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IvHOLB NO. 9060. he rebeluon. liter eating News from I Washington. BrtraardiMiy Com oil of the ICftMstt tad Military Chiefe. HylMttM tar to Release of Ncrtoii I Slips in Swthera Pvrto. Lite Ciptaii V?H, H Hm FteeHnk nportant News from m Fortress Monroe. Irrtrt ?f Col Alton, ef the First | Few York Regiment. ovcment C Troops Towards * Yorktown. HMm ?? rwokta g u the VWCnm* iwi firm Wntm Virginia and Vicinity. NMHi Mvaeee ef e*. FittwWB fflWIlJ lie Rebels Again at Harper*! Ferry. iutaclioB ?f Beats on the KItm ud the Ba&Mi Bridge. ' ruTitr nRUTioii n nsmmi. T fcc., IM. WAflmxtiTOH, Jone 9ft, 1M1. iVlWCTI, OP *B CABXMZT AND tuLITAVT CHIEFS. ii (ztraorlbwy mhK? of tte <\bi?et was held tohj. Oeneifcln SfcoM. Mansfield, Dix'aad Fremont were present. visit or ?.en. dix *o this oamm in viiigiki a. Hfltanal Die wvtt^ vklted the leteril camps across V.'rounts. tie KM PTAry?hnr? reMlrod tJoOoDra old* wiih croat consideration, and he express 3d tUMBelf la stroeg terms at the aimlrable manner in vtoeh he found everything. He visited several of the Ttrwnhmnntn and fortifleations. Thoeo of the New Te*k Sixty-ninth, which are now nearly completed, are Ml htfetlor to anjr In this country, and will do good ex*jtun whenever an occasion present# itself for their ?*ML AFFAIRS AT THB UNION CAUP8. Tear correepondent visited the entire Union lines from tat Corcoran t j Fort Ellsworth, at Shuter's Hill, to-day. the Oonnectiout brigade still occuplea the mist I Advanced post, their pickets extending wlthii a wavy short distance of Fall's Church. In oooseqaew: > of Iks capture of one of the mean ted Union picket* by retool scouts, two companies or Fire Zjuavea and tw) of tte First Michigan regiment were advanoed to Cloul's ^tttls, about two miles west of Slater's Foat, with ahiwHmt and ten sailors from the Pooahrataa. Fort star is pronounced 07 competent panties J|f? be the finest field work ever built in Mi country. It is the beat work on the Virgtnla Ida, and provided with an immense battery of baity |M?. of the moat approved pattern. Certain Wright, Of theTopogr?phleal Engineers, superintended it* construe Men. Ltouteoant Snyder, who was at Fort Suntar under Msj-w Andsnea, commands tha arttllwy mb, H?j)r Wood, of the Amy, acting Inspector General, to making a vigorous Investigation into the condltiaa ] at the army in Virginia. He Inspected tho Oonnecttcut brigade to-day. Ita tiro Zouaves received bow uniforms to-day, to thatr great gratification. the OaMbaldi Guard have received assurances that May will bo moved to an advaaoed post in Virginia early naatwek. the Ke* Jersey soldiers thatoommlttedgrave excesses damg drunken aprses In this cit^day before yesterday, have been court martialsd and severely punished. Cap*. Hauls, of tha Second Ohio regiment, was to-day tooled Colonel, In place of 3oL Wilson, who resigned to lake a captaincy In the regular army. the Dew York Second regiment, Stat s Mltttia, now at la's Cress loads, will soon dhinge its temp severs] afles thence. It numbers about S60 men. Onecmpwy to performlrg duty on the Potomac. POSITION OF TBS una. FORCES IN VIB3INU. The number of tha First South Carolina regiment, (Model Gtegg, captured last n'ght by the pickets sf the Third Connecticut regiment, was brought before General Tyler, to ahem he made a statement. His name to Benjamin B. Brooks, aad he Is evidently a very Intelligent man. Be is a native of Maine, but has re Mtod for pome j ear* in Columbia, S. C. At tho outbreak oT tha rsbeillan ha disgraced himself and his native State by dilating In an artillery company, in which he niTtd caring th? bombardment of Fort Sumter. lie states th*t tbe rebels stationed at Vtenia, Fairfax Court House, era>ntown, Centreville, aad other points between Um Union lines sad Minsssas Junction, nnmbered about six thaosand, consisting of the First, Second, Third, Firth ad a portion of the Eighth South laroiina regiments. The Fifth Alabama and the crack 7/mare regiment, from New Orleans, arrived only a few days ago, and a number sf cavalry and artillery companies, twi South Carolina regiments, under general Bonham, with the Prinoe WtMam and Black Hons cavalry and Alexandria artillery aompany, ware at Fairfax Court