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Memphis, March 22.--The C. S.
stelmer Ivy; Capt. Fry, has arrived
hare. The Federals are advancing
tnwards Decatur, and are reinforcing
da the Tenaesee. The Confederate
Generals are confident of victory.
Memphis, March 22.-The' steam
erM3earshas arrive4frbm up the river,
and reports the enemy at Old River
Late, six miles below Tiptouville:
They are building rafts, hoping to
be able to put a body of infantry on
the east side of the river: The! ene
my zholled Island No. 10 yesterday,
but no damage done. They never
stay long within range of our guns.
They hope tcpass Island No.10 some
Augusta, March. 22.--Tle Wil
mington Journal, of Friday, says the
steamer Nashville went to sea on Mon
day. She passed between the blcgk,
ading vessels. 'They fired several
siots at her, but she is to doubt now
safe.from the Linclonites' clutches
Special jo the Mlemphii Appeal.
'Rielumond, March 19.-On yestea
day the Senate confirmed the follow
ing gominations of Cabinet otficers,
as chiefs of the respective, depart
meuts of tiie' executive branch of the
yerretarv of ,$ate, Judah P. Bep
jamilr. of Leujtianh. Secretary of
\War, George W. Randolph, of Vir
ginia. Secretary of the Treasury,
(. G. Memminger, of sotth Carolina.
Secretary of the Navy, S. R. Mallory,
of .Florida. Attorney General,
Thomas H. Watts, of Al4 . Post
master General, J. . gan, of
r o s. ipnes
.Norfolk, March :,.' .T-4' Mi~aes
sets. whealast seen, was ataneshost
the Ri B aps She is badly rid -u
but unk. Four transpert steesm
es, 4Pl oif troops, are t theBoeds.
It i su)pposed tbhyare destlsed to s
infore. Durnsido . Thera are three I
large Federal rIgatesat Port Romere.
A uwmbgr of mhssels detyned by a
aortieast storams weuto sea yester- I
y day.. .
Augusta, Marsh 21.-A privetu t
dispatch, just received 'ed. rom Sal e
nah sas oar tmops, are dvanidng
farom North arolina. Tbhe enemy I
havre left Blomton. iI
Nbrfolk, March 21. - Nineteen a
large transports,.steamers and sailing a
ships caine into the Roads yesterday. e
The most of them left this morning
It is supposed.they are lodded with I
The St. LawIenee if at anchor in v
the Roads, near the Minngsota. r
The old Brandywine, on which the t
Union gun has been placed, could not
be seen from shore yesterday.
Several ships went up to Newport
News, and it is thought landed troops I
and, then departed.
Augusta, March 21,,-The Savan
nah News of this morning learns that
the Federals landed yesterday at Red 9
Bluf; eight miles from Savannah.
It is supposed there were about 7000.
.Thoe Jepublican inys feicial infor- e
niation -has been received that 1000
Fe jerals landed at Bluffton early this
Great activity prevails among the
Confederate troops on the Carolina
and Georgia coasts.
The Nashville Patriot copies a.
dispatch from the Cincinnati Cotm
mercial, dated Washington, March t
11th, which says McClellan, to-mor
row, ceases to b.e General-in-Chief,
and Staunton will issiue an order an
nount-ing the chiing. "It also has a
dispatch saying the :Captin of the
Sunmter was released. The Sumter
is still at Gibraltar. o
'tiptonville.-It is said that the v
Federals attempted to plant a battery S
opposite this landing, but w~ere de
terred by the timely interference of r
Comnibdore Hollins, who drove them ci
away and took their.guns. it
The Doom of tAe Rebel Leaders,-. -
The Philadelphia Inquirer, of Feb- c
ruary f4th, alluding to a proposition q
which is being prepared for the esape- t.
cial benefit bf our leaders, says: ci
Col. lRichardson, of the..Military tt
Committee of the House, is preparing a
a proposition for the punishment o n
the double-dyed traitors who have
added perjury to treason. It will re
quire the confinement and refusal to d
exchange of all prisoner who may be n
taken or arrested as our armies ad- tl
vance, that have takenrthe oath of
duty and service to the United States. N
This will include Senators, Repro- la
sentatiVes, officers of the army and a
navy, and indeed all who have been it
the recipients of this bounty of the b
nation, whether in fame or Protit.- -
l'hi mea'sure will secure the proper ij
junishment oltthe rebel leaders, while t
it draws a brOad distinction between
them and their infatuated followers.
