l !,f -itl K" I" ('"IT:, i . ' I 1 I! ulull our HttHV dt if- S'lili'!. I'.ut wltit .'l ths r.-'i't r main , t ( .-,,.(:. N m prt dit t the po-. .,., ,,f j;;, J i( J(T iitT tn...,pi J : (, Wv L.J it may be s. ' lit V l..llf htaid llatC'V If) I,.! ( lC tirv .-t j piling U A.td tli ( i i t ; l" l t . C oinao ;iutl onfiili nro. We ri.t y the fi.iiuwin n-tnaik frt tl.u X -'. J'atmtr, 1.or tlit-y "i V' nr f':rii, wn j am t n, tle uti.r.ti.m of our r'J-r : j S fur llw romiuon inifiiie of j - . I .. 1! lif'-' ''. i in !, iii it llioii'itn If.. i ', .''?! Us t c "J it (vfJncc in '" A "'r' M-J iirportalioiin of alii Biiiilt s of liiKuty, vo a lo Mojiike J.f- j iiihim! for j;oM to ft n-1 aluoml, anil j ;!"' ciu-yf wl.. lia r of po!! ! '""J m1' r, or j iij..;r, will l.uvc a stvaJy j jalu, an ! U. oricts of ariivli will j ',a 1 tl flucMati.m a they l.av i 1 1" Tc!o)'..rf. Ail we ih il is, fimfulnirt '' tnh utUr, und voufnlnue in the i 'Jut eminent, tliat it will faithfully ilia- rhargc it obligations to the M-ii!f. J.rt us, then, one ami all, cultivate this coi.fi J.i.ce, and pro.-s on, not only to coinjilt ic ihe j.hms alreaily rnnuV, but to initialc others that shall introdtu'u new tlemci.li of inJustry and pioi I erily. lie who t!.ndi idly by wiih fohhd hniidrt nnd n doubling, Uniting heart, is a coward, as such conduct leads di rectly to the Iom of everything vvhieh we have so nobly gained, name, na tion nnd r.ro'pcct.s and would result in reducing us to nubjcction to an un irineijiled oligarchy, which would in troduce slavery, and wailing and woe all over our fair nnd beautiful hind. Lei u, then, we ask again, have confidence in the government and in each other. Our noil does not wiih hold its bounties, and the Lord of the CXlliHlSfeil. In thi rvspoct, we ore tho favored nation of the world. The monstrous waste occasioned by the. rebellion, ihe w ithdiawal of hundred of lUoii'nmU of productive l.iborers from our farm?, and the constant demand from abroad, docs not exhaust the vast granaries tf (heir menus of support. And to of the meelmnie arff. The ?; enii,g of tho rebellion found us ut terly incapable cither of (ifsault or tie fence. Our arsenals lm.l been slript of arm and ammunition. Our ships of war what few wsre. afloat had been ordered into foreign feas ; two only, the Hrookhjn and Harriet Lane, remaining; on a coast stretching along the Atlantic border for two or threo thousand mile. And this was not all The high officers of the government, the faithless nnd perjured wretches, who had sworn upon the altar of God to preserve the Constitution and the law , with one hand upon the Bible swearing allegiance, were throttling the nation with the other, in tho cor- ruption of the officers of the army nnd navy, and in reducing the power of the free Stales by every tncam which a most ungodly ambition could devise. This state of thing seemed necess ary to arouse ihe energies of our loo confident people in the free Stales Jr.l. mI me sUaa- b. ft Ton a:il Writ appoints!, w itl hearts a Coi)neu-Ji r, . I .' 1 I . i t.. !, ' r . s r . m f ,.-,.t of !' ! . j..,., Pil,r, ! .v (.: 1 . It. 1 ! 1 I . . . & !o '- i ' . l.'y. , rv f .,, nri , i it' 1 p-o " i ' i i "! r MfJ ! ti it !'! 1 1 j roii, mi ! .j ( M, a? fir a ," !. . : ll r a I f ;N i! n! viit ti it'!, fpiii ! v-H iii .f a i.k'.l Mitiil tua-l ftiutitk'H. rci;iil lo an oil utnl iiii.--lii-V.f.! ul lie, i irti iJ.ouj.rti .y ji'ti' ! cu-!i.ii), 1)' aj'j-iiitili '1 liiirwlay, I -v, it. I. ml. i r Mii.l, " li.ilt biti!. s" ul j t'.