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Price has been raised, and will be sent North immediately for repairs. Jail delivery at Leesburg — citizens arrested. Washington, June 15, --The Secretary of War having received complaints that the jail of Loudoun county, Virginia, was being used for the detention of the slaves of rebels, and that the rebels of that county were actively coopering with the authorities of the rebel States, the matter was referred to Gen. Wadsworth, as commander of the department. Col. Swain, of Scott's cavalry, was ordered, with a detachment of his command to go to Leesburg. After a week's absence the command returned last. evening. Col. Swain had a general Jail delivery of the negroes confined on rebel are about, straightened up things generally, and brought Justice Asa Rogers and Rev. E. H. Nourse as prisoners, they refusing to take the oath of allegiance, and being proved to be active in the rebel cause, the reverend gentleman acting as a kind of rebel post-boy. Nourse is charged w
Movements of the enemy in Tennessee. Augusta, June 19. --A special dispatch from Chattanooga, dated 18th instant, says: "The enemy are reported to be marching back from Pikesville towards McMinnville. They are attempting to build a bridge over the mouth of Battle creek, to enable them to cross from Stephenson to Jasper by a direct route." Information from Buell's army represents that it is marching East. Scott's Louisiana cavalry reports his advance at Tuscumbia. It is reported that great dissatisfaction exists among the enemy's troops, and that they seek every opportunity to be made prisoners.