Boom. Haifa mlM the ether side of I* waa the Fifth Alabama, and a little farther on tba Leuisisaa regiment. All the reads leading ia the direction of Washington have been ob?rrncted by eota, barrioadeeof trees,JR.,4c. The rebels are in hourly expectation of aa attack by the Union troops, aad have atapt oa their arms for the last un days. The Mais for which Col. Gregg's regiment wiltstsd expired to. day. The prlsoasr etatad pssftirely that, owiag to fte had treatment tfcatncoya experisaced, not half a doxm embers woaM remain, a meeting waa held a few days ago. when an almost uanimoos dispeslttoa to return hssM became manifest among ths offloers of tbe regiment. The food of tbe rebels eoaelets mainly of h?*d bread and bason. Freeh meat is dealt out a*>>at ease a week. The troops received about t vo months pij In ^srg'nia rcrlp, wbl A has a sort of forcd etrcolaiKui <,riiar?i Beauregard (rfcbni) wan at lfaua**is JbaeUod night nefore last. lha fact tbU his b?si t?o ia ccupy tbe xdvasoe po?ts inlioitte a deter axis a'.toc ti dfcptre ever^ a>r.h -of ground At-i-t fnir hoair.-d metabeie of toe c.igh'Ji rfcratn C&rjlina reg.'u.sst '( dowj with tbe me&aifa ft'. iiuxasvi Junction. Genera EJVE THE The F. eld of Operations 1 Ferry, &o.?The I UDtusgL^^ ? [\\ V^. C?""?v,lv X^Y .?-"* asfer^ -7WWVSSCS JUNCTWm ^caiBMi^ne JUM:2+" T SCALE ^ 5 MILE iVmbam in hit official report of tb? affair near Vienna, ?tated tbnt two oar load* of dead Union aoldtara were corned into Alexandria. DEPARTURE OF THE RIMAIUB OF CAPTAIN WARD FOR NEW YORK. The mortal remains of Commander Jaaaes W. Ward, late of the gunboat Freeborn, were this afternoon removed flrom ttie Navy Yard to the railroad depot, and tieiKWited In one of the oars of the two o'clock train fw Sew York. The body was couveyel under a military escort of the Seventy first New York regiaaent, under command of Ool. Ka>tin, preceded by Dodworth's band, playing a funeral dirge The other field officers who Joined the escort were Lieut. Colonel 0. H. Smith and Major G. A. Buckingham. The following wore the companies that followed:?Company H, Captain A. & Miller; OomnnT F. Cantata J. L. Ellii: Comnany G. Cactaln W. 3. Dunham; Company B, Captain B. W. Trafford; Company G, Captain E. H. Wade; Company A, Obtain D. D. Hart; Oompaifjy D, Captain J*. O. Meschutt; and Company I, Captain A. V. H. Ellis. the military wen followed by twelve tailors of the Freebo-n, escorting the body, enclosed in a coffin of polished St. Domingo mahogany, fastened together with slhrarbeaded screws, and on the lid of which were the sword and hat of tbsdeoeaaed. The names of the mea are as follows:?Henry Churchill, Boatswain's Mate; Richard Anderson, Quartermaster; John Low, Silas Bntwistie, George Raves, M. Elgin, Robert Hudson (boy), William Moody, Patrick Heency, James Kllteen, Andrew Cons'ey 'and Morris Kane (boy). The first seven were permitted to accompany the body to New York. The whole wished to go, bat the last five were not allowed. After the seamen followed Commander Dahlgren, the Commandant of ibe Navy Yard, who superintended the entire arrangements, and Cbmmander Rowan, of the Pawnee, with several other offloers of the same vessel. A number of the friends <K the honored diseased brought ap the rear In carriages. On searing the depot, the Seventy-first filed to the left, and a detachment of the New Jersey second regiment Hied to the right, facing inwards, leaving a lane for the body to pass thrmgh, presenting arms, as, borne by six teamen, the coffin was carried to the depot, where, htvfviflr riavwltjvl in m. wur tha tnin ihortl? tftir moved tff. Ihe engine house, wbere the body bad lain all nfc^t, *n draped in mourning, and the flags of the Pawnee and of the other vessels wwe at half-mast. Tbe ftatures of the deceased were calm and placid ia death, retaining the smile they bore while pointing the gun at which be waa shot, and which waa habitual with him while so erg?ged. CONDITION OK TUB WOUNDED IN THE KATHIAS TOI.VT AFFAIB. W, J. Beat, tbe seaman belonging to tbs Pawnee who waa Bbot in thi co places during tbe action at Hatbiaa Point, baa had bia )?g amputated above the knee. He la not expected to survive. All the other men are doing well. TBB MEW COMMANDER OF THB POTOMAC FLOTILLA. Capt. Craven