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til he was shot and our men fought for his body. He will recover, though he has a serious flesh wound in the neck. The occupation of Memphis. Washington, June 10. --The following dispatches from Col. Rilett were received this morning at the War Department. U. S. Ram Switzerland, Opposite Memphis, June 7, P. M.y the people of standing in the place. Evidences reach me of an extensive Union sentiment at Memphis. (Signed,) Chas. Ellet, Jr. Opposite Memphis, June 10. To Hon. R. M. Stanton:--Sir ----There are several facts touching the Naval engagement of the 6th, at this place, which I wish to place on record. Appre done there, political as well as military. The departure of Lord Lyons. The following paragraph from the New York Herald's Washington correspondence, June 10th, is all that we find in the Northern papers relative to the departure of Lord Lyons for England. If it be true that he has gone at all, we do not believe the N
Ranaway. --Left Charlotte county, June 10th, two boys, Isaac and Henry; one about 18 years, the other 14. Isaac is low and compact; open countenance; shows his teeth very much in talking teeth broad and white. Henry ginger-bread color; spare; well grown in height; won over one eyebrow supposed to be making his way to Hanover. A liberal reward will be paid for their apprehension. Apply to Barksdale & Bro., Richmond, Va. je 17--15t Wm. Gaines.