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11 *0*JT1TUT10B-*TAT» KlbflTS U • 0 U M ON D W ti 1 a wimuniV noRiHe, ipail s#, mi. TU ti>ttKK’H*OHI>«!'»T8. r iMU'i on luawnw be oddr—ted to 1*4 “tdilor <* ' 4 »Mp.” • .1-v .. oriHaaoi. belt rides i/Uepcpsrwia act bspwbitaA •d. nil -4 a ntie af Itnj iliK Jtv. oefkt la be tmmn to «£, • w*: \Jl:»«.» vats be Upo’-lxi /root, (Hntaory suttosr ewcssrf Inf eyti in%4“ o44 *nrj4d faro' tfMrtnmwfr WT" Wseosia.-: ml4r*>*4I* rmlnm srieWat ieu«»elM>iei War ea the W’a er. bccordirg to the tut gee <f nations, we have endeav ored to lef td tar whole area. In doiog to, we have resisted the approaches to our cities and attempted to prevent the pa-*atg' of armei veaeels upon our rivere.— Tu enemy htv'ng the whole Federal ravy, atd a latge cjmmerc'al marine ttiutaploytd, have commanded the w» er everywhere, and, as might have been expected, have rendered our detenu, s thus far ot no avail. Oif octet and river fsrtifi a'iona were oar first petal lelj oi rcj.ntace. Tnay have fallso. Bet the enemy hta incurred an immense expense to ifi.et thie object Tney wiii eonticnj to incur a great lose of mtu and money to maintain tne advanlagee which their maritime tu remtey hat given them. We have had a Urge aggregate of men, and a vel u t bie amount of s-ores spr.-ad along our ocean and river coasts. Tae<e h tve becu he'd in position by the ehipe o» the enewy. Tae d-a juslratiooe of inability to de lend thtee put Iona will liberate ea important force, and leave it frie to act elsewhere against the lead force o the eae ojr. fat enemy, on the other band, will be oht^ d to detach troops far the detect.' of every po*i t cu wo abandon. At w« n»te cow bat a small I area t 4 sat, it can do the t>- '>tc interest no i. u y to < xp.ese the opinion, that our N ivj O.partm-a: tu.gat have been administered with g-ea er cu-rgy, aii witn a more practical It icwiedgc ot the resources u! the o on try. We may, utorev.r, rx pr.as our tsgret laat »u h important stores and mum tuji should a ire tievn placed in pos.tiotu that provtd Ui o« iudefeusibl*. Wr hate seen Vert Paissiti boaeyciiobed by heavy old nice. Wis there ao one ia the Xivy 9rparunent • uifi :i oily ft a liir with the power of modem prrjrctil.s to 4iiii..p»'» thie r» null ? Did it cccur to none to ioeprt l, or even prove the w«im of dSin.ki ’ We landed lroop< up a X tanoke 1 »ii\<l ia tie lace of teafold our strength. D <d it tot oertr to tae author tiee that the enemy cou'd have .utrat'd hie fjrioru force, and cut it lit without r mg a gun * W* pi toted tro p» o r the CumbrrUsd river. Our iro.'pta; 7 I Ith.rouy over bid raids. The enemy a* i •uijj.c y up >a .he wimir. 111« easy and bow ob • for '.him -u o.ug a superior faro' to aartound our pan ioj ’ W< nje are the »r*niag of ibs apptreat j ru o; in frr pi ia rep lltig the v*way from out j wi ir ie'eccn. .Srmeuaie* they pyaJonged the fight to j it. ep .1 i; pne .104 :dl esc.pe -w iapoeetal*. hvure. j ;.ri - : :vy a!. „ : , . g :-lirreali, ia a: I«Vd X .. I" | to prompt ou- send .j remit'ream ants to oar nu eke' j W r do no'd wh. oa* wi'er defence) hare brea cc*- •’ J ic' d acr-rlmj to the aode msi; approved by the j -t-14 ior. i i We car > b »>n iial!el out, ucsv I •“ s ' ", and havr capital tied e.th all ue forma Inks ! »e. 1 cw: ia the bookn * 1 ..10 now goae through the rred^a. tvirde '■Osh vr h e :. 14 geat pa , 'ut.n Vnd. We fait ' bt; r 09 a s.r j-g v and more *14 ul Boa of dofeocee. a is: agin mi id ocr M imi of ancestral ripe. ' r d. !:■ B.-.ti<b w.rr cprrme a: »va. Trey held, ' ■ •. ■ a w .4. . feltJ.-'p.ia, a. ••4 1 a.14 .-i.T. -.13, aid liefer, U411. the coej: #t - beet pent t Ini ,.tc «*>.: t4. army will-, »*4 tc the Je e.Ke of ue 14 rri.r. did the Brlki. *. c sscr cmvrtcri fhat s*4t>j ig :>ou eat imp ses.iil-. ■■■■: '■>. :n ", r 1 e tbit w.- have doae thj-t fat onr deend g ii extended lies of co.* 4: gteat mdraoiaga. W no longer Ii ;bt mortar fiaeu end gun r nigV.ej .'* of oocst defend it l.f ed from o«r ! -J‘0 1 Wo w L no b-’er 20 .p up bHvc men, or vtoi* .rteppw, ia uattciblj fm:4o»ior«. VT« th.l 1-t- rue ejtoi bt ir>d, wave * j b.»j tltu f.r proted «r tr. •*U ir fio: H oaur msro up-ju oar t.« \t» “ i »< d-:a.l tCiploy our utitfiU. ; i rttigM so ^r.t« the isuior beyoad our be . drn. b o i’H.r mi k i *1 • u. ' »• th* rep.y . i liru.i l *rke >• Ibr * •• :r» ol N.» Oi'eas.« uj.,s w.„j wuuu.1 iiu, , 1 IT « W„1 in ago. »3 (I «wo.-i. »>. ltd .*»• |„tttr ja h" *'»*4«1/ bwa j in oar cc% • Torf ****. MiaDrne '.^L *' ^ *' £ C- 1 AW. Saw < ■ 7 «o you an A* of ■8 *’ ‘Je AV'-ltc lun w.sh twbio-1 I n»ve roared the - •/. t • ►■m-d protected tu lut, ihrt ul too ^ ‘-1 "-N *«»»•' - w:.ir.imurj a rt •-o.J to r s i.< Mr'l toKWM, r^T««,r. <» I - to -«0 < a r.J » ar by -be yeopic c^thc raithci. t..-, *nd p .i t.ev'-.riy u, the Udt- . cltT j « '.r. r:-..iy i C.p m«ti a emUja. tic ! .«p to I 1 .< * 10 ‘ HIM 1-u ■! Ltujtr 3T-J :bc iu'irp.t.de. 0. jar cos s y mu u. J- ^ag »u!oi « di.pc.-d 1 :o,a •» : »iv» bare t**u urur, is, f ?" *' r,J> 19 4 "“•u! ' »itl h'.iwprtMatiwun ! bit rcs*ru i«ord u coia:i~ Iren, the Ldue , S wu MPMC . j a,.a o q,rc0M>M|d Whob.fe | , ; *7 " ■ 1 r««S> . a-'4J their m. r .. ,c *"* :i°w* “■’d eodunus.- o: my liula | I .. -i. I*u u >• a}r«h mii.ua ihrau-b wo hiia itsiicd u mite «oo«u. I J tfu.u,.r of «ooo 1 him ihusUr becnte.b'ed 1^- j ' *:J 1s 1 '.VJWLOti ».o». .JZ: bhertj ubtEd > e-J a ... • ..d j d • ... < r>i*. — : •■'•-pi. .h- » .. l»3 l-l.3«reh ttu tbro.i ■ 3S3e UtA* •4 *u4 **» «.»»«". *.th eoifr ^2 U.. ‘ ::r Vl " M#S V!P> Md .„c?.r .to n 7" . *U- *« h.»e b-ta ,u. AUg 5ac? ou u.-.i, rto eue ■ lig.fi n.id , ou.. U.JA, 4B .Mlo:»u..t,,' ,, . -TV. - .h^VtrT.AU M.I; 1 l ' *it -'•■ «es» ' -£) S * t.ium,ut of U.4 -*J yen, * x CXJ p;„ no ! 1. ; i p.rL You.- Uttic f poitj-. Your, r • V" JJr *“» i-t*l U» ; - >o “.-uc! ’-A ^ d .c.”i54< fen. yau ■-r ■ 1 Ui . b »i »T tad .techtnditiee to the «rvf I < ' 7“~‘7"'V' wilbtw. and ibWM. c«t7 .r .. . e' |xio. j ir.tv.j i»l it-v-tr • '•*•*•*' .u 3 w.#’! aJ**J« rt tr »*.? u ‘ ^ au,ne«y ia the Brid, lAb *tta?|v n» | . . ir i - — - 1 tP r, ol thee* braee MisaoatUab.*' •, b .cm< e .. .• .f the a pi itscrtt cf en *ru.T, «'<! * '*• * , ■ . r u, .1 e.prute, h.ee lulo »ed tb- ir neb « 1*4« r ,, u b ti e hr - o Ol .u»hi< r : n 1 tbe colot ef wiaur. ,,,k , K rt.C .Ml - -;.«.«»« ht »h0.rd b mrr.t - <tt 0. * 4m ell ui.