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The War News. There were some rumors in the city Saturday and yesterday about the enemy having commenced an advance up the Peninsula.--No such advance has been commenced though the force at Fortress Monroe is being reinforced, and some of the new troops have been thrown forward to Yorktown. There seems to be little doubt that a movement from that quarter will be a part of Grant's plan. Burnside's force it is thought will be sent there. Our army correspondent notices the fact that two corps from the western army have reached Meade.
y appointed, but in each instance the rain has interfered to prevent. The Signal corps report that the heavy firing heard yesterday was caused by a grand sham battle, which the enemy got up for the especial amusement and edification of Lieut. Gen. Grant. These amusements will doubtless prove more agreeable than real encounters with Lee's veterans. The roads had began somewhat to assume a hard, rough surface, when last night the rain began to descend, and the probabilities now are thans. The roads had began somewhat to assume a hard, rough surface, when last night the rain began to descend, and the probabilities now are that it will rain all day to-day. If so, Grant will again be set back. The report of the arrival from the west of the eleventh and twelfth corps seems to be fully confirmed. It is said they came by the Northern central Railroad, through Pennsylvania, in order that our scouts along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad might not be informed of it. X.
ifornia to take charge of that department. Buckingham (Rep.) has been elected Governor of Connecticut by about 10,000 majority. John James Appleton, of Mass., formerly U. S. charge to Madrid, died lately in Rennes, France. Lieutenant-General Grant has returned to Washington from Fortress Monroe. J. Wilkes Booth is playing a star engagement at the St. charles Theatre, New Orleans. The New York State canals are to be opened on the 30th of April. Rev. Dr. Bellows, of New York, founder of "Every body's church," has sailed for California. Butler had a review of his negro troops at Newport News last week for the benefit of Gen. Grant. Gold was quoted in New York Monday, the 4th, as closing at 167⅜. It opened at 166. Still later. Baltimore papers of the 7th instant have been received. Gold, in New York, had advanced to 171, which is within $1 of the highest premium attained in February, 1863. The advance in Baltimore on the 6th was 2½! we subjoi
risoners entered Chattanooga after a month's march. Dispatches from Memphis report that McCullough is en route to reinforce Forrest. congress has organized the Territory of Moritana, and incorporated the amendment allowing negroes to vote. Grant left Washington Tuesday for the Army of the Potomac. General Sherman, from Cumberland, who is to command the cavalry of the Army of the Potomac, accompanied Grant. Advices from St. Louis report the continued success of the Red River expediti Grant left Washington Tuesday for the Army of the Potomac. General Sherman, from Cumberland, who is to command the cavalry of the Army of the Potomac, accompanied Grant. Advices from St. Louis report the continued success of the Red River expedition. Seventeen guns were captured. Shreveport was expected to fall without opposition. Buford, nephew of the Yankee Gen. Buford, entered our lines Friday last, bringing with him five horses. He is now at Gen. Wickham's headquarters.