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ne-half. Whatsoever the force may be, it will be overcome. From Washington. Washington, April 9. --A special correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer returned this evening from the Rap national character and compel the respect of the people and rulers of Europe. Washington, April 9.-- The Secretary of War has submitted to Congress a communication on the Northern coast defenceso the United States Government. Island no ten. --Commodore Footh's Dispatch. Washington, April 9. --The following was received at the Navy Department this morning: Flag-Ship Bentoynton. A. H. Foote, Flag-Officer, Congratulations of the Navy Department. Washington, April 9. --The following congratulatory letter was sent to-day to Flag-Officer Foote, by telegraphSigned]Gidson Welles. Secretary of the Navy. The Canal across the Peninsula. St. Louis, April 9. --General Pope's official report says: "The canal cut across the peninsula at New M
Shot Off — A Terrible Retribution Has Befallen the Rebels," &c, &c, &c,. Pittsburg Landing April 9 3:20 P M--One of the greatest and bloodiest battles of modern days has just closed, resulting inumber of other prominent rebel officers. Reception of the news in Congress. Washington April 9 --The synopsis of the report of the Tennessee battle was read both in the Senate and Housead, and this was received enthusiastically by the House. Still Another account. Chicago April 9 --The Times account of the battle at Pittsburg Landing, on Sunday and Monday, says that thousand of our cavalry. At last accounts the latter were some miles beyond Corinth. Cairo,April 9--An officer who left Pittsburg Landing on Monday evening reports that our forces occupy Corinth Beauregard's arm had been shot off. [A veracious officer.] Another specimen. St. Louis, April 9 --General Halleck, with a portion of his staff, left for the Tennessee river this afterno