«■«»«**» *•' uac0Bn«rt4b»’ “« i ^tii^eu Mid detu^.U aoca^J. W ii* U th* Muot of thair country—this la th* spirit which, if it animate all oar troop*, will boar u* triom phastir through all trials, and conduct ns to amurtd and glorioo* auooraa. It doca animate all our troop*, asd •cffj a eclipw only wbea thoaa, whoaa duly it Is to di rect, prcrida for or load our armlet, ahow them** Ira* in competent. Th* aoldier* of tba Confederacy hare never yet been called to do or bear anything from which they hare shrank. They bare met daagar and privation with equal alacrity. Oj the bloody G -Id, in the wasting hospital, along the weary march, ana or storm, thsy bars aevar faltered nor murmured. It has only bean when they have been held back from meeting the foe, or com pelled to retire b fore bit Insolent advance, that they have felt and exhibited diseootent. We are convinced that “the government" ha* never properly appreciated the spirit either of lha army or the people. It ba< never fa ly realix «d the rxheueUeos etoro of self-devotion and self sacr.fi ie with which they have given therm elvee to this cause. It has no: seemed to know that no draft oi u.d be made on the courage and fortitude of the army, or the liberality and self denial of the people, that would no: be prompjy and cheerfully met. All that they at* and all that they poeeem, they have been from the first silling to give to the oountry—knowing that, if defeat ed in this struggle, ntither existence nor poeseaeions w >uld be worth anything. They have aikrd only that their err vie a and contribution! should be directed to the most iff otive resul t. Whether thia has been dooe, the i..'ministration should consider. Biatcry, in datermirii g the question, will assigu to them their place—be it one of honor or shame. Ihe War. We are without Istsr advices from New Orleans, and conaiquently ignorant of the present a'a'us of the city. The correspondence between Cap*. Farragut and Mayor Monro* relative to the surrender of the city appear i in another cclumn. Tue Mayor’s reply to the Yankee's dcmai.d to manly and apt. Tue vessels of th* enemy iu frott uf the city number thirteen or fourteen. The "Virginia’’went from Norfolk down toward* the Road* yeetetday. The “Monitor” and two alher mail cUd war vessels were, at last accounts, lylt g under tbs guns of Fortress Monroe. It remain* to be som whether toey have the oonrage to oo*e cut and fight. The Chicago paper* of the 27 A state that timers! B aurvgard to evacuating Corinth. It may be wed enough for them lo thlok -o. Ii it not improbable that the next new* of inter**! wiJ b* from to* Valley of Virginia, aa Gfceral Jacks'll is relieved to b* now in a couditioo for itTocliv* opera, toia. I toe following poem we take from the advance sheet* ol "Wn So»'ii or tux SoVT*." a new book in nrea* t>y Meeacs Wia. & Johuaton, publisher*, for which woik it was origin 1 y wtutec 1 TBK B RIBAND BRIQiDR. Wi en Abe called hi* Council together Secession at large to ciactiM— Said be, “tbi* ia very fi i« weather, Bat we’re k ni)V got into a must"— “Y.a, thematur icamorjthat w* th nk on,” K pi,id that sweet pat ty of nix— “Tee more we're convinced, Mr. Lioccla 11 a ■we orr in a deuce ol a fix." ‘ AMI, I’ve mide up my mind, and its reason,” Says bald Mr Lined stye he, Ia l<>rob the dar-ed traitor*: you s-e, Wc’li Me I 1' tteir gold* and ihfir •hjttih, 1 mear,” and Abe g gglcd, ‘•their slaves, And w.’J want, tor this ao<k and 1* b-t.Lt, Some ceronty tire thousandgood kuavee.” "Tbeknavesyoustk 1 have, ml ihat freely,’* Said hi* Cabinet lr> a y a r t r u •, 4*T:ita ie jjst wh*t cu» Itrend, Mr U-eeley D ■elites he would have you to do, Th - X.-rth gives its ful. approbation, L'l'sr.h the r. b«t!-ou—greed ' ’ Tiareupou ctme me h-st Proclamation, ‘Teas a plan thal was sure to eurceed. So each rascally ’aiterd< m tlion As s ou , for hiv pr ase’ o.‘ grid, The l.w o’ the w.ly 1-aliai*, F tut ru n the province you’d hold : T i al‘ - r rrcru’ts that ord* r From L odu and ho ward conveyed, Wf t.h ate ut-U ler the rush oa the brrder 0. tie bloody, bold U'lgaud Brigade. Bu’ they come to protect and defrtr;'. ua, To guard both cur home* and our righ s, Suolr pr itrctio", indeed, they may le..d us Aa the dove might receive from the kit*-*; Sweat pbr*-», how like tout? is tr'ckbe' Tory gu rd u ‘ y«*. ’over the ltf-,’’ Ajd nks reapere d< end w«th their Sickles To gt’diet the harvest of—.halt. Wr 11 named (he r must valiant of leaders, Tire hero o! T-mroatiy Hall— Employed to cut dowu the Seceders, l c drr, «ba p, crooked, a id small; Ti e 6ranj it is o sy to settle, ‘fir cot tba* be cannot co cs*l, Ho* to >y b.' a fell >* of ms’.tie, B-t ths hutllt i UtapereJ to tf«w/. Baa firhre, no b* plUge- merely, >'jt Lberty, Uaitm and Lies, A: d f.keis hie rfaiinga acverrly, Aloa > lor the good if “the ocu.t"— We m.y pardoa I ts tclti-kirg minner, Urs soi pi. and hi* c-a hr, and n s el-r, Be is tin ; of the ‘ Star Spaaeb d Banner,’’ B.cause :c reuti.ds him of Key ’ Dau Lay Lit the erg.-ring T -rvsa To pine iu hut .breed at borne. Tod pure is tbe a if ol cur faswr l r the h».id of tbr rebels to ra-tut. Ye b.<r muge h n'lri-t J ia tbe tnerr M -et bt art ol h:« mro, tst’er to lade, Tbe Saint that prv - cle rrery stuper Tiau’ graces tbe Ur gaud Brigade. O n vtshie band cf cut purre*, Kiee h g <’ll o Lers ia crime, ffh we ac s ever ripen to curses,— Whore itifamt’s romething sublime— tc. Ln.ts rcur ttili.Lil m i-l* rs 3 Art* w.ik-d aul rub le and s.r '’■g. Tbit pur trial* aud wmngs and oMa-tt-rs Mar Le l.ayj and weary and lerg; Whi'e y«t no the dtp, ba: the d gi-.. The o;ot not the cannon you wield ; We know ibtt toe foul Uniitu due*'" f Is *11*.' wi h 'o’: (1 rorge" lu th** II la— We knew :bat your l.rrut car si il <1 Tj< roic* of ihenkigirlr g and p:»r>r— T* .t tour s u« snd oar boon s bare been r d.d, (y,lit Hi la /t.r*u.« (it la gt+rrt ) We know yon here poUuntd .roar bu'le'a To M!!,'»b«re ycu bit, witbcai fail— That you lid1 tf «r ptrker* and jullr’e, Il tie* pt<?nl wds era « of inril — Y* here or a time wc tnlrrat tcu Youeeeerch alter liq lots and ipcoai, A 'd g:tt us ibe chati-e otce to Inert you, Hone, j .cku-c", ft o ar.d dragoon?; I,ci ut b.*!u^, r;i c your bardctlT and taHir*. Apual yt'ttr four regitorr t«. lu— jfr- *ho Icagiit fer tbeir bt-.rbt»Ld their altars, A' B .'h I, B h*J B tff or B 11 Kuu— 1,*« t •: bit Ire be tl.wn, at d il e onset One* Unlr i. * rnest ?o mid.'. And tba* day sha'I b' hol i, «n* the saesgt, * Trie cud cl' '.be C igiuj B igtdr. •Mb lehlerirlli-Tie Pr'rc*. kT.n dr* gm in 'bn c.'.d Tm.tcoic mrlbcs Is rertrsfvnt* '• ■*»At nui-. *r in tlo-? itr<!