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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 31,1803.
1 1 m m en GEO. w. c. Ziiim aid C. BENEDICT, FnrUtart. IJCRLIXGTOX rEIDAT MORNING. JCLT 31. 1E63. the weekly free phess Is published every Friday morning, ccatnimng the sews of the week frcrn all part, interestin; ccrrfcepcndczce frcm. the arm-, and local and general intelligence. terms Two DoLLuia per year. If paid absolutely ia advance, SI 75. Single copies five cents. For rates of Advertising, &c, inquire at the Fr-rr Peess Omcx. No. C College St., Burling- ten, VL GEO. TT. & G. G. BENEDICT, Editors & Proprietors Oar Army Correspondence. FROM TIIE CAVALRY REGIMENT. "Kms E-fiCKiE't Gap. Va., ) July 16th, 1653. J Dear Frit Preu : While the thousand and one journals at the Xcrth ore teeming with the news of great victories, and while Divisions, Brigades and Regiments arc receiving encomi ums frcm millions of loyal hearts, I think it but STATE TICKET. Fob Gotersok, JOHN G. SMITH, of Si. Aliens. For Lifxt. Govesnoh, PAUL DILLINGHAM, of Watcrlury. Fob Teu surer, JOHN B. PAGE, of Itutla-.d. For Mesibix or Congress, HON. TORTUS BAXTER, rf Dcrl Line COUNTY TICKET. For Senators. JED. P. CLARK, of Milton. A. 0. WELCH, of Willitton, L. B. ENGLESBY, of Burlington, For Ass't Jcrors. ANDREW "WARNER ofjmcho, LYMAN HALL. of-ihtOurnc. For States Attornet, K. S. TAFI, of Burlnston. For Jcdge or Probate, TORREY E. "WALES, of BurhnSton For Sueriit, N. B. FLANAGAN, of Ilurtinstoi, For High BAiurr, R. S. BLODGETT. of Jtnchi. Tone of the Southern I'rr. The prevailing, though not intentionally avowed sentiment of the southern prets Uin favor of admitting that tbo Confederacy lias received a blow from which it is doubtful whether it can recover. Those event which it was foreseen would prove most destructive to the rebellion, should they occur, havo taken rfcee, and with tbem conies the con viction toat the days of the Confel.-r-icv are numbered. Against this conviction t'u it-ail inc newsmpew of the Sooth arc snuggling while it i evMent that the convicti-jr. bearu thorn down in spite of their tS.rt to be cheerful. Xo better testimony to the import anoe of our recent victories is needtd turn- is found in the tone of the Southern Pn It ia either despondent, and coofcw.l v .o. rlea and desDerate. The Richm- :il .- nstcft of the 17th, discoursing lip tn- f itn ation, after declaring with gwi. .md ccr t.iinlr van necessarv emphasis, lL;t affairs are not desperate, makes us of the following quotation as exemplifying in tin- happiest manner the spirit of the South "TTbat though the U be lost All is net test ! The unconqutrabk! will. And Etudy of revenge, immortal hate, And courage never to submit or Titld: All these remain."' The tone of tbe leading reijer farther south is more dispondent. While admittin their defeats and losses they shew lews dispc- tition to bravo the misfortunes of the rebel lion bv uselew and unfounded declarations. While it may vet be too smo to affirm that the epirit of the roVls is broken , it is not too eeca to congratulate ouR-elves upon tho fact that thev see that thtir chum; ii hopeless. Wc mav count much upon the influence that this conviction will have in bringing them to reason. The lines we hate quoted above, af firming that the spirit ofdetila inspire and and will inspire their breast4-, will do for the Editors of the llichmoud lar-cre, and doubt less describe th.-ir spiritual condition very adequately ; but it by no means follows that the entire coethmi peoile will he of the ramc mind. SnRir or ocr AVis.tj.rs TKOor. The courago and perteicrancc displayed by our AVcstcrn troop, baa liecn a subject of com ment and most disenedly to. It has ob tained for us victories where only such per sistent energy as tliey liavo exercised could have been raceetfut- Says a private letter written by on- in lb"1 service nt Memphis recently . " I base about fourteen months longer to serve if tbe war continues, and Frovidcn.-e per mitting, I wiH give tbe rebels another visit of three years, or ten if my services are required Tn that lesgth of time. I am bound to see the hing ended ii it takes fty years." This is the spirit that has triumphed on the Misaissippi and lia made our AVeetern armies aoeceeslul It may be of interest to some of our read ers to know that the writer of the above is Horatio M Price, son of Captain Price, for merly of BnrJington. Undoubtedly tuch will be rcrainded of tbe phrase, " a chip of the oM block." ' The Colored Troops on Mortis Island. ' We are glad to hear that he fa now rccoT i A correspondent of tho X. Y. Evening cring slowly, and when able to bear the roy Post, writing from Port Royal, July 21, age, he will probably return for a short Eea civea the following account of the bravery ton to Vermont, to folly recruit his strength. of the colored troops in the asrault cn Fort 1 liis friends here will be j;Ud to see him. "Wagner Fresh honors crown tho colored troops. So fullv had their character ror bravery and rtli- ance been established, that in tho recent asuult upon Fort nagner the Mth M". were alloweJ to lend our veteran troops, nor did they (to their a duty to lay before your many readers a short honor be it said) refuse either the lead or their , account of the part performed by the Ut Vt 'Wl tol0 Gsa. Stiaz. vbo Cavalry; a part I am happy to say of which we I iy n,, Haiy and kind bearing toward u a nnmrnt r nrrai. and ef which the ceo- them secured their confidence. ra:sinz his ! .i. v..,. . i,..t ! tiriia voice, cried cut, " Ii there a mm here tie or ermont may also boast. . . ...... .. ' - -t .. r ... Since the SOth day cf June we have been m , bright ? The tirth rang with the thunder of , rI,m alley Agricultural Sotlety will bo the saddle over half the time; and such march- j their " No " Turnmg to the eolor-fcearer, he . he.d at Vergenncs on AVednesday and Thurs- saia : "Is there any man to take his puce if c ,t. ,r , 1CM , , 4 - ' Vermont Items. A fatal accident occurred Tuesday craning at tbo "Addison House," Middlebn rr. A boy playing with a pistol which was not known to bo loaded shot tbe House por tcr.Uugli Jlakin. o hopes were entertained . I of his surviving more than a few hours. Tho Seventh Anneal Fair of tbo Chim ing and fighting as has been done by our Divis- . ion is unparalleled in the history cf this rebellion. Our march from rairfixto Frederick city was indeed a very pleasant one and was attended I with no accidents of any kind. ATe arrived at the latter place at midnight on the 27th June. OntheSSth we had a general "changing of, hands." Gen. gtahl was relieved of his com mand, as was also Cob De Forest, who com- xaanded our brigade. The dashing Gen. Kil patrick (formerly Col. of the 2d