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. Garrett, arrested with Robinson, is still in prison. From old Point. The steamer Adelaide, Capt. Cannon, arrived yesterday morning from Old Point Comfort, but brought no news of special interest. General Butler was withdrawing his troops from Newport News Point and posting them near Hampton. An early attack on the first named point was anticipated. The following letter will give the details of the news received: [Correspondence of the Associated Press.] Fortress Monroe, July 2, P. M. --The 3d Massachusetts regiment and the Naval Brigade occupy the deserted dwellings of Hampton — perhaps thirty inhabitants remain. Col. Wardlop's headquarters are at the house of Hon. Joseph Segar. The quaint old church which was occupied as a slaughter-house in the late war He now used as a guard-house.--Two companies are stationed in the yard, which is surrounded by a high wall. The tombstones date from the 17th century. Four companies of Col. Packard's regiment, just
ion of Federal telegraphic directors to the Northern press, should be read with a great deal of caution: The battle on the upper Potomac. Williamsport, Md., July 2. --A messenger from Hock's river, (on the other side of the Potomac,) has just arrived here, bringing news of a considerable battle at that point, between Gebest troops now in the service. Washington,July 3.--The following dispatch was received at 2.15 this morning by telegraph: Hock River, near Martinsburg, July 2. To Col. E D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant General: We left Williamsport at 6 o'clock A. M. today, for this place. We drove and routed the rebels, about 10,0 Rockets were frequently sent up by the Secession pickets during last night, but there are no present indications of an advance. Southern News. Louisville, July 2. --The Governor of Tennessee has stationed an agent at Mitchellville, on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, near the Northern Tennessee line, to prevent
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aintaining the temporal power of the Pope. He also said that Spain has given a pledge that whether St. Domingo be annexed or not, slavery shall not be introduced into that island. A meeting has been held in London for the benefit of the fugitive slave Anderson and his kinsmen in Canada. He explained the necessity of killing the man, his master, was to effect his escape, and the meeting fully endorsed the act. A monster meeting in behalf of Anderson was to be held in Exeter Hall the 2d of July. The rumor has been revived that the Czar will visit the Emperor Napoleon at Chalons Camp. It is reported that Minister Dayton has remonstrated against the assimilation of the position of the Southern States with Italy, in an article recent published in the Patric and Moniteur. The Southern Commissioners are still in Paris, but the French Government will hold no communication except with the Washington Government. The Paris Bourse closed steady. Rentee 67f 85 No o