*i n w: o* cscimo ’I e berdts • tif nun t.nonage that ft.I the era leu n! Sieg'd end *ora tne and H-n arttrau. I snbiri , the refer*, that **’• age le app-o-riete, ir O n NcCMIaa has ef ru *•** cel'sd 8v H • rg* a J tb* T is k*o p p.m. I give in J ** n«ti«|j- <.f tr,. uripeUtllou, tioug.i be would stein h> ba rhig r... ebe »ror. « rid . t ap-'» O ? i V 1V. *• b *• t- a'tei.t tn Ot llu P T,e '* • irr i r Itu-Vof Dr, Ca.lt hr tiollnr. ' ^ r' 41 °* •U4#. U 1 t r«d^ coecin *»c bf |\ Iv *»J 1~,‘l_It .1 trr a ’Utetv i *Thoasv:uf, Bt«ov«<t co, < I *v Mr , I Alr,; Wlb, laS f ■ 1-STiN le oli»* ofle,l>M«i ei thli piece Ir v • is IJut 11 set*. e« «-p. ifa f ,Mn ,t a i ■•■rm, in ,b td to c» la k- 1 ie*e I.rctrd.i .a®. *d i .«u (ttair .ccua • ~ -M >- U» J. a AUf e*nN t liU LATEST FROM THE NORTE We ooothme our tilrtoU from lb* latest Northern paper* received: tbc Btivie* oiricita at arkapolh. The Baltimore Am arioso ha* the following from An da poll*, ML, under date of the »81 Inet: For the I ait threw weeks our harbor ha* boon graced with the pretecce of H. M. nloop.of war R user, ( ap aio Lvoas, B. N This U one of the veaseL 001 eld red re qa fit* by the British Government to lack out and watch over its interest! In the contest now eoing on b-twa. n the loyal and rebellious Sutra of the Union, And while do of j cion ia made to their presence among*: tt>, still we might expect at leas: that cur feeling* should be piid tomt Hill* reaped to whil* et joying the hospitality of onr e wj port*. But such baa nut been the case here from both tffbera and men. We have had open and loud sympathies expressed for the rebels—the men hur rahiUK through our atreeta for Jeff. Divia and ridiculing the American flag, and the officer! exprersing v. rv free ly their hopts “that the 8ou h may succeed.” Yet all tilt may have been done to tickl) the Seces-h fetnal -a ol this pi ice, who have made ihexs lies ridiculous by the manner in which they have run after these ofDosra until erery female propthtv baa be*'. di-gutted, and that, too, by the wr uld-b > F. F. V'a. Heretofore I have betu ■ aught to btlitve that female sdoi-ty, lo bj appreciated, should be a. ught alter; but in this ose thinge Lave bun r-vrraed, and these fem- In have pul them* rives to every i-oubie to a*- k the company of these effic rs. Dty si tsr dsv. through wind arid raio, could they be a ten going to i-nd fro from this ship. A (riend cn leavored to pvl 1 ta tbilr conduct by saying "they bad beeu ao long wit rout having any attention paid them -.hit th«y were willing to sacrifice even female proprie y and reepeot foi the sake of a little attention.” TAUKRI LOSSBS AT THE BaTTLD OP *HILOB. A correspondent of the Philadelphia t’rtti, wrtlirs from the T- nnersee battle fisld, give* thia estimate ol the caeuilitkn to the Yankees at the battle of Snibb. No cecuratc list of the killed ai d wound, d can U male for some time. From the beet *u±ority I can gather, 1 j idge cur k.Ued will amount to two thousand, and onr wouud d and tuning to eight thousand more, cl whom lour tLousand or fire thousand are prisoners.— Some ot Ibe legimeuts which wire badly eut up at lieu e!» iu will have to be disbanded In ous—the E eveulh 1 liuoi* • thei* are oily o re hun Jered men left. In otheri all tb* fi -Id ifiic sis and moat ol theOapti i a are Lit ed.— Tne K gtteenth Wia-onsin r gimeot was a raw regiment rccruiud Irum the pineries, and oompos.-d of tbc bardi >a and best of that celebrated local'ty—men wbo hunt «od trap all winter, and woik in lumbar nulls all sum mer. ; hr j w*Dt intv battle lea* than two weeks after lrwv tug Mtiwauki*, '.*00 strong. Their Colonel and Bijot w re killed, an* ibeir Li utruant-Col >n«l dfr-prrately sounded. Out ot aereu captains who went iulo tb< 6jht, only one remains; and 6SO men, s ck and well, are all that now occupy their c.utp. The rest are killed wounded or prisoners. Tr.ey were on the i x rrme lott, and tbelr great loss is cw.cg to the fact that they woulu doc fall back. Their field effirrr were brave evrn to n s'vcess, and thi men would Cot full them Oat of a company of seventy odd uiea in one of t.ie Illinois regi ments, only five usd are l*f. fi: for duty. utrrxR proh col co*cokah. Th* fallowing letter from Ool. Oorcotau, dated Rich, mond, ItUi in»t, i* p.b'.iabed la the New York papers : ify A'nr brw Pntr.d—Your letter of the k h Inst, monad me, and I avail mtrelf ol the earliest orportu uitf to reply. I feel deep regret lor tbs rad iute Itget ce t conveys to my highly esteemed friend and Icllow-pris an r, Lien*. D:tra-»y. I baro beeu u leg my beet eL leavers to console him. ana I am nippy to sty mat ne L’oka upon the mit rr in a truly Christian man’llr. We hare been < fltcialiy i-o ili.-d that wo arc now dc twined in ocar qn-uke of Geu. Wool baring failed to coolly with termj of agreement. To aay ih-.t I am not aaitons lobe honorably nleased from my prrvtu pon •ior, would be tomeming more than ru-gut be expected from I uman na ur**, tu to ray that 1 am not perfec'ly content to paticn ly aaai; proper action, wcu d bi cqu -.!■ ,y untrue. T. oiatorr, be not uneasy, (or my hual r..« i -.I and my apirita buoyant, and I hop’ I may h-waiter n i fi- br m» p-eretr rx,eii*ce’. 1 kt.ow ao-i appreciate the vast amount of tro'.bv, do, thet my friei.-ds hare tsk'u m order to ob’aiu my r ham, and 1 tins, til wi! be guid d by pa t experience and let tha matter net for the luturw. I am ar t out knowledge of much thattrau apires. I can, perhxp*, form ro real idea of "bat pre for t* mr i xebangf. Y-.-1 I know that circumstances are bk-'y in area rum : m> to time whii-h may r quire cou sid -table d p on cy to at r»uge, *- d T »l-o kuos that tic ui.tter is eutiiii-d to the couxidtrxtioo ot our Gon-ru m-nt, ia whlcb I have the mi»t u-.bound'd coc fi fence. ! r -ee vrd a Jetti-r form t.'apuin V.cPoor this day, da ted at Fa'L-bury. North Oar I us, 1" h inxtsnt. Hsuen i ns that himself, I. ru’enanie B«sl y and liannou, and all co- mee, are ia good he;lib I hope yu'J wili *rit» very often. home n.ay rra’b m-; aud wht-n anr cornea to band, you oin fcucrly :tu agi.iw how happy I fe. 1, and hnv much it r.-iierej tbe did monotocy if this prison life, rt-. matu rot the el cUou ot I.-tulenv.t-Coloui 1 migh’, p-rb.ipe, be pcstpoued wi h adeauU’e. 1 regret Ur, 0 Gjtman bar uot accepted. i rnclo c a let er ti lire. Ourcoran, aul with fondest rinunibni-ceato a I friends. 1 remain, your ev.r meet attached ftierd, UlCHXXL ( ORCOXXN, Ooioce! 6tf h K-gi tn-nt N. V. S M. To Captain J -ines B K iker. No MW Broadway, New Yo:k. i. re to 1,'ent'uant Coneo’lt; will write to him in t ■rw day', tr as soon as an opooriuni’y p.-runts. ixsinaaTioM ik ornotaa. The follow': g “b jsay” ord.