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LA"V3 OF VERMONT.
. 1 1 tit f mii, l: . IT, An A-i j " i V- f -r I W ft- J tiij lf t f ill La: -i Sl j ! !.. k 'i i Stji't mat -.1 v.r,bf:,t tj i.f Oor-r-- r- f I J!y .!", It tl !' -y - Ac. Sf, t. ft f. ic.f. i.f !u k rr, In ? vii"iy of FrankHn, ad . 15. !;, of Rutin'!, ia t-s- i-ju?j JUiiam, are b rtt y ( il I'd cM Itt L halite, Itli J be. t 'f .f l Stale '4 Vermont, to o!- 4"! (ntiff f'um, the United IvMt l,f nt, ail Ijt I S.-riji to aijii b iid Sia'e niy Urniiw rr- i!i!-d wnJ-r an art of tise (if"?tc ! ; fi.itrd aj j n d July 2, A. I. '."'I, f i.ti(l'l 'i 1 A -lit I'liliif ;: ud la Sit" an I Irrritirir ahu-h haU prwiid-" (V.n2' fr t!ie trm4ii - r ot yi"ri uuarr, ni me inrt u.u n: a I . : i hc. 2 The af.irr.aid ?rnt, are .ar,l.y atl,ori.J and r.hel to n.ake ueh e xamiration of the puV I , ! land a are ul j- rt lu pra:e t ti-! 'ry a d proear Hi infui ru uion in ; t- tata-n tit the name, s they inny j.i Ipe ! will be iiw'ful in the dioal and h- ration of the Seiip tii' iit ottr d in he r ft feli'n of I'd net, and they tire' Hii!hori'-d 10 aell. or a!"!! the tuiiue. ! I . aty part thereof upon mieh lent, j j t.iid condition they t.hal! d-em will he mot ndvait:i'i!jii to the Slate; I'roriiled the (lovernor if the Slate i hall approve of all uih !ei or a kiiiimtit. S-e, 3. The agent nppoinled by I hi. ru t (.hall hold their nnttoi'itnicnt fn-one v ear, and until their mee. o flwii he, appointed, and before en- terit,j,MiiKm(he.hiti.oftheirapjioiiit-!l,aJ0H"1 :,n lit. each liall five kind, w itli g.Kxl rnd fuffii-ient irety, or auritica to the Stat.) of Vermont, in the sum of fifty! hec- J- tisaetMia not be con i;,,io-and dollar, the caid bond to be !,,rU( J ,0 di-ehargo any t f the finer !j proved by the Covetnor, and ,h,.ofaid h )i)d, other than those named ,.'.. i!..l with the Secretary of State. jin ,hl; ,ir"1 M'r,ion of m"f' "' ,v,' f he in udi Um a he .Irnll di-r'"'1 ,l" of the In m fit there- ! (, mid ail euiditui.l for tlie return j0'" t th-: Tretvurer of tha Ktate of nil! StC- ' An7 Vnon iinmed in the s . money or other t-ccutiiie ob.iMrrt ,,;"0" " '" "' Jfinn d or reeeived lor h hem lit ol thU Slule, and for the faithful jter f iiniaik't' of iJ 'lie dot fi of their of tlif. See. I. Ri4 neiiti t-hnll mnke an ts. -A rfport to the (invernor of the St!ii;t of all their doing under this act. fW, 5. The Governor of the Smte is hereby Buthoruid to receive r'ipoMil for such doniitioti-i of lainl, I uihlitg, ai.d fund, as may be len 1 futut any part of the State, or ire ui any pet von or ieron, for the .,r,w,..ofetahlUhin!rn Colleen ,. c.,idin to the proviiom. of the act of jn8! lH aiJ hwA or ('ongn -. heretofore mentioned, and j a"' of m report the ?nme to the next Legisla-1 See. C. The Hon. Levi Underwood, t jrp j of l'nrlmjjioti, i hereby Hpiiitod an Sec. f. If either agent appointed as' tt of the State to execute, and ile h thw art, hhull rail to give bonds as liv. r. in due form (.flaw, any proper rcpiircd by aeelion 3, for the period j deed, or other insii uim lit in writing, ,f t.vo week after he shall have been or any ho.d or interest therein, which i,m;..itcd to d-to by the Govcrnoi ! ha, or shall come to the State from of the State, or hall die, resign, oi j "he late Treasurer, H. M. Itate, or hv ome dipialified, it shall be the du- j any of hi Miretie. or upon any debt t y of the Governor to declare the of-! or chose in action, now in t he hands li.