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not remain in a command under him. The command in Missouri. It is not proposed, at present, to interfere with Gen. Hunter's command in Missouri, Gen. Hallock remains, therefore, without any leading command at present. Thurlow Weed's viop the war, but to avoid being summoned to testify before the Congressional Committee in regard to army contracts. Dr. Hunter's wife. To-day, Mrs. Hunter, the wife of Mr. Hunter, of Fairfax county, who was arrested two days since on suspicioMrs. Hunter, the wife of Mr. Hunter, of Fairfax county, who was arrested two days since on suspicion of furnishing information to the rebels, came to our lines, accompanied by a young girl, and asked to be conducted to headquarters. She was taken to Gen. Hancock's headquarters, and was conveyed thence to Gen. McCall, who gave her a poss to the cMr. Hunter, of Fairfax county, who was arrested two days since on suspicion of furnishing information to the rebels, came to our lines, accompanied by a young girl, and asked to be conducted to headquarters. She was taken to Gen. Hancock's headquarters, and was conveyed thence to Gen. McCall, who gave her a poss to the city, to the Provost Marshal. She was provided with accommodations at a private house, and this morning will be permitted to visit her husband at the Thirteenth street prison. She expresses her determination to remain with her husband, and sha
00 rebels, under Upton Hays, and after a desperate struggle the rebels retreated, seeking shelter in the woods, from which they were again routed. Col. Anthony then fell back about six miles to await reinforcements, which will speedily be forwarded. It is said there are upwards of 1,000 armed rebels in this county. This is supposed to be the same band of rebels that captured a part of Col. Shielda's company of Fremont Hussars, near Little Santa Fe. St. Louis, Nov. 12.--Gen. Hunter has issued an order to commanders of troops to avoid extensive movements which offer battle or divide and prolong our lines, until further concert of action be arranged. Henry W. Clements, chief clerk in the Quartermaster's office under Gen. McKinistry, has been arrested and sent to Jefferson barracks to await the investigation into Gen. McKinistry's administration of affairs. From Washington — official Notification relative to passes — prospect of an Exchange of prisoners, &c.
had escaped into Gen. Lane's and other camps, and Gen. Hunter had given owners permission to search our camps a special dispatch to the St. Louis Democrat; Gen. Hunter has not yet put into effect any decided measures sed to be still in the vicinity of Casville. Gen. Hunter has little faith at present in their having desigo strengthened by the high opinion entertained of Gen. Hunter by all the old regular army officers. Gen. HGen. Hunter's position on the "contraband" question is understood to be as follows: All negroes coming into camrcus J. Parrott, of Kansas, has been appointed on Gen. Hunter's staff. Springfield, Nov. 6. --According to information received by Gen. Hunter, it is now said that Gen. Price has no intention of attacking ushas been appointed commander of this post. General Hunter spent a part of yesterday in visiting the campslry. Brigadier General Sturgis has been appointed chief of the Staff and of Cavalry on Hunter's Staff.
Capt. Hunter, of the steamer Curlew, having stated that he was fired to by the battery at Fort Lane, on the is of North Carolina, on the night of the 7th instant and that the ball passed near his person Lieut. T. D. Jones, commanding Fort Lane, comes out in a in the Newborn (N. C.) Progress, denying the statement.