-r was recently issued froti tii: oilir- of the A ju an G.n ral, at Waihirg on: U ?t.ml Oriiirt, .Vo. 4-* —The Stcrc’ary of War hit 1 n: -ved wt-b s jati' tu-prire that tha coin-made: - of ot < or iso military departments, cotueiving then a.lvce tu cowi r d to to so, have undtr a'.' a to t-ccip: ihj tc tg am: a cf a:J Othtrwise duchxrgo front lie fertile <■ he ITuittd Stat a officers com utesiourd or appoiuttd L) the Ptisidicc in the valu.tejr atulf ol the ar uy. a; -uch asoharg-js ate urcg-a.’ar, a’.d, uil.-aa confirmed bj >hr pn siiict, void of tff.-ct None bu: the l'rcsideo i i-. d acharge an eflirer appninud by himself; a d a u. ha ,ot . 1-guedthia pi mr to any Ucuttxl, no Geu era 11,us; *f. ir.pt so < i.icit i'. My trier of iLo Secretary of War. 1, r«i. Mas, A j itant Gene-rl. from suuruM a tihm Tiamaia. We sro gretifi.il to peic.is.- fioiu tfce following <i<w patch f oat “iVoclr Horte Freuiool'' that the guerrilla a t at work in Nurtl.w.steiu \ irgi .ia* Hid s.».t tnent o the ,ff ir rjto.roi lo must noi to »co-plod mj eniirtlj truthful: Whiclirii, Ya , Apri. 24 Max. A’jVn if S'.anlou, 8eo.-ret.iry oi W»r: A despatch f.-oin Ueueral deheu. k etateo llist a equal if (»iu » fin infauit», lent from 1»0 uucy ty Lieu.cu ;:t.(Jjlolei IlDanoy, io look after me guerrillas, *iu t« i. U jea.erfi»y inurui.g on Grit. Lea, Outwaon L.ek ur.randC*rapbo. by .it* rebels, lor y »lroug. Oui l. rc a lot*, ll r.e k lie.f, but ort>*e the rebels, wno 1 oi Mingy in tbe bouse of car i’alliud. Oj oucl Danncy wim »i h » reinforcement or ctvatry, but the Kbits fl it at rie Approach, currying c O're serai do»d and wound d Auiooi ibt latter Oolwtl P.-feotm, their leader, aud Pal la id, tbc o»uer of tbe heuso. Colonel [Ij.mey r pons that the i itsrior of tbe house rat cororrd with b ond 111 burnt the bouse ard pur ..... j •flying ecemy, taking fir* prim m. Omn e'eh.'.ck rout a irintjrjem nt ol oue hundred and siltj c trail y and cm piece ol Djbjck’s artillery, to co no o.j tied .OK ia the re»r Tu. y mu', lure reached tin lI .cc i-b. u. tou oV.ojk yes., r Jay afternoon. Ojr mis « tie- r* passing to &<><! fro between Grass L.ik out Riuiti. y, were li-tdou four, ala, i.uJ sevsu niUes Iron Roam V by the guerilla*. idwutdl J. 0 FaaujRT, (Sg ' U jjr Gcuiral. raou the PAaissrta. I A e.irc•puedeu cftlo Wasbiujtoa Star, wri.it f I ,'rtui ‘'Casio before Yorktown, April 22, .aye. ; 1 use harry licit to writs you that ivoryuiog in pro I srewinc aatlaLctorily bur*. 1 You i ate i.i :doi of ihu immenee libor of tun cam 1 n.i/u et tbt; |.>l it. It i®. kovsrjr. ehewilu’ly p rlo-.o , cl d.y .fid mg'it by the *b»!.i «»f. »* «-» H.e u rc ion of i * nrcesrity to iueura success, auJ tbal i it will a i tn.uro it. . I Hou.ly our wuiss sppru.o'u there of tue enemy. Vt, ' hd-r ' A r. adT cot*-. 10 ar-1 mho well * l sic rang iif t.i \ fr rutin .in *; tUtk« f* our »tiarp hioe.-s. wb< I na - loalyp k their men off *h.-rie»er att-uip tag .i | w nk it gu i tr ttep the progress > f our e nth-works ! A> i I nn l CJi.*'- in I® * -dr l;»*‘ lt-e r'br'* ! • I, 1C it I .Cl B.t ll.o id 1 Ol t pj-0fl-l! Ur Cl' i p.tlOI paint* from whio'i tn c. ke tbe *rn *1 fi *1 »'l,< * I Tr* c.iA-ac -f druik nilla tbe bl» I.V< M ilOt | nsgarnuu'. n't r.d agal.it U-o. W f ihi ", tor.s ce ti Itlutbrand p« »- m’-f • ihefli.- i-.d u.s.a r.-i».ld-t ffi i«i* tn rfc army, ahi ^r. cloae by bi.n tbrocgbuut .h i auhI.i tffdr. O. M .tiday la<t tb.ie caa firing bs.wotii t» ' »• bs IV^tlEW&tr, UDiiilJ ikU)*] OCrUiOtiOU Ui CWf Cslpi I owttaMvd bo long, udniio •»»«, that It mm wMa k '!> at (rat for a reculer aaaaoll as our oulpoa'A - 0a« of their rrgimaota waa S ing l ito another, ooloh returned the Ire with tq-nl spirit. Wee-wild diaUooily ere them carrrlcg off the dead and wounded. Tbe elf dr It believed to hare been a mutiny, end meeeurea taken to quell It. Tbe Virgtufcu ■ now being cjosrrlpud—forced into aoreica at the potut of the bayonet—rtaiat as fir aa th«y ean more eaneciaily baing drafted and forced into rrgi metlu from other Stataa, to nil tbe Utter to their raapto tire quo as It U tupposad the mutiny grew out of something of the aorh , From tno bts: Information we hare bore, the rebele era o libeling aa la-ge a force aa possible at or near Gor doosvillr, to tbe eml of a sudden movement either cn tbe column of Gen. B tnki by tbe time that makes ito ap pearance at Staunton, or on that of Gen. McDowell, if be crosses the Bippabannock at Fredericksburg. Tury bare a railroad to both points, you will recol lac-.. Their sUia'ioa here is desperate; they kcow, and doub-.leas a m, to strike sums such blow bafora Ilia great fight here can come off. CimtlS BT TB* 0 a. GCSB1AT HIKCCLkS. From the Bilun ore Amer.cao, of the kti b inst,wc extiact tbe Iclioaing: The U. 8. revenue gunboat Herculi s, Captain Duogan, baa arilrtd brre with two more prisoners end anotner pr.xe. The Hercuies brings to tbe port two prisoners, our of whom is a m&a tbei our Government ties been looking lor since last tall. Ue has been constantly going between Maryland and Ktchmoud, ukictr over mails and other mat*< rs 01 grea; lejportaccr to me enemy, and only returned Irciu Virgin* ou the 11 lb of this mourn It was with great d Uioulty tbit bo waa s cried, as attar a lorg sea.oh through his house at Aanetneneix, Somerset county, Md., he w»j round in s very smill place, haviug or.wled tbriugh a ttap door in tbe ceiling of an upper room to get there. Alter s.curing him anu anotair impcitant person, tbe Hercules started for tbe Gr.at W ic.mrco river. Soon alter enter ng that river, a schooner waa discovered endeavoring to tsespe. 8be was soon overhauled, uowevtr. The men in Unaid fi.d i g escape impossible, lcit the vessel and pull d tor the shore. The v.sstl was taken pois ssicn of, and found to be the schooner Alegouquui, tail ug Irnin Auncmeatix. cl tie bad evidently recently landed a cargo, aa is sup posed, taken at Baltimore. ABIUT10X TSBDXNCT OF TBI W*». Tbe Kortb show* its band Lore plainly m thesutject of slavery as its policy of tbe war becomes developed — The Washington corretpondent of the Baltimore Sun, alluding to the ciufiscatiou bill in ike Sruale, nays: Senator I’owell, in hi* speech on the confiscation bill today, urged that the otjscl of mat a id other measuris of this aroetun w is to Ccairoy slavery in the States. He alleged that in oue instance ninety eltvts bad beau sent through Bilk.' column to Philadelphia, and tbs forty fives arcs belonging to a loyal cittz n of Kentucky tad baru scot by muiUiy sutbority to Illiuois. Trie mili tary arm was u«ed to take slaves t J tue free Stales, and ei.htut the objections which were made to the return ot fugitive slaves by military i8i;erj to thiir owner*. Vehement denunciations are uticted here agains G m eral Burnside ou account of bis refusal to haibor and l>roncl iugitivc slaves. We have reports from aimy . (fliers employed on tire Southern coast to the i fleet ibat the siuvts who come wilbiu their lines in numbeis are great nuisances. tB* coariscatiox BtUr—thb dctt or th* fbxsidxxt. . , .