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Xliv. November, 1864 Proclamation for a day of public worship. Gov. Allen, of Louisiana. letter from Gen. Beauregard. departure for Europe. Congress assembles. quarrel between Gens. Kemper and Preston. Gen. Forrest doing wonders. Tennessee. Gen. Johnston on his Georgia campaign. John Mitchel and Senator Foote. progress of Sherman. from Gov. Brown, of Georgia. capture of Gen. Pryor. November 1 Bright and frosty morning. All quiet. No confirmation of Early's defe
pon his own State!
We learn that gold is rising rapidly in the North, which may be significant of President Lincoln's re-election next week.
We get no news from our armies except through the Northern papers — not reliable just now.
Gov. Allen, of Louisiana, writes a furious letter to the Secretary of War, who ordered the disbandment of the State Battalion.
He says the order is a personal offense to him and an insult to his State (he is a native Virginian), and he will resent it and