-e officii agent vacant, and appoint an Jo( the receiver in the matter, a ; 'lit In hi place, who shall hold hi j i 7. This net fhtill take effect from ire until removed by the Govern-. it a pn.Mge. or. r hi uceeor shall have Wen up- i Appioved, Deecnilwr 1, 1802. v .(red by the ( iener.il Assembly of j . ti. Stale, and who shall be subject to; Xo .2:,.-n net altering the time of ,.S: the liabilui., and reip.iremei.! el 'j l0llill(, ,ie I),.c,.mber term ol the ' . Windsor County Court. " All money derived from j h tHitrUd, $e. s' S4ile of said land or scii, men-; l)PC,.riiM.r term 0f (he no ,ed iu section two of thi act, shouhl bounty Court for the county of Wind t - ii.vetcdby the Tn'aorer f W i or, ,hll be held on th aecond Tues in safe stock, yielding no l'' Jay of December, inMead of the time &V9 J- r cent, uj-on lite par vab now provilHl iy jaw. ifsai! stc-ck,atd the intcrot ifl Scc 2. All vrrit, and procee, the loud ereatetl by sniJ stock lia:i ; Mpopiiatedforthe ir,H-. de-1 fl .tl '. ct U,,,"?'--: I """" "W investments man n;w a; he made with the approtal ol j -.e (iovernor of the State. Sec, H. This art shall take riTeet,- i)n it passage. Approve.!. Nov. 1, lf'J. . I K An Act appo'mliiifc,' a rol l it . I' taxes agint Vie inliabi !u't of the old town of S;ciling. ! rrthm enaittJ. frC. -, 1, Oreo Lyman, of Moi-) ... i hvn-by atithoritcJ and direct-; , 1 to J. vy and collect any and all Ux-; it m h- MsiuHi on the Grand ' i . ., .i .':i.i.:. A irii.. J.l'-i Ol liiQ ilil,WVll, .v. ...v., ; rti WIC, : WOUI4 Dw IM lite l"M v, ,iti- ... the same had wot bn annex- , , , Xf - ej t... ;'ie ins of Jobnson, -Morns- u.. i.u Stoe, a d asestaiitt Ie- , ., ... ,1..-e SI. lH'O. ai4 the Mid Ly. i.;;i 1. 11 r H' S"1""' o"'"'" ' ' . .. . ... .1 . 11 .i . t..e iieasoit-r vtL town iJ Morns- ,U tUir strength and make the most . t , t . 1 1 1 . , 1. 1 v, v. ttr before the la day of June, determined resist anr. It npters , , ,! .1 , ,. i.i- i - . D. 1?'A l slutU pay the tame, from i.11 accmnts, that our forces have , t ..:i... ' m- .. -1.1 . ... i i, a tW Utw " iucMiumu :.. .,!.n, with iU .r ."'-", ..t ,!.. mM .ti,!, .! v iaaa aicendment, and tl id ' I Jt,.i '! Iu 'l ib vt ri lit -;-. 'Mt el !) ,j!.j"'t t f i 1 ' !;!-. t? at L Ht' ! if . I ir n k.,J never 1 fcrf I I h t n., table i U i r of. And J - jl'i f n-r hj!i !r e it iiii J to f i r CCr.f. f'jr C::'Ar;Ul g laid tut. rc 2. A u a-1 i.n.1 prt W at' i.ifonmtr'il W.iiltSie pfvt vf tl." s. t re ,rrby re j-ealed. f 3. Ti.i art L1J lkt fWel frun it JH-j," . Approved, liieii.Ur 2. 1. N'.. 23 An Act Ur it. rl f tf tint Ntin-t!- tT the Utv Sia'e TftHMjirr. .' i Imfy tmirtrj Ac. S c . I. TLif jrroiu hftrioafu r ; Hanse l, futfpiit f tlie liilc State ; Tfa'tirrr, Hrry M. j!.it, hi ntftf t il Urn U, f Iw rrl-y di lirg -.1 i 1wn a!) Itnlrdity on sid Iwid, ".,, any f tln-m, on cmd;li"n of iriMiKht I ' 1 - j 1? the Tn,atiref of the State the nm ! ! uniK c. ia inr r name ietecineiy, 1 J ' to U: ; Kirerina Cmp. Jr., fifty dollai. 1; F. A. With, fity dolUra, j w. ivoon-on, i wo nun.m. i auiwrn ..!- . t I 111 , . . , , ,, J. ( . ( a !y, three hundred dohnr i ' J. C. 15. Thayer, ily four d.d.'ars ; Lean 1. r Fo-ter, fifty dollar ; I (h.iile II, Joyce, li;ty !oiinrjj , Daniel Ih-lknnp, one hundred ihd'; ('li;irh 1'. Kimbaii. fifty dollar; (I. II. Crane, two hundred !ulhir ; It.iC It. Howe, thiee huinlri d tloF ; K. T. Duboi, two hundred dol'n; Calvin A in worth, one dollar; Stephen Coehran, one dollar; Helium Carpenter, ix hundred ddV; I'erley llelknap, five dnndred dolV. See. 2. Any utn heretofore paid, '"O' ' aiJ lion on account of