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. By the time we go to press to-day it will have been finished, and an Union force so posted upon it that no more of the enemy's scouts will venture upon it. Its occupation by Gen. McClellan, as explained above, is equivalent to a forward movement of his advance of perhaps two miles. At one time yesterday forenoon Gens. McClellan, Barry, Stoneman, Fitz. John Porter, Butterfield, and Morell--six general officers--were together on that hill. From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, Oct. 15. --Twelve of the New York Zouave regiment were yesterday taken by the rebels a short distance above Newport News. Lieut. Geller, who was in command of the party in quest of fuel, is under arrest for cowardly behavior. The frigate Susquehanna will sail for the blockade off Savannah on Tuesday. Army movements — the supply of Clothing to the troops, &C. Washington, Oct. 14. --It has been reliably ascertained that the Confederate force which made its appearance west of
ng, burglarious instincts of a New York cruise, where the main chance of pillage is kept in view, with as little possible risk of life, they think, as any engagement of the day opens up. The country lying below has expended vast sums of money for guano in times past, but with a regiment or two of sharp-shooters they may obviate any such necessary outlay for the next generation! Their courage failed them. A correspondent of the Petersburg Express, writing from Pig's Point, October 15, says: On yesterday another Yankee boat came out from the Fort, and made way toward our battery, as if she intended to give us a dare. She came, however, in the same undertermined manner in which the other did — sometimes under slow headway, and then at a stand still. She came, I suppose, within three or two-and-a-half miles of our battery.--Lieut. Carter then called for a crew to man a certain big, ugly gun, that holds no very conspicuous position on the bank of the river James.
important from Mexico — letter from President Lincoln--arrest of Mrs Jackson, &c. New York. Oct. 15. --The Herald's Washington dispatch, of yesterday; says that intelligence has been received from Minister Corwin, which is regarded as highly important at this time. Mexico is compelled to have money to pay the interest on her English debt, and thus release her from her present embarrassment. The Herald's dispatch further states that Lincoln's Government is determined to stand by Mexico at all hazards, and will protect her against any encroachments from foreign powers. President Lincoln had addressed a letter to England, France, and Spain, that those powers might know what his intentions are, but no response from those powers have been received. The Tribune's dispatch says that eight regiments and two batteries from Ohio have been on their way to Kentucky the last ten days. The mother of Jackson, who killed Ellsworth, was arrested on the 13th