-r -Hi i.f li c, 6 tlty for Tl,;n.kv:.v- not stn-w-r i.ow . c ir.si-t Live - tt-iuatio, iMTj;i',ic mi.iI jtri ili !it j'-- ii, n, .v iii n that will produces!! that in ih mandrd J.y (lie cx;gi iicie of the times arid bring our in.iue brvthreti to obed.i m e and duly." l.ot or SOtled. Manv of the friend of the Sol lier nr in lim hal.it of gelling a quantity f f pood tl.'n gs together, pulling them in a box and sending them to ihe Lojs. Lut tin re is ruiuh Laznrd that w hut is thus sent v. ill be damagi d if not ruined by the proee-s of tran-f ort.i ti.n. Much Care is run fary in aek- Jng fl!iclc lor their dc.-tiration, if we would Ic Pure t! a! ihey w ill arrive iu good older. The following from the A". '. Sjtdatur will ijhibirato our meaning : "A member of a XcwYoik volun teer regiment nf pnsent "away down in Dixie," thus a. knowledges the re ceipt of what idiould have been u bos uf valuable : ' I went down to Ihe chief quarter master's yesterday and got my box. I nm sorry to say that (lie contents were in aily nil destroyed. All that remained good was a few apples, prob ably four quarts. The corks had worked out of the bottles, and the hit ler were empty. The jar of pears and the jar of berries were broken. The vinegar had all run out of tho jur of pickles, and you may imagine w hal kind of a mess there was. What things were on the top were pood. When anything is sent in hollies, the cork should be tied down with strong twine, as wax will not hold iu this climate. I was not tho only one who lost some valuable things. One of the boys received u box ut the aamo time as 1 did, tin: whole contents of which were spoiled, viz : a suit ol clutlies, a w hole cheese and two hundred cigars, Such is camp life. Aim it pleasant ?' IIOMK MATTl'.US. Uksignation. At tho last annua! meeting of the Trustees of the Uurr iV P.urton Seminary, held July 7. JKC2, ihe resignation of the Principal was presented mid accepted by the Hoard; and the following re.-olufion passed without dissent : J. Akheuson, Ctnh. To the Trustees vf Uurr $ Jlurton Srmiimry : It is now-six years since at sour solicitation I returned to ft post which I had once occupied for nearly thrice that period of lime. 1 nm well aware that at my time of life it becomes me to think of the propriety of retiring from responsibilities which should rest upon younger nhouhlers. I therefore proffer to you, gentle men and friends, my resignation of the office of Priucipal of this Semina ry, to take effect at the close of No vember. With sciilimenls of sincere person al regard for you individually, and my thanks for the generous confidence of the Hoard, I nm, with esteem, Yours truly, J. I). WltKIUJl. July 9, lb 02. Jlcfoherl, The- Hoard of Trustees lender to the Her. J. I). Wichham, D. I)., their cordial acknowledgments j for ihe marked integrity and general j ability with which for nearly a qtiar- tca of a century he ha sustained the responsible position of l'rincipal of this Seminary ; and that for his self sacrificing labors for its prosperity, ihe Foard will ever cherish lasting grati tude. And that wherever Providence may cast lo lot, llieir uest wishes shall follow him, and prayer for hi li.gui'si g.u nun uiippinvss. i .1 ... J I I .:.... I CsKtiiAOK Shop. H. K. Water-( house, of Factory Point, is prepared to furnish Carnatres. Iiuffsies end - ' Wagon at reasonable prices and on short nothe. Board Planing. Repair- !.. ,M.I llIn fo.,1 ripr...ri.i.T.!i.1 fa. I.I. c " -" ing also done on reasonable terms. See a h ctiiseuienl on third page. llei on, he s-.ys " This, good fiielids, Ex. ,de Taxis. -By reference to is the Svuth of which we bait o ,r adv-rt;-ng columns it will be n-i-is In. ar J and read so much, that we had that the Colli-cior of the First Dlstikt.iiiiiigiried wc were i-oming lo a Lunl of tli State will be at Vat.