s said to have become fully convinced of the pecuniary and military resources of the Government of the Confederate States.
In Clarksville, Tenn., on the 7th inst., Samuel Anderson was killed by Bailey Brown in a fight.
They were both volunteers.
Brown was arrested.
Augustus Fuller, a member of one of the Memphis companies, was drowned near that city last week.
Wm. C. McBeth, a Methodist preacher, fell overboard from a Mississippi steamer last Thursday and was drowned.
Martin Cox, a member of the Jackson Guards, was drowned at Randolph, Tenn., on the 9th inst., while bathing.
A large quantity of gunpowder, from New Orleans, arrived at Memphis on the 8th instant.
Rufus King, Minister to Rome, has been appointed Brigadier General of the Wisconsin forces.
Jos. Connor, who was detained at Annapolis on the charge of opening Government dispatches, has been released.
Lieut. J. Hogan Brown died on board the receiving ship Princeton, at Philadelphia, las