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An Arkansas Heroine. --The Pocahontas (Ark.) Advertiser, of the 31st ult. has the following: Miss Williams, the daughter of Isaac. Williams, living in Black River swamp, about seven miles from this place, heard the report of the approach of troops to this place on Sunday evening. Her father was not at home, but she immediately caught a horse and was soon off in search of him. She found him at a neighbor's and told him to hurry home and get his gun and come here and help drive back Williams, living in Black River swamp, about seven miles from this place, heard the report of the approach of troops to this place on Sunday evening. Her father was not at home, but she immediately caught a horse and was soon off in search of him. She found him at a neighbor's and told him to hurry home and get his gun and come here and help drive back the enemy. She then returned home, got down her father's rifle. moulded his lead all into bullets, took the gun, powder and bullets, and hid them under the house, and again got on the horse and rode to several houses and spread spread the alarm, returning home in time to give the old man his gun and ammunition, and started him, with a crowd of ten men whom she had collected, for the scene of action. All of this she did in less than two hours.
got into a state of insubordination last Saturday, and the guards fired upon them, killing one and wounding another. Two more were to have been court-martialed. The Charleston banks have had a meeting and responded favorably to all the propositions submitted by the late Bank Convention. The County Court of Dinwiddle, Va., on Monday last, appropriated $45,000 for war purposes, making the entire appropriation by the county $50,000. Mr. Vaughn, of Laurens, S. C., a member of Col. Williams' regiment, was accidentally killed by falling from the cars on the Charlotte Railroad a few days ago. There are in England 356 ragged day schools, with an attendance of 23,052 scholars, and 192 night schools, with an attendance of 20,909. Charles Dickens is much distressed with neuralgic pains in the face, and is obliged to leave London for the sea-side. A Northern paper says the wife and daughter of Colonel Magruder, commander of the Confederate forces at Great Bethel, ar