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i Y 'I "I ' ' 1 11 111 ALJ5XA3J3a K. 0 0B2I AS In cnttrrog upon tht Tonrttonth year of our hbois m "StclUar of tie Spirit of th Age, we vro;;!d'tuTn out sincera thanks to the thousacls f kird niendu wha have stead by us, ' enters gtag and supporting us curing Ihe long- period wo have been cats-ring for their instruction and information, i Until tVis cruel and nn natural war was forced npon us by ';cur northern enemies, we gsno en vrosperouJy ; improving 44 the good Spirit," as our friend .termed our payor, and exten ding ear efforts to give eur readers a large paper, well filled with choice, tfifyinj read ing. Soca the exorbitant prices we were re quired to pay for printing paper, ink, Ac., cempallcd vs to reduce the fire of our shoes about one-third, or else suspend its publiea ' tien altogether for the- blank paper clone oest us moro than we were furnishing the printed sheet to our subcribers at Siaeo the reduction in our size, the price of paper, ink and every thing olxo used about , a printing effice, hare nearly doubled, so that itcosts us considerably more money to pub lish cur present small sheet, than it formerly did car large cne. Beside tin?, ifoostsus four tiir.rr as' much te support our family otery article cfi'jraily use be-in so greatly fidvaiuul in price. Our Journeymen, too, are asking for inucrssd waj, evnng to the high prices cf things, and they ought to have it. And add to all this, that we hare no ad vertising or Job Printing to help us defray the expenses f cur cfllec. Our re.ders vrill see from ihe above truth-" ful statement, that it is with difficulty wa' nra able to keep our craft af tat. What, then, aro wo to de ? We must either have large accessions to our list, er we taust increase tha price f the paper. We leave it for cur fi iends " t dtciie. which it nwst Ve.-t, If we an st . cna or two' thousand new subscribers irve diatcly, ad get cur present subscribes to .(.now as their annual subsripticns expire, weslvll be able to keep fleut;but if not, wcvi'i be coispjllei to is creaks oar sub :; ripli- a pi icw to two dellir.-i a year, in order i luCii exper.sgs. This is the pi ain simple truth. "We ?hill endeavor ty neaka the paper ia the futv.re, at it ha been in the ptsan enter taining family visiter and a reln-hlc newspa paper keeping our rer'.d? rs fally pasted up with rtgard to the progress ef the war. And wo earnestly appeal to our subscribers, every ene of thim, for their aid in increasing tho number of our subscribers. fc.'aK LWT. Jj:-; "C.Vt. SlischieYQiis Eopcit?. ''-Col. Vasce ia Baki- There must be same peraens with eTil i- j Cel. Z. B. Vxcs, GeTernor ehet I North entions who set on feot, awem; our Cen- I Carclina, passed tfcrouh this City recently, scrjpt soldiers, reparts well calculated to xaake them harshly dissatisfied with the gov- eraraeRt, ard alse stren;ly inducire t ro- velt arAdujr that clas3 f our treops. "We haTS beea told by Conscripts during the past week, tkat reperts were in sireulation at Casjp Holmes, near thi3 eity, that tha first thiag Csres8 did, en re-assemkliag at Rickaend, was to pass a law that the chil- drt ef all Conscript soldiers were to beta- kn freaa hoae and bound cut, and that tha on his way to bis residence in Asbeviile, to make his arrangements preparatory to' his removal to tbe seat of Government. He wss called cn, at his Hotel, bv a large number of our citizens, and in compliance with their request, made a brief speech to tho crowd in tho street- Iadispositioa 1 prevented our hearing bis remarks, but we are told that he made a war speech up to the hub. Ke is fr prosecuting t19 war' with all the powers Tha Sswi cf the Week. Tha expected battles on the Itapidan has not yet taken place, bat is daily expected. Speaking of tee plans of the enemy, the Rich mead Examiner savs: wives cf said soldiers wiro t be foraed to o to work in Kitkmg up ck thing fsr the army. ARStker currentreport there, was, that every man in the State between the nges of sixteen and fifty had been ordered iut immediate service, thus expesintho faraH'es ef solir3 i in the aruiy to hardships and Bufferings from which they had anticipated thsm to be pro tected by their friends ef advanced years, un der whose are they had left 1hera. It is nt necessary for us to say that there is not a word of truth int ner any groants whatever fr fabricating thse mischievous repoits. Persons