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, who are rising en masse between the ages of 15 and 60. The Tribune's latest information from Pensacola states that the yellow fever was raging there. The Yankee fleet crews have been removed to Santa Rosa. [second Dispatch.] Mobile, Oct. 9. --The Tribune has dates from New Orleans to the 1st inst. No news of importance. The Era says the rebels are evacuating Richmond, and that the whole of Virginia will be abandoned. The Era thinks the defeat of Rosecrans not so bad as reported. Gold in New Orleans is at a premium of 50 cents. [third Dispatch.] Mobile, Oct. 9. --Late arrivals from Shreveport, La., state that Gen. Price is falling back towards that point, and that Gen. Taylor is falling back from Alexandria. Gen. Banks is pursuing. Banks crossed from New Orleans in three columns--one of which crosses at Lake Charles, another at Brashear City, and the third at the mouth of Red river. His force is estimated at 35,000. Steele and Blunt have about
From Gordonsville. Gordonsville, Oct. 9. --The news today is mostly contraband. A line of wagons, about eight miles long, was seen yesterday going from Culpeper Court-House towards the Rappahannock. Six prisoners arrived here to-day, five from Hazel river and one from Leesburg.
The Daily Dispatch: October 10, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Sufferings of the border Missourians. (search)
The President in the South. Atlanta, Oct. 9. --The President arrived here by special train from Augusta last evening, and proceeded this morning to the headquarters of Gen. Bragg. At Marietta he was met by Gov. Brown, and made a short address to the people, complimenting Georgia for the stand she had occupied during the war. Her troops had done their duty on every field, and from her Governor he had received earnest and prompt cooperation. He was particularly gratified when, in response to a recent call for eight thousand troops, Gov. Brown had tendered him fifteen thousand. The President was accompanied from Marietta by Gens. Longstreet, Pemberton, and Breckinridge, Senator Cobb and Gov. Brown, of Ga., and his own personal staff.
Mississippi election. Meridian, Oct. 9. --General Clarke is elected Governor by a large majority.--He carried every county in the State. A special to the Clarion says that Orvis is elected to Congress in the 1st district and Holden in the 2d. Welsh is reelected in the 3d district and Barksdale in the 6th. McRae is thought to be beaten by Lumpkin in the 7th district.