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eer Sumter. Foreign files received at New York, by the Edinburg, furnish the following with regard to the privateer Sumter: The British brig Spartan, Capt. McCulloch, arrived at St. Thomas on the 11th inst., from Rio Janeiro. Capt. McCulloch reported, that on the 5th inst. he fell in with the Sumter, and that her 1st LieutCapt. McCulloch reported, that on the 5th inst. he fell in with the Sumter, and that her 1st Lieutenant visited him for the purpose of obtaining whatever information the Captain might possess regarding American affairs. Captain McCulloch states that the Lieutenant behaved in the most courteous manner, and, while anxious to gather all the information he could, showed every disposition to be most reserved in all things related tCaptain McCulloch states that the Lieutenant behaved in the most courteous manner, and, while anxious to gather all the information he could, showed every disposition to be most reserved in all things related to the movements of his own vessel. A vessel from St. Georges, whence it brought news to October 9th, states that the Iroquois, in search of the privateer Sumter, had called at St. George's, and, after coaling and watering, sailed for Trinidad. The fight at Guyandotte, Va. In the recent raid on Guyandotte, Major Whale
In a rencontre at Helena, Ark., on the 6th inst., between Dr. James R. Reinhardt and Robert H. Jackson, both of Big Creek township, the latter was killed by a pistol shot. The Shield says the case was one of justifiable or excusable homicide. The steamer Lelia, Capt. Desmukes, was taken possession of by the authorities at Napoleon on the 4th. It was ascertained that she is owned at the North. On the 8th a train of one hundred Government wagons passed through Little Rock, loaded with stores for McCulloch's command. The Pine Bluff News learns that Col. Cleburne, of the 6th Arkansas regiment, has been appointed Brigadier Generation the Confederate service.