-h flip's Ho wing witU milk and honey ; where Hotel on the 7th and -I'll of Dec. the sUti was scarcely long enough oat prox. The inalties for ii-.m payment of sight to give time fur re-I, fcnd of tax- may be learned by reference where the field were white with trop to the aJvcrtlocment. growuig ahu'j-i sjsiit.uiiouely, t.' y - r ,! v. u. . . i ... s; : 1 ill l' " i... Si u-.! v r i s, Our - ' : i i-f ;i 1 ' r i r i,t. Ai i :! r,, ..) l i t k Si ll 8 J' ui ,t ; v, i r l.i.-U t- ! iiiiJ. 1'i I t 1 r. 1 - J . I 1 ii r.i:,!. (! iit.i- Tiuvhv;n is,. Tin.' (iurni.r j aii.l i'rairf. 'J lii rr.'l:iiii:iii u iw i!l Lt; louml on tl.u f"urilt j:ic. l i in l tn I tl'i Id iiiifiit. t'AMl 'l !!M.1N T, Y;i., ) Nov. 10, ls(. r I'e tr Journal : Ik in oihs among j the few eeiping the fhnmre of go-, ing out on jjii ket to-tl.iy from Co. C, ! I will improve a few of my leisure j moments in jiennirig a few line for your cclniiino, allltoiiph 1 have but little or no new to write. The winibf-rin Va. is. icel ha, been for the past'fvw dav .n1.1i,.. 1 ... t.l i .. cloadv, iiml raining a considcnille gaare of the time and it is j unph'aal:! under foot. qually We are at present busily engaged in building log huts for winter quar ters ; they are lo be 100 feet in length by 20 feet iu width, and each barrack is calculated to eeommodate one com pany I think, when finished, Ihey will make quite comfortable quaiters, and should we be allowed (o remain in I hem this winter, with plenty of mtiont, we shall not come out Spring poor. Since we came to this camp we have la-en provided with good ra tions, and enough of them i for proof of which 1 would mention the fact that your correspondent has advanced in weight, since leaving M , about j'ftvn pounds, And there are some in this company who have done even bet ter than thai, which I think is fsiiftici enl evidence of our good ti in jf at the present time. The fivo Vermont regimenls are! still in camp here, and each are build ing barracks for winter quarters, I believe, a ficl which indicates for us a winter of "masterly inactivity." Within the pn.st week, live members of Company C have been detui h. d yom i. company Two, William Il.j A -.1 Kinne and Myron 01, a-ou, to go in- i tMj 7 1 "' ':'u ru s Jiegmn lit, .Sa to tin; Tlligadi- Ambulance eorpj ; and j livu !;"d, colored." Frank .'vi.ii ii, C. V Chapman and! Lai:ki G. Mi:ai, the Vermont Win. A. Biark, to go into the Brigade 1 artist, is about lo sail for Europe, to Band. spend a yntr at Home. Vermont will There are but two, Henry h. Ken- not be ashamed of him among the scul you and S. P. Sheldon in the hospital, j ptor of the Kternul City. lie ha They have b.jcn quite sick, but are inq roving- Amos. Boynton, of Co. K, is also in ihe hospital. lie has been qnite sie!, but is getting better. Latxk. 7 p. m. Orders were read on Dress Parade to-night to the ldrh H. gitm nt to be ready lo move immediately, in light marching order, ?,''ih 100 rounds of cai fridges to each man. They are !o move by rail, des tination unknown. I understand that the 13th and loth Regiments receiv ed like orders. This looks as though there was something to bo done, if fighting, may ihe 1 -1th have a "fing er in that pie " loo. Thursday Morning Nov 20. Last night a sad, but we hope not fatal ac cident, occurred to one of our men on picket. Charles II. Pond was t-hol, the ball entering the right breast, pas- sing through nnd coming out under the shoulder blade. It is not ihought tliit the lun? was affected, if not. be o will with good care recover, the Sur geon thinks. The pun by which be w as shot, was in the hands of a mem ber of Co. I., who was giving Pond Some instructions in the manual of I arms w hen the gun whs accidentally jjscimr(.