N. V. Cavalry) assumed command of cur brigade. The nine regiments composing the Division were consoli date! into two brigades, ours being the 1st On the morning of tho 29th, under our new commandcrSfWc moved on toward Pennsylvania, and at night bivouacked near the village of Little toirn. three miles over the line. Here wo met this brave eder-bearer should fill!" AVith lift ing of hands, and leaping, and almost yelling, all through the enthusiastic ranks, came the re sponse, " Ves ! Yes ! !" Trtim Gen. Strong himself, as he lay in his bospital four days afterward, suffering (rem his ghastly wound, I learned that these men had " tan no sleep ror three nights, no End since I morning, and had marched several miles." Uu- ' I uer cover or darkness they stormed the tort, I facing a stream of fire, falterin: not till the rinks were broken by shot and shell, ; I and in all these tests, which woull have tried j even veteran troops, " they fully met my cipec I tation;," said the General, " lor many ef them I ' were killed, wounded or captured on tbe walls , of the fort. No man broke till fired upon." The 6tb Connecticut, who bad honored them I selves at Jacksonville co-operating with colored troops, supported the Mth in the assault, seve ral of the otScers lying in the bospital confirm the testimony of tien. Strong. Ihe regiment went in TOO strong, and brought off only 363 with a very pleasing reception by some fiftv ! soundmen. Of 17 officers, only three came out ,, , , ,, . I unhurt The number of killed I have not learned. young iauica who uau ;jiui Hotel. As wc passed through the street their sweet voices mingled with the coarser cnes of the soldiers in singing " The Star Spangled Banner," "KcJ AVhiteand Blue," Sc. At early dawn on the 80th we moved on to Hanover. Here the kind ladies hail assembled at the markets in the centre of the town and with every thing nice to eat were cheering us on. Tho Misses had come out with boquets of nice flowers, and the merchants with boxes of cigars, &e. All these were being dis tributed freely, and all were enjoying themselves heartily, when a sound of cannon was heard in the upper part of the town. The frightened young ladies inquired and were assured by the sol diers that undoubtedly the citizens were firing a salute in lwraor of our arrival. It was heard again and again, and this time a skedaddling from the rear of the cowardly rear guard as sured us that Messrs. Stuart & Co. were attack ing cur rear. The 16th Tenn., a new regiment never before under fire, commenced a grand move towards the front and the rebels followed on. Luckily the ether regiments of the brigade had been drawn up in line, and the 1st A t. and 6th N. T. cavalry were soon face to lace with the hordes of Gen. Stewart The charge was led by Gen. Farnsworth in person. The rebels after exchanging a few shots broke and ran, and over 50 prisoners wae brought in. Among them was Lieutenant Colccel Payne, 1th A a. Cav., two captains and two lieutenants of the 2d N C. Cav., also a stand of colors be longing to the latter regiment. Skirmishing continued daring the entire day, and just at sunset the rebels fell back, when the town was re-occupied by our troops. Our loss during Ut day was 11 killed and SS wounded; that of the enemy 26 killed and 50 wounded. Oar ambu lances being in the rear of the brigade, nine of them were captured, meet of tbem containing the sick and wounded of the brigade. Our supply train having failed to come up during the day, we were without rations, but the kind and cver-to-bc-remembered ladies of ! Hanover cooked all night, and at day-break all were well fed. On the 2d inst we proceeded to Gettysburg, where the battle had commenced , and were assign ed a position cn the left of our lme. All day on the 3d was this position maintained against a Division of rebel infantry. Towards evening Gen. Pleasanton, learning that the rebels were slowly advancing, lint an order to Gen. Kilpat rick for a Brigade of his division, to charge their line. Gen. Farnsworth, with tbe 1st A'a., 1st A'L, and a squadron of the 6th X. A"., made the charge. Not satisSed with driving back the enemy's skirmishers, the brave General, amid the roar of artillery and the rattle of musketry, led on his men until, nearing a atone wall, tbe 1st Georgia and 1st Texas Regiments sprung upon them; the storm of lead poured into tbe ranks of our cavalry was too much fr them, and with about one hundred prisoners they fell back behind the battery. Our loss was very severe ; the 1st A'a. alone lost six oScers. The brave Gen. Farnsworth was killed in the charge. A truer man never drew the sword. No show, nor style, he was truly a model General ; and in him wc lose a man who was but a few days with us, yet wc had learned to respect and love him. On the 1th inst having received rations for three dsys wc started early in the P. M. on a raid around the rebel army. Enly in the morning while creasing the mountain Stewart's wagon train was discovered and Gen. Kilpatrick deter mined to destroy it, which he did in thort order capturing the guard .over 200 prisoners.including Gen. Jones. The train was over one and a half miles ltng, and was loaded with plunder of every description. Coming in tbe direction of Hagcrstenn on tbe Tthicst, a large body of infantry was encoun tered. Kilpatrick fought them for some hours and then fell back. It was in this engagement '. that the brave Capt Woodward, (Co. M.) fell. He was buned by tbe enemy but his body ha - since been recovered and Chaplain AVoodward, (his father) left for home with it a few days anec. r. H. r. About 200 arc now lving in our hospitals. Some, who had prophesied that the colored man would not stand fire, but hal finally yielded iu his favor, still contended that ghastly wounds and sufferings, with slaughter and death of com rades, would qua.h all their love of freedom and soldiering, and silence the boasts of their friend.. On the second and fourth days after the fight, 1 passed through nearly all the wards of the hos pital On the second day a very large propor tion of their wounds bad not been dressed, and j the steamship Scotia which left Liverpool on ui euurac iuvj crtr tcrj kiiuiui. cwnc imy mm l shattered legs or arms, or both: others with limts amputated, liebel bullets, grape, shells ana uayonets nave mane sail iiavoc. standing i The town of Andover is about erecting u new building at a cost of ono thousand dol lars, to lie aid for town meeting, lectures, concerts, dances, and tbo promulgation of tbe gpl. The boueo is to bo located at a place called Skunk's Misery, whero all tho business of the town will bo done at no dis tant day. Skunk's Misery derives its name from tbe fact that skunk was thrown into the ball at a