who havfl aecess to the newspr.pe.rs know thorn to be false. But the great majority of our soldiers do not see the papers regularly and aro therefore easily duped by whatever reports they find pasting current in camps ; ainl the circulation of such as we have recikd above are calculated to Io iuaraenEO asaount f mischief by causing won to desert t look after their wives and children who they ar told tha government ia degrading an4 maltreating in tkeir ab ssnse; r, if they rmain ia" camp, a spirit of dissatisfaction, not to say repugnance and hatred to the government is engendered, that must be productive ef dapiorable sascqsen- C6- The question is how do such rejorts get into the camps, and for wkat purpose aro they fabricated asi4 circulated? CerUinly v.-ith no jood end in view. And the Com maaders of the camps would do those under thra aad the service a fav&r, if ihey reuld institute search for the vile perpetrators, and raete out condign punishment1 upon them whether civilians visiting tr,e eams, or mal contents in the army itself. It 13 all-important that our saldiery shtuld fciil that their .families afs protested and cared for by the laws of the land, as tkey certainly will be; and he who weald fabri cate and circulate any reports to tho centrary, us as bascsan eney t his country a3 tbe latin who would, dirfclosewth desiB' an 4 movements of eur army to Pepe, McClellaa er amy yankeo efficer. Let this evil be nip ped in the bud by iniiictiag severe punish ment upen the guilty. of the Gvernni2nt and the people, scer?.s War ?ricss. "Wed net see bow on earth tho poor, or even persons cf moderate means, can pro vide themselves and families with food to eat &nd raiment to wear, at the present exorbi tant and constantly increasing price3 deman ded for such things- Only to taink cf eigh tan dollars a barrel for Hour, forty U fifty tcKta a pound for bacon, ten to fifteea dol lar a pair for the ceMmosest quality of tdioe,at venty-five cents a yard fer cosrse shii t-inj-s, and 90 cer.tsto$2 ayyrdfor common hcinespun and linscys ani avery thing else in proportion ! It is very certain thre must Ve a n.ry great amount of destitution and Pi.ffering, if these prices continue to rule till cold winter set ip, when they will have tt pay from five to ten dollars a cord for wod or at' Ik ratr of two-and-a-half to three dollars for little load of weed containing about a fourth of a cerd ! Is there any just reason for th?c exorhi t int price ? Is th'ire no remedy for them ? Moor is selling in Kichaaond far $3 and $'J per ban id. Wky should it bring duble tbeso amounts in Kaleigh? Tfe hepe the devernu.ent-tate or Confederate will step in between theso cormorant sseculators aai cxtortionrrs, and give the people a chance t m:o tbcrui'Ues and families from starvation. DKAin or Hon. Warren TTixlow. The F.;v$ttevhi Observer announces the rijath f lln. tTVrtn Winilow. He had been a lead in tae-.nler rf the Bar, Senator in tlte State Legislatu c, Speaker of the Senate, and by virtue tl srtof 0 overs or of thi S'tte for a short prrlod, c:: tho election of Gnvernor RjMU the Urw'ed Stater ieeuate ; afterwards, for four cars, RrpvcseHtative in the United States C-ngrtss from the Fayetteviile Dis trict, aed tweiaber of the Stale Convention. Gts. Piiiiaitr.w. Yfe are Ug lv gratified to learn that Gn. Peitlgrew is r:.pieUY recov riog tioi the wounds he receired in the buttle of Seven Pines. Two of bis weunds have bealfd rni the other is improving, tho' U's right arn is still paralvzed. He has it ported for service. N. C. Tkoop3. It appears that Gen. Pen der's brigade was ia the fight at Ccdar'Run composed! the lGth, 221, 3itli and SSth N. 0. Regiments. The loss in tho entire brigade wss oaly twe killed and eleven woun ded. Gen. Branch's Brigade" was alse in this en gagement. We find in the Wilmington Journal the following list of casualties in the ISth K,Qgitneut, belonging to Gen. B.'s brig ado: Campany B Killed: Private W R Brown ing. D Capt Lee, Privates F Odeaa, 6 Taters severely wounded. E Private Amos Malpas severely wounded. I Scrg't Jos Lanier, leg amputated ; Privates B E Clark severely wounded, Wna Peck, slightly woun ded. G Lieut. If J Moore severely woun ded, gerg't J W Stewart, Corp'l N A Marlow severely wounded Privates IX J Ward, H Brine, C Davis, A J Sikes slightly woundd : W Anderson fingers amputated. The yankc accounts of this battle show it to kave been evea more important