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Latest Northern news. Northern advices of the 15th are received. We give below a summary of the news: A correspondent with Burnside's army telegraphs that, on Wednesday, the Federal front was fifteen miles beyond the Rappahannock, South of Warrenton. It was thought the Confederates were evacuating Culpeper Court House, and Jackson was said to be near Chester Gap with forty thousand men. A dispatch to the Washington Star intimates that the army may be moving again in twenty-four hours. The Confederates were reported to have abandoned the line of the Potomac near Harper's Ferry. Grant's forces are reported to have occupied Holly Springs on the 13th. The usual dispatches appear about skirmishing in the West, and the capture of large parties of guerrillas, which of course must be read with due allowance. The particulars of the late attack on Nashville are given. The Gazette says it appears that the Confederates made a dashing charge on the city, but fa
Proceedings in the Courts. Mayer's Court, Monday, Nov. 17th. --The case against Wash. Jordan, Wm. Jackson, Robert Carter, and Dick Carey, negroes, found in a room over No. 90, Main street, supposed to be used for gaming purposes, was partly heard, and all of the men save Dick Carey, who could not find a surety, turned loose on bail to appear on Tuesday. Daniel Gorman, charged with stealing $74 in C. S. notes from Wm. McFieldy, was called, but the witness not making his appearance, the prisoner was put in jail until the 20th, and the police officers instructed to hunt up McFieldy. The parties, male and female, arrested at the bawdy house of Ann E. Thomas, Cary street, Saturday night, for being of evil name, &c., were sent to jail until Tuesday, the Mayor having determined to hold them as accessories to the murder of Capt. J. O. Withmell, and bail in such a case not being allowed. Patrick Haley was arraigned, charged with aiding and abetting another man in robbi