e Virginians, the steamer being kept at that port, together with her captain and crew.--Baltimore American, July 2.
An elaborate article respecting the constitutional power of the President of the United States to suspend the writ of habeas corpus, was published.
It was prepared by Reverdy Johnson, of Maryland, in response to the opinion of Chief Justice Taney, of the Supreme Court of the United States.--(Doc. 58.)
The Fifteenth Regiment N. Y. S. V., under the command of Colonel John McLeod Murphy, left Willet's Point, N. Y., for Washington.
Two regiments, one of Alabamians and the other of Mississippians, reached Harper's Ferry, Va., this morning, and destroyed the balance of the trestle work of the railroad bridge.
They then went over to the Maryland shore, seizing all the boats they could lay their hands on, either breaking them up or taking them over the river.
All the Union men of Harper's Ferry were driven out by them.--N. Y. Herald, June 30.
A skirmish took