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l was quiet on the lines of the Potomac yesterday. Important from Missouri. Washington, Sept. 23. --Dispatches received at the War Department to-night confirm the surrender of Lexington,t of water. The greatest activity prevails here in military circles. Jefferson City, Sept. 23.--A special dispatch to the St. Louis Democrat says: A dispatch was received here this eveow to take command and lead them on. Other troops will go forward immediately. St. Louis, Sept. 23.--All the officers of Gen. Fremont's staff have been ordered to-day to report themselves at hea attack Booneville, and then Jefferson City. Col. Mulligan released on parole. Chicago, Sept. 23. --A special dispatch from Quincy, to the Journal, says that Col. Mulligan has been releahe rebels. Arrival of Colonel Mulligan's soldiers at Quince. Illinois. Quincy, (Ill.,) Sept. 23. --A part of Colonel Mulligan's command arrived here this evening. The balance, amountin
Death of a Pioneer. --Capt. Jesse Hart died at his residence, in West Baton Rouge, 23d September. Capt. Hart was one of the pioneers in the Western steamboat trade, and was greatly respected by a large number of our citizens. He was, we believe, a native of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, but died, as he had lived, a true and ardent Southern gentleman.