has been ordered to tbe command of tbe Potomac place, In caae of Ward, deceased. SUPf LIBS FOIt THB FREEBORN. Tbe steam transport Janes Guy left the Navy Yard thia evening with supplies for the Freeborn, wblob to recovnoitering betwesn ICaihlas Point and Aquia Oet K. APPLICATION FOR THE RlI.kASB OK NORTHERN SHI fS SEI/.KP IN COCTHBRN TORTS. It 1? laid that aeveral gentlemen in Boston and New York, wboee ships have been selzsd by tbo rebel authorities in tbe Southern porta, have been fooliak enough to address letters to Jeff. l>avto, asking that they mar be released. It remains to be aeon what Jeff will do la these cues, the parties believe that be will order ihrtr release, and that. tbe ships will be sDowodt? return North, which to evMsaoa of their w?liiwss MILIT tRY ?*ATML OF THB CaPTTAL. Owing to tho number or aS'ray* which hare lately o> curreJ, the military authorities hare detailed a number of i?g> iaia to patrol the atreeVi during the day as well aa ntgbt, for the purpose of arresting disorderly sitdters. ArPOINTMKNP OF l?A.TU\3ri!*. Wm. K. Bislcir., of Sov YarIf, his boon a^p^iatei viditloual paymaster in tbe army. AITOINTMKKT OF A N <VAL BNli INFER?WHER1" IS i9 T.3B APPOINTOR ? E. 8. Bojtton, of WalthaEi, Ha s , bu baen ap^ii^ei ? Third Aesla'.mt Sagtaeor x th? United Slites Vaty, tutcwicotbe fotad. Ho *? said to be a va! jV>15 osui, ?rd * IK Vttj i* T ate arteis be reposes at on ;e. WLj-e is be? W YC SUNDAY M0EN1 THEATRE OF in Front of WashingtonPailrAQ^o Unt V?MM VU*U?) VV1UUAVU WVI tetween the Potomac and OK \JMf us vienn^K^ \ / \ \r*i 4^a7TBria r j . LS ARRIVAL OF TROOPS. The New York SiiiMaUi reftaoU sad New Jerwy rirst arrived thu nurntog The other two New .i.-reey regimen's wil. r0.13b hero dming tbe day. Tie New Jersey brigade, which arrived tj d*y, w i Immediately go into camp near this city, in theneigh, borbood of tbe Rhode Island regiment*. Tbe steamers Cambridge, Ben. Deford and Pembroke arrived at tbe Arsenal ttiis afternoon, tbe flrat nurj bringing CoL Oaes's Boston regiment and tbe other vee seta army supplies. Tbe Cambridge in passing Xathla? i'oini inrew grapesnot into me Dusncs unaer too appro hersion that the rebels might be Id their former hiding placca. No re?poBar, however, was given from tlw shore. Had Col. Cass been aware of the recent action and the pm quent death of O&pt. Ward, the Boston regiment would hare debarked and thoroughly scoured the neighborhood. ACTIVITY AT TlIK NAVY YARD. At the Navy Yard the Ordnance Department are wggking an night, principally on brass rifled guns, and boring the heavy iron rifled cannon cast at West Point. All the United ship? tnat sail hare rifled guns, and in a few weeks the heaviest calibre of rifled guns will be afloat. The navy have borrowed of the War Department the fifteenth irch Rodman gon at Fort Monroe, and arc preparing a vessel to reootre It Air operations near that fortress and sspeskrily upon SewaO's Petal. FLOATING BATTERIES. At the Navy Yard two large scows are to be immediately built, each capable cf mounting right th'rty-two poun<?en>, with moveable barrijades, for the protection of the troops thereon. IMPORTANT" UNION DEMONSTRATION IN TEX A?? ritiBT BETWEEN THE UNIONISTS AND RBBE t??? r-RPKAT.OF TBI LATTER. Th(fexample set by the loyal c'ilzens of Western Vtrg'nla has already been followed la Tennessee, and ftwn pretentfiatelligetce it appears that ths union men of I*xas are] prepering to follow suit. In Western Texas, at*in Western Virginia and Hastern Tennassee, and the mouniatn district of North Carolina, the disunion epidemic has encountered insurmountable barriers, Iaformitlon bas been brought by Judge Shelby, a distinguishel Union;man, just arrived from Texai, that a movement is on foct(to separate Western Texas from the rest of the State, and erect it into a Union State. It is Ee't od largely by Germans, atd tie Gtrman press, wltlioutj exception, favor the m^afure. The Union party there, already strong, is rap'dly to creasing. Secret Unlon[ssinciations have been formed, and their influence to dallyjfxtendtog ft* m c uuty to county. General Oarpan, wno bas distinguished himself by his opposition to t'iA rftMlllnii. has been romtaatad as an nncondttkmal Ua'cn* candidate fcr thi Oongres? of