dance several years ago. A copperhead at AVindaor rcceivoda show er bath at the " town pump" in front of the old " Constitution House," a few days since, at tho hands of a returned New Hampshire soldier. A great crowd soon collected, and while the " douche" was going on the pump was also sigorously used, when a brother copperhead came to tbe rescue. He was immediately informed that it would bo his turn next, when he left and bid away among some wt-edt. Nrws or Lee's deieat in England. By U.vroRirsATs Patriotism Tbo Hartford Courani says that a gentleman in that city whose residence is in Boston and who was drafted there, furnished a substitute paying a good round price for bim. Bnt as ill-luck would havo it the fellow ran off. Dcter tainiog not to bo out-done he procured sub stitute number two, but by a singular coin cidence ho also skedaddled. The gentleman regarded this as rather personal, and virtu ously resolved to go himself and to end tho matter. He presented himself at the office accordingly end on being examined was re jected. AVe wait to hear what his next move will be. Detachments cf troopu from tho army of the Potomac havo arrived in New York city with orders to take cbargo of dratted men in tbo Eastern and Northern states. It is as sumed that their principal business will be to catch run-aways. Relief tcnd. Tao fund for the relief of the colored people who suffered in tho late New York riots amounted on the 25th to 27,002 00 Contributions were still com ing in. iYgats of the War. Dispatches from Baltimore, Ilarrisburg and Philadelphia affirm that the rumored advanco of Lec into Maryland is not confirm ed or believed. A Cincinnati dispatch of the Cltb gives the following : A cavalry expedition under Col. Tolland of the ISth Ohio mounted fnfantrV, and Col, Powell of tho 2d Virginia cavalry, sent by Brig. Gen. Scammon from Charleston, Va. to cut tho Virginia and Tennceseo railroad at AVytbcvillc, has been successful They cap tured AVythevillo after a severe fight, took 190 tirinnprs. two nieces of artillcrv. and 700 stiiid of arms. Our loss was about Co i several hundred sheep a hrge number of I tn.in from . ,, horses have also been recovered. ingW 00 Several brisk skirmishes have taken place, pgnflb, h7n 25 AV th the exception ol cavalry engaacmcntJ, .... v. j.. the principal fight occurred Thursday evening scoured the wcodt i ,Z ?ne between Linden and Front Koyal, in which a nnH tn fi. .i. : ,,cmr? l inf.ntrv. nrebahlr Lm's I .u... j... " . "re ."auant rear-utrd. was driven throujh the tewn Tho cavalry havo done excellent service. The several commands havo performed ar duous marches and reconnoissances, and com pletely foiled Stuart in all hi attempts to raid on our Hauls ?nd rear. It is re were captured ath inst. short distance further, the tn, fired into, without injurin- 5jsuii unable to ficiraujrs, ana tne train further interruption. pr-.rj The reports are now re ported that 40 of 3Ioby 'a guerrillas j "e01" Gen. Lee'saii, tured near Fairfax Statiot n the "l1' I,UL E passed f ""j' iuursaay and Fr-i ' now at and south of Culperr, The passage or tho rebel, ' Buford s cavalry, but fi ' ' fall back. Buford, howrw, HrAW.iaii.RS Arkt or ihi Potoh.i, ) i rebel rear and captured man ' ' Front Royal. A'a., July 25. ( j the herd heretofore menu -J " be Maj. Gen. Commanding dirt-cts me to Longtrvcts corps pased tl- and to inform you that he engaged the ene my at this point yestcruay. j nn morning the enemy appears to liavo withdrawn and his army is undoubtedly en route to Culpep-io-and'Orango Court House, and pnAsblT I , L-l i l. .l:. nis ihenandoah at this among a large number, I saw: ell, boys, this was not a part or the programme, was it: Oh, yes, indeed, we cipectcd to take all that J comes," said some. Others said: ' Thank God, ' we went in to live or die." j If out of it and home, bow many nuuld enlist j again ? AVith brightened ftces, and some raising of even wounded arms or hands, all said: "Oh I yes, yes." Some sang out: "Oh, never give it I up till the last rebel bedead," or"the last broth- I er breaks bis chains," r, if all our people get their freedom, we can afford to die." Frank Myers, from Ohio, whose arm was bid- the lfth, and Quccnstown on the 1 1th, it ap pears that Gen. Jlende's dispatch of Jolylth and President Lincoln's annoatccaicnt to the country, the same day, of ben. Meade's vic tory tbe day before, and the promise of great iuoce- to tho Union cautc, had reached En g'and. Thcro was great anxiety to be the final result. Praise was awarded to tho troops by tho English journak-. Tbe Tinut, however, doe not yet wc tbo grounds fur President LincrJnV bopoful an ticipation. It say the principal struggle is Ho.v. Jou.v J. Crittenden died at Frank fort, Ky., on Sunday last. Ho would have completed bis 77th year, had be lived a few weeks longer. Mr. Crittenden had been in jblie life a very large portion of tbe time after hi- arri. val at manhood ; was a man of great ability and influence, and held in high retpect by j long, was burned, thereby cutting off com public men of all politidl parties iu the , munication and t-jr several week, country. The Petersburg Eiprett (rebel) of tbo 23d, i inst. contains an account of a raid on Rocky " I Mount, N. C". It says the raiders numbered Lwut ix Prostect. A corretiiondent of I from four to six hundred and came from .. ,, , .- r., AA'sahineton. V C. Tlic Erprti wys tne ueraia, uaiing okuor, jisk., i--u., re- , Tfa i(en JtuAj Mount about ports tnai tne norary ot ucn. ini n oeen j captured. It comprises several boabeb of i private and political papers of the arch killed and wounded. Col. Tolland and Capt. jy'jjng received by Gen. Sobenrk from roweti frcveieiy wounucu. ice tnviuv i 75 Killed and a laro numr wounded. Oar ; trrvirw trrrft iinvi on nv mo citizens irucj mo , 1 .. .. i -IOC .ini houses. The town was totally oestroyeu. (J. tho rcCciptof your di-patch. lUt'eUUIUWUUll-a'-llUl 4ajClfcC,ll. ...... .' after a bard march. Major Kruse had a skirmish with tho rebels at 1 1 o'clock this morning and drovo them out of AA'ashington. AA'hen last hoard from Morgan was at AVin chestcr, 12 miles north of East CastlebriJge, moving towards thoSteubenvillcand Indiana Railroad, closely pursued by our forces. The Richmond Whig of July 23d says . " The evacuation ol Jackson, Mise., left in the hands of the enemy the rolling.stock of the New Orleans, Jackson & Great North ern, the Missiseinm & Tennessee railroads. Tbe motive power alone consisted of over forty engines. The Ices is incalculable, lm- portant, and wholly irreparable Nothing i goes well in the Southwest. I The federal cavalrv raid from Newbern, I X. C, reached Rocky Mount, on tbe line of the Wilmington i AAeldon railroad, on tbe 