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ed States Senate. Battle of Union Church, near Harrisonburg, Va. —14. A severe battle on James Island, S. C.—17. Battle between Union gunboats and Confederate batteries at St. Charles, on the White River, Ark., the batteries being carried.—18. Confederate works at Cumberland Gap, Tenn., occupied by National troops.—19. An act confiscating the slaves of Confederates passed the United States House of Representatives.—20. Commodore Porter arrived before Vicksburg with ten mortar-boats. Free territory act signed by President Lincoln.—26. High Court of Impeachment ordered Judge Humphreys to be removed from office and disqualified. Confederates destroy their gunboats on the Yazoo River. —27. Vicksburg bombarded.—28. The governors of eighteen loyal States petition the President of the United States to call out additional troops.— 30. Battle of Charles City Cross-roads.— July 1. Defeat of Confederates at Booneville, Mo. Brunswick, Ga., established as a port of entry. Ski