lability, aie to be applied a of ,l"5 M,m el 10 tl",'r ",,,'i repeetivt ly, in the first tteeliott M '' turn therein set to hi name, shall bea and i hereby indemnilied, fixrn nil and uny contributor to any other s'gner of miid bond., by retuon of any damages or cost that may be recov ered of any of such other sorters there of. Sec. 5. None of the above named person, who )wll tke the benefit of thi act, sluilt have any lien, or claim, in law or in equity, to any aeeuritiet, turned out by t-id Ihite-s, to any of hi sureties in Mid bonds, now in the hand of a receiver, whutever may be " reMiu oi me Mil now numy ma.Ie returnable to sant t.ourt on the i fj r ;. Tuesday of Deci-nibtr, shall 1 returnable to. and entered in, said c , on the SviXluy Tuesday of De- j $ 3. This act ahall take effect from its passage. i Approve'!, Nov, 26, 18C2. The Manchester Journal. MUXCHhXTKK. I'Im - J-t. , J3. -- ---- Mosnsr sue repori. fr0m the seat of war in the West this ? m..rin eoovinee ut that Terr severe ! , . VI, U. lillilllii M WVVM .'fc, w.. - - - , , v i T uur,l'U ocr i-i , nir, ;, r i The news from both of these j-Wr ' i . . ex.iie si eat mlere.t, but as y t we j.a, e no satisfactory, or fully rei.a'o'e .. .. , ., . . ... l,W)led for with crest anxiety. c ; 1 :n t... plcturae ins P 11 wrca wm nj uui 1 ... iu:nrvi licai UT. ano mui Banv tai- . i-' J n t r I.e. n kill. ' .i " .....i. t Ti- .rnr 1 a,e snared .,'ilte a. much, if not i' r tUH n. "- a'i ! frt'tu ?i hiM itnjtr t..-.? ii.r tr-.r-p fir4 kI J t.! L4 Jit tin en my crrl La'tW i ' "tri. Hal rast a't f f (ur'l.rr ii-'t'-!! :;rwt bH.r e ran fu- t t'. rfiinc I) ff A to tl.i tlattiv ai VwVrtars !. -ou;.t tier romc frM l"ni..ii R.iife, ., Mj,.r f4.-'ttl?f.rtU Fed- rr.. t ..(. ; on -tUr l.aiid lU r. ficm r,b-.d lonmi rrpi--i.t that ;n fur. t-t re t v ral titi.fr tc- oihio thcnrif, wilt rew?nif and ; Mati-f ci-renKmir ; h, -4om, 1 ni!-d, at.d ft en driirn hat k !o thi-ir j inauituin tin' fr hm of od -rn. l)''"rS , !.!'s. Bit an th tncrn:tijof thfSOiJi Am! I hfrchy enjoin upon tin? pro- j tie rcUl jKvoji.t nay that hr.iy Cr- pl o drtd. rrnl to ft ire, to attain ; Hnt CtRCtM JTanct. It irari '. tn a a,r..in ln-ard, and U a a'up-' fnmi all vkVtue, tuih' in n-vi.ary ' ,,,,a '. " f the yvar, Julie i jrf. d thnt ih Fuioii troop nre ud- ;Mlf-l u ii e, and I reco.im-nd to lln-ni . w'11'' ", patiro, in thU rlimatf. I anting an to trm the nWI ! that in all fir, ht-n alird, tiny i 1!,lt )' ar p-tuns 1 tan ! work. hihor faithfully, fur rraottable us-'Jlr l,,,J K'lan.I,are fairly alive aha Tlioe arcwuii! plati- to what tcx k e a J.y ur io 1U r than ihoc re - . ., i i ti i. i .i xitt'4 by tu- hlit-rmaii. And the , i i ,,i , . ,' . . KcU-l cla m that our Ijimiji acre re- . . i i ., it .i ... ... ,, ., itil-t'il in all ilii-ir atinui t t r.trry lh,ir oik. How tliia tn.-.y he will .,, .., L.r,,., (; Hank and the fleet from be. , . ... , iow oai inn urnveu ai icKsour , .. ... . ., , neii ioi u.imib commenced, Hiiicn ngi or 10 dn d. We shall hope tc. l.