d upwards of one hundred head of cattle.
The cavalry have gone in pursuit.
Averill has arrived. B F Kelley, Brig. Gen.
The affair at Rogersville — Richardson in Tennessee.
The Baltimore American, of the 13th, referring to the Federal disaster at Rogersville, Tennessee, says:
It was reported a few days since spirits, subject to the orders of Gen. Grant, who is well satisfied with its situation.
Dispatches from Memphis of the 8th report that the rebel General, Richardson, is committing very serious depredations in the Southwest.
He cut up the Memphis Railroad a mile east of Salisbury, and the previous day cut the telegraph wireght at Rappahannock Station seems to have been considered by the Yankees as a regular battle.
Meade has issued a congratulatory order upon the event.
Ferdinand Richardson, for many years Clerk of the late U. S. District Court in Eastern Virginia, has been confined in the Old Capitol at Washington as a hostage.