(i Youts Rep'y, A. j We have teceived a h fter from one lof Ihe soldier in the 1 1th Regiment, i wlio signs himself Monitor," but we 1... . ...... t.! . ...... 1, i...l.. i1... . i. . l .ooii, ui.3 o o..,; oi, icw . extracts. After speaking of the severity of ti.e rtc.nt snow siorm in Virginia, and stating that the regiment had . .r. Ir. K L.....I, I.. ll... tl.i jjoi.v nicinuuiu in uii; ci..nn ui their muskets, be says " The foil is clay, and a little rain or snow makes ; the ground qu.te slippery, and a short j wall; in unv direction will make a man ; a land hold, r in real earnest, or rath-, c-r if be is not careful, the hind will j !i.,!.l t.im f.r l.rt M'itt l,nv Ill(.r !-! "v ' laehi .-d lo hi. bis-.ts than would serve for lie side of a ituall fuit." And ur- ( p i-f a . itkw I J t ;i I !V ' j. r !. i' ,.f 1 r t ' 1 i 1 i S.ui ( r..r v ! H I ! 1 H it ! . 'l i !;! ' 'I IMII 1 ti, t . II mi o'.-l . rtM- nt f.-r !llr I'll : !,ll t,ri". 1 Jl- il. it.'v. i.atko i!in ( la.' ! tltut it f..i;M If ni n into 1i i. k ll.-y wiul i ti.t in'.. nr.jr l.tiri)!'-. ; l.-.t win ii it 1..-H taiix'tl a f- ' . ! i a mt.i:.ir l-nl, tt!i ll.c I '('' ki... Li .1 out. 1 hi'iir k; t . u; :i! I; ! ciiinfl Si. it? !iy h i)iii!i' li;oi a kmt on ' iLr fiitl of lii tail ; it U mi t!i;il a j" r- nKI call .'i t a (.'iii'.l Itoil t . I nil t!. !ii o jt of l!"' iiiti l li.-li -." We !ltll,.. I ke to in ar fioin Moii-1 : nor ni-i. Wrmuiit Iti llis. Drsru or Krv. Hi:. Minmi In llcnnii gton, Nov. 17th, Uev. ( i- o. n iu,.,., ti n !.-i..r nf Kt v. i. f r's Church, liennington. In the death of the Kev. Dr. Man - scr the Slate has lost ono of it moi valuable ri'.iens, t.ociely one of il most devoted, zealous and faithful Clergymen. Dr Manser was for ninny years a :l... r .l:. ... ..l T. . .. " TVM"V"1 x"" vouw' nPr,or I of C'1'"-t Wxlh '" thia village. He- I fore his entrance inlo the ministry, he was engaged in the legal profession, nnd held many offices of trust and honor from his fellow citizens lie was for many years Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs, and at the time of his death was Superintendent of Common Schools at Heunington. lie ha been, foi sonic fifteen years, a Delegate from this State to the Gen eral Convention of the TroU'Slant Episcopul Church in Ihe United Stale, and was tho Secretary of the Con vention of this Diocese. The an nouncement of his death will cause deep regret lo a large circle of friends throughout the State. Free J'ress. The 8tii Vermont. In Gen. Hutler's official report, dated Nor. 2d of Gen. Weilzel's operations in Iouis inmi, he makes mention of the 8th Vermo-it as follows : " I cannot too much commend (he energy of Col. Thomas with his regiment, the 8th Vermont, who have in six days open ed fifty two miles of railroad, built nine culverts, rebuilt a bridge, burned by the enemy, four hundred nnd thirty five feet long, besides pulling up the rank grass from the truck, which en- 1 t'l't'ty impeded the locomotive nil the w:,.v Iu this work they were assist- been of late at Monfpeiier, with a busl of Gen. MeCleUan, of cabinet size, which is highly spoken of for its ex quisilc workmanship nnd correctness of delineation. Mr. Mead is to bo. accompanied