-ar of their arrival and .ue - cci--fol eo-opcrntion oon The lle fr.nn Arka;ia i favora - j hie for the I'nio i cause. (ieii Iiriif., ciiiinuandiiii; the rebel nl Murfrcslmro, i reported killed. I.os of Thr .Monitor Thi Iron clad, turret vessel, that fought the Merrimack, sprang a leak in a gale, and sunk. It is feared lhai a considerable number of officer and men went down with her. No ex planation n to how ihe leak occurred is given. lVohuhly hy the rolling of the vessel, and the straining of the wooden work below, by tint heavy weight of armor and of tin; turret above. The Prelleiit I'rot-laici.ilioii of I ietMlom. j Iy the President of the Uniied State : of America. j A IMmrl.Wf ITItlV. i If !.. ,1... O.l.l .1 .C C 1 I teinher, in the year of our Lord one ; 4 ; thousand eight hundred nnd sixty-! wo. A Proclamation was) issued by the President of the United Stales, c in- j taining.nmong oilier things, the folio" -, ing, touil; Thnt on the first day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand j war. Iot a tew are ihe chimney eight hundred and sixty-three, nil j stai d i:g urroun.!ed by the eh i re.! ncron held a s'av.s within nnv"i"ss of ruins, mm king the Mte of n State or designated part of a Slate, destroyed home; while every house ; from Burke's station, on the line ol the people whereof shall he in rebell- lcft slanding is neatly or quite des-ill"" Grunge and Alexandria Railroad, ion agaiiiHt the L'niled State, shall he j tvuyvA by our soldiers, who appropri-J Two rebel cavalry men, wearing then, thenceforth, and lorever free, and l'"-'111 ' tlii-ir own use, Cr hopi- ! miiforai' similar to our own, came in (he F.xecnlive Government of the ; 'a's 'ore hotie-, and not in a few in-, fo and rode about Alexandria on Sun- United States, including the Military and Naval authority, will recognize I anil maintain thu freedom of such lit r- . sons, am 1 will do no net or act to re-! press such persons, or any of them, in any effort I hey may make for llieirae tual freedom : That the Executive will, on I he first day of Januaty aforesaid, hy proc lamation de gnate the Slates and parts of States, if any, in which Un people thereof respectively shall be in rebellion rgainst the Unite 1 States, and the fact that a Sta'e, or the peo- pie thereof, shall on that day, be in j Last evening Cavalry scouts came good faith represented in the Congress j in and warned us of the near approach ol the United States hy members cho-'of tiyht thousand rebels, which caused sen thereto, nt elections wherein a ! considerable commotion iu camp, but majority ol the qualified voters oi J I th'nk the rebels must have got wind such Stale shall have participated, of I In- preencc of the Fourteenth rtg shall, in the absence of strong counter-! imrnt here, and concluded that it liiiliiiT f.ninionv. be deemed eon -hi- woul I be certain defeat for them to sive evidence that such State, and ihe people thereof, are not then in rebel!-! ion against the United Stales; j Now, therefore, I, Abraham Lin- i j coin, President of the United Slates, ' ,.:,.,., r it, P ,,,., in n.i. vjmI !, Commander in Chief of the Army I j unJ Nlvv of ,e Uli;, StatMf in j ,:m- Af ..,,! rM-.i r,i.lii,. n.v,i,.i ! . r,oVl.rnnicnl "r tUv t"n;lt.,i States, and as a fit and neces-; fary war mcatire, for suppressing : said rebellion, do, on this first day of it is a necessity beyond our control, January, in the year of our Lord one ' sickness in the office i our only a thousnnd eight huudredandsixty-thrce ology, hoping our patron will ex and in accordance with my puqiose so' ruse the noii-apearnnce of the whole to do, publicly proclaim for the period ; slieet under such circumsUnccs. ! of one hundred days from the first a-, j hove mentioned order and designate, las the States and parts of States - ; bertin the people lUereot.refpecuve.j n ti v-. r thi m tbt l"" g 'ciniiy are iu first-rate skating condi- the United Slates, the following, to j wit- - j Arkansas Texas. Louisiana, (ex- Arkansas, sesas, wiuiaiana, c rent the imrishrs of St. Bernard, "I" u,e lrisi.