ihi United States. General Garpen hu been for feme time at the heal of a bidy of Union men la Western Texas, and made a suceemfil resistance to them. It is reported of him, that with about two hundred are era ploy <d upm them. In spite of the season, tho work is poshed forward with extraordinary industry, and the order already sent forward for materials and additional laborers to a large extent are probably ere this oomplica with. Ths mounting of barbette guns, and the oooatiuctkm o( barracks and other buildings, are rapidly progressing. The fort will mount three hundred and seventy guns of the heaviest oallbre, seventy-one flanking pieces, and a foil compliment of seacoaet mortar*. The garrison is ender the commasd of MAJor Arnold, who has military jurisdiction over the k?ya and harbor. The soldiers have been empV>yed, under the direction of Lieutenant Morten, throwing up a sand ft ft oa a neighboring mounted Cnian men, be recently routed more than twice thai number of rebe's. Th s movsmen*. in Tints, and the Ike4, tf at the kya' ettkesns thtre, tJ?, am arming to reaiat the usurpation of (betrflute lovsnmsen^ftii uisbsn another evidence o.* the dec adence of thslhH Oaroitba oonsplracy. ARRIVAL OP KKGLISH ARMS AT NKW ORUUN8. A gentleman w ho 1 ai Just arrived here from New Orleans* reports that a British ship reoently ran the blockade, and brought to that port ssvsral hundred tins of pow der and 10,COO stand of arms. OP TBS SKRVICK3 OF GESJMN JCLITARY OFFICBRSa The government Is in re^oip- of a large number of lettors. from (ttetlngutehed ofibers in d fformt pirts of 5>ixope, but more t?p?cla!ly fiou th? G<rm?j States, ofiarirg ihtlr ?crrlc?R to aid the pnveroment In pjttlcg iown what they term the rebellion In the ikntiern 3tUet. Of oourw, the government ha* made IRK I NG, JTJNB 30, 1801. WAR IN VIRC Scene of the Recent Skins ids, Churches and Other Manassas Gap Junction <^wuNCf?E>-o 55^5 HJUL HO AD no reply to these offers, and cannot, an they And t impoMlble to M9?pt tbe oft*ro of oar *?d i>?opi?. Z moa ton ttb fket to allow Uw footing w&iah ?iMi mmyag Uta mar Ml of tbe people throughout Europe. Tb-y arc Heart nd soul witli the North. THE NATIONAL H' S>ER HOIfiTKD ON TSB EXECUTIVE MANSION UKOl'NDH. This afternoon tLo '.'resident hoisted tbo national nig over tbo music teat or canopy recently erec'-ed <u tbe aouth side of tbe Executive Mansion grounds. Among tbe distinguished spectators were Secretaries Seward and Smith, and Lieut Mint General Scott and Genera] Mansfield. Roy.'Smith I'yne delivered a prayer appropriate to the occasion. Tbe military were represented by the Twelfth regiment of the oity of New York , and a detachment of regulars. Tbo flag wm saluted amid tbe booming of can mm, the strains of music and tbe cheer ing ot the ere wd. the President commenced and Genera Scott concluded the brief scremonies. Tbe aflblr was truly grand and Imposing. A benshaped verandah, with a roof of alternate blue and white canvass, bad been erected over the mush stand, in tbe middle of tbe lawn south or the Presidential mansion. Tbe flag pole, erected in tbe Kiddle of the musis Stand, towered some fifteen feet above this bellshaped roof, which was drawn around tbe pole at the top, and secured by cords and pull lea. The halliards ware passed through the opening at tho top of the tent, and the 8Ura ana Stripes were already bent on, ready to be ramp to the top of the mart. The Twelfth New York milieu!, Colonel BnttcrOeid, and a detail of the United Btatea Third Infante/, oompeflad the guard of honor. They were formed in three lidfs of a hollow squares, extending from the sooth front of the Preaident's manaion to a convenient diatance below the music stand. A detachment of Sherman's battery, Lieut. Oveaaer commanding, were staUonad in the deep valley on the aonth front of the Executive manaion, towards the river, to Are a salute. When an waa ready, the presidential party approached from the White Bouse, and were received with presented arms by the guard of honor. Mr. Lincoln was aocoropanied by Secretaries Seward and Smith, and by Rev. Dr. Pyne. Mrs. Lincoln, accompanied by Gen. Bandford; Mrs. Grlmaley, by Ool. Chomat; Lady Fane, Miss Clifford, Geo. Mans3eld, and a number of other officers of the