to Europe by a sUler. They arc to sail Dec. 10. Lscp.ndiaries. Two boys Win. Rockwell, Ira Doty aged 13 and 11 year were arrested and committed ona charge of setting lire to a stack of hay belonging to C. 11. Munn, Esq., of Rutland, on Friday lust. The stack contained about four ton of hay and was all consumed. Hoiisks yon the Army. Capt. R. W. Clarke of Bratilcliore and Col. A. . Preston ot Ihe t. Cavalry j Regiment have purchased and sent ' forward lo Washington 252 horse for j rll'J- They have also ready and which will be sent forward in a few days 22 more. I'wenls. 1st Vermont BhiwAPE. Gener al Howe, a new Brigadier, Is now in command of the 1st Vermont Brigade. We see it stated that he was in Gen. Casey's division while that Gen. was onthePeninsuU; that he is from Me., a graduate of est Point, and was cnplairi in the lib artillery before re ceiving his appointment a Brigadier- Rkiucki.. The Franklin County Tl ill . . , . t . !? lieraiu nt comracica nsen in ti.e, i,. .1 !. : .1 to vouiuvrnci mc v j.iiiisiuii iii int; , p.iceoi paper. In Orwell, burglars have recently stolen jewelry and silver ware of con- ?j Jcrulile Value V t I.ut.( Malrs ,,,,,,.., .,,,,. aion. ,.. c , llUOn IMHM, .11 I . fulf i l, r Washington, D. C Sept. I.4, IftC. ' h,v w n ( e(.m, . . .... .. aL'ent for the cti i usion ol mtorm.it.on,' ; and the Collection of money and sup- plies in Ubftlf of the Sanitary Com- missi'Ki, t hereby authorized to rep-! resent our interests, and to speak in our behalf and to collect mwti.y an 1 tupplies for us, ia tb Sute of Maine, ' New Hum; .hire, Vcriiioi.l, and Cvii-; neetieut. , HKKRY W CK1XOHK. Pm,Unt. . .. ...... "-a1. V- I'-.-; " . t ' . ' r I . ! I :. Wt. tit v;-! i. ;.. I. AtJ, r. It (i ;!" i! ;! v ' i.r ri:Hr.is! S ihr t-.f- I! ti t !. ! vf U T. W, II 1! U- I !v. of .!:!' fvi !'.t .-. nt..t .. ! t . !k' r-j i r t tv. t ; an ! ti liim t: r i il.i't fi ;l'.. :' .-i ! i . iul ft' iit of tin- : I l". S. .Vit.-Urv C'li.tin'--':." i fr M i:i. i ; N'i H:i!n;i-li'ir, tin. ! (, nn.J to) l i- !ii ut. ISfUHW ai;i t V.S..U. I. r ' .M A. T. I"I,r. ' .f , ):' :!.,..!, M, . jr.im n Ji kit, ci. ... r.vi s. riktiV, ;r. ' ,". . Moiitji. Ii. r, Yt., November, iH'.'i, The work of the CommisMoii it ino lliell-e. It w ti i . ould re.jutrt volume to oil il forth in detail. Those only can j fully ininphrchf ml it, who make it an jobjeet of cart lid ntlidy lllitl attention. j Its aeoouipli.-him nts will fin m a ''"lnant a-.i ini, ,, ,:,g poitmn : of the history of this deplorable war. I . . I . . and will shed a halo of light and glory "re' "'1")' J'"k l1 Movi wanted innv. Cannot every town contribute at once, and for once, as m my Ju'Jart lo be applied for the relief and comfort of her brave men in the field, as she has sent into the field ? or as many (timet as she has inhabitants ? 1 1 is earnestly requested that Clergy men, Postmasters, and prominent per son of whatever profession, will take nn immediate and active interest in this call, and endeavor in their sev eral localities, and in such a manner as to themselves seems mobt expedi ent, lo raise and send lo the under signed, care of Postmaster, nt Mont pelicr, Yt., such contributions ns the people are willing to make. Where other and more effectual measures have not recently been taken, nor are about to be taken, to raise funds for this object, it is earnestly recommend ed that special contributions bo called for on the 4th of December in am. congregations assembled for ' Thanks giving and Praise.' What more ac ceptable offering lo God for hi boun ty, and what