(s oi oi. mr a , i'i ...... i..i!..r-,.n s. .i,,i.n st. ""'i"' '"" "v"v, "' Chai b-s, St, James, Assention. Ai- umntitrti TVreboiie Lafourche. St. upi.on, srrreoonc, uuouiinr. u . 3 . ... . i r I - , . starv. ft. JHaum. auu ur eaus. inciu- j- ' . .1 . . e v.. !-'.... t t:... u c v ui :!.; is.int.i Alulwma Florida. Geot-is. ,M"iI,, Ataoaiua, t ionu, vioir Saith Carolina North Carolina, and . u,u 1 onu varwina, !. Virginia, eacev-t the fortr eisihl coun. n ... ' designated a Went Virginia, and tha counties of Berkley, Acco-, '"'"-. Northampton, KlibetL City, 1 tt I i'-is ' A fit'-, !! N Tl'-ik, it- w4it t'.f r-t-ofNorfIk n4 lm. i'utL, s i I h,'hU riO'('tr4 j r f"f t!'1 j-'t' lit 5.. A jrr-i ly a it t!:" .r.4t7M,,U,r.u4fr tie urHH :orriiil. I lo or4T t4 5r!;re tbt i! hithi lu l l llavr tillitt mU 4i ai-na-l StatM and j u i f Ma'm, asr. ami i-m.-rfum ard I!1 W. t ; lUt ll.e l"xfcoie ("M rnnina ,f tt,c I'niird Siat, iM. . f'.udmg the Mditary and N-al audi - and I (ui lh..-r di rlaif and it.nke know n ; thnt iich tifr(ii tif suitable rcMidithin 3 L.--ni. i .i i ; ifl ixt reerte in the arincil iri-e ! t,t t' . i c. . . . ! the I intfil htntra to ";ini!on fur . i ,i i i ixituu. :uiun ntnl olln-r t lace. I ! and to man Wl all n in thej Lrr. . aIl 1 ,', n, .;,...,..., j ' believed to !. n m a i..,f..o nr.-,...". . ..... ... icu oy me e-snniiiuiion ti ton military i -"" ...... 1 .. .'ll,i4Ki v. Ur. H,.i It'V t;.,. i;eees:iy, i envoi, ft tlie. consnlciate I judgement 4 iiiiitikiinl nnd the gra leina favor oi' Alniiahiv (huh In witness whenof I have hereun- i ; to fret my hj l i , ., , ,.i id and caused the seal of Ihe United Hlate to he aflixed. D. .i nil , ,. one at the l ity of a-lunglon, this i:..t -t i i .i lirst day J January, in the year . f . ... I ..l .t i i.i "i pu-uiiii iiiuiicT iriin uieir iirnnti ol our Iori one ihusund eight bun- . dred and siMy-thrce. " I'roiii the llih Ilr;iiiif lit. Cetilerville Va, Dec. 25 Dear Juiirmt. The '1 4th tegiment is spending Christina at Centercville. We came hem yesterday to relieve the 13ih regiment, which was doing picket duty here. Wo arc to remain here four day.; w hen weV all be re lieved by one if our five regiment!!. : Cetitievill is about 8 miles, I should j 'dge, from Fairfax Court House. it is a small v iUage, composed of n few old dil iphlaled dewelling, minus the sehi ol I.o'ise nnd chuich, and with but i w,..f niinlur J r,,r u t ,.l,.l fl.. ! . ' y ' , 11 'ii'.Owitl f.fillll d Uf ltla.Mj.lil til ,iefri-if.tf . . ,. . , I d aid.ln r. (I tm-ntioii the negro .. i i r , i '" as he is the aristocrat of the '" X'eiiterville having been in earlier stage or nbelhon, the home f (reason, it has renpel but its just j reward in the denhii ion and iletrtie-j 'ion vi-i:ed upon it by the present stances, tor house barn. Ihe lag'-- is nearly surrounded by forts and ritic nils constructed by the rebels during their occup.ttiou of the place Bud Run batilo field is about 5 miles distance, hut outside our picket lines, which will deprive us, I pre sume, of the privilege of visiting the field. We can, however, get an in distinct view of it from this pl-ice. But two companies from the reg uicnt go on picket at a tiaic, while the remaining eight companies form the reserve attempt to take the place, and conse- quently "changed direction by the left Hank" and made tracks in an op- posilo direction, as they have not been seen or heard of since. Yours, Alex. 1 iQMi; MAfrFi:u.s. AroLOor TO ol i; Patrons. We are very sorrv to a.