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urges me to add that he hopes, if the liquor be of good quality, you will not venture to taste it, as he might thereby incur much risk of losing it altogether — a privation which, however agreeable to yourself, would be attended with serious inconvenience to himself during the prevalence of the prevailing "nor'easters." S. B. B. The battle in Arkansas--another Federal account. We copy the following dispatch from a late number of the Missouri Republican: Springfield, Mo., March 11th. via Rolla, March 13.--A messenger arrived at 10 o'clock last night, bringing additional news of the battle. The engagement took place on Little Sugar creek, five miles this side of a stream of the same name, where the skirmish took place. On the march down, in anticipation of an attack on the South, Gen. Curtis ordered the trains to be drawn up on the north side, but unexpectedly the attack was commenced on the rear, north of our army, by 1,500 or 2,000 rebel cavalry. General Siegel, w
, Delaware,--Tobias Pearsall, Richmond, selling liquor; Patrick Sherry, for interfering with the arrest of a prisoner; George Warren, Richmond, selling liquor; H. L. Wigand, Richmond, treason. Committed on the 9th March.--Henry Wolf, Caskie's Rangers, deserting. Committed on the 10th March.--S. P. Carusi, Washington, --A. J. Lavelle, Crutchfield Artillery, deserting; F. J. Tappey, guard, drunk while on duty; Chas. Williams, Fredericksburg, treasonable language. Committed on the 11th March.--Captain James E. Leonard, New York city,--; Philip Helfrick, Richmond, giving away liquor; H. L. Pelouze, Richmond, disloyalty; William R Read, King George,--. Committed on the 12th March.--Thos. Case, Richmond, treason; Francisco Dominick, Richmond, selling liquor; H. P. Derby, Richmond, treason; John Leonard, Richmond, selling liquor; Jos. Marshall, 4th Alabama regiment, for threatening the guard; J. R. Miller, Richmond, selling liquor; John McClelland, Richmond, selling liquor