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me intelligence, of which we give the following brief summary: A land movement will be speedily made against Mobile by the roads leading up the left side of the bay. In reply to a summons to surrender Fort Morgan, the following note, from General Page, is published: Headquarters, Fort Morgan, August 9, 1864. Rear Admiral D. G. Farragut, United States Navy; Major-General Gordon Granger, United States Army: Sirs: I am prepared to sacrifice life, and will only surrender when I have no means of defence. I do not understand that, while being communicated with under flag of truce, the Tennessee should be towed within range of my guns. Respectfully, &c., R. L. Page, Brigadier-General Commanding, Confederate States Army. It appears that Anderson, who surrendered Fort Gaines, first made his offer to capitulate to Major-General Granger, commanding the forces which had landed on Dauphin island. A Northern paper says: On Sunday evening General Granger
e of a second offence. Joseph Angle, charged with running drays and wagon on the street without conforming to the ordinance with respect to licensing and numbering the same, was fined five dollars. A fine of fifty dollars and confiscation was imposed upon Timothy McNamara, charged with buying a load of watermelons to sell again at advanced prices. The evidence proved that Tim resorted to the strategic plan of bargaining for the melons in the First Market and having them driven to his residence, on Main street, between Nineteenth and Twentieth, before settling for the same, in order to evade the law. Martha, slave of Mrs. Page, charged with using insolent and abusive language to a youth named George W. Murray, was discharged, the evidence being insufficient to convict her of the offence. Leopold Rose, charged with permitting a nuisance to exist on his premises, was allowed a limited time to abate the same before the requisitions of the ordinance will be enforced.