-near this w eek, being the commeni e nent of a New Year, with but a half sheet, but j GaNr Skating Season. The beautiful and rare weaiher we are w ,,, Lrether with llw fact tioi have omisi.ired to entice the lovers j ly,.. , , , iri , of skating, both male and females, . . from their homes to the icefield. , , . . j I he Kquiaox Pond ha been the i ......... i lea're oi a cooa aeai oi siuiir in i thi line ; and the bump and thump c reeeived by unfortunate coneusuors on , j . 1 I.f .. . . . , . . ...... . . I m ... A ll.an , , , ; immiiiiiiihl ,r I. 1 U rihasiire en.1 iiimth.ii, ; "' ----- " , , , ' ! ioveJ. On Saturday eve last, we re when our forces left. . .... . ,. barn there wa a skating party on the , Many deserter came into our lines, i.wid at Factory Point, and that thewlo retxrt that two regiments of. - - Cornet Band of lhat vJlage, enliven- ed the scene with some of their excel- lent music. Mou At the rcrubcr cm- nai b ft a Wt trme r;ft, tAlr munictnw of Adomraia sVlg N their arm ith them. Twaregu-.trnta' 12, of rrofni.Uprfjt.-J Mason WJyXtum s!o ,taceI fcnvnarj .rt- .1 Hll MimUl-T A -f!l ff A ix-pmrnt tf r,!r I, 562. 1 be fvllow mg officers were .eet ,n jwip.uit, t.ut itp4 r eltr.Un4 duly Jn..1V4 f.H- ll, r- F. W. Hoy t, W. M. ; C. H. Young, 1 I-- ('- Tti!tl,J. W. ; A. J. iir$h Ttttmrrt j T. C F.fslron. wp,rJr I1' . S. D. ; I V. : ttr IvuImtIJ. D. i ll. S. Vaudi rl ip. ! Way, Sti-w.rd 1 4. It. ll.!li!tr, ' "wl ". Tlif ab - - uf ftlOW rcm to bp Shait-d a!Ac nearly'all 'over the (Jreen Mt. Mnli'. . rK"TATioj. Inja recent e- wntaliim of aervieo uf nhuc tt,l a i '! Secretary Smith, of the In- t... ir !l,rin -l,- ,.:......i ' ."- . ( former editor of the Journal, madi i ,,,c I'wntation apeecli . rr i . to - ti io hoys name nuweii, aio i , J ' " "rrrsu" M" "ml brought la;fort) J. C. I.ohert . " .,.. dustieu of the Peace on a coniplaitit ... - , . , tnotner .irs. liowen, they were touiiil guilty, and for want of bail were com mitted to Jail at Bennington. RlMons. A rumor has been cur rent in this vicinity that Slunrls raid ers had captured the 14th Regimen!. The 14th is encamped near Fairfax Court House Not captured by rebel raiders. We are indebted to Gen Wu-hhurn for a copy i f his valuable report, ns Adjutant and Inspector General uf the Stale. C. H. Fond informs us that he is a- the West Philadelphia Hospital, well 1 ' cared for, and recovering slowly from ' w ound, , 'A II S U M M Alt V. wKnxr.siur. Wa-hington, Dee, 30. Intelligence from Alexandria rep-' , reenl il.nf k,..,t s cavalry fi.ree, j w iln anillery, was yesterday encamp- ' cd twelve mi'es from that city, not far vil-'hy. J hey unl not remain lotig, Ileiiihiuarteis. St. Louis. Dec. 29. To Maj. Gen. Halleck, Washington : j pontoons were construct, d, m Iwiih The army of the frontier, under ! standing the terrible fire of the rebel. Gens. Blunt and Herron, moved over ' tl' Boston Mountains o:i Saturday, and advanced without hailing to Van Buren. They drove the enemy across the Arkansas River, killing and wound- ing a few, nd took three steamboats, . some camp equipment, and one bund led prisoners. The march of forty-five mile with iirins and service over the mountains and through the deep mud of the val- i .. u i ...i lev. nn it must tiniiiiiil n.i't ttiuuoun b nil air. S. R. Ceteris, Maj-Gen. TIU.tlSDAr. St. Louis, Dec. 31. Gen. Blunt telegraphs to Gen. Cur Mis under date of Van Buren, Aik., Dec. 28, as follows My long range guns are now shell ing the rebel camp across lb river, five miles below here. If ihe army does not retreat during