army, N. P. Willis, Commissioner Wood, and several other distinguished citizens, formed the party. After the arrangement of the varloua p?r soosges epon and around the stand, the Rev. Mr. Pyne teal a service from a book, asking for the prcaerration of tho Union, the saV.y and prosperity of the people, and particular/ for the Oommwlerln Chief of the army and navy. Tile flig waarunnpby the President. It required hard polling to drag It through the narrow opening at the top of the tent, and consequently waa slightly torn; but when It reached thu masthead the wind blew out its folds, and It was greeted by a saJvo of artillery, music from both tho Twei.'th regi ment and the Marine bands, anl by three times three from the military and the vast erawd of assembled ciioens. I Hiring the whole ceremony General Scolt, surrounded by his staff, occupied the portloo of the south front ot the White Bouse, the veteran, who was the ' observed of all observers," lorked hilo and hearty. His com manding form towered above those around him. Hi ap peered to take a deep interest in the proceeding, and his form seemed to dilate with pride m bis cocatry's rtag floated on the breeze. TKB DBFKNCBB OF FORT JBFFBMON, TOBTCOAS. A letter Juat reoelyed from a gentlemen whs baa an opportunity to obtain reliable information, dued Frr-, Jefferson, June 9, furnlahee some intelligence in aOdlttflB to what baa been reoelred from Vort PickenaandKey Vest. Aaworkaat Port JettnJO are rapid if an*oa?h&g> ooopMlw. time hundred lineau key, which la iMMpatMt l"er? Jefifcraon In Uu??btg iMblntotteNMtt|aAo( the hwMk The pirtti almost contlaiaHy enlivened by the arrival nt vessels fraaa the North, and deapalah Tenshi Arom.the beadq outers otOoL Harvey Brown, at Fort Ptekena. THE HULAINS OP CAPI. W/K9 AT FHIL1DELPHI A. PmiA?K.rma, Jjdo 29,13C1. Oapi. Ward'a remains reached this city a" ten o'ck>:k to-nigfct. It ta understood they will be '.mmedit^ely c invejedto Sew York by epeciil tr*'.n, rsaihtaff tba*. ;it7 as fotr o'clock to-morrow morctog. The Kv-ienof Ojo hour ?ti the want of time to re On pror^ath'DS prevented ir; funeral ceremmilefl UVrg pUoe I E RA I NIA. lishes at Vienna, Ed ards' Strategic Points m | NEWS FROM FOETRtSl MQWKOfc. AnMt ?rc*l?Bii Alien, of tb? thirst \n? Tork Kcelmtat?ruiDortaiit *rn? Towards Vorktowa- Fugitive siavri Flocking to the Fortress, &?., Ate. i Foxnuaa Mo.vaon, Ya, Jun<! 23,1M1. Col. Allen, of tbe New York First rogimeat, w?i ar I rested for oourt martial, by older from < jr.cral Batlnr, | thifl BOTDlDg. Colonel Aljen and other offloers bare arrestei a great ! many armed rebels recently, anl thoso guilty of signalizing and conveying intelligence to tho rebel forces at York town and other places. Yesterday afternoon wort came that negroes and white men were gathering In a Geld of whaat, five mles distant belonging 13 Major Thompson, of tbe robel army, aod were going to convey tbe samo to Yorktown for tbe a<4 of tbe rebels. Some of them had tho assurance to ojeno to Colonel Allen, demandinghorses proio<*?ly onlscated from the rebel soldiers, to convoy?ie whoat to tbe army. Colonel Allen refnsod to give op the horses, and seat a ft quad of soldi eis to prevent tbem from taking the whoi",. Boon afterward tbo wheat field took Ore, and twenty acres were destroyed thia morning. It betag supposed that tbe wheat fleid was burned by Colonol Allen's order, be received tbe following noie:? RTKCIW OR)'KB. flfiK(FtlhCiM WHP.4RTMSJIT Of VlRKEIU, \ Fojtrm>? ttoftium, J me 39,1801. / Oolonel Allen, commanding Fim fzimeni New York Yohinleerfi, 1* ordered to re^m himself to ma, aader arreet, at these quartern, forthwith The ownmaad of nis regiment will devolvu ujion Dentaaant C>aael Dyckman, of bin regiment, who will rnpwt f> mo for further orders Charges sad specifications for trial will be fnrnl?b*d Oolonel Allen at tbe oarbeet possible mwn:t By order of tt F uCf J?R, Major General Command leg Tbe afffclr cantes great excitement. Fobtrjtb Momtox, (via Hal'-lmore,) June 39,1861. Col. Cars' regiment arrivod th s m irolng from Bxtsn, and proceeded to Washirgun witbo.it taxiing The original destination of tbfl regiment was Fortress Monroe. The Maasachnsette rh'rd and Fmrth regiment? a*? un der orders to march tomorrow morning