more appropriate ex pression of gratitude, than a liber d contribution in aid of those who are periling till in the camp and on the battle-field, to save their country nnd transmit good government and free in stitutions lo succeeding generations. Receipts will be immediately sen! for all moneys received, and the hi v ernl conlrihutijiis will be acknowledg ed through Ihe leading public journals of ihe Slate. What is done will be doubly valuable, if done quickly. This agency will continue ill! (he fifti ( nth of December next, gi ing nil time lo respond. R.peeKiilly, &c, W. II. IIADLEY, Special Arent U.S. Sun. Cum. WAR NlTMMAIiY. WKpSKSPAr. . New York, Nov. 18. A Warrenton correspondent of the Tribune ha the following! Gen. Burnsidc has not disappointed tho nr. j my, the Adminstralion or tho loyal! twxinlii nl turiri Tim .,,.11,., ,.f tl,,. I, . . muui.it ia iiLTiiiu unuer iiiarcnini; or- , (tufa I ,nn Vntci nut- tist,. s., ............ . . . en-rou(e fornn important point, which, ! as it will take two days to reach it, I will not name. The re I It of this village, in order to console' themselves for seeing this large host march through their streets, are circulating the report that Jackson has fallen from his Mountain Heights upon our rear, and that we are rapidly fleeing from him. twicer that two corps should fly from one, and tint in tho direction of Richmond. All Jackson can now get in our rear he is welcome to have. Gen. Lee will soon require the services of Gen. Jackson in front, if he has not been already ordered to join the main body of the rebel army. 7Viftitn Wfcliin"lon rnrri'Minmh tic i t , , , Lieut. Col. Ludlo.v to-day declared exchanged nil the officers and men Lptured at Munfordsville, Ky., jn .I,,., 1... I .....1 r,,, tn ,.,,.,,.,, t J... J.ltv.ii i'l it.i, inf. iiw ,i, iuiiiw tsi . ,. ,. . l . . i ., Indianapolis and ready fo take the 'I hey number about 4000 men ; Ulo all the Iroopt captured at liar-! , . U" - r.nv-'a Ttrrv u m. I tin us in r'ttuii ti f!. I- ! i j - i i-airn finrrilierin'r iilOO. wlio n re order- --fc - - o p . TJiinsriAr. New i ork, isov. U). A special dispatch to the Herald, n)anded by Col. Cardin, which hat says the latest information from liar- m.n scour;n3 country between per'a Ferry, represenU Stonewall ; tttl,vjie nn(j Clarksviile during the Jackson a Wling ba k. This means ! . . ....... r.tarnt., .f, ven . ... .... i....,:,, .,, ;,.: i...'. ..,: 1K1U lie II liun.n..",, . .-. jaru.v with hi full command. i j,. yuhm mrTl:$ll0nihn,t , t ., , . :....ii.,. t.t: t ... ! I lit? iH' pit 'ii i-tiy i;riii:ru i- ( ri.yiaVt Mf,.t il,-u tie nn.irt Udy of ! (, inny 15W fnM...,l n rf.nf.,v a jnt between our army al, HUmoni. Jackson and Stewart ftre j.t U) ),.iKf.,.n Cu'pfppcr and -jVarrei.ton. A gentleman who arrived bers on ...... t.. erl.m ,..,;. r,,.,.l- uhi.h t,:u- m b-ft (hut morniri2. avt the ' . rtlxd force at Frederick, Mtcompamet J y nirp? rs! v-sr r t j 1 1 riK.T !..! H i ! t s t ( mr'oy, of. 1 r C.-n. r...-r-l. i-i!r:i'.t.h -.y the faib-m.t is :'t ' I ' ! 1 i " . I" Kt. hnvoii 1. rt lt.!f b'eir" r ."e. Wl.lo P..iy n.r r.f,i,y n at' Kalii't.:li in Slim t,, if,,, r, ,'lf o, ie I f.re from tt-ti r pier, s f nrtil ! y st.i'i .ti.