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of the fugitives; and if the law says that they must be given up, the money must be given up too. Miscellaneous. The Legislatures of New York, Massachusetts, Maryland and "West Virginia" have ratified the "constitutional amendment" abolishing slavery. Fifty-three Confederate officers, captured by Sherman, including General G. P. Harrison, have arrived at Washington. A lot of one hundred and ten prisoners, all said to be "Mosby's men," captured in recent attacks on the Yankee lines in the Shenandoah Valley, have arrived in Washington. The fire in Savannah is now laid at the door of some of Wheeler's cavalry, who, it is said, had threatened to "burn the Yankees out of Savannah." Mahone's division has been sent to Georgia, according to Yankee accounts. [They found out differently, Monday, at Hatcher's run.] The "guerrillas" pitched into Midway, Kentucky, on the 2d, and, as it was a cold evening, burnt the depot and other buildings to warm themselves.
o the Southside railroad. Up to the latest advices, he had succeeded in intrenching himself on Hatcher's run, and held that position Monday night. This is an acquisition of ground. Whether its possginia, February 6, 1865. "General S. Cooper: The enemy moved in strong force yesterday to Hatcher's run. Part of his infantry, with Gregg's cavalry, crossed and proceeded in the Vaughan road — he afternoon, parts of Hill's and Gordon's troops demonstrated against the enemy on the left of Hatcher's run, near Armstrong's mill. Finding entrenched, they were withdrawn after dark.--During thempelled to retire. Mahone's division arriving, the enemy was driven rapidly to his defences on Hatcher's run. "Our loss is reported to be small; that of the enemy not supposed great. R. E. Le evening rain report that the fighting had been known yesterday morning in the neighborhood of Hatcher's run, and was still going on when the train left, at 2 o'clock P. M. As yet, we have no offici