„ ..._... . /_... . .... . I . h.V.n. keo Moure; of Rep.-etentaiivcs, on the Shi inst, will be found interesting: Th* Hols; resumed tbo cons deration of ibe Corfieca cation bill, which wj« pending wbeo itarjiu-ned jester usy, and upon wbioa tbo main question bid been order ed. Oi motion ef Mr. Sheffield the btil was tabled—Yeas, 53; nsjs, 54. vr Oiu slid he understood that the Committee on the Juliu'aiy had agreed sub-raotiiiliy ita*. ntne of th ettifima'iuu hula referred u them ought to pa**. Mr. Tbi.mis remark*! that they bad recommended that uoue of tb<- bills pr.H'. Mr. Uiiu said th»t the dUposition of tbo House and tho country was in favor o some iegiala’iou ou the mb j ch As the Cc mm like of the Judiciary could no agree, be proposed that a select cjui.iu fee if seven be a, pointed. Bring untruuuuoled by ibe House, they m ght u< abic to agree upon a pr jp-r measure rf Irgisla lou. Mr. Daur., (lac.,) wag glad to bear Mr. O.id’b surges tion. The sutjtct of cot ii*cating rebel property was one of t ie rnnat dtbo'.lt questions before Uuugreis, and on its decision was involved ibe restoration ot ibe Guv ;■ rnment 10 its iorracr spate ot prerp rity. He cm gra'uia rd the Uuusj and tbo country that a bill bad been laid upon the Uhls t'r.is morning wl ieb, if it had been omsed, w.iuIj b*»- disgraced the civil z.ioi of I Is *ge [Exol* ini mas ou the Democrat c Hue, "god! ibai’sao!"]* bid rbie'u, at one til! swoop, would have impoverish, d a ie people generally, from old age to innocent childhood. Mr. U in replied iba. tne Home did cot require a be ta™ on the iu j ct. It was ilur there was a contrariety of rpinion rcituve tu this question of cooflscation. Oe vo ed io-d*y io lay tbo bill on the table, not because he could Had no warrant in the Coi stitution fer the power wh'ob was sought to be exorcised by it. Mr. Colfax, Iud , dce.int d it dec that he should state frankly the reasons why no dilfeted, to rorao ixtect, both f.om the gentleman from New Yoik, Mi.Olin, and hi a col agu-, Mr. Dtrno. lie vob d yeuterdiy against rc commi.i ug ibe bill, with instiuctio! 8 to report Mr. Sher mau’s bill as a sebnituta, bro uso the committee on Ju d.ciary, a/ler J^ur month's dilxatration, had b:ca unable to egree. Mr. H ckman, Pa., n*r to correct a statement which had b on psrsuteully made. Ai wm stared by bis col league *u tho Committee, Mr. Thoutu-*, ol Ms“8,ihi*y b> I reported b.ick all rbn Oils with tne comm ndalion tbs', they be r j cted br tbo Boil**. The Commit t*e had lutim-ted urn to repor*. Mr. Colfax did not ecu tbs-, the genUenitn’s statcmor.t hs l msteiU'ly ebauged tbo quimtioo, ba that he w. uld accept if. A- all even*, the Committee bad made a oeg ativo tep-rt. Tuey agteed to tlsigree. Mr. Uckinau remained that t icy did not agree to ilis.gtoe. A mijjrityof the OommittM instructed him to report brek sit the bills with tho recommendaliou that they do uor pa*s. Mr. Collsx was obliged for the lolorma'.ion. A*, least th; CamBiittee were tot in favor of auy one of the pending b Us. Mr. lliokrran—flertimiy. l r. Col'a*—'.lit*, cou.d net sfr.e alllr uatively. Mr. Hick mnu—There: was a n. jori.y opposed to each ind.viiiiai bill. This ought to be aatislaciory, aid th re i fjre iheecionof tho Committee was against each aud ■ all ibe bdls. Mr. Ci.f .x ;u'pared they wen cippo.trd t> the bills nf rred to them, or to a~iy other bd! i.s a substitute, srd herec b* opporc t reesrtmtmmt io tr.at Cornu-itUo. Mr. Pjrter, 1.4 , as a member of that Oommittee, said t‘ ,v loruc o! the member* ihereot thought there might ho a better bill f.smrd than thn<e btiars them, and thorclore tney repoilcd . g*ius*. all of ibeni. As to redusiug the Slates to the coed t ou of terrilo ties, that vi* a ronudabju*. war of gitiicg at the end of the ma ter, and cot the proper tn inner of endirg the rebellion He was not » Uvor ol any general ac: cf co. fi ex ica. L*t the armies oirry the Go: stitution ore r tho leriitoiias -a fresh sir fi is up a vaeuum. I,et the rrb«il'o:i ho e mbed out, and .h; Gum.itutiou as the supreme I tw, be re-hist* <d. Mt. lb k uan mtinla'njd that 1' w»* the found'd duty of the President io suppr-si the rebellion. He w«s swum to d* to. Tbs Oo.iBii utiou mid* this imperative. Ho wa* ywoiu to prrterv.*, protect and defend tUi Oon J * itution o! the United States, ai.d to make ur.e of ali i Ij r qU pd to leglilktion lo euab e (1 e I’.erdea !0 pet form r i< g.voM d.ty. Hti'frr.ud ti> the i tcaroeratioa of tie meoibsriof tbo late li’gistalure of Maryland, the d;i.v Be /Ire of mm nod their hioare*iat.ou is long.— If ih rc w/d noco w itu-iotal pew/r fur ibis, tin u the Pneidrut h«tl plijrjd tbo tyri&t *e much ar NctO erer did. The Ptcjieut did tiiofe thiugg, not by eirtuo of ! gisl tiao, i'tt by thi strength bl tue tutii »iy arm, as a meant re of mesial y. It w.« cowardice on the put nf a President that it id forced them itts this want of unity. Ur. O-it’fndtn, Ky . r xfiresttc! hiimelf agiitst .» g.u rial conOsuti 'O bi I, the t IT c of which would b J to • x a-ttCia e tue wir and protract its teriuU.atiot). 0>uid they n >t su| pr.Nt tbe tcb.-llton with tboir armies, wil. out ret-rtti'i; ui a it.e<* u-e which is ttot only uawi-e but eleatiy rgacst tbe coup 'tu iou, wricb jtorid-s teat ro tnau ,bs'l be fipii.eil ot hi* property without due [ru erss ol Uw. Il l uddrersea the !l us • a', lougth, a girt i:ig that the people would p-rmit Mi'her the Abolition itt. t m- the 8-c iri.v.tp'e to pu. down tbe C n-t tution. Mr Kiwari’, of Now llamprbire, sai l that a large ma jur ’y of tbe piople of the Nurta do not d fl ro to inter icre «-i h rUnry ii the 8 u b, I'd a largo m jiritr o‘ tli-. 11 pu i i.at.efere do aot de.uro to ijteifere wi b I', utl e; ii bi i ret tear* to sure tbe couctry. Mr. Critti i dm ri p!