-.l on a loll iu t!i r"!f I n h rii k-Uurg. It a trphedloby 1'ililt' New York bjllery, ho ooi silennd it. Our battery w.u firc.r from l he ide of the road, in ihe rear ..r i'..i. i. i ... .t . i ... .i . . nfi..ii.it, ni. ii notion (mi uie var- ' " iv cviicii.'ii.oii iv iik rc h I se. the li.wn fii.iiide-tructii.il. Our ci'in : pun. lent h- ard an engine whintbng in the town, and it htu eta I lot reached ; Richmond, wilh wmd that the troop ; were time. I 111 o r. Tlie following is from (he Grena da A p. al : ChallniiiHign, Nov. lib Foiicat't cat iihy hail a klrmih wiih the Federal on tho Franklin road Tuctdiiy. Our h win two killed. The feJernls wero reinforced, ami Forrert withdrew. Kirby Smith is at Challnnooga tick. The Savannah Republican of tho 13th, says that on Sunday InM tho Fcde-rnls altempled to bind at St Mnry' but weie repulsed. The gun- ImhiIs then shelled and completely de- stroytd the place. Cliicngo, Nov. 19. It will lie remembered that nt Kir by Smith's division of the lebel army was leaving Kentucky, some of tint pickets ensured and hanged, in thn vicinity of Cumberland Gap, Capf King nnd fifteen other loyal rititcus On llinrsilay, I he OHi lust., t party ofloyulnien vinited tho vicinity of lliukncy's Corners, two nnd a half milts from Big Rot kcnitlo river, and captured a party of nine men, belong ing to different corps of Ihu relielt ar my. The captives were held in cu tody but a short time, nnd then were executed upon a tree nol fur from tho scene of tho outrage 'perpetrated i short time ago by Kirby Smith' pick cts Washington, Nov. 20. Infoiinaiiori from the army of tho Potomac lo-day h lo the effect that tho Rebel cavalry iq proiiched War reiiton recently, 10 reconnoitre, but Gen Plcasiiniou's cavalry pave lhcm n severe eheik near that place. j Aceounl from Falmouth, dated to- l-'.vi 'hal dining yesteiday p. m. j tlm enemy s picket were scattered along tho bunk of Ihe Rappahannock, and conversed freely with our men, but no firing took place. Only one small camp o( the enemy was visible last night. New Yoik, Nov. 20. A special Washington dispatch to the Philadelphia Inquirer, dated lh lSlth, sin ihe latest intelligence from tin. ri.lii.l in in v tnvi llinv litiirii li.wiit I J J J i mulching into Richmond for several ; , , ,, . , , . , '.days, and that nonj remain behind ' i oxtrpt Jackson nl Stunrt, with part of Hih corns, who aro between Cul pepper and Wnrteulon, and who will ; no doubt fry to harrass our advance i on to Richmond. i Tho Rebels will nol give battle this I side of tlmir werkt around Richmond. They have had nearly 10,OOy pulienU in Richmond the lust month, and the hurrying into the fortification of their army hat no doubt struck ter ror lo their ranks. 8 AT I' U OAT. Headquarters Aamy of ihe Poto- mac, Nov. 2Jsl., ) A demand has been mado to ihe authorities of Fredericksburg for its surrender by 5 p. m. It rot complied with, 10 hour to be iiermiticd for the I removal of women and children, sick, I i i. i i .. i .. . .i .i e .t - .i. woundd, and aged, at th end of which the city la U tt .Lelled. ill UlC Uimtllllll l Wl. UlllllWI, i .i .i., .r i. .,.,.! ! ,11 I a reply was uind-: that they should i , 1 ' . Uispuie in.: o... wjiaoon oi iov-voj wnu j a great force, and a complaint muli I that the 1G hours wat to hort time L.i ..e.. . . .,., r tU, ib,b,'1(1j : , . Jt.mjnJ AVashlngton, Nov. 20. Special to the Tribune. -An cipes dition of 2 regiments of infantry, com- j(1 he'v c-iplured 43 IteUls, cigljeei u ,,;, ,w, m B1ket'.. Thi hol.-Ioliit. ov. 21. - - -t - ' Tlie Baltimore Aurian publUhca a , tter dale. t Willimtbarg, Nov. 20ih (h-ti. Kaaton M-iit rcconnoir ( : from fiarj.. r's Ferry towards ( barb, , town, ami it em o-jutered i'-jQ lleUU 'shove llaibtown and drove tkwu ' through Charleston n, shelliiig Hient i ,.i..rw otiriGrturiilV. .Several liOie in ti.atiesiown wen .. .4 l... ,.. it . .1..!!. or two. "u' ' .11 ltT, HI,' e. ,' : .