20th, and destroyed two miles of tbe track. Tbe bridge over tbe Neuse river, 1000 feet rear he passed tbe place and Straeburg." The following information was received at Headquarters by Gen. Sebenek. It is from Brig. Gen. Loekwood ' The enemy has disappeared from oor front entirely, and i nowhere north of AA'incbepter. Our cavalry was in Charles town, Friday, and scoot' to the distance of 10 mike in every direction, without any signs of the enemy." A St. Louis dispatch, dated the Citb, give tbe following rtpotyif Maj. Gen. Scholield to Gen. Halkck : " General . On tbe 17th inst. Gen. Blunt attacked Cooper's army, five miles south of j froa 1 ; Fort Gi'ieon, and rooted him, capturing one ltMlcf;, , "r . r , ' : t - T-er on Friday morning ..j" night south of the town All tho available 6t-, . Railroad vas concentrate-i a i ' ' ' im was generally thm-i Leo was making all rs, raond, hut Gen. Buf ,r-l tend to make ".in-l - Rapidan. Ewel"t Wagrjll tr-(1 . went Hjuth from Strasbur ton t , aT.jid capture i.v ,7-priwnir- of inti-lliini-". ;r . our nuiiry has Jjn, Uc pkns ihananv otH'ran -Stuart'-, b-ij.n f, ,. , eavalrv mtn, .-,r at ji' . ' . court an -nri.nnt-'- Intelligent iW r. , admit tf at tr.i i, t' . for the hr'p - f ;' , i The Cincinnati r. gun and manv prisoners. The enemy left 60 killed aod'30 noonded on tbe field . Our loss was 11 killed and 24 wounded . Cooper retreated toward Furt Smith." Secretary AA'cllea has received from Admi ral Dahlgren the ftUowing dispatch dated off Morri Mand, July 21. Sir . I have to inform the Departnuutthat on the night of the 10th inst., a Urge side traitor. Several letters on sccetanB date back to 1352, and tbe collection will bring to light tbe whole secret history of seeeaaon. Tbo letters arc from both Northern and i Southern traitors 12 o'clock, meetine with no resiotance. The (-mall sound of 15 or 20 men gum-dine the bridge over the Tar river near Rocky Mount i wheel steamer, in trying to run int Char of course did not rirk an engagement with ' leston, was chased by the Canandaigua and such odd-, but wc presume retired in good other outside blockaders, and finally beaded order. , off and driven upon tbe shoals by Commander They, the fcderab, immediately proceeded 1 George AA. Powers of the Cat&kill, then au to burn the depot aad destroy the water tank cbored abreast of tort Alagner on picket du ly shattered by a shUl, sa d: "Ob, I thank God , Tet w come looking at Vicksburz and Port til mn. frsr tlm nriilMr.. T irmi t in Ia litr. il . - as He please." He stood right under the uplifted pword of thr hrave Col. ph. a-, tm th vwv tin of the mranet. as h cried: 44 Kosh on. rush on. I boys and then suddenly fell qutekl; followed Hudson Tbe TrMf die hard , C 'CIO to it. bat it has got to by Myers himself. No man can pass among these sufferers, so patient, so cheerful, bear them express their de- 1 aire for a spenly recovery, first and only, that they may (the almost universal expression) "try it over again;" aad also, their firm conviction that they are soldiers fur Jesus, to help on H a ' war of freedom for all the oppressed, and not be inspired with deepest abhorrence of slavery and unquenchable desire for the freedom of 'their , race. I have seen much to admire in them as eerv. ants and laborer in the field; as soldiers in camp on the battle field; but sever so rou:h m these relations that is so truly manly heroic and , subluac as exhibited in the furnace fires of war. The sympathy and kind attentions of hc col ored people are unmeasured. Yesterday Piter, 1 from a plantation seen miles distant, cllmg on ' Gen. Sailoo, said: "Gioeral, I brought load of corn from ou people, for de sogers in the hespi- I toL Some gives two ears, some four and some more, as dey be able. May d poor wounded 1 sogers have if" 44 A'es, yes; I thank tbem fcr I it," said the General Men. women and ebil dren, by the hundred, hare turned ministerial; angels ro their sntferint; benefactor, as the bt i lets of corn, figs, melor.s, pies, cake, kettle of ' ' coffee, soup, and numberless other token of i sympathy clearly evince. RzifRs or.THt NiNr-xo.vtBs Mrs. Tbe Vermont nine-months men recently discharg ed from service, on returning to their homes are received every w here with a hearty wel come. A line from a friend in Richmond informs us that Co. P, of the 13th, was received there on Thursday morning hMt, and their return made tbe occasion of a patriotic celebration A large number of citizens were in attendance, accompanied by the Jericho Band, to greet tbem. Short speeches of welcome were made by Capt. bleason, Dr. Sprague and Rev. Mr. Hough, of AVilliston ; a good breakfast was furnish ed for the Company ; toasts were offered ; and there was a general good time between t e soldiers and their friends Mayor OpdyLo has vetoed tbo ordinance pasted last week ly the Council and Alder men of New York city providing to pay con scripts three hundred dollar? He bases his veto on tbe ground that the ordinance is vagoe and illegal, and nolds that if the Common Council designed to regulate the supposed 44 irregularities" of tbe draft, tbey should have attended to it before, and not have delayed until it ws found convenient to appease a mob by such action on their part ty. Tbe steamer was fired by ber crew and j is now a total wreck. Tbe chances of r-ueceas j to sucn rnterpnae uo materially le&faenea j by our occupation of the main ship channel. and commit act of vandalism in this vicinity, they also burned at least 5000 bales of cot ton belonging chiefly to private individuals woo bad accumulated it at Rocky Mcnt,and n uimsiiI on v-a i rnn tj h. 1st nr f fvn l4Hf.rrv near by, owned by AV. S.TlutUr, to whicL J The ItKhmond Dispatch has tLe foUoWBg they applied the torch, and that spackmo tfi(;hari? "4- , , budding with all its machinery was speedily "Thebomhsrdment was renewed early this reduced to at bee. Tbia is really a wrious j morning. There a rapid and continuous loss to all that portion of tbe State, as weU I nringuniua nag o. iiyce went oown at nine morning ot I uc- u ( severe fighting our tr -fall hack through r . k' -cut up. The r'. t ; 2.500 men, with t A posed to bo the ail' . t the latest adviceb -within five mile4- ' closely following Martial haw I.. -ington. and all t' . tween 18 and 4 i , . -lor doty. It i- ;: i- -igainst the re'ir Jteoel citizen strong, moving Crab Orchard. M ; .' i -i i as tbe South side cf Virginia . A very o'clock. Tbe attack wa renewed this eve- . important to Ir.ir:- i AViu Dn-'i.T4:;:-Peoto'i MiK-nL - . AVaslun,;;on . I' CTRCILI:-4 lhe -ith poracrai.ti A ( i : . r . j . .1-- mnr. ice tsaemT jocasionfliiv rtntitr. i .nm. mrSequ.u.y ... 4-?lu to nuw w , r-v t - , -- . hi. - purctuuea ot tne people ot : ... . 