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f New-York, moved to amend by a proviso that within six months after the rebellion should be put down, the army should be reduced to its organization on the first of July, 1861. Mr. Latham, of California, was opposed to an increase of the regular army and to the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus. Mr. King accepted a suggestioncerning the pay and subsistence of the army. It provided: That the army rations should thereafter be the same as provided by law and regulations on the first day of July, 1861, excepting the ration of pepper. That during the continuance of the war there should be added to the pay of all non-commissioned officers, musicians, and of May, 1864, the pay of soldiers should be sixteen dollars per month. That the army rations should be the same as provided by law and regulation on the first day of July, 1861. That so much of the act to authorize the employment of volunteers as provided that each company officer should furnish his own horse, and should receive
Captain John Newton, and Lieutenant Babcock, and Majors Price and Biddle, who were employed conveying orders, also Surgeon Tripler, in attention to the wounded. The loss of the enemy was over sixty in killed. The number of the wounded cannot be ascertained, as a large number were carried off the field. I am, Sir, Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, R. Patterson, Major-General, commanding. Circular. headquarters Department of Pennsylvania, Williamsport, Md., July 1, 1861. The commands will move to-morrow as follows, crossing the Potomac at this place at three A. M.: Colonel Abercrombie's brigade, with one section of artillery and a squadron of cavalry. Colonel Thomas's brigade, with one company of cavalry and two pieces of artillery. General Negley's brigade, Colonel Longnecker's brigade, and one company cavalry, General Cadwallader, commanding. The commanders will move in the above order. Baggage trains will cross after the commands, and