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say come along b'hoys — somebody will be hurt. You may look for hard old times soon at this place. Gen. Ruggles has been ordered to Mobile. Gen. A. H. Gladden, now a full Brigadier, will succeed him. He is the hero of the glorious old Palmatto Regiment. We congratulate ourselves with such a commander, and hope he may be as successful as he was in Mexico. More anon. Georgia Cub. N. B.--I have just learned that the coat sent over under a flag of truce to-day brings news that old Brown admits 300 killed. Threatened Raid in the Northern Neck of Virginia. The Fredericksburg Herald, of Friday evening last says: Inormation has been received which goes strongly to confirm the opinion that one of the recent outfitted squadroas at New York, was intended for the counties along the Rappahannock River, both sides up, as far as it might be deemed safe for the invaders to risk their carcases. This intelligence has of course produced a good deal of natural excitem
be permitted to pass without the same permission. Senator Bingham, of Michigan, is dead. [Second Dispatch.] Nashville, Oct. 20. --The Bowling Green correspondent of the Union and American says that Henderson, Ky., is now occupied by 1,600 Indianians, and 1,500 more are expected. The gun-boat Conestoga was at Henderson on the 12th inst. repairing. Her wheel- house was disabled at an engagement with Confederate batteries near Columbus. T. W. Powell and John Young Brown were at Hopkinsville a few days ago, having escaped from Lincoln's emissaries. The Louisville Courier learns that Thos. L. Crittenden arrived at Henderson on the 14th instant, took command of the Federal forces, and proclaimed martial law. Indianapolis, Oct. 13.--The Federal army at Paducah does not fear an attack and can not hear of any large Confederate force this side of Columbus. All the Seccessionists have fied from Paducah and locked up their houses. Brig. Gen.Wool will