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ments: Later from Gen. Jackson's command — our own and the enemy's movements. From a correspondent of the Lynchburg Republican, under date of "Camp of the Cross-Roads. Berkeley county, Virginia, Forty second Regiment Virginia Volunteers,January 9," we make the following extracts: We rest here to-day so as to have our horses shod. The roads are so slick that it is very dangerous to ride and difficult to walk. It is no uncommon thing to see horses fall flat every ten or fifteen ste whom think the General ought to have been promoted in preference to some other persons, whose services in the field have not been half as arduous nor as serviceable to the cause of the Union as his. Health of Gen. M'Clellan. Washington, Jan. 9. --General McClellan was out yesterday, and attended to Business during a portion of the day. The staff of General McClellan, the Quartermaster's Department, and the hospital authorities have been unusually active for some days, indicating
ey. All this affords vast room for hope, could we be assured there was the will at headquarters to set it all in motion. We shall see, and, awaiting results, shall strive to be patient. patient. One thing is certain: With these resources in hand, a fearful responsibility will rest on somebody if, in the next few weeks, the National disasters are not measurably forgotten in the better face put upon our affairs. Attempt to blow up the military Hospital at Alexandria. Washington, Jan. 9. --An attempt was last night made to blow up the Mansion House, in Alexandria. The building was formerly occupied as a hall, but now as a hospital.--A barrel had been secreted in the cellar filled with powder and projectiles, and a fuse was found extending from them to the stable. In proximity to the combustibles, lucifer matches and Chinese crackers, had been plentifully distributed, and the fuse end at the stable had actually been ignited. But this fact was fortunately discove