Tfcey will p-obahly intrench themselves beyon 1 BampUtn B-ldge tnd form the advance of an impwtan'. mrvenent Uvard Yorktown. Their tine expires within three weeks The Naval Bti^ade will probably noirmpany them fc> Hampton. J.W.Bennett, of tbe First V9rmint rtg'.iiea*., dlel yesterday at the h3ep:tal of typhis ft.ve?. His bxly wlll be takon home. Over one hundred s>ek are now in tba fcoepi'.d Large nambers of contraband of war hivs oae la today. The rebels this morning flred t*2 <r tfc*?e ibo'.? from the new battery on James river, directly :>p??8it? Newport News. Ihe weather is Intensely hot. OUR FORTRESS MONROE COR1E3PONDENCB. F Monroi, V*., J-.ne 24 1931. Trip frtm Ntu York to foti Stmrof? Central Bit .7 in W*tKi*gtcn? Jrtpartini Military on /tat? jETiiU tf fte Jmpt, <tc., X; lie't New York on Tuesday mvnlng a', seven A M., by t&e way of Philadelphia, intending to take ffastiington la my course, but found two difficulties in my we/?no through tickets were sold to Waiting ton, and 1 cauM not 1< arc 3f ?ny transport frcn that p lot to tba fort Between Havre de Grace and GunpiTler Bridge re parted the Delaware r<gtnaen?, j-iq* leaving the cv? acd taking up their pjelikon in a Sell for the prrpnee of keeping thing* quiet ami gtaromg the bridge* ?a that tactl anh?i?4 At BaKtaasjre e'erytiiBg wae <inVjt, hot scaey of the BaiUaortaaB bad oa a decttedl? r.ilea?? a, im *eeov-d to (attest* aa lafense haueo towa-d* the u-oipe, wh<*?a the] call the "Northern Vandale." In coBvaraati m wiia a geatlenvn in Baltimore. I learned >h?t a esc ret plot wee forved to give the Brxt reg m?at th i*. pw?aJ through the p'aco a military eoad r.t or eeoort through. after getting on howd the boat I found two mooatUn howitzer* directed to Dcryee'e '/-oiuvee. PreeeatW twj or three ?bkrp looking r?l!oficuM on bjard and tiok a look a*, them. *VhUi :hey were .i?p3Ct:~g iho g-'..9 me or iba baeee of the M?t c^'ed -no one aide and ea'.d i bid beiur ?a?ch tbcte nit??thit >h>* fe low* wool 1 ?piie tb?m I tbeierore tjjfc It np^a^&s to k*ec> Ti$i'.v?5ioi*ar tboa ^n'.r. (be 534*. **? jfT r>)? T betrd from the s'an*'B th* e.:?un >.>f Ds-jeo"* a*.sp.%n1 f:> ol tbar :>et y* ("Sed ie?ils ') we* e trrtagthtoi Gc'7*'. *5?Wr left he>e<m rnee'ay ctrhtfoKm ?-id :b**ct eii' lotp?*??l r>. i??e i*?bn ms btwosM h???> *?n f?forr :* "?>?) *? b*e !k?<?a sg^ol ae?i of aotiv.ty j and kboit trie for? f-jr sime Jay* Ia;re wer* LD. \ PRICE THREE CENTS. fort; seven thouaaad round* of ban oartrlJfa a board ot ibe boat Mr the trot* In Alia eectton, aad iwai for(T h mi Tbeie erere tfvo hundred Urw aa BaHlaiir? for thit piaoe, but ooly tarty cuaW bo (ik?i aa bMrl Ib? e horsee arc for dragoon aid artillery paraoaaa Thre ia no difficulty Mm? the Oninaol aad offleai of tba Fhrat regiment, aa reported la tow papar. floaM chwgm have Scon profaned, bat tko awtton wore all djuk cJ, the otUoera deeming that, aa a b?n<f of bribers, they moat b?&r aad tt)rb?ar wttk ene*otaer>? fault*. 1 also fen Id with a Mr. Strickland aa board of tbo bnat, who . two daya before, bad beea all over tbo (ironrd at Harper'a ferry, aad waa afterward*arreated t>j flw Melge; but being endoraed by oao of tbo IFtaaoattn Udoneb, aad proving otherwise Ula loyalty, bo waa \*t off. Mr dtrlokload la tba bookaeUar wao waa driven out of Alabama a few vaara ago. Ho aaya there waa raaic*)} a man to bo found at Harper'a Itory wbeabo waaibere, bat that a body of tap rebela returaed taoro tbo it? day after bo kfk rbla eeeiua to ladiento that, tbetr evacuation waa oaly a ruae to oateb oar troope, auppesiag that, aa a matter or ooo'ee, we would lao>edl Wi; 'lie pwtMMB, MM U?ey would blow op MM who** concern But tk*"oM rat," too know, hmH aoAoMitog under ibo "whtto heap." and wouldn't rtnk bio obaaoe for ibo prixe. Theoe eraoaattoae, depend upoa II, mob I01B0*btBf. The iroope la tbla sectica are aU la excellent health and good spirit*. A little "pay" would improve then. Fowasai lCoentoa, Juno 21,1M1. Arriml and Vopmrtmt of MaumcbutaU Iroapt. Craw* ApetMa for the 3*ttertkip of Mi rasi?to* Of lee Ar raapoueaif?7he Htw l'ork fr?pe??