4i"j4"6 . -- - . Lrolinn. and" the Juth side I The tjniig ia stdl ring on. A.e sent down "1?? Pretty broad insinuations are made that Gen. Lee ws invited to invade the North by traitors who proposed to co-operate with him. The Richmond D'ajatch say 44 Vi'e believe when the secret history of this war shall have Vera published, the fywdief of the General will be amply justmed by en-enm-atancn of which we are now and moat for a gen eration, remain completely ignorant." Jeff. Davis has appointed August 21et as a day of fasting humiliation and prayer. It is reported that tbe body ol a murdered man, Henry Dunn a private of the Mth Regiint Co. G.,wu found by the road side near Ieavensworth's Mills in the town of Charlotte cut week Monday morning. Suspicion fell on a man named Born as the A correspondent writes as follows Messrs Ed.tors. As I learn that there are quite a number of colored men drafted in this I Staxe.1 desire to know whether these men cannot The Ceurlotte UomciLr Tub raonesi I be enLsted in colored RiTtmtnti from other on the body of Henry Drum found dead on , states, and Vermont be credited for the ame? ' murdererlnd be ted acectdiiigry Monday morning in the South-East part of TBS colored people cf the country held a great Charlotte, resulted in a verdict of ' murder War ""ontion at Poughkecpsie. X. Y. en the by the discharge of a shot gun fired by John . 16lh lad l7,h in5' - for PnrP ' raising Bums." It appears. Barns and Dram, both rtcrniM fcr H'fremontLegion." Astbewmen Iri-hmen and r-i-hhor,. h.d 1 roaJa m Kr"4 " bt metorv were Eastern North Larolinn, and tbe south side of A'irginia, who since the war have been largely engaged in manufacturing clothinc fur borne consumption The regular mail train for AVilmington passed just thirty min utes before tbe arrival of tue raiders, and thus had a narrow escape from capture. Tbe train on tbe Tarhorough branch of the Wilmington road was not so fortunate. It was captured by tbe raiders, and two car loads of ammunition and oicr 30,000 lbs. of bacon were destroyed. They al attempted to destroy tbe cars and locomotives. AVe understand that they only partially succeed ed. Latik. AVe learn by telegraph from Wil mington that the bridge destroyed ly the raiders spanned Tar river near Rocky Mount. It was a most substantial structure some 300 yards king. Tbe track for the distance of a mile or two was torn up and other damage wa effected whicn it will require a week or more to repair. Travel it is thought will be suspended eix or eight dan. It ts under stood that tbe raiders have only fallen back toa of William Whttini;. - War Department, w hi em in all ci"f. t l.iv'i A person dncd iu'." -to United States under 'lit act March 3, 163, ch-ip-tr and calling out tbe nati' nil : -purpotte, claiming eaemj-t a son of any disability jijr- I tbe right lo have the .,a.n: . subautted tu and pnsscl upoa ' Enrollment, who do." c tbe t the Board shall hae dec. !c 1 1. Uahle to serve, he has the i - part. I be Yankees have two batteries on I "? rr- m oommu jjorTis i wuin ami nave irengtcenetl tneir position. No casoxlties are reported lo-day I Another Monitor arrived to-dar. making; ! twelve in all to the fleet to-dav 105 paroled prisoners aad : A t : . r reccivcu pMysieian just irom i 11 on Head says that 54 of onr regulars t-ok the 1 oath ot allegiance last AVednesday. The casualties this morning Were three killed and , six wounded. Tho-e which occurred this 1 morning have not been heard from." Also tbe following dated the 25tb. Regular firing from Fort Sumter and lot tery Wagner at the Yankees on Morris W md was kept up all night and continued ail -,f to-day. Tbe Yankees ocnarionaBT rear-on.. d from tneir batteries on Moms bland. I in Monitors and Irooeide lyina ootside t The lUehmond Enquirer of tbe 27th Ins the following : dTiasu, July Z3rd Gen. Koseeiana. is lu SMsmute withni such tv be fixed by the Board cf En- -fjearanee tor Jutv. " AVILU t'-I t'M.ns 1'icitor of t.T- Wi- JMES B n.-. Tro'- '-Iir- to Tarhorous-h. distant from IWk. Monm . "H"K . wree to aKaex Atlanta aad .v..... is ff ' about IS raues Advices from Charleston to the X. Y. IkraU give the following On tbe l'Jth tbe rebels attempted to drive our ioroe. from James Mand Tbe attack was sudden and unexpected, but Gen. Berry kou repuuea wem wiro great aiaugnier. make a raid on th Nthweatern Georgia railroad. Active prevjantiuos are beinz made for the defence of the dtr aad railnmd toChtanooga The rebel General Boweadiedoa the 26tb. (Mis.) on Sunday and that both were considerably drunk and became quarrelsome at tbe bouse oi one John Murphy and some blow were given. Bums and not lom: after in the tame direction, his home be-1 wm ljlcdly. 1 would still be in the I" j justice to them to allow tbem to enlist in some I colored Regiment Drafting was resumed Tuesday ,and the fol- j The gunboat Pawnee, which supported tbe ' lowing names were drawn . Twiutb ScB-Diirii.t Albany. Geo. A. Bill. Eli Mctealf, John Ander-on, Edson AA". Davis, Schuyler AVilcox. John A. I r i r- t, . , -. AVohaveaeenn.omcial announcement a. , .ZSj'XSZ wa sent borne, ' t0 h,t wiU done n,tl tht daftcd men of ' Curtis E. Kinney, Chester M. Paige, Charle Dram followed ! color' g0Tt'rnlBent having drafted them, , Bowell, Carlos Rowtll, George G. Bundy, end a place I t RrruND CorMT Lm . belo at Rutland July 221 I nosninatioris weie made. a. n Clark, Poaltney ; Xatham . Haven; Wflhaai T.Nicholt-, K. Assistant Judges Barnes f r, ney ; Joel W Ainsworth, Availing State' Attorney D E Nk-h-j!-rarfurd. Sheriff William M Fit Id. R . High Bailiff Ezra Edson. ! -. Judges of Prohete A L Br : of lUtland ; C M Wilhrd. D ton. in-' beyond that of Burn4.. As he passed Burns' bouse Burns came out and accosted him, and after a few words shot him. Fifty six t-hot entered tho breast and abdomen. two took effect in the hear: and eight in ! i other places. Though be at first denied all knowledge of the affair, the evidence of his I guilt was very direct, two of his own daugh. ! tors reluctantly testifying that they heard i him km his gun to go to the door that as j And we can sec no possible objection to al lowing them to j .in the colored regiments now formirg in other states, if they choose e r do T r:n: r:.