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Ranaway. --From the farm of the subscriber a Negro man, named Austin, about five feet ten inches high, a black, full-lipped fellow; he is probably lurking about the camps. The usual reward given and expenses paid. Edw'd M'Connell, oc 19--5t* At Mitchell & Tyler'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 for keeping a dezvous for Federal spies, near Prospect Hill. The Federal Government are erecting permanent barracks at Washington for sixty thousand troops. It is reported that General Mitchell will be put in command of the expedition to drive the rebels out of the Cumberland Gap, and thence carry the war into Tennessee. Henry May was released from Fort Lafayette to attend the funeral of his brother, Comodore May.