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rived April 1st, and changed her colors to the British, under the name of Thomas L. Wragg, and sailed again on the 6th, having taken on board the cargo of arms of the British steamship Southward, that arrived from England a few days previously. The steamer , front Charleston, arrived April 6, with eleven hundred bales of cotton. General Summart. The following is from the New York Herald of the 21st: The killed, wounded and missing in the first division, commanded by General John A. McClernand, at the battle of Pittsburg landing, according to the official report, numbered as follows: Officers.Privates. Killed21241 Wounded811,280 Missing81286 aggregate inss1,859 The editor of the Nashville Republican Bunner has been arrested and imprisoned by order of Andrew Johnson, Military Governor of Tennessee. The cause of the arrest is that the general tons of the paper is to the Government of the United States. In consequence of the arrest the Manner has been
hort" on options, and this, together with rumors to the effect that the indications were in favor of the Pennsylvania election going in favor of the Republicans, arrested the natural tendency of the market and gave it an upward turn; the inference drawn by the speculators being that, if Mr. Lincoln is re-elected, the old policy will be pursued and higher prices may be looked for. Miscellaneous. An exchange of prisoners in the Trans-Mississippi Department has been agreed upon. Hon. John M. Mott, formerly a member of Congress from New York, died on the 11th instant. General John A. McClernand has come out in a letter for McClellan, who, he is confident, will never stop the war till slavery is wiped out. The Philadelphia Bulletin of Monday announced that Benjamin F. Hancock, father of General Hancock, presided at a Republican meeting at Norristown on the 6th instant. A letter from Newbern, North Carolina, reports forty deaths a day there from yellow fever.
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