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1. Third Assistant Engineer E. W. Manning, from the 6th of May, 1861. Third Assistant Engineer E. X. Wright, from the 6th of May, 1861. Gunner Charles B. Oliver, from the 21st of April, 1861. Adjutant and Major H. A. Tyler, Marine Corps, from the 6th of May, 1861. Captain George H. Terrett, Marine Corps, from the 6th of May, 1861. Captain A. S. Taylor, Marine Corps, from the 6th of May, 1861. Lieutenant J. E. Muire, Marine Corps, from the 6th of May, 1861. Lieutenant Israel Green, Marine Corps, from the 17th of May, 1861. The resignations of the following officers of the United States Navy have been accepted from the dates affixed to their names:-- Captain Wm. F. Lynch, from the 21st of April, 1861. Captain Isaac S. Sterrett, from the 23d of April, 1861. Captain Hugh N. Page (reserved list), from the 19th of April, 1861. Captain Harrison H. Cocke (reserved list), from the 23d of April, 1861. Commander Wm. Green (reserved list), from the 6t
The Cage. --The following parties were yesterday confined in the lock-up: Peter Reynolds, charged with stabbing and wounding John Jordon, at the house of Ann Thomas, in this city, from the effects of which he died. Edward and Rosa Fitzpatrick, charged with assaulting and threatening to cut with a knife the person of Laura Bolon. Webb, slave of Israel Green, charged with stealing a pair of shoes from P. K. White, valued at $100.
Confederate Victory in Louisiana Mobile, Nov. 19. --A special dispatch to the Advertiser and Register, dated Tangipahoa, 16th inst., says: A letter received from a member of Gen. Green's Staff announces the defeat of two Yankee columns in Louisiana. General Franklin's division encountered a portion of General Dick Taylor's army; under General Green, near Alexandria, on the 5th instant. After a stubborn fight the Yankees were routed with the loss of their stores and six hunwo Yankee columns in Louisiana. General Franklin's division encountered a portion of General Dick Taylor's army; under General Green, near Alexandria, on the 5th instant. After a stubborn fight the Yankees were routed with the loss of their stores and six hundred prisoners. General Weitzell's division is reported to have been routed by General Taylor near Opeloushec. The expedition is said to be abandoned. A portion of the troops have returned to Port Hudson and Baton Rouge.
Stolen shoes. --Webb, slave of Israel Green, was before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of stealing a pair of shoes valued at $100 from P. K. White. Mr. White, when called on, readily identified the shoes, and stated that his store was forcibly entered last Sunday morning week and robbed of $4,000 worth of similar work. This was the first pair of the lot that had been discovered, and he was exceedingly anxious to trace up the others. Webb was continued in custody for a day or two.