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11,907 bales, against 338,175 same time last year. The entire receipts reported since the 31st Augustare 2,593 bales, against 933,650 same time last year. Exported, 804, against 669,420 last year, of which 399,640 were to Great Britain and 125,700 to France. Cotton and Tobacco statement. Cotton.Tobac. Stock on hand and on shipb'd, 1st Sept.10,11815,121 Received in September1,173150 Received in October616146 Received in November20055 Received 1st to 27th Dec.604198 Recieved 27th Dec.000604,000198 12,71115,670 Exported since Sept.804000 Stock on hand11,96715,670 Tobacco.--Nothing has been done of any moment; the only sales reported being one hogshead at six cents, and ten hogsheads at 7½ cents, and a round lot of fifty hogsheads on Thursday, about one-third refused, at 7½ cents. We regard prices as so unsettled that for the present we omit all quotations; but round lots could be sold at 7½ a 8 cents. Received since the 24th instant, thirteen hogsheads; week's re
f Lincoln's hirelings as otherwise. We give them for what they are worth: Sr. Louis, Mo., Dec. 27.--The following summary of the recent military operations in Missouri is obtained from a trustwog been used for insurrectionary purposes. The Flight of Price Confirmed Otterville, Mo., Dec. 27 --A prisoner who escaped from the rebel camp at Hermanville last Saturday, reports that won telegraphic items — the charges against Gen. Benham--the Georgetown Ferry, &c. Washington, Dec. 27. --Gen. Rosecrans arrived here to-day, and has flied his charges against Gen. Benham, Theyrd to-night. From Eighty --the Number of Confederates at Cumberland Cap. &c. Louisville, Dec. 27. --A letter to the Democrat, from London, Ky., says that there are only 1,840 rebels at Cuorities, and without the knowledge of the Government. Sailing of the Europa, &c. Halifax Dec. 27. --The steamer Europa arrived at 5 o'clock, and sailed at 7 A. M. Mason and Slidell were n
Munfordville — movements of the Confederates--the probabilities of an engagement--Gen. Tom Crittenden. Nashville, Dec. 31 --(Via Mobile, Jan. 2.)--The Bowling Green correspondent of the Union and American states that after advancing to Horse Cave the Federals have withdrawn to Munfordville. The Confederate forces have also fallen back towards Bowing Green, and are now near Bell's Tavern, and are still moving South, destroying the railroad as they fall back. The tunnel near Cave City was blown up on the 27th of December, by order of the military authorities; and the railroad has been torn up for several miles. The Federals are removing the rails from the track north of Cave City, and are obstructing the different roads leading from Munfordville with trees and other impediments. An early engagement is no more probable now than it was three months ago. Tom Crittenden has fallen back to Calhoun, where it is reported he is preparing to go into winter quarters