><d (bat be was glad of tbe f ter tupioi. H - w is ent fl-d .I tbj dejUradM of the pea Is null from N « Hup hire. I. »a< wh-.t I e had b m a 1'beltussd He couch I-d br a leg tin’ It k rt cl ' j r o dttoty f tr him elf and h s count yman but lo thepreg erv • ton"of tie C us i a ion aad lbs Debit. Do to.It I , m 4U a- b'.r (cMf at d aprar. Tut ii.ua tbso a J burned OFFCNSIVB AMD DEFENSIVE WAHIA1E. A correspondent of lira Norfolk Day Pock trartlattd the ml j lined article# from a • wall work written ky one of Napoleeu’s Oinerala in 1818, and revised la 1888 to suit modern war: orrtsatvi vumi. Tbe offensive is the proper character wbieh It is • • sett al to give to every war; It exit e tb* courage of the soldier; it discoi c ms the advere-ry, stripe (torn him tbe imitative end diml-iebee Lie meeo*. Do not wait tor tbe enemy in ytu- own fire-placrs, go ties)* to eetk Mm in hie own home, when you wi'l Bod at tbe same time to lire al bia expense, and to strip trom h m ill itsourots 11 penetia lag Li# terri cry commence by aciiag tn maut with all forcer, and be rure that tt * tiritsdvautagee are jours. It i* rartly wise to brgin by bieieging a very suotg [ lace, or by i If ring baule to tbe grand miss of tbe enemy's army; frtq leotly tbe en try into an cp-n city, tbe uuief pi ice of a rich prosit oe, tLe usurpation ut a fertile country, tbe cons cHive de struction cf several detachments, tbe occupauen ol a ceil ral position from wb ch toucan prevent the concen tration ol iroojsor tbe col'eotion of ttons; all these operatiosi, iu ofleitag lew- r opposing cLancs# than ibe two firct, will have, to many ta*ei, ckcume.ai.cee more sdvaotageoun a: ter some prelimiru-y success, you will try s grand blow, it may be tbe anniailaubD of an army, it m«y bt thi tubju^atioa of tbe capital, or of an important torl r. 3i. vV.hen this result shall be ob-ained, it will be ntcesia ry to redouoio your energy and pesi tbe war vigorous 1/ Onoe having established your superiority, miterUI and moral, you wi.l sub divide your forjes Into several cirps, ctu-ged witb pu suing different ends; but each one of tbe corps ougbt to bo iu a couditlon to suimtuut the obstacle wjiub it will meet Y> u sLcuid no. exp.se any one of theta to a check which w.U compromise tbe pnc?eiing advantages. Wr.en i.tishaters ar.t brekeo, so tbit the reaeurcee of tbe miii.aiy and admitietrative pow.r are lu your own hands, concentrate your foie * anew, in order to appear inv neibl) at tbe moment of be conclusion of peace, en d, up ti tbe time wneu your conditions ol peace are eub tcribed, pn serving a menacing attitude, in avoiding al ways to t x asperate tlra conquered. Dirissivs wARVAXI. Never adopt tbe defective uulese it is impossible for you to do o.uerwite. Ii you are reduced to tbit sad ex tremity, lit it bo in order to gam time, to wail for jour reiufotcements, drill your aoluiers, s.reng Leu jour alli ances, d.aw tbe enioiy upon bid gr-u .d, to lengthen tbe base of his cperailuos, anl 1st au ulterior det'gu tu t k i the iffjuaive ba without ceasing tbe end of all your actions, lu not cisstmicate jour forces in a mul.nude of pieces ; let your movement!) to tbe contrary always lead to concentration ; make little by little tbe ba.l ot suow : avoid partial engagement# wu. n you tre not ab solu.eiy certain of hetug tLo stro. gest. After having uit-e-d tLe aimy as c.-mpletely as jou can bops, ini ncsjvre, s<« k to tike the tu.ni/ iu seme weak pout, in Mice hi, tiioks and bis rrar. Do no; oppose rystmi alkali/ his pa.-R.ge, allow hiui to advance into your ter ti uiy, it by so doing, be at ibe came tinu weakens him self.' You will il.f quiet b m fai more by evacuating lbs c.uutry b.-foru bi-o, than in ii.Bru'icg certain d.files or c.’. taiu po-itions, wniob be can lo.ee in crushing you, or turn iu < u ting you. Surroml Mm wub rpirs, know tli of hi) marches, and p oil', by al: ius fauiov. Dy sMne boll blows well cot# o iv. d incpire him wi h fetrv. If be throws out a do t*chm*nt, surprise ii on tbe r-arch, if it is ntcc.sary <o this . (Tret with all y. u forces. When you snail bote cl slt-d tbe imrati ot your soldiers, augment tbe impoi ttuce of jocr opeiat.or.s lu tuc, ii you suoteud in making your adversary de cide epos, a letrcgiadc mov. mt-ni, push bim closely and t»-y to pree.plate hi) marche. ; he wi 1 leave in ycur b>. da mao/ straggle.-s, and wilt cru.h nioiaelf, in a lew days, inure quickly indeed by fatigued than by combats. AS APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC IN BEHALF OF THE BIBLE. At a General Convention oi D< legates, represeoti: g -ban. irtl to.-1 B.oln Societies and Hi ate B ble Conveu tiMS h> id iu Augu.ts, U>., March IV *— 21 it 1862, an O aui muon of i!U' frienda of iho Bible Cause "ta per lei cd, under the name of the ''Bid j B.ciety of the Go federate States tf Ai erica" Toe Coustilutioa thus ait. forth me pu.piM.e if tda organ aitioo : “Tnu o‘j c. o! fie Sacie.y shad b. to encourage the cinulaticn of tbe Holy Scripurta without tote or om tu ut, by the priming, punishing or procuiiog ot the aim-. The uoiy c .pies iu Ite Eugliah luguige tube circulated by the Society shall be w accordance w|:h the teat now published by the B itish and Foreign Bible Sjc ety. ' Further, the Society ela'I not be debarred from un dr (skins or aiding iu uew translations of tbe Scriptures int i foreign languages. “Toe only o jies to be circulated ia other tonguts sh Ii b sum *crs ona ait shall receive ihe unanimous ap* p,, til i f he UuiiiuiLltc:i on VersOLi ; aa:d Goa.«ilU*e t> consist of ms from cioh of the deui mina'.ions sc., ta n ig the Scci t*. J’rcvided, Tin.', until 8.id Commu t.-o on Version* shall acopt the needed versions info rrig i longu s, the Society .hill circulate tcois Vcr-ious iaturti bv idir B i iuh and Foreign Bible Society. Ttoo, nwi.li bo*.co, mat tl.c o..!y prrs.nt object of this orgauiaitiou i. to pnevrt, by the mc.t avail ibie m 'ura, the Bide of Li'o i.r goueral distribution, itscir o i.'a iun being le t to mdlvi utle, to local and fetate so cinieii, cr to eu.ii other o.goulaHioue as may pcrchaae from this s.u ce of supply. To carry out this uis-gn, the Society dieted a Board of M in.giia, and, lur tbe present, located i t centre of o /cratiots a' Augusta, lit, Toe Board is cnoipoesd of clerical and l.y memners of tbcsenral Christian it uioiii'K ion* of toe Confideracy, who have heartily u ii ed in this work ol supplying ih) Word of God for ti- disi'Uf. They havj . rganiasd by the appoint in nt of «l e following i fti ci*: R«v W. H. Clarke, Oauirmso; U v. W J B ird, Jl ending Secretary ; itev K U Myers, D. If, Corresponding S.cretar? ; G.oigi- M. Tnew, J£.q.. Treasur-r T have alar, thrtufh the 1 b-rali'y of the Board if Utnig-rrot the Tcn-isi e S.ate Biol.