the night. I shall endeavor to cross my troops over in the morning and offer them battle. Among the propetly captured are four steamers, three of them heavily loaded with supplies, a ferry boat and a large amount of ammunition. Quite a number of the enemy were killed. Fayetteville, Ark., Dee. 31. Additional particulars of the raid to Van Buren have been received. Our army was ten miles this side of Van Buren yesterday morning, and would bivouac on the mountain fop last night, and exacted to reach Prairie Grove again to-day. Gen. ; 1 joined them a few miles be- j SL11-l.l SchofiehJ joined tl . e . r . yond the foot of the mountains. ' , , , ... ,1 The rebels burned their arsenal . t ..... 1(L.., . ! aim icrrv ooat hi run cumm. iu ure- vent their falling into our hand ; also i ' I a large quantity of provisions on the c ' . I . .1 . L. i.i , I . ri, f-W . r ""'c . . i a i A reneral ronfla?ratMn wai in ir-' Mi.swippiana stacked arms a lew j d went! da) s ago, crossed the river and went ihome. Another regiment of Stinsou-. ,in2 ,U, !,ry Hn.4 ,! rn. : a . K.vrr lienor , ,1... tfcp UeUl ,ri,iv Trat-Mii-! nijtjH i romlrt-ly diHnic . t Tbe Ailana Ritrr i a ritl.!r ! J Atid tl vountry WJ.-t ii.j on' the ri rr fnun a )ini w!p j Van Hun-ti I.ittlo IWk, it well; proiJd uu lot-age ana (uoJ to ib - it an ami?. Our troop r a most lUrif" and aui'Crtful raid Without the liM of a MUglo lift. Xcar Murfn'Csloro, IVr. HI, Our tthulo line u!Tcrd tprrih! jthu innrninc. Four r-cinn-n.i trf : ri triilur hi.1 Lulf ll.i.ir on. I ..11 I , their eomia.iiKling nfla-tra. G.n. An i ' ' -- " ' diT'on' troop milfered acverely. Mfijur Roue and Wind are kilird Gen, Stnh y, Rouleau and Palmer arc woun.hd. Gen. Thomas has jut broken the Rebel centre, and driven the enemy a mile. We are advancing our wlulc line. Gen. Roaeucrant is m-rsonnlly u periiitending'the movements. (Jen. Negley''4 artillery i still mowing the rebel down in the cen tre. Gen. Crittenden' left wing ha la ken the entrenchments at Murfree boro. Nashville, Jan. 3. The Federal encuunterel ihe reb els on the 30th near Start's crek. After heavy skirmishing the rebel were driven back. We captured one hundred prisoners, and killed and wounded a hirgi number of rebels. O.ir loss was 70 killed and wounded. I . I . .1 . . I . o ... .. . . .vi (i.i) oieiiK on oisi tne tight was renewed with great fury. After desperate fighting, with heavy loss on both sides, McCook it trea'ed two mile. He soon rallied, nnd vva again driven back. At night he w. four miles this side'of the irround occu- :... . ,i, .; JtOXDAT. Cairo, Jan. 3. Gen Sherman debarked his whole forces on thejleft hank of tin .Yu.oo River, ten mile above its mouth nnd forming in line of baltlu advanced toward Viekbur'. After passing beyond reach of tho ' i""o ol mo reoei giinooats, u. n. nncr. j encountered the enemy in force. j A t rrible conflict ensued, lasting Ihe ho lis. The enemy was driven back beyond two bayous that girdlhe rear of Vicksburg, and from their in- trenched works on the hill by shell. On Saturday night the two nrm'es lay oil their (Ums, with two bayous between them. During the nisrlit Under cover of undergrowth nt day break on Saturday a eouceiiti nled a l- vnnce was made hy Gen. Sheimau's whole force. Gen Stet l turned the enemy's right so us to communicate with (.Jen Mor- gau s di imoii. The rebel in front. on Gen Morgan' and Gen. Smith's division, were intrenched on n high rising ground. This position was li ra ly carried hy storm. Tuesday Morning. The news i , .r- t i . , . , chei