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number of men, reached Baltimore shortly after midnight. There were about ninety-five men engaged on the Union side, consisting of Captain Corbett's and Lieutenant Churchman's companies. Captain Corbett had his horse shot, was wounded and taken prisoner. Lieutenant Churchman and Surgeon Shields were also captured. The Nationals had two killed, seven wounded, and thirty-eight missing. The names of the killed and wounded were as follows: killed, Daniel Welch and Wm. Vandegraft; wounded, Joseph Wilson, Samuel Bigler, James Newkirk, Frank Stewart, Dickinson Meredith, Theodore Jones, and Robert Machin. Of the rebels, two lieutenants and one private were killed, and fifteen wounded. The rebel dead were buried by the Union troops after Stuart left Westminster. Their wounded were left behind.--Baltimore American. General Shepley, Military Governor of Louisiana, issued an order calling upon the citizens of New Orleans for a brigade of volunteers to serve for sixty days in defence of
volunteers, Colonel Wentworth, passed through Boston, Mass., on their return from the seat of war.--the steamers Alice Dean, and J. S. McCombs, were captured by a party of rebels, at Brandenburgh, Kentucky.--Colonel William Birney opened an office in Baltimore, Md., for the recruiting of negro troops.--at Washington, the victories at Gettysburgh and Vicksburgh were celebrated with great enthusiasm. Speeches were made by President Lincoln, Secretaries Stanton and Seward, General Halleck, Senator Wilson of Massachusetts, and Representatives E. B. Washburne and Arnold, of Illinois. The expedition sent out from White House, Va., by General Dix, on the first instant, returned.--Colonel Roddy, with eleven companies of rebel cavalry, made an attack upon a corral for convalescent horses and mules, near Corinth, Tenn., and succeeded in carrying off over six hundred animals. The corral was guarded by one company of the Thirty-ninth Iowa, under Captain Loomis. The attack was made just at