lunteers who have tendered their services to Gen. Wallace for the defence of Cincinnati, is James E. Murdoch, the actor, reader, and elocutionist, who arrived armed and equipped for the fray.
Both of Mr. Murdoch's sons are in the U. S.army.
McDowell's army corps (the third) has been united with Heintzelman's (the sixth), and the latter officer now commands the whole.
The Washington Republican says: "We learn that charges were preferred by Gen. Pope against Generals Fita John Porter, Franklin, and Griffin, and that these Generals have declared that they acted under the orders of Gen. McClellan; and we further learn that there will be no court-martial for the present, the whole matter having, at the request of Gen McClellan, been postponed."
Late arrivals from Helens report all quiet there, Rebel prisoners captured say that a large number of Taxes troops, fully armed and equipped have arrived at Little Rock, Ark., within the last few days.
It was reported