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The war Movements. A dispatch from Fortress Monroe, June 29, to the Northern newspapers, furnishes the subjoined information! Col. Cass' regiment arrived here this morning from Boston, but proceeded on to Washington without landing. The original destination of this regiment was Fortress Monroe. The Massachusetts 3d and 4th regiments are under orders to march tomorrow morning.--They will probably entrench themselves beyond Hampton bridge, and form the advance of an important movement egroes they can lay their hands upon, confiscate them as "contraband," drive them into the Fortress and put them to work, with short rations. This is way the "fugitives come in."] From Washington. A Northern dispatch, dated Washington, June 29, says: The New York Second Regiment State Militia, now at Ball's Cross Roads, will soon change their camp to a point several miles thence. It numbers about eight hundred and fifty men, one company performing duty on the Potomac. A gent
Telegraphic items. Washington, June 29 --P. M. McQuillan, of Charleston, having British Consul's passs closely and allow no interference. Grafton, June 29.--There has been a skirmish near Cumberland. Thirtnight with two missing and one killed. Cairo, June 29.--Two Dutch companies were ordered to Alton to joinave Cairo, and many left in tears. Louisville, June 29--The St. Louis Democrat's Cairo correspondent says hing intended for the seceded States. Boston, June 29.--The St. Domingo advices of the 17th say that Spans were being erected on the shore. Baltimore, June 29.--Six regiments from the North have passed through past twenty-four hours. Jefferson City, Mo., June 29.--Attorney General Mott declined to take the Federal oath, and is held as a prisoner. St. Louis, June 29--The verdict of the jury in the case of shooting cithat it was done without provocation. New York, June 29--The Washington correspondent of the New York Post