- Soc.ety, and the aucc Htlui iff ir sof an agrnt arnt to S»»h»iUo for tbe purport*, ficured nc nl y can stereotype plates of the Nc» Te-lament aed ihe l'aalni?,— of pocket edition 8 *• —irom which ra» be p null viluoie especially anits b.t for ds'ribu'ioo iu ib* cite, , whence ite demand, tur me'- n book is i cedant and urgent Ojr colliers axle and Deed all oi th.se volumes, that wo can pos.it 1/ tu:tp y for s-.me tttre to core. The U>'tl ts endeavoring to make arr.trgemet tt for th- itntned »:e printing of 1U0 Oi.*0 volumes from there pli- s-aud th-y r j vci to s j they biva rsa.o~.able pmspiti'. of tusc'M id tbs effort. A d t o v we s. p »i to the liberal minded throughout th 1.0u'edtr»or to supply tbe means for prosecuting tiliiChri. i n uo'k. itiey who have done so much fer onr brave d fcadirs will not, surely, deny tbim this best b>ou—the sure word ol prophicy—these L-avia from tbe Tr e cf Life T .e ot j ct rf this Circular i* to solicit donatient to t ie Sccio j Th.t S cie'y insti u cd the folljwiog terms ot ui. mbeiship, to which we iovite general attention : *' %!c i.'jrr-* o( loe ooti.ry an*Ji u * aa io.iowh : •• Annual M inherit, b. i- g persons who rball ainua1 y cou-iibuto a mm t o’ lean loan fivb dolhr3 ” *• L fo Members, being persons who shall have given the s-.tnof thirty doll us iu one payment." “ Li'e D r c’ois, b. itig person* who tbail have given th’ “"m o! i*t e bundred and fi’ty dullars.” "Honorary Dirrcto’s, btirg Mimsttrs of (he Go p !, whose csugii g tUma si all make an annual contr.bu ion ia aiJ ol t ie >u dt of the. 8:c’ety." • l’.iiroue, brirg p-teovs wto s all bare given (be sum of one thousand <1 lUra.” Coutiibu’lius of tar cf lie sums shove famed Will anti lo <hc donors to such riltlico to the Society >« is indicated in the Corstl utiot j but at:y sum*, gr'uleror lus. irora indivi.'ralsor from Siculus, will be grateful ly received ami hti.hiu I? applied. V.' iktever mo.-t ys nuy be non paid by local or S ato Sooie ij.i wtli be piece! to th'ir credit, to be rc urrrd ia bo>k', wh/n they nr published, in the order la whlab lit ir foo ls are r«c ived. Coninbuiions mar basest to G.-orge M Taew, E ij Treasurer, Augu ita, Ga W. H. Clark*, Oh. b'J Managers W J. Haao, Sec•e-arv. Augur a, Ur., Ap’il 17 1862 SiMiCLAK Im iust—The N. O. Catholic S’andird re Corfu the tollovilg ucJvuc of the bulla cf .'•bid : “Fstill r Torgta, ( rtiapitin ot il e Orleans Guard* ) v compauied hi« Oittol oa io the tn drtof the torrb’o storm of fi e to wt.io i It was exposed, namiedtu! of hi* meet i.nir. neat p ri'. but wa'e i ts with ruparnilarol v gi’accr • or the opportunity cl . ff rdirg tie prie ier* co » It ■jots of lelicinu to tho wounded aod tie dying. Arnorg the most , |V erg Inoidon's m-nionrdof his ntliis'iy on the fi Id, is hie hilling in hit aratr bo bod/of a young Ore: !•', " member of the Orl -srs Guifd*, w h i hsd Otei ding.-rots-lv wou.’tdrd With his right lani p 1 a **r i oi.ua itu* scld ei's breu‘, the m : irwr of Ghriat tiat j is titered the ahssl itian thtt cur Ltid m hor*’d the P'ieesof Dir OtiD c'i to prononnea, when an inviou. i.*d p »e d b taeen Lis p.rud fi .geis and io jei la the y ung »>!di t'r le an ! .... W *«if a k* for >i)C d*.,!*?! Whit A*i incid r t ?<!• the I i. orist 1 Wla a p ct clr for tho Ohii-tl*n I T a Britith screw sti-vii.bip K.rnak, which hie been a regno r pm k-1 for rcue ime bitw. en Havens,aod M*« ,su aud S.w To.k, got ashore on Nassau B.r, aod was 1 wmked. T8I OONSOUFTON ACT. Tba following regu'etioas of tha War D-pvtaoent, hi relation to the act ol Oongrea kuown aa lha toooerip t oo Act, ara published by authority, for the ialormatioo of tbe poblic: u uaOLLanrr aid Dtaroainoa or no cm. 1. Aa officer not below tbe rank of Utj>r will be de tailed tor each S ate to take charge of lbs enrollment, ■attaring in, aubair.enoe, transportation, and dirpodikM of the recrnite raiaed under this act. 2. Application will be made iin median ly to tbo Got erLora < f tbe MTeral State* fer permission to < mploy 3 ate officer* fur (aid enrtllicact, and io ctea inch per mission be not granted, offi.-ers of tbe army will be ee lec'ed by tbe Depanm-ut to perform that t’u y, undei euch regultti-na aa may be prercribcd. Wntre Siatj offi:eiw are employed, the regulations of tbe rttpec iTO States in regard to military enroll net l will be obterred, aa far as applicable. • U Tbe enrolled men io etch Stats will be coll c'ed ia oamp* of instruction by tbe officers io command of the r_ciu ta, the aaid camps to be selected with relerecc* to Utal b, and tbe facilities lor obuhiog subsistence and tra it po ta ion. Tbe number ol tbeee can.pa shall not •loeid two in each Stale, without authority Irom ibeDe I ar m*n', and to each will ba allowed a qaartermastr an . commissary. 4. Tne oommandanta of lha cam pa of imtruc loo la tbe seTeral Stan a will call upon tba Genar-le oommuid i g tba mil tary deptrlmtn a, n which tbeir campa may ns tilualed, for competent drill tfihera to instruct lbs r’emits, and will prepare them for tbe fi-id a* rapidly «e po-sibl -. Tbry wfil cause them to be properly Tserl nated, and la ord.riog them to tbo field will, at far e practical le, prefer luoec who haws pass’d C;. rough tbe usual camp diseaare. they will establish hospital* la cou LcctioJ with their campe, ajd make rtquui ion ter a-.oh medical atten anco and atone as may be leq'.fr.d. 5. Tbe commandants cf regimtnis, battalions, >quad rota, and nuuxcr.cd companies, ia act rice on ibe IA’.b ioat.. will send cuptes ol tbeir muster robe to tbe cum min dun of the proper camp ol instruction ia tbeir re spective Stale*, with offic’r« to lake charge of such re cruit* a a may be luruiahed to said corp*. Tba said corn msndance will apportion tbe recruit* among aucb c ’rpe io proportion to tbe deficiency of each, except whea o-berwisc specially diracted by tba Department, allotting, aa far aa practicable, lo each ‘uch corps tbe men Irom the regions of country in wbioh it baa been rol-ed. They will, from lime to time, send cfT rucb bod.es of re omits as are ready lor tbe 8rid, and will repoit ou tbe first Monday of tvtry month tba tuwber of racrulis io camp, their condition, tbe number aent eff during ih* mouth, and the regiment* and eorpa to which they were sent. A Tbe commandant* of regimeots and eorpa will dis tribute the r-crui ■ among their several companies, nd in such as have not tbe number of companm allowed bylaw to a ng'ment, the aaid commandant* may or ganic! the nquirrd number cf ntw companies, after first filling up ah* (listing compauita to me minimum pa lit cf infantry, 61 private* ; of cavalry, 60 privates ; of artillery, 7'1 privates. 