* '* mni Wwwl of a Trrmmt ToU*'.ttr~T\>> Wounded, Zmrnm Ibe Mthl MmUory at GU*ctt>?r Pttmi?Msied Bmtterioo-MUroumg AforimotUt wck At T*alatum Li#At? IfW? it WmmUmt 4o. Dm ateamabipe Panbroke, Cambridge aad Baa. Da Ford, with tbe Sixteenth t?ahaaiOi (Irlab) reguaemt, >? Colon* 1 Oua, arrived ban to-day tram Bootoa. utk ' fthipe tntered the Rood* tbo troopeoa board werer#*?tved / in tbo moat entbuaiaatlc manner by tbo orowa of t|>o flag \ tMp Hlnneeota and tbo Coaabertaad frigate, tbo aaikora ' manning tba rigging aad tbo baada oa board playing tbo "Btar Ppaaglel Baanor" aad "Hall Colombia " Tbia regiment waa originally daalgnod to dieaaabark at ttia point, but General Butler icboeqaeatly received ardaro to send Ibo regtroeat to Washington, for which point they immediately departed. Ibo a loo llttlo aquabble amoag tba pewara that be for tbo lutlertb'p auggat of tbla pool jot remains on Voided. General Butler aad Oaptala Tahua.lge, tba Quart aqpaatar, co operate for tbotr particular man, wbUe Ceteea* Dtm lek dlaputaa tbo legality af ibair Interference by virtue of bla peeition aa caaaaaadaat af tbo peel. Accvitog to all prcoedeat tbo latter la entitle! to tba appelating power. The game la warth flgbtlng for, aa the a slier la the ealy person authorised ta aall niok ntoka to tba aoidlera here, for which be usually deoa?a<ia between 1*5 and tbrae hundred par cent for every art cle be aeda over and above wbW Um rime as Holes would cost ilwwhere It will be ?*en by Hua that it hi almost com^uitory for the troops to pv.ronlie the i?c^ab?u% whjevar ho bm; be T1m pott. nndsr existing oircomsiaaoss, will yield aoiear proflt of $40 00S par annual 'be pun cfflce arrangements b?ro *re of tho ??it pieslble dtkcriplton. No expecltlon la used to pt.$e tbe lev teia ??nt to the soldiers In tboir handa; on u?e osatrary, an overbearing mall paoe and dljtaurtal attitude ts aatumed to ail tboss haiin< buauDete ope. at ions W'.b tt. Aafor newspapers, tbe poitmasver does not pretend to sstortor deliver them to the persons to whom they a*e add tewed, and there are nt ib*n time at least two enrt km da ?r papers withheld from their proper uwnia. lhere eeenos to be no aatharliy here to remedy thte matter. a?d I would therefore soggte; that ibo Menda of the sold lens hero eater A ?mpiatot to the Genursl ?0 *. Otltoe Department a. VFashb|l? The New York troops In this vi.stof'v rec*tvs letters dally frcm home, swung that the home seller eommi'-uea iitgtaot to perform their doty, and that Mwe are at this time In New Yoik many worthy fatally, whM* lnul la tfpbtlng battles of hie ooantry, on the p>ln* of staevat'on for the want of tbe common nesejs tries of life. W 111 t be citizens of New York see to th<s tnavtee V Private Berry Bennett, of the Fl'St Varmint rejfiinwit, died at tbe depot hospital ? seteroay of ihe tvphoW fere-. Be was a jeupg man, and left bla studies a', ooltega In his tatlvo Stats to batile for the Onion. Bo was a nv.lve of Mtddtefcn'j, Yeimoct the c >mpany to wh><| ho higr d la a ationod at Newport News. They armed here this morning In tbe steamer Oatahae, and tbia afsfernioa pa, 1 tbe last tribute of resooot to their deceived rmirade. fhc bxy (f lbs Cicoaifd was forarardei a*, six P. M. to b?? native Rtato, via lUltimore and New York. Is my daily re'f. to tbe Uiepttal to d?y I bid a om ver'a !on with pilviUng John D iikju, oi" <X>ropiny H, ana Joseph Know lee, of Oorov.an? K, Du*y*e"? '//Mavet, wM both loat an arm at the 61k Un'&el blunt**. Ttaay are b< th np and do?ng well, and take a ahnrt walk every dty. 'be> are both poor >0^04 men, with nt skvm nf anr [I >n WMn 141 It-iaa.r VD1V wtll ICIG-d to New V<-lk. in about nee weft ^'lll tbo e.tiz.-.Ki of Vew Y.irk Jot ib< ?e he oo' go .inrow ir<'?o? I h >pe Ml lko troops beje muiffgt mi'h un>a*io*as tW, no fnrwarJ movcaten'. 