rge and well armed special police force, and that I am determined, at all hazards, to maintain the laws and keep the peace of the city.
There is no occasion for alarm.
The difficulty in the Thirteenth Ward last night is greatly magnified. "George Hatch, Mayor."
Several disturbances occurred yesterday on the wharf, which were entirely unprovoked, and shows very forcibly the malignity of the spirit which has animated the perpetrators of the disgraceful series of outrages.
A negro ma Waste.
The Northern papers contain advices from Pope's army to the 18th.
The ladies of Warrenton.
Va. it is stated, treat the Yankees with "dignified politeness." It was the impression that Jackson was in Staunton preparing for a "raid." Gen. Hatch's command was at Rapidan station, 74 miles from Washington.
The following are the orders recently issued by Gen. Pope:
General order, no. 5.Headq'rs army of Virginia,Washington, July 18, 1862.
Hereafter, as far as practicable, the troo