than we had supposed. Tkey admit a less of 300. It is true tkey claim to have damaged us to an equal extent; but that is denied and eur loss stated to be GOO. As the yankees admit 8000, we may safely put down 500 as tho minimum of their casualties. The Baltimore aceeunt, which we have seen, says that neither party claims the victory. This is a mistake, a the yankces found when they read Ja.sk- son s otnciai d'.spatcn : "un tae evening l the Oth inst. God blessed our arms rith an other victory" ' Ictters published in Now Yerk mention by name, as killed or wounded, S Generals, 3 Colonels, 3 Lieut. Cols., 4 Majors, 4 Cap tains, 2 Adjutants, and 1 Surgeon. ExcriAyoKn Prisoxkrs. We invito the at tsntven of the effirers and men of 8th, ,C1. II. IS. Shaw's, and the 31st Col. Jerdia's reg iments (captured at Roaneke aad parelcd) to tha following general order of the Adjutant General ef the Confederate States, ordering them tc report forthwith at XaleigL far or ganization and immediate servic : The cfiier3 and men of tke.Sta ana "1st the very idea of a re-union, and denounce all party-political attempts to arouse parti san strife, when we aro all of one suind, cf one party tiad of one eemmon, indivisiblo purpose to conquer the enemy and establish ur indeendsnaa. He' depreeated all at tempt: te- array- one portion of the people agaiszt another, as the party politie.nl press had done,, conjured all to forget eld party predilections, and rally -'as en man to the support of the . Government and tn driving the enemy, from our State and the entire Confederacy. Everybdy was plensed with tn spsecu Johnston as well as v ancn n-.?n aad all sctm?d to be satisfied that the in teresis of Norih Carolina and f the South would be w edl' cared for by .Gov. Vance. Hi Inauguration is to take place i:t tho Commons HU, on tha 8th day of Sep t--m o'er, prox. Fcnis-n Intsrveiitisn. The latest foreign intellifencc is of a most important charaetsr to our Southern Confed eracy. Tt explodes at once, and w? trust fttrever, tse dceeptivojallaey of European in terferense between tks north and south, in tke war going on betwixt thsso two sections. Indeed, it is very strange that tke idea has been clung to with such pertinacity, that France and England would interfere jeceg niie the Southern Confedsracv, raise the ml 1 blo;ad, and if need bo, take sides with the South w.hen tho French Emporor declared nearly a. year ago, tkat he would ccafine himself to a strict Neutrality between the two blligercnts, and England opsnly an nounced the same d&terminatien.. Now, how ever, to 'make assuiance . doubly sure, the Que&n f England aid in a recent speech be fore the tw houses f the British Parliament, that "having from, the outset determin ed to take no part jn the contest, sha has no reason te depart fiemthe neutrality which she has eteadily adhered to.' France still ftdheresi mt.t. stripy -i her etatrality net a single Freneh vessjfl ver having venturod to brave the bloski'S.3 and bring muck tSdcd swpplies to the SRth, as English csnirtrco has wSona. And tho Journal da St. Peters burgh, published ufiitr the vtry eves of tho Palr.ce of tha Czar.. of Russia, contradicts rncit emphatically the report that Rs&da was about te join Franco and Eagland in an effort at meditatioa. This intelligence will, we trust, gatisfr our rulors, lawmakers and pcple, that we are to look for n aid save fram a just and righteous God to a just asd righteous cause ; and that frcdom, indepsndenae and peace for tho South is enly to bs secured by hard fighting and a successful resistance tq the encroach- meats of the enemy. To offset this, our ar mies must be largely increassd, we must build and man a. Biavy to raise1 the blockade ounelves, and we tn8t march our conquer ing arraias ieto the enemy's cocntry, and give them a taste ef the poisoned chaliee of invasion that he has been commending t? our lip3 for se lcsg a time. It is mot op portune that the neutral intentisas of Foreign governments should come to us at this time. Our Congrejfs hs,jttst re-cnvened, and may now lsok at this aspect of the war fairly in the face and provide accordingly. We hope to see that it is determined to ast prosaptly, vigorously and with all the powers of eur government, t make tho enemy feel the rigors of this war as he has never dene he fare. . 