-; .. . idem I "J""" "v, muni niccer, iimotny L. - . I 1 I. n ii.mi. II 1 .. . U . - ,, - , .'wMu ciiauiT, vrauviiio .. Chcn"v, Carl-is Maxlt Gru.vsB'JEo' Geo. AV. Wood, John Edson. J jsenh A. Crane, Georze Youne. Celt in E. Lumwl.n Dfaatitsc ScnsnrciES. AVe havo noticed several reports of deserting substitutes pcr fcsns who evidently took upon themselves the obligations of United States soldiers in place of drafted men, receiving a large bounty therefor, with tbo previous intention to de sert as soon as possible. AVe believe most of these deserters have come from Canada and aim to make their way back thcro with the fruit of their dishonesty. There cannot be too much precaution taken to prevent such rascality. It is getting to be dangtrous to those who attempt it. Last Saturday a .Canadian from Toronto, a substitute for a "Isew Haven nan, while trying to desert from a conscript camp at Gravcpinc Point, Ct., was fired upon by the guard. A shot in tho breast and a broken arm put a stop to his deserting for that time. Drum came along, their father accosted him and called out . 44 Drum, what made you strike mc to-night?" that Drum turned to j wards him and replied 44 you struck mc Erst" that almost immediately their father C. i i r .... uitu auu urom cauea out 44 u Hums you havo shot mc." Alter bearing tbe testimony and the verdict of the jury. Burns confessed his guilt and wae committed to jail for trial. Burns is the father of a large family, most of his children being grown and much re spected. The interview of the wifeand chil dren with l.im as be passed his bouse in charge of the officers, was painfully affecting. Drum was the father of a large family. Though somewhat addicted to strong drink, bo is not represented to have been a bad or (quarrelsome man. He was a member of the A'ergennos Companyof nine-months' solaien, J in the 14th regiment, and came homt: from ' Brattleboro' a few data ano on a furloufli. I - -- - o I Calderwood, Christopher C. I'routy, AVm ' n1 UD'? 3 officers escaped unharmed. I AV. Blake, George D. White, Alexander T,,e t-'4,,ski41 "truck ocr fifty tii ; Calderwood, Samuel P. Campbell but a" "S1 ' S!'- went to Hilton 1 Our Army ( orrepondefy. riioM Tun stii niicuiDT. Duoei Poet Hcdsok, July 1st, 1S63. Editors Free rrttt : I have already written you a short ac count of the severe fighting done by the Sth and AA'ciiacl's Briade on the 27th May, the first at tack on Port Hudson. This, you have haj, am- piineu, ana in detail from tbe ..ew ork, and man J. AA arren, Ephraim P. Dexter, James ooston papers, ana wdcc-l their eerrespondence ' auuocic, ucorge kelson, l'eter II. Randall, from this place is so full, as to makeany general I a Kfxa' R Sw?er, Jeremiah F. ... uuji, jra umis, iianH-i r. Iloyt, Geor-e F. Shepard, Stephen R. Renfrew-, James AA'hitnev, AVm. Greaves. Geo Merrill, John S. Mason, AA'm. H. H. .Merrill ncnry cawver, James J. Allen, B. F. D Rebel dispatches dated Morton 24 th, rive the follow in : Tbe enemT eraouased Jnekaon xmptJ lef t Bank, grounded and a re4! battery morning. Col. Wirt Adams' Cavalry dashed opened upon her, firing about 50 shots, 39 of' in aad aptured a few straeders. Canton nuivw w.. un. uu. Duijuri.uy uunicu on j nan ajso oven evacuateu. and opened u;on the rebels, putting tbem to ; Grant' entire army has cone to Vieks- fliglit. Oar casualties were small and the ' borg. noels were taught a lesson they will not . An attempt to blow up the State House soon forget, li.o bombardment of Fort 1 sailed, although it is baoly dsnaaced. Wagner as r newed on tbe morning of the Oar cavalry are pursuing. Tcey have de 23d, the iion-clads co operatinc with the ar- ' atrared all the nuebint. A, BT. Duriruf tlie davr Fort ninwr jru. - 1 Mwnn .r.,1 ..l . t 1 ! - - " . j o mi. ubK w.cnt iiansun sou i leored lor some time, and the colors shot burs;. .. Mobile wi!!, no doubt, be the next nbuv i Tranquil its spirit seemc-1. i ew Lm--u batterie wcro opened upon of attack. An ofieer from ATckabunr say 1 2n ia its very motion ti:.--tLe reU-l doing great execution. that McPncreon's entire corps left that plai Waita ery orea,tt 01 1 -' Later. A charge wa made upon Fort ; nc the 21st. moving up tbe river Thtirof- a" ,hc traveller tn x- -AA'agner, and our tr.,ps after a desperate t ficers s:atld that thev were -im- to Rich- ! f,m' m?,hoaSh'. ' struggle were oWieed to fall leek, which movul b c To whose white robe the gTv Tranporis from above are oooxtantlv arriv ing. .Nearly all tbe rolUajr stock aad can- The Evenin; ! A elood lay eradVl near -A gleam of crimson tinge! vt --. . Long had I watched the z'rrs . O'er the still radiance cf tht-: ! AA'ilUam Calderwood, John Bartlett, CharleJ tn? uid in rl:e4le' order and held their old D. Silver, Allen Spiers. Jame AA". Curtif P"'4''1- Tbe lowofour piJe was quite se ll us tin C. Eastman, Charh-s M. Bailev, Ben- ere nut nur total laM 10 kiUcd and wound- ; aon were sent op to Greaada and iamin Cate, Loren AA'. Hartson. John Barr rf "Dd n-iMingMncc the .Oth i only about , sequently saved. ! VVaUace AV. Go. AVm. Jt va. 1000. ' 1 H ward C. AA'ard, Sti.hen A. Smith. AVm I ho -lath New Jersey lost about 250 ' Aad by the breath of mero Bfjbt onwards to the oi len - r- -1 Waste, to the eye of f a.ib, :t m And tells to man h r c r Campbell CitinsBiKi .Man ui .Mason, Charles E. Hopkins, Still- Head bovc ae- Afasliington dttpatches of the 27th give .he following -n important e.-rrr of fact occurs in the ! t-larpenter, Alfred C. Avery, George AV. Smith, Samuel Lathe, Alpbeus Annis, Timo- my c. iioyi, ousdtti U. ilhams. David G Moody, Job AA". Allen, Jackson Hidden. Mexico decxased an EirnxE. The latest arrivals from the city of Mexico, with dates to the 10 inst.,announcc that the Council of the Notabilities declares that the Mexican nation through them selects the Empire as the form of government, and proclaims Maximillian of Austria Emperor. Should he decline the BCKUNGTOX ACRIWLTVKAL LlEKaRV. A few weeks ago we noticed briefly aticntcrprisc on foot for establishing Agricultural Libraries in Tillages and farming communities, and the attempt then in progress to establish one iu this place. Wc are pleased to notice tho success of the enterprise, eo far as to have secured already about sixty subscribers, at 5 each ; tho organiration of tho owners by the election of Rev. N. Foster for President, Dr. AVm. C. Hickok, Vico President, Ljuis Follctt, Secretary, and M. II. Stone, Treas urer and Librarian ; and the reception of about 150 volumes of great interest and use fulness for the Library. The collector was fur nished by Mr. John Raynolds.AVholesaleand Retail Dealer in Agricultural, Horticul tural and Scientific Works, of Concord, Mass.,and from the catalogue aa well as from an inspection of the books themselves, wc tco at a glance that, by means of an ownership in this Library, acceso is had loa large num- , good conduct at tho battle of Corner's Bridgo, bcr of works of primo character, on the vari- ' on the first expedition up tbe Tccbc. Dorinc ..! l..rf , .... 1 .. j u. uiauun oi iarm anu garucn nusoamiry, l"c fe'ero tattle ot tho "7th or Jlay.