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the supply of Clothing to the troops, &C. Washington, Oct. 14. --It has been reliably ascertained that the Confedes of a movement of Gen. Banks's division. Washington, Oct. 14. --The rebels, on Saturday, advanced to Pohick ChurcCommissioners to the London World's Fair. Washington, Oct. 14. --The Commissioners appointed to the World's Fair aed here to-day. Officers Reinstated. Washington, Oct. 14. --The War Department has ordered Gen. Sherman, commhington items — all quiet on the Potomac. Washington, Oct. 14. --There is nothing new from the lower Potomac to-daat Carondelet was launched yesterday. Syracuse, Mo., Oct. 14.--A deserter from Price's army reports great dissatisfacti creek. The case of Col. Rankin. Toronto, C. W., Oct. 14. --In the case of Col. Rankin, arrested here some da Below will be found Philadelphia intelligence to the 14th October: The main connection of the Pennsylvania Central ra
sed, temporarily, for the want of patronage. The closing of the institution is regarded by the Intelligencer as a severe blow to the town of Oxford and county of Lafayette, as through it from $150,000 to $200,000 were annually expended in the neighborhood. The battle of the passes-- the Un account. The New Orleans Dilta is indebted to the courtesy of Gen. Twiggs for the following telegraphic dispatches received from Col. Dunn, commanding at Fort Jackson: Fort Jackson, Oct. 14, 3 P. M. To Major General Twiggs About 10 o'clock Saturday morning, while the fight was progressing in the Southwest Pass, Dr. Bradbury was arrested in a small boat about a mile below the head of the passes by the U. S. steamer McClelland, Captain Gray, formerly of the Star of the West, commanding. After taking him prisoner, the steamer put about and went out of Pass a l'outre, and around to the Southwest Pass, immediately going alongside of the Richmond. The following information is t