70 R THE SPIRIT F THE AGI. Snr.nmRS Lont hava I conteinpln- ted writing you, but procrastination has, so far, prived an e5?etual Dies:aacr m mj And even new ruv epistle will, I few be en interesting t the" majority of you If, now- Tke enemy fancy they have discovered a grave mistake in their past military policy. laeir larorite plan of surrounding us on all sides, and crusaing.as to death, as with the lolds ot an anaconda, is now abandoned. Concentration is now the fivonte tact:es ; and we are to bo assailed from the line of the Rapidan by a vast army made up of all tse treops that can be cailected and spared trow the four quarters of the compas?. Ihe army of ifeClellan is to be transferred to the regien of the rtappanannock, there to rein force the army which has been brought to gether frem great distance for the command of Pope. . Tho ferces which have been rava ging tke counties of western Virginia are withdrawn frem that qsarter to swell the host concentrating e-a the hills and plains stretching fvozi Fredericksburg to th Slue Judge. We are, therefore, on the eve of cr?at events ; and it is net to be disguised that the danger which threatens ks from that direc tion is scrieus in the extreme. Wc cannot doubt the ability of our generals to oppese a sueceisful resistance to tke combined ar mies which they have now to cope with ; but we cannot resist a feeling of impatience fer an e:,rly and cecisive engagement. It is so obviously our policy to deliver battle at tha earliest nractica'ala moment, that every day ol aalfy luis us with apprehension. That there are serious defects and flaws in tneir present plan oi the eneray is appa rent enough; but their measure are suffi cient to exeite our most anxioas solicitude if for no other reason, at least from the for midable numbers they have marshalled fer the otfset. We feel uubounded confidence in eur army, bvt we are, nevertheless, exceed ingly impatient for the news of a decisive en- gagement. The following items tf.news wn gather from the Richmond Examiner cf the Slst : On Monday, McClellaa eressed the Chick aheminy into New Kent, with between tea and fifteen thousand men, and wheeling to the right, he inarehed tewards Wil liamsburg. Information rectived direct from W'illiaassburg yesterday morning is to the effect that he was then passing through that town en rsute for Yorktown or Fortress Monroe. From this information, tspen the authen ticity ef which wc have every relinnte, we eenclude that McClellan, having on last Sun day night sent eff by water all of his forces that the transparts would aecomrdate, deter mined to march t!se remainder to Fortress Monroe, or some other convenient point, to meet the transports on their return frem Fredericksburg. This march he was on yes terday performing. He has by this time been rejoined by his transports, and is embarking on then fer his final destination Fredericks burg cr Aquia Creek. NAitr.cjr Escape. From a gentHiaan who arrived here frem Orange Corjrt Houso yes teriav rooming, we learn that General Stuart n Monday night naade a narrow escape froua capture by a body of the enemy s c aval ry. General Stuart, with his staff,; was at a farm house, five miles east of Orange Court Houe, and a short distance from the Rapidan, when the Yankee cavalry, vrho had crossed the stream and driven in our pickets, surrounded the house. General Stuart, by a. speedy back dcor exit, escaped with the loss of his hat and two of his aids. The forays f the Yankees are said to bo boli ami enterprising beyond precedent. They attack our pickets daily.. MAKYLAKBBEa. Semething like a thou sand If arylanders havo reached RiGhmend in the last fortnight, who have been compell ed to fly froai their homes to 3cap Lincoln's raft to" fiht against the South. The Exam iner of Wednesday last says, on the day pre vious the arrivals were very nuraarous, most ly from the counties, the roads from Balti more being too strongly guarded to admit of many escapes frem that point One party, leaving Leoeardstowa, Md., were pounced upon by abcut fisrty of the Seventh New Ycrk cavalry, and eleven of them captured after the exchange of a number of shots. An other party were overhauled by the cavalry, J W w . . lemnrifltl" ever, my sentiments cause oh u,sruf soul to revive, then will ssy labar bs fally compensated. , n I have read w th deep concern all your, communications through tho papers, as ireh as many private letters, and I have never yrj seen a line fror a soldier that was not full of interest. I have been delighted with