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e, are below Quantico. The Reliance was to have run the blockade last night. The Europa at Boston β€” special British and American messengers. Boston, Dec. 17. --The Europa arrived at 4 o'clock this afternoon. She encountered head winds the entire passage, and was 40 hours from Halifax to Boston. Within 30 mnessee 6's close at the same figure as on yesterday, but Canton declined ΒΌ. The market closed steady at both boards Battle on Green River, Ky. Louisville, Dec. 17 --Four companies of Col. Willick's German Indiana regiment were attacked this afternoon on the South side of Green River, opposite Munforesville, by Col. Tellsville up to the 16th. Rumored battle at New Orleans--Confederate gun boats and troops sent to New Orleans β€” anticipated battle in Kentucky. Cincinnati, Dec. 17. --Intelligence has been received from Columbus, Ky, to the effect that three Confederate gun-boats and four regiments of Infantry had been despatched from
reported from the Naval Committee to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to construct twenty iron-clad steam gunboats, at a cost of from five hundred thousand to six hundred thousand dollars each, which, after a brief debate, was laid over for further consideration, and the House adjourned. Skirmish between Gen. Blenker's division and the Confederates--capture of Threes Yankee soldiers β€” Shooting of Lieutenant Janeville. The Washington correspondent of the New York Herald, dated 17th December, communicates the following items: This afternoon the pickets of Gen. Blenker's division were driven in by the enemy. Blenker's gallant boys were soon on the march, and the rebel hirelings were driven back in dismay, many of the enemy being killed.--The news reached the city too late to-night to enter into details. Early this morning Captain Johnson, 8th Pennsylvania reserve, came to Gen. McCall's headquarters, having been on a scouting expedition all night with a cavalry comp