1p to tna 7'h?? *r* to %a er cel'ent Ma n < (' discipline and etger tor ac opportune to tcti fieir fkill. there is a tuppwseed Indtgmttro here, though arm dfT?lop)Dg I'ielfby degrees. at tho fact that the rebels were allowed to ero-t a formidable bitterv at Hinceeter Pilot, io fhe York rlrer, nocriy opposite Y or It lawn, wbi'e ?rj two of o:r gutb a*s co-ild btrn prevented it. T*-ia h?tterv wan cimmenced ab >ut tlx weeks ago, aod the authorities h-ra w3?e eridenMy ap prisxd of it. Commodore Pandergrast, it is Mid, ioticel the project for fending a fleet to drive oil' the rebels, bit h a lupe-i >rs declared otherwise. fhln Gleuce?ter Point battery is ioaaled on an eligible strategical position, end In case the federal authorities attack Yoik town by sea, they woaid flrst hire to redaoe this battery, which cannot be done unless at a g'ea'. sacrifice of life. If we sbot>M attack York town b > tend and capture It, it would he untenable until this new battery shall have been reduced. Ihere Is no doubt that the enemy have many masked batteries between this point and Yarxtown the reports to the contrary notwithstanding. Ex oerienoed army officers who hold subordinate rank at this post declare their belief tfcat the roason these batteries have not been dinoorei ed by the ra'ioos reoonnoKrln* parties frees oar side is. that it would be foolishness for the rebels to dieclose their whereabouts until a superior force present* itself before the salient points. The stntssaent pubhshed tat some of your New York cente mporarks. in their oorrenpooienco fnm thai p ace, alleg'ng that members er the Naval Brigade bare deserted and g'-ne or*r to the enemy, and are new mtnnitg the rel<?l batteries at flswsh's Point, la all mass wwrk. No tuch desertions hare taken plaee, and the ansertien to the contrary la a has* slander en this deesrrieg hodr of men. The expetimcnta la the engineer department with Pro. feator Granfa calcium light, with a rlew to adapt them to ml'.itiry purposes, are programing tosly ,aol ere long we may expect to hear of another nova! and etfcciwe auxiliary to the system of m>dern warfare. L*st night the Interior of the fortress wss lltumlnate4 wUh see of these lights. The wtole en-. i+U of toe w.vk was- made ss light as noonday, lhe manner io which these lights Mt f/t Km nltima#nW nrnttUnnA teal ?* <!?* * ? ?wV *v? A *W? * um/ UV4IH IN* ?V divnifte. % Where la Pro'ersor I/?we ud hit military balloon/ There la a Ore', rate field here for hi? aoiial experiments, and hit service* will facilitate our eogineers ta the Itscove ry of a dozen rebel batteries between this point and Yoiktnwn. The rebels at Pig Point, opposite NewportMaws, seem to be very prodigal wiib their ammunition, aa they bin for two or three days paat fired their big gans In the battery at that place every little while, merely, I suppose to keep tholr hands in. REPORTS FBOM ALBXA.JTDRI4. Albxahdria, June 39, 1M1. The election for members of the State Legislature, which was to have been bed to day, under the action of the Wheeling Convention, has bern postponed tin Tuesday. It does not seem to meet with much favor, even among the Colon men residing here, and the pottp-moment, It I* understood, has Men made in oonsequenoe of the difficulty In obtaining the accessary number of E eoUon Oommlte oners, as required by the law of Virginia. it is now oencTM owe wat uenerai MiDrweii will not be snpsreeded by General Dtx, alth-jgh such change *n announced in m ililarf c;.-cl?a several days linoc. If any change It to be made, it la thought probable that Genera' Fremiti will be placed in command of thto department, which baa now become so extensive tha*. a higher grade of command log officer la rendered nrrn?arj General Fremont was c). aete>1 witl Secretary Owneraa at Waahlvgton, in company with Frank Blair, moat or to-day. There to bnt little probability of a speedy advance of the troopa from thto quarter. The want of cvralry to seriously felt, in gurrdtng against the encromhmsnta of the enemy upon oar picket* and ftr purpaee of acoattog Campania's Qwir 1 I, ?f the Firemen Zonavea, comprise the aecttttog expedition aBaded to jeetawda?. Super kateadent Stroose, of the military telegraph, today prcoMded to Baltimore, m nwJ# to FwSreaa Monroe. A telrgraph firms the fbrtrsea to Ifewpmt New* will be competed on Tuesday. A quantity of railroad iron baa aiao been shipped reoenily to the fuitisna Aea this point. U^rkw A# tlim PnltAil Ofntna rWa>?w ?m .iti.lwMAJh* prtaoter la tbo hands of the rebela. It to related of him '.tat be actcd bravely ta endeavoring to releaae b'snseir 9 frcm bis captor?, woondiag one of tbem ta tto contest and klllirg aso'.ber. Hia pistol baa b?en found on tbe roidsMe, where be probably threw it while ia cuatody, to prevent lit g'vlflg aid and C in'Trt to tbe enemy. Mia term of eniiataaeat expire I un elgbtof b!s vpiuro.