Reorganizatioa b ef ,r - Ferter "
Lise of Defesces on the Potomna-- g
We are aware that considerable mun- v
,easin~a is matfested on the part of n
the public, on account of reports o~f ~ e p
1 sweane:tM6esz~tyr w
oempe the . ae eMblf a-sse
I- .taneaynn oE e ein
ausepurely sategle. boreha
ofobl taty of -'-wlll
066 14 Is udreuseod tq'e 'theaue.i
ldeace'ef the Az `bla s tiba a
as eatsmt tha, as s.gals eam' -
tie., he has the cndtrol nd
of ailtry mov r .tia&i ,s &,d t
l°-irEtirdy fa his owe
It ii c erta s .at 'w:.
is to s eagised as it eat Vm
glula, and that the pointahise bO
selected with a view to the bi*
epie advantage. These poits Nrl
noetye indateed; but it is tbraght
probable that line of defeei-'wil
beorgatlsed eetandingfre) Gordea,.
vilie to Stanate. A depot .1 prol
visions is now beai es elahad at
the former iace. . ,.
What the Virgfwis has a e"
The Norfolk Day Beek has thp Mt -
lowing uamdemsed stamment edes tore
work done b; the Virginia:
Congrews4burnt(, 480 men, .gupais
Cumberland (aunk), 360 mei,
guns; Mrinaeioto (riddled),. 550 ea,
40 , guns; Roanke (scared elt), 50
men, J0 gi$ns St Larreace (poppei
ed). 480 mhen, 60 ganas; ,gu.aboats
(two or three disabled), 120 aen, 6
guns; forts (silenced). .20. men. 20
uns; Ericason,. 150 men, 2 gues.-
Total-men, 8290; guns, 830.
Had we a few Virginias at the
start, or even at present, pehApa our
situation would have been far more
preferoble; however, we have substi-.
tutes. So far Pa we could learn,
there was sent from the vicinity of
New i Orleans towards hlephlis, no
lees than twentyfirve guauboat and
floating be •ries, during the past
A Washington correspondent writes
of the developments made by the In
vestigating Committed of the United
States Congress.: -
They have intelligence ofmackeor
ruption, in which prominent politi
clans and office-holders will play an
important part. The half has eot
been told, as I havebeen informedby
Mr. Washbrne, of Ilinioes, one of the
committeo. With these fraudulent
speculators, diamsonds have been
trumps for many weeks, but, presi,
change, the shuffling of the cards has
turned up clubs, under the effects of
which the a xclamations will be many
and loud- AOh, what a frllimy coun
. The St. Louis exposure has aotyet
developed-the treasenin high places,
next door to the White House and
the Capitol, has not yet been promul
gated-while, from Philadelphia,
New York and other places, the vil
lainous hand of fraud will be upheld
and exposed to'the amazement of an
indignant pnplic. In the Senate,
Flouse. and publie ofices of the U ov
ernmuent, depravity and debasement
is concealed for the tizie being: hut
the day 'of retribution is near. and the
guestion may, with all propriety be
ask'ed---who shall be able to stand?"
All ready; "is it I ?" ip queried by the
gkurdians of our country, who are db
voted in the iost hoapitable kind
jnas tp these uphi whose"actions de
pendp their fat r weal r woe"
Si,.r , r . Ay ett, e~i:,.
The crowd thae, "s "teho,
m&* pspr 4o :fie.
wBye i are aldof b] a gt.FIk
Glierf w made er tha
without . eloy g his. Ay ' of a
dene vi~wd of exeited people. i~ 'ii
primeto-day. ' . , '
at ghlmn appe tho ; ansi joeia
ble of the d t. e pla . .nd
tafable in of traileiy w Mrw doni s
The crowd that buswas itloteir
is greted expethto e who see cl.
anei ousall to a t. t who
weremdilsp sed by a jas lat.
I er was made generalithma a C-t
couldgetm. a'o theh oto er th of it
tA persont who win . hi the ou of .
dense wi of ecd wite pol e O.Ition
vtime ti lo-day. ttpe~ reely
Tigd a he was abppesas to ive, remark
ble of to Gen wo. Ba ker I ipe to .nee
you agabin hies mnera U who~i ,. on
replied[ in agafway, *.*Yes, I s uppose
verse thehim-.g w .r erson.
is grauteto ner is ex.teedin ly se rel
d in his dee iatio s of Ge. Fl wydho
rem callns him a cowrdly poltroon,
thief, and every other bad name or
ecan think of; is'even worse inhans de
appearas omewhat 'oaes' uusese oc
cinunation ofa is ofthan is geneatural.y n
Sdulged in by he Northerlpresls. T
a milita personeer who wad a t o oor
offity ial bucveri with oGel. Cutck
versed wit the latter pg.teman statee tt
ed ,a he wasaope of e.oave, remark-t d
Floyd troen. B to In pe to sees
yto roake their esape ~ier cover Bo.
'darkness, and leave the soldiers e
so-eron their commande.to teeir fate. hi
SGremarkable proisition excedngy. Busevkner
and calhs him a cowte digay poltroont,
thief, and every ot er bad naie he
can theink of; is eve worse in his d
nunci tion of 5lr. than is genes i2Jy iBn
dulged in by thNorthorixbpres. To
a military olar -who had an opporte .
nor; the latter gptttostated, that
#f'tner wort Dongn, haud become dot: -
wnmii~tedu oie hbr oytu