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Later from the North. adjournment of the Yankee Congress.--Sumner's resolutions passed.--foreigners in New York Protesting against intervention. &c. &c &c. [from our own Reporter.] Fredericksburg, March 7. --I have received the New York Herald, of the 4th, and Washington Chronicle, of the 5th insts., and send you the news they contain: The Memphis Bulletin. of Saturday the 28th, says it was confidently believed in leading circles in that city that the rebels were then evacuating Vicksburg. The expedition to open the Yazoo Pass has been entirely successful therefore, the evacuation rumor wears a strong color of probability. Rosecrans advanced on the 2d as far as Middlesbrough, half way to Shelbyville. One thousand cavalry and 1600 infantry left Murfreesboro' on the 3d, and encountered the enemy at Bradysville. After severe fighting the enemy were driven from the town, with 8 killed, 20 wounded, and 80 privates and 9 officers captured; also, 300 no
The enemy at Florence, Alabama, and approaching Aberdeen, Mississippi. Mobile, March 7. --Reliable information has been received that the Yankees have gone up the Tennessee river to Florence, Alabama, with a fleet of gunboats. At least 400 cavalry were landed, and were destroying everything in their route through Franklin and Lawrence counties. Latest accounts say they were marching from Moulton, in Lawrence county, southwest through Marion county, in a direct line towards Aberdeen, Miss.
From Charleston. Charleston, March 7. --A large Spanish screw frigate appeared off the bar late last evening.--Her boat has reached the city, this evening to communicate with the Spanish Consul. A steamer, towing what appeared to be an iron-clad, passed the car going Southward last evening.
Tennessee State Treasurer. Chattanooga. March 7. --Gov. Harris has appointed Gen. Joel A. Battle Treasurer of the State of Tennessee, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Col. McGregor.