ida has issued a proclamation forbidding the enlistment of citizens of that State to serve in other portions of the Confederacy.
He orders, therefore, that all military officers in commission from the State of Florida shall interfere, by arresting and sending out of the State, any person found recruiting or enticing the citizens of Florida to enter into the service of any other State.--Memphis Appeal, Nov. 16.
The pickets of Gen. Kelley's brigade were advanced to-day five miles from Romney, Va., on the Winchester road, and were fired into, losing two killed and several wounded.
Detachments sent in pursuit of the rebels, captured about twelve prisoners.--Cincinnati Times, Dec. 3.
The Richmond (Va.) Examiner, of this day, has the following: With pride and pleasure we record the gratitude of the Southern people, in announcing that no less than thirty thousand dollars, made up by the free — will offerings of men, women, and children, now stand to the credit of the widow and ch