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Later from the North. We have received New York papers of Friday, Oct. 10th. We give below their dispatched relative to the battle between Bragg and Buell, at Ferryville, Ky., on the 8th. Washington dispatches deny that any changes are "immediately to occurred in the Cabinet. The Sioux war, by the same authority, is declared to be practically ended. --fifteen hundred of the hostile Indians are prisoners, and many others coming in. The leading chiefs who are proved to have participated in the late massacres will be summarily executed. Reconnaissances have been made by Sigel's cavalry to Rappahannock Station, without finding any Confederates. Great battle is Kentucky. The New York Herald, of the 10th, has dispatches announcing a general engagement between Bragg and Buell at Perryville, Ky., which is preceded by a long heading, in which the word "victory" does not occur once. This is almost equal in that paper to a frank confession of defeat. The battle commenced on Wed
ly exasperate them and cause wanton destruction of life. Col. McClure." Chambersburg, Oct. 10, 8 P. M.--About fifteen men on horseback are in town, with carbines and a flag of truce. They want ambersburg bank have not been returned from New York since the last raid. Harrisburg, Oct. 10--10 P. M. --Dispatches just received from Shippensburg confirms the news of the occupation of Chamberces are following closely in pursuit. Gen Buell has his forces well in hand. Louisville, Oct. 10.--Gen. Buell fought a great battle with Bragg's rebel army yesterday at Perryville, gaining a signal and declare victory.--Bragg is used up. The General press dispatches. Louisville, Oct. 10.--There are various rumors circulating relative to the fight which took place yesterday, (Thursde ambulance train is now leaving, Louisville, to bring the wounded hither. Louisville, Oct. 10, 4 P. M.--Early yesterday morning Gen. Buell attacked Gen. Bragg's forces at Chaplin Creek, in the i