J. . Means' poetrv, highly patriotic and we a Havered with affection for tho Uved ones r. home; and M. C. Davis' communications which breathe firth a wealth of goad sen? ? and a seul full of piety ; btsides composi tions from nuny otxers which wero quilo interestiag and reflected honar upon tho Au thors. , i With mnr.h anxietv I have waUhed every movement of our X. C. Regiments, and wh-n I saw that the 15th, 32nd, 34th, 33th, 4..i 5 and many others acted a noble part in th great Battle of Richmond, I felt mere than ever proud ef yen, and congratutato tho sur vivors en their narrow escape from the , dire ful cofifliet. Hay - Providence cintinuej to smile upa you. ' 'w. I have listesei with aching heart andr- , ful eyes to acceunts ef the intense snfTerings of our sick and wounded soldiers, nnti! I would gladly lay dewn my unprofitable li" for iny country could it restore you aU to health and your friends again. Oftimcs hav. I desired to" administer relief and comfort to the weary, oKnded and sick soldiers, bir. . never have felt so earnest about the matter , aslnnrdo. Yec, I am with ycu in spirit, though physically toiling on htre lonely, b-'.t not (Usnondinc:." I feei much ecarer frr? new than I dial befere our glorious victory t Richratnd. I believe a brighter day is dawn ing unen us. If our trust is in G4 all iil be well. Ifany of yen beg yenr friends at heme t write you mere frequently. We, with shame, acknowledge we have been too negligent I agree with yon that this is no titno for for malities. I fer one hope all Fuch fastidietu ne?s will be laid aside, and friendship frsnk and real take its place. Oar present tr'ub will do mnch toward effecting this dusirabo change. Then, dear absent ones, do not si tribute cur negligence in writing to a want of interest in your welfaie, btit rathsr to in creasing cares and duties devolving upon us on aecouat cf ycur absence. How can '.vo frxet vou whe have done so much for ns. In yon is eur present happiness and hope f-.r futtie safety and presperity. : The playmates ef my childhood, the ccri panicis cf my yout'e, my frie is ciur.i . and own dear brothers are with you. Thoru let my peer dsolate heart be, until you re turn home crowned with victory. Ah ! I have often wished J wre an Angel, commis sioned frem Heaven to distill into the cars f poor Saldier arrest wards of consolation. I am destined t till a Mera humble sphere. With a sister's itirctiofin I ? truly thsrfk you, nobis sons of Carolina, for the gallsat part you have taUta in defending our dar old hemes and a g?d parents. ... ; iiay Heaven hirs you aB'i itbrb yon un to your homes and friends, and an honerablo peaco be made. Very reapectfullr, ANNA MYRTLE. Hear Ashbore-', N. C. N. C. Fvegiments having been excha i p& ihaned as EvacAti. It is now certainly ascer tained thtt tha whol'i of McClellan's army has been removed to the Rappahannock valliy in Virginia, to co-oprate with Tape on the Rapidtn, orlSurH.ido around Fredericksbufg. It is also rsportud tht tho six er ei t thou sand villains thai hava been stealing and cemmitting all manner of depredation upon the pcopli areunii about SufSblk, Va., are anakiag preparations for leiviag. They scera t kave left Prinoe Gorge and Isle of Wight counties, and there are certain indicatisas 'which point-to a, probability tkat Norfolk and Pertsmcatli are to bs abandoned bvthe Yan kee troops. W hfit u the meaning of all this ? Time will iiseUss. Georgians ato Ncrth Cahslixiahs. 44 P. W. A." the Richmond coirespendent of tho Savannah Republican, closes a ling account of the recent batths sroand Richmond with the following paragraph : IZT14 It is but the simplest justice to add that tho regiments from North Carolina tnd Georgia bore the brunt of the battl?. All tho troops did well, and these from one State fought a bravely as those fren anather-; but sueh ' were the numbers and position of the regi ments frem tho States r arced that they wcro called upon to bear 44 th 3 heat and burthans of the day." No G Serbian or North Caroli nian has intimated annhing of the kind to rae ; but I hear it oa tha cars, in the streets at the corners, and in tha hte!s indeed wherever I go and not from acquainfcncza merely, but from strang-ra, and these.who witnessed the conflict. If this fact has not been made to appear before, it haH besn be cause tho troops frer-i those States had no! one htre to sound tke trumpet of their praise-?, even if tkey