7. The .'ectuis will be apportioned among tbe aeverai a-us of service, according to their r so-ctive wan:*, ocrnltijg as far as practicable the prrt, renco of tbe men. IVhire a greater number t ff.r for a particular arra than can be a-aigned to it, the distnbu-iou will be dat-rmiued by lot; but recruits for tbe cavalry wi:l on>y be taken from thoss who furuiah their o«u home. tit.—roi-ixtaiRs roa srlistiso oosru 8. Persona liable to military aeivUe uudrr tbe above so , not in service on the 16 b of April, and wishing 11 vounteer it any psrucu*r o mpa y in tbe Con f derate service on the 16 h of April, may rrport themselves prior to their enrollment at a camp of Instruction within their lecptc.ive 8 a ea, where they will be enrolled, prepired tor tbe held, and sent to the said cempaDy until the a*toe shall be fined up. 8 R erni mg . flic* rt may be d tan. d, with tbe prr rai.sion of the G uerals command ng military depart me its by the cou.micd u ts of regiment* and corpa, and sent to their respective States lor the purpose of re ceiving f, r such legimcnts and corps, in continuity with r c-rutuog nguUtioca heretofore adopt-d, (General Or der No. 6 ) volunteers detirhg to j tin mem. Such volunteers nay te as-emM d at the Gimps of instruction in their rcsptcttvc Su e-, prepared for the fi-M, and sent to lit-.ir rc-p-tct ve r-'g meats and cotp-i ut til the same rha-l be filled up; or, if r.ady for ib-- field, may be ordered directly to their corps by the iffisi-i so ract uiting them. IV.—Vt Ll’NTBXR CORPS HIRtlOPORR ItJTHORIZtD. 10 perrons liable to mi iury service under tilt cc*, aul net in service on tbe 16 h day cf April, ut -y, un.ll the 17 h dtty ot May next, volunteer in corpa her. tc fore author;*-d to bo raised by the Secretary of War, or by tbe fciuu i e of any State, as part of the qro a thereof in pnrsuauco of a c il mttfo upon such State by the President. P.r-oas authoria d to ra re such corps, who may not on tlia- d-y have the nec-s-ary numb, r o: turn enroll.d and musti-red into service according to the terms of thetr authority will pioceed with their men to a camp cf in-trccticn in their resp'clive 8o.Ua, and will d.liver their mnater tells to the commandant there of. 11 The commandants of scch corps as are completed on or bu oto the 17 h day of May, and cot oiherwise ordered, will report to the commandants of the recruits of ih.ir respective States, and with their corps will be placed by him in a camp of na-ructioa, au l report im mediately to the D pmmrni. Such carpi will be ucd-r the commnnd of the comm.vndan-8 cf r cruita in their respective States, and will be prep.r.-d fur tbe field la like manner wilt the recrui s, uadi retrov.d from the e-.rnp. Ta- y will only bs moved u der o.derd from the Depxrtmac’, from the Cotumacdiog Gent rat cf the trmy, or i t urgent cases, from the Commandkg G-ntral cf <ho miltiry department in which tbs camp^ may be ai u »p:d; and m such e*sre report will immediately be made to’he Dt-rartoent by the tfiicer in command cf toe •unp. V. ADDITlOXai. CORPS—fiCKHRILL* fiCSVICt. 11. Under the pruhibnion of this act agiinst the or ganization cf new cc rps, tin further authority for that purpose cau ba given, except ttat specially provided lor in the Act of Coogriss, ei.titl d “An Act to organ zt baodsO P«r is u K itgrr-." Kor tins iatirr purpose, ap plications arcs: be made through the Commanding G< ne reis of the Military Departments in wLicb the said corps are to be sts| byid. vi. rs oanasizvTtox or rwztvx wosrus coart 18. A l rrgimeois, batta'iojs,-q ndrots, and corny* uauics of tw.lvs months vo'uateers will re organ.'* • with b forty dive from thr 16 b ol April, by eherteg a!i thrir cllbrrj which tfciy hid a right heretofore to cent, ao-J on each da;s a- the B tgade Ccmmand -rs mar pre scribe, an 1 the aai-J Brkade Gotamacdeff are her-by or d red to fit an! autcuucs the day for such r. o pt zv . .... !« H, V . t. In i-. uharccd, aider tbe proviaion* uf the Act, will Ink* part ia each elto ion. 14. The form of holding and certifying the (lrc'iona wl tie in ccuf. rm ty with the lew* of tbe States .ron which the mec, or tbe major part thereof, inty e sir ; and when the < I- ctioa of li Jd < Ihcers * to b m*de hr 0- inpatiy < (Eli* the la'ter w II be ti e: elected. A1 ear tifi ate* of election will h* returned to 'll" A'j itent Oeu er. I'a effioe, and the officer* will be catetuiNi'.oaed by the Preeidcnt. Tuey wi.1, howetff, ou recaitbtg a cepy cf the ceil Gjite of elteticn Imtsr-lia e'y enter upon da y. OtH ten* not re idee'ed will be relieved fiem do y, at i tfco brgad* comm-nder wLl re tire thvir acute to the De partment. tii. coar* xaued roa Local. pxrzzcx. 15. Corps retard for local defence will retain their or gan zition during the term of eie.h er.li-tir.'n , n.wnp. • riou-ly ditbir.Jed ; but member* of etch ooip* t*i*y r*>l un'cer iuio corn* ter general aerTiee aa herein »Loa. pro Tided. rill. i't cuaHomt. If. Whan any company new in »-r?!c* lor twi!»e man h« ebail b fere the 16.b day of Ju y nrxtatta e tie inaz'tunn cumoei* pnrerin. d by th!< act, viibcal irclo* elinic the men u >d«r 18 aid orer SS y«*r» of *se,.ll arc ■ men ta.y bn dircli r;ed, and lUoh of tbnro *e re main i i *. rT oi r.n tbe * i! day, will ttpou their apn ‘ca Ilia be then di-icl jtd, whether ruc.'t ci*a tcuia ha at tained or cot. „ ix. Txassrxr*. 17 Tbe right to chan »e coc-p.r.y or corps in y'rtoo ol re e liitment cea«e» to eziet by the repral of ; I l .»s in rrgard t*> re eolistmant; bat tttn fer* of indirduata nr <f oonipx'iie* may :>) xouu a* nrrttofore, within the Jifcrettou of the Department. i. uatrircrx*. 13 When »■ t pet*to liable tu mi'lUry duty onder this -c . I n' ' o' yet ma*'eie . into eerrice li act ccnip' nr, d eire to fu i-lah a euV-titn « he ihcl n port hinue f w’nh the subs'i'nte, to the con.nunJ.it cf a eitnpcf in *;ru-! I'M), and if ibr roba iiu'e be lawfully < zf. pt »rnm mi i .ry enty, acd 03 1 xasi nt'ioe ly a i-a g-o-t f f 1- *,' 11 .u.g.'iw be pro ouir d *onu 1, aud In td re .p..t ft fur rr.ili ary «- rrie», he ma» ba accept'd aid ecn I ei, and ibe p rson Inrste'-icg such euhatiinte 13 y t»e dircarg'd by th- roirmanda it of the camp. But DO auVti iu ab-.U be e ■ i.l-i to iian portafc .o or oti.tr »l *-w ir.ee at the 1 x>-n*a cf the 0 .v mm at ua ii so tc e* p vd and clio kd. xi is a mom 19 P-rwis ditm'ag ii rap‘i .0'ra-a m Vtiry du*y under .hie rot zhatl bn rt q .ire 1 b* tb * enrol!! g 1 (fi at to Irak' oath that tb»y *'• lawfully <x mpt ulS r ta ae: of Ooogtow, and sha'l be faruhtud by him sub a certificate of tucu txtmp.ies.