Baltimore yesterday consequent upon these facts.
The intelligence of this invasion is scattered and unsatisfactory, but it is sufficient to cause much uneasiness at the national capital.
Gen. Wright is assigned to the command of the 6th and 9th corps. Gen. Ricketts has command of the 6th corps.
The report of Gen. Averill's death is not confirmed.
Col. Ety, of the 18th Connecticut, and Col. Thorburn, of the 1st Virginia (U. S.) infantry, were killed.
Nothing of importance from Atlanta was officially promulgated in Washington yesterday.
There is no news from Grant's army.
The Democratic Union Association inaugurated the Presidential campaign last evening, by holding a public meeting at their hall.
Hon Mr Singleton, of Illinois, was the principal speaker, who delivered an address strongly in favor of a speedy peace.
Hon James Brooks made a few remarks, after which the meeting adjourned.
The closing quotation of gold in New York on the 26th was 258.