-U-iorc ; on the natural sciences, on fruits, flowers Port Hudson, Capt. Hubbard. Asst. Adit. and domestic cnimals, and architecture, he. ' Gen. of the AA'citzel Brigade, was instantly No private library is likely to contain a fifth j killed, and Capt. Barstow was at once ap part of those works which.by this library ,cv- I pointed A. A. A. G. in his place. Itithisca ery owner can have acccta to according to ' parity he served in the night attack of the his necessities and taste. AA'e see by the I 7th of June, and the hard-fought battle of f regulations that each incinbcr can have out i tne 11th ult., and received favorable mention one book nt a time and retain it fur two ' in the official report of Col. Van Patten, weeks, and that there arc proper regulations ; commanding the Brigade, for bravcrv and to N-cure promptitude in returning book, ' good conduct. AVhcn Gen. Banks called for n rl in m.lrtni. nnvl .11 -I - -. -n vr 1 l i , ., . . i n "fc4."4 ..ope uiuniccrs lor tne loriorn nope, to storm the . of all else. A'otunteers for a foilorn hopo to the regiment being not vet mustered out of the service. Ho was esteemed amon-. hi 1 drk wfi werc wUMraTn from the The nine companions in arms, is ono of tho best 1 moDlh' " wtre mU 10 h"c f-ulcd in soldiers in tho rer,m.l. ,mn( -.,) erytbinS aiairjncd them, and hence the failure , l J.. ful in his jjaoc, and did much to cheer and animate these around him in tho fatiguing march to Gettysburgh, and he fought bravely in the great battle at that place. Quito a number of his fellow soldiers were at tbo inquest and manifested their deep regret at hie sad end. I account, superfluous. CoL Thomas gvlliatly ! led the brigade in person cn the first day's , fight, and bas won tbe admiration of all by his bravery under fire. Aside from the every day , fighting, as well as friendly talk with the rebels, tbe Sth bare participatol in one severe night at , tack, and took a prominent part in tbe general I assault and terrible fight of June 1 1th. In this , fight, the fragment of this noble body of A'er I mooters lost 30 in killed and woundel, what more need be said to show that they were as 1 nt aal in the front, and gallantly did their I CoL Thomas was severely ill at this time, , tne commaM or the brigade devolved uron CoL , John S. AVilley, Frank Warner. James i Lovol ! Smith, 111th N. Y. ; be being mortally wound- ' laud, AVm. S. Parker, James E. Chapmnn, ded, early ia the day. Col. A'an Patten, 160th I P-r A Farley, George Hoalv, James Field! N. X. managed the brigade thnra-h thefirht. At ,,' , J?clil4l?D.. a4Ph Je, Jerome B. for supplies and coal Kichmond papers cmhriu the count substantially. A Cincinnati dispatch rives tbe foUowmc: report of Col. Shackleford to.Col. Kiehmond; dated Headquarters in the field Dear New Lisbon, July 26 . 44 By tbe 'blessing of Almighlv God, I liae succeeded in capturing Gen. John H. Mor gan, Col. Clukc, and tbe balance of the com mand, amounting to 1W prisoner. I will start with Morgan and staff on the first train for Cincinnati, and await the General's order for tram-portation tor the latter." Irasbebgh. l-'en. Foster under date of Newbern, N AA'm. Lock Jr.. AA'm. H. Rand, AVm ' r-1 i iu 1 'r.makeS tho folIoW4ng report to Foster. Joseph C. AVoodburv. Henrr AA"! , T, , . i t i .1- . i iiae ine nonor t., rtvkrf h.. raid, barine for its ohavt tl I of tho railroad bridge at Rocky w. c : i r J ! eurrd the JtarftU. . w.vm... iuuubi.u uuBiwjnuiiE. ine j comx4tion which the correspondent desires to be made, althouch written vnitrnlsv v.. I for mosjc at Com an i; - not received through a sm-ial nnm'u, .... n ... til tolav. He v "v- ' - : On the 22d inst", while Gen. Lonstrect j ti,ed notl4 cLn.:i : was endeavoring to get into Eastern Trginia er that any band enga;.-: byway f Jfans Gap Gen. A P. UU1 ! kreof-jre has give-, -' corps took posesioii ot Chester Gar. Our I . , carairy made an attempt to drive him out, I mdnor an4U"' thL' ' ' :! but he was too strongly posted for succext ' S taste displared ;n tht They bowever kept him in check until rein- and the imsorpaeWd .kill forced by Gen. Lon-ntreet a and Hill'. ' . . ' man-Is cauie thr,.n,-h .K. r. .i v render one ot tneir . r - .m., mi- -i w- I ably in Culpepper. It wus Longstreet's I command which was sow near Amisrille. I Gen. EweH's corps went to Strasborg. i Advices from the army of the Potomac !y usat large numoen or horses have been loond in tbe mountain zorz-es and ai.nmnri- new toe a tea oy our troops. Our eavalrv is returned, completely weeesrfuf. ! ? l "? an"'-'k. betwn Kelly peuiuon consisted ot the 3d regt. N. , -rLToT rl .l o .- inursuay last, while U.- oru ana oia army corps of .Meade H. Larabcc, John Preston, John D.Edmond- vnaries u. ijioos, Usman 1. Ujdger. Covestkv. Elijah S. Cowlcs, Elisha B. Lock, Martin "J.1"'. wuancs iJWlcs, Kcu- stora the works were called for, two days after ', hen Ash. George Belknap, Tbos. II. Baldwin mis oattie, out co wcrx nas yet been dono by i , 4JU'"4,4U- It It1! Ilrtt A 4r4v f " """O4 insLMlrc- Samuel l',r 1 1 i i .. , .7' . ' I l,r,l .C them. sult.tna bard skirmishing u gomg cn continual- : Uiggins, Horaco Fairbrothcr.' Georec C ly. I hope yea uiy sooa have mora chcerinc ' Bean. " ClOVIF.. I Y. cavalry and a squadron of the 12th and I of .'III n, men. and raw -r x- i . i-u oi .-.win , - . .. - . - . - I i-aroiinian. and was under the command of ', .1- ?! , 100 mou"1 or Mamweas tiap, Lng. Gen. Edward E. Potter, Chief of taff i ' laluat44 was leceived that ( n-a. Ine bridge over the Tar river nt Umptrcet was trying lo get rowefioo of tbe Mount, a station on the Wilmington )Vef- 1 a?" , ' sPlnola. comamadinj; the Ex donrailroad.betweenGoldshoroandAVeldon 1 oehor w. SW musket of that corns was completely destroyed. The bridge waa j ,T BrdcreJ '"-'"rd The Com threo hundred and tidy feet loo-, and tho ' "V"' Jeneral auppoed the rebels were trettlo work 400 Wi -,, oly in mil fore on and hKi.i .k.. . Daniel Ashley, Charles 444 . a flouring mill, containing 1000 tm-- 1 a "M1 ono mtlo from the Gap, be Boycc, Horace Hancock, of flour and largo quantiu, of bard ' U i j 1 "ojal.and therefore sup- , OUUj, containing shells and I 1. . C ""uvieni 10 atsioage ! cictv munition oi war. a news. Tour. PEKSOxat. It is a pleasure to us, at any The ofacial announcement by Gen. Banks time, to mention tho name and notice the j of too unconditional surrender of Port Hud- promotion of c worthy son of A'ermont in tbe crmyof the Union, as we now do that of Capt. J. L. BaRSiow.of Shclburne, formerly Adju tant of the Sth A't. Regiment. He was, on the 21st of March, promoted to a Captaincy for son on tho sib, reached us on tho 15th. His dispatch of the 10th gives particulars as fol lows ntiDfiCAEIEES DErACIJIEST or TUT Grit,) lvth Army Corps. Port Hudson, ( .. t , July 10, lt63. 