had not codctt!y prefcrtd to let their dewjis speak for tltmselves. Fnoi the Coast. Rumors of vario jskind-i but a large jug of whiskey in one of the wag- I liaTe reached hen- within the last few days, Xs,rg3 Land Sals. ons released them from the difficulty by male ing the cavalrymen drunk, and they thus es caped capture. Several ef tho cavalrymen have been killed in the varices rencounters with the escap ing refugees, but large numbers of the refu gees have been capture. ; Ons died f sunstroke rhile endeavourin" to reach tha Confederate lines. TTo are glad to kr.w that all who have ar rived are fired with patristic spirit, and ara rapidly taking their posts where they can best avange thr wrongs, and indue tims recover their hemes from the spoiler. A Heavy Arrival. The Mobile Register has a scmingly authentic statement of a late heavy arrival en account of the Confed eracy at a Confederate pert. On millien. poui.ds of powder and thirty-five thoasand stand of arms are assess tne items of the cargo, the aggregate value ef which was such that the svernmant agreed to pay 800,000 sterling en delivery a sum equivalent, at present rates of exchange, to abeut S3 000 - 000! " The attention ef our readers is directed to roled prisoners of war, will repair. t Ra-:- Advertisement ot larga ira?ts of Land iSlgti, V-'-, ivi ifcv p . , j m iUi aiO." inc u..5" VI IFIC ! lor immediate service. By comwand ef the j location and the 'character of the property, i Secretary of War. JOHN WITHERS, ' present inducements to purchasers net often Mi't Arj't general. oSTerad. Bv ordor of Col. J. A. J. Bradford, the cf- ' ; "; t . . - . : , ' r :ivi U.10U.N. C.r.y-r.j! .- ; are leqmrcd.to report lmmetuately to hun at f lh6 tf thelUpidan. Th? eneray, n- l Goldsboro'. " with 'the deeign of distracting eur attention ' Gen. Martin has been detailed for daty in from wove ent elsewhere, ha been trying 1 Ncrth Carolina and will take command "im- i to ate the impression that he meditated i j an numediute attack upon Gen. Jackson at ,mediattly. . I Orango Court House. To ee ExcuAfJED. We learn thatColenrd Tlmmas (tl Zarvona") has been recognized as f aggressive movements Vein? made irom ivewDern ny tne lanUao lorce there under Faster. Prom the best information wo can rceeire, they landed, cn Friday or Saturday, a forco at Swansboro,7 in Onslow c&unty, v.hich Ins been stated asamounting to between two am. three thousand ; a part of this force consist ing of cavalry and artillery. They succeed ed in capturing one of CapUin Ward's pick ets. Among other deprtiationg committed by them, we learn that ther destroved Mr. Scott's and Mr. Senders' salt wsrkj. and per haps other suit works oh that part of tho eeasu in tcct, vo have just learned that they destroyed every silt work, or arrangt raent for making salt, within ten miles - Swansboriugh. They are the same rnarai ders wko recently adraated in the direction, of Kinsten. To the great valuo of these works their indispensable necessity at tbis time we tV.ink the attention of tha Confederate sni hiatc GovernoieBU ought to be called. Ni dabs the enemy contemplates further df pretUtions of the same character nearer Wilmington. Wilmington Journal iOit. Gtvcrner Letcher ha.s issued a preclama-tie-a "calling an extra 'stssion ot the Lcgulv ture of Virginia, wnich is to oe cnvend os? I i the Jtith cf Seplcmbar. Tke considrration n ririMav i ia. . u,. i.i i . n i vi ni ii Liin :lt kcp "(Hern tnnn and will be exchanged f.ran ofiic" r of equal ! wich PrinPu hl to this measure the i rank held by oar government, as scan as the I fcPrtce cf jorne metnod bemg devised hy ! arrangsrnents ean be mad..! Zarvona h-.d !-the wlI4ian ha, h,ay for procuring tm with hira when arrested, his commissi as j nec.ssary .supply of salt to the people of the an offlwr in the Confederate armr, bt it lc Ur U comil5 ae0B- was taicen Irom him and- destroYcd ra that TMrJi-'ni-': frn T-xfnvi. in tf Vl,. ; xi ceuici not avail himself ef its protection, j Tinc Union, of the 17th irL, say that Gov , At la3i accewnt be w.i in rl rrmSiiemiiit. s FiriRn i. J T.imt (It, PiV esf tT. I . . ---w---.-- -w k i UH vvv y W h AKVH kUvlh 1 t apt. To3 Kilusd. CantTodd. Lincoln's brother-in -law. b; a jrallaat cificcr in.tn Confufiprate army, w:v-i killed in the battle of Baton Rourf hare resigned. Wejzingtoa .!rr-'e:Ves to Grenada of th lO .h, siatc i:m. .f4'k..n bus returned to Or anroC. . with his whole army. !