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rried her into New York. The Charleston and Savannah Railroad at Pocotaligo, S. C., was destroyed by the National troops under the command of Col. Christ. Pierre Soule was arrested at New Orleans, La., by order of Gen. Butler.--New Orleans Picayune, May 29. General Shepley, Military Commandant at New Orleans, ordered that prayers should not be offered up for the destruction of the Union or Constitution of the United States or for the success of the rebel armies. Lieutenant-Colonel Sickles, in command of four companies of the Ninth Illinois cavalry, had a skirmish with a party of rebels near Cache River bridge, Arkansas, totally defeating them. Captain Blakemore, with three companies of the same regiment, pursued a party of rebels, mortally wounding one and taking one prisoner. Captain Buel with his company, pursued another party, but they succeeded in making their escape.--Jacksonport Cavalier, Ark., June 9. Three strong columns advanced and reconnoitred with
name was Granville W. Kelly.--Baltimore American, June 18. Surgeon Hayes, One Hundred and Tenth regiment Pennsylvania volunteers, having been ordered to conduct to Washington a large detachment of sick and wounded men, and having shamefully neglected them after their arrival, the President directed that for this gross dereliction of duty he be dismissed the service, and he was accordingly dismissed.--General Order. This afternoon the rebels in front of the National pickets near Fair Oaks, Va., attempted to flank a portion of the Union forces during a violent thunder-storm, but were soon repulsed with some loss. Lieut. Palmer, Aid to Gen. Sickles, while giving orders to the commandant of the regiment attacked by the rebels, fell pierced with three balls. Four of the five men, who, while personating Union soldiers, entered and pillaged a house in New Orleans, La., of a large sum of money and other valuables, were this day hanged in that city. The fifth man was reprieved.