lown into the river.
The mail train stopped on the Manchester side last evening, and passengers were carried to Richmond in carriages across Mayo's bridge.
The trains start from the same place this morning.
Fifty of the lofty old pines forming part of Howard's Grove were leveled to the ground.
In their fall they performed the of fice of auctioneer to from four to six of the houses lately tenanted by Col. Armistead's 57th Virginia regiment.
The extensive brick wall around Mrs. Catherine Wallace's residence, on Gamble's Hill, was blown down.
The brick wall of Dr. Beale's yard, on 9th street, was blown down, rendering the side-walk impassable.
The whole of Col. Bigger's garden fence, fronting on Broad street, was leveled to the ground.
The tin roof of Mr. John Purcell's residence, on Clay street, was blown off.
A scaffold erected around Trinity Church, on Broad, was blown down, narrowly missing two ladies who were passing at the time.
The tin roof of