ring, V icksburg said to be caplur Rosencran Victorious. Rebels flee ing in disorder. Rrbel trains taken Eeriiuy being pursued. This Morn ing the first time for many weeks, tho Village Gun proclaimed a victory to the Union cause. Holly Springs, Mi., Jan. 4. To Maj. Gen. Halleck : Dispatches from (Jen. Sherman and the naval commander were received at Helena on the 31st. The gunboats were engaging the enemy's batteries. Gen Sherman was inland, three miles from Vicksburg, hotly engaged. From rebel sources I learn that the Grenada Appeal of the 31st says that the Yankees have got possession of Vicksburg. Murfreesboro ours, advantages'great. U. SGbaxt. COTTON ! COTTON !; VJOW it tha tiiii to difjKi, uf vi.nr Coi- na MiretAsn for Cwli at a biifh nt, ' .u, fr Ull4, samf.i V'iu,no1 S!or m!l or aachaega tl:m for New Hsir uuitre, I let mar be leit at Unt ) lore. I Uancliater Jan. I, iM. , 3iJOtlOO ! -w V HVING toid out our batiucs. Lav om ' -IX baai a lar2e .toe, of a tar,e a or FUftSiri Kf:, CABIXIT HAkr, 4c A!o hrge qijan ty IIatxlvx.'Kl IiiinLsfr, Cooitifjf af ,,KBV i"". .mooi M.trt.1:, Bl. K nu.MT, 4 HIIIIIHWH, A ' f "s,'c!, s, '" '" r ? "1::;,.;- l WJ -H A HBU ? A Ml AND rxiiiin .statf.s. 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Krtirr I'nii.t, July t, ISOJ Jml9 W1SW, ILL'S IUPKUILD WASf.'ir.C MACHINE. r.UKNmt Jt'XR T, The lircotnt Lolor-5ovin(t Sathiot tur iBVtDteit, lics.l lit lentiiiimiy snj juJi; for yonmlrti. Tim fultwwlnj; certificate, tguni ty alt Hi Chanty Mlletrs t ir tli Couiitv uf l.moill, ami all tna" Ttfi Offleer and Hulne Man f Hyrtri Kirk, wherf this Mi lii.i ih.nl.. w II .Itoit In what r...e t It l livl.t al tttoua, whur It but lieen nut til Hi'. (oi'tifloato : Ws, the nniler!p,H, ritiiain uf TsmrilUa Count v, Vt., harabr rertily lint have wM in mir fmnilie., hior or le, for almnt llv ino'.lli U-l pst, n Wn.liing .VUelmie, (mtentcl I,, VI,'. Si,:,l Wi,.ll ,,l IK.I,-,..rt Wa .ioni.lrr it a vxluiiMe iinutiiii", Imlh in ieif ! : nn.i itrni.niif: in u'iiki wenr an irr el c utluii. It will clennr till iirlicle of nrrlitiN. r n hv tlio iniiile niu'.inn nl' tl Mncliii.e, in wlii.'li i ii'i (j.i'i.lin or liu.'l fi i r 1. ., in Ii.jum llie article t ! i leniie.l, I lie Itm hii n il) .hiMH'li amk nilli nnirli ! Inlmr n.l lliurb li- iniiirv I,. I lie rlntli tlnui Hi nr.liiai t uf rii'iiiinff mi a w.iIi-Imo.I. Very dirty arli-i-li, like liirf t'.!lnr niul arUibaml', msy ra iiir nii riililiihi.', hut Ilia Mut bine it a r-ranpe-l lliat il enii t, ilelia in It s ciiliveiiifiilly n nidi enininuii tuli ami tmr.. Kur uil iii( niiil riitiie, tlie luuciiiii i. irry vahuitila. Il will not inline III Ihirsl niii.llii fnlir c, Into it will i'',hi' lit.it niiilu, li-iv blai.kelt. and i,v m,. v i,.r it Kreai iui.rovrmtnt "" ,"'ry k""',". 1w,,,'"'f '" j al Mti.fetin Urevr it lm Ui-n tri.l, CI kll'iw ll, eltl'l H" opr nnmi f.nrm Mill l MltlV".'T lliink it must .K.!i c.tim fiito tt geni ral una. livdrpim, vi., June ji.isoy. TliS nul.iicribeni offer Iln nl.nv Jnrliln fr n! en ilia fi.ltnw inc teriiis : .tnvont ihin( In ptircliiiMi run tnka a mai luli on month u (rial; at tlx end of tha month lie ran return tl ma. Iiid, uninjured, or pay theprirtof it, a l.a chooe. i- CAM'IKLD k CHAMUEHM.V. Factor Point, May 26, 1b'i2. JOB PRINTING! ir A V I NG rtcentty added toanr tot k tt Jnh Tel.. ara now preiiarad to iul, in tha h-t manlier, all or.W f x lIANIniIXSf Circolars, Bill-Hcada, Dookct rantphleti, Sermon a, Dasiats. and etidiag f ar, la.be us. vc. At TS Jeuraul OOSrr. MancWaHtT.tlay IT. MX