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re than the usual quantity of land is in glass, and every tree and plant that blossom is more beautiful than I ever saw it before, day by day I feel more and more that it is a land to love, to fight and to die fort. And this beauty might be balm, in our torn and distressed condition, but it is not — no, it is not so, because, ever uppermost is the thought that we are at the mercy of the foe — and such a foe! It is true that they have behaved far better that we had expected, in and about Warrenton; but that we have so , is no guarantee for the future, and no proof that they have not elsewhere most shamefully, of which I could give you of instances, had the spice or taste for such details. I do trust that what we have beard is true, and that Capt. John Scott will soon be here, with a large guerrilla force, which would keep them in check, and the servants, too, who need it quite as much, Oh'! if you could Yankees when they come into town, been in on their horses to tailgate the
p to half- past 11 o'clock last evening. Gen. Halleck's Headquarters, May 27. --The Savannah News, of the 17th says: "Two Yankee steamers opened a fire of shot and shell on Darlon, on Friday, without doing any damage." The Mobile Register, of the 22d, says: "All is quiet at Fort Morgan." It publishes the correspondence attending the demand for the surrender of Vicksburg. The Vicksburg Citizen, of the 20th, says:-- "Some of the Federate have landed at Warrenton, and a few slight skirmishes have taken place." Governor Shorter, of Alabama, calls out all the male population not subject to the conscription act, for the State guard. Cincinnati, May 28.--A special dispatch to the Gazette from Indianapolis, says that an officer who left Corinth on Monday morning, reports that the army moved to within three-quarters of a mile of the enemy's fortifications on Sunday night, and are entrenching. General Halleck says that his position will no