5 Sia : I have the honor to inform you that with this place there fell into our hands over oouw prisoner, luciuaing i w.jor Ucneral n 1 Thosas i Anderson, AVilbur F. Ssctt, Mar '?.al L-G'lman. Horaco Randall, Samuel King. Chester F. Shcrburn, Sidney Terkins, Jam s Emersou, Fred. P. ChcnJr. George B. Haven, Martin V. Cook, Henry Y. Cisco, Henry 1 Phill p,, U,rvey Lewis, HenryQ Soavtr. Ruthv Lewii. ItT.t ,.h n i;:..i.K.J ' Krk: Mrd' Ltca i.L .110 IOR Ilia ScrFinte. ... M.. - vi Law. AA'e notice iu the .Vow York to . 1:.. Js . . 1 jiv.c . ..... ui ueany lorty ominent law firm 1 -"i"44. o.-4"--. a-c, an engine and a train I a ,raSa in of 23 wagons, filled : with stores and ammunition, an armory and I machine shop, with tho machioerv and ma- JT" . , VhK oandreJ of cotton .i-av .at. ut-oiruycu. At Tarboro two steamboat, one barge and a fine iron-clad in process of contruc?ion. a w.mill, a train ot' cars, one hundred bale. 01 cotton, and large quauliues of subsistence and urdnaiKM store. were deatroyed. About "i.1 . , f". aua eome 300 ani mals. IlorSeSaiHl nniln. . , - .. 4-wrc oou ooutra- iwivtiiij toe ino enemy About a quarter ot a mile from , irc?tof WH there was a stone wal' and behind that alto there was a small rebel lorce. Gen. Spinola at once took an obser vation of tbe ground, and after pointing oat to his regimental commanders the work thev would have to perform bordered his traUanlt brigade forward, and with fixed bavoBetsand a yell that e bowed tneir determination to ccecd, they pushed forward, when tho re bel quickly lied from the bill and took re fuge beh,na the stonewall. Up to this the brigade rushed also, vhen lt,;-j rose up a wln.lo hriade of Georgian, and 1 Weet o.ri'44''!- bearing than a thousand 'i ope" or Exhibitions of I'mar-. badusrrsof African Mm:ieL-; ter always have their aduii.-f-tin crowded bouse uf Monli; will show that there are al.-.4 a"- can appreciate a high, r is? t - ! Tickets, and rmcrx-i eat-- cbargr, can V c.-4m-' Store I CoaaocutsT AVm.. - f cisc for CoauBencenH-n: ,r ' " 1 stand, i as follow4. 1 Oo Sunday P. M.. liic 15a. ca ' mon by Rev. President Tim.'' ' ning, an Address bef-'v " gious Inquin . Tuesday forenoon, a.i Air Literary Societies, by Dr J o Springfield, JIase. In the Jrr:- " dree before tbe Pli Beta Earr-' " tbe evening Junior Exhibition Oo AA'ednesdsy t- i1''1 ' ' " mcnt P.. . 1'aavLLLti. I -vt v ". ' 1 1 Brigadier General, IM pieces heavy artillcrv. 5 who have volunteered to -rive tWr ,niY.:. was complete batteries numbennrr 31 niw- t j.i . -1 . 1 nvii , artillery, a good supply of projectile, for ligLt -"Mt"' ,rcc ol CMrZL to such colored , Our loss in , ,i Ei.T.AVr '"'':.rr,X7i,uuu I.'"'- : .. . i-oi.j-yuierooo ' "iiiooicxcwcl ' T,"' "anas or, in ice utcsnvo-e riots of that citv. 'n.,ri... s;fn-XLu a 5C"" aount cr i lound to nmke .rood all W, -.,' . -Iit fci. AA'e captured also, two steamers, one rfl,w. mob violence, if th. l.;m n. . .- . . . ? . . is very valuable. Tl.ey wUl 1 of great ice i ,i - 7 , 7 jT -K ..nitim. great scnice scntcd to the Controller w it i in , cloe tcrutinv of throno tbey implore the French Emperor to - w .uu r : ...crr win I-- a large nuunion to tne lat or works nt Port Hudson, Capt. Barstow at deuce to occupy the throne. This prockma- j member,. The study of such books, and the j once sent in his name ; but in a day o- two tien was isrccdiatelr cade public, and a discussions to which they will naturally give artcr he was struck down by a fever, and was courier posted to Vera Cruz, whence it was- rise, must be a source of profit to all con- ' taken inscnsiMc and delirious Trom tho scat by a French rteomer to Havana. I cerncd. trenches. I am, General, Aery mpectfully. A'our obedient servant, N. P. Basks, .Maj. Geu. lo Gen. H. A II vllcck, Commander-in-Chief, ATashington. time prctH-ribtd by law. rnriment Vuth -.i:s loe hirce had cuwunt fighting with the ",'",' aU udJ tl commsnd of Gen. An .... , ..iw tiweavoreo tointetcent their r.- TV"' onr troot-s heeded tbem not and amiua snowerofritfe 1-allets and artillery nre in lront and on the llank, rusU-d for ward and with the hayonet drove the rtU-k. irom their position and H-nt them ..iiu.i-er-b ..t the fkld. The retxd lia Trac not Ie- thuu j"t killed aiid w..und.-d AVt. .,i ., Mr,ijlin., ,, hie tin i. M. mtj ot Jt ,.t ei,ut,!,;, '. . 1 jmt night out soldiers btrouac-ked on the natth! ground and th . uo tnueavorcd tointetcept their re turn, but in eu-rv cum tho ZZ.t. ' cither turnul or ih.r . ' ii . . j ..w.v wwk:iku ti) killed, wounded and mUcin" -o men. the licadquiirtcn, ot rl,. 'otomacsay that during the i jbt have not been idle, but by a Our correspondent "V. H. 15". sends u. a list of the casualties in the cavalry regiment; which we shall publl-h next week The Regiment now numbers only 3W) men fit ,r dtitv n UT"" oso GcvEnat Hosriiat. JJr. if. AA . Carjcnter, Surgeon 9th Acrmont A ols., has relieved Dr. IJ. B Dcvendorf.latc burgeon in chargcof Nelon General Hospital. Ur. D during hi short time in charge had won the esteem or all connected with the hos pital by his untirins efforts in tehalfor the jaticnw. AA c think that Dr. C'arttntcrwill prove as untiring as his preilecesor. Vori totrn Cavalier. rapid marches succeeded in lfflis hisscti '",0 Frn yal. hi ailtlBDls to iit..r ...... v." ... . In th ...!.;:. : r..ri.ll: k:.. ... . . -nris tf tltM 111..,. n:. 1 (Mt It is gciierally Mieved he j, . 1UJT,., , rapidly toward 6t.unton by tU blunaUoai! ?iV Utnei "!eelt Hucker--Ashby , and Manas.,, Oar,,. .at j " : trorjg I n,n force alreadv there tiyo last named plarw!-.. .1,., , , f with loss. ' ' k At Chester Gun , ,,. i 1100 of the cnttlo' ,f;T. tl'T?.."lM .vu .., enemy. t ! k. opinioi. u, iiiilitai sharp of selling ticktt.-. iV. . j go. ia Vermont Cen' j ISailroad.-, !i;.s "jc- For further j-urticul Daisy. Agent "A l'i:.tir OK KKtMlX ofM.nl," aaM the .-raan, . n Biwnlc fn-m Uk- Om. od Ur.KZ of villainous tvnir4- aal that which tlw calk lalrt.i- T oo tUiu. aal sj..r ..n ti -lcnN lj'ol.l Jl.'tal tleraiu- II ji 1 jt'fl, I thai :'i4-e i nuthiuj; ill ba 1b- t whwie.-ale uien tlmt the rebulu outuumlx-red us hi l.'r MX to one, but they u peartd to In. i-uU1,i, t. V 'cd out, and alter being dislodged 1'r ...i the MulK-w.ill tlu-y cijuld not tnoe u. .. m!1 on their way in "mi upright norm.':., -.t ran led up "on t .tir I ji's .,n ;' l. , . ... Sinn-onr mi-ti :sn opportiimtv 4 ,urinf. in 1 hae been u-e-l an cfTcethe fi-. ...f wl.irh il V .1. . iM iucl..- !..ai. md . t'lcaiM-l.i- ' ti .. .,. ... . - . turn at r.-t.'i u- -1 frf th l i ;...',lW -ri. p'u 1 S'J I &u.. , 'I supet , - :i0e ef ibe 1 . f .be Muii:. r ..n-'urat go! 1. I- and . S ."P1 '44'a!5lon1 which performs the nati ia- md di.fatch says that on the 27th, (Monday) a 1 besides the tune? most ia &-r - special A" moreover, thut U is fum-l'd w ij