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well acquainted in previous years, have imbibed the spirit of their father. One of them whose bitter lot it was to see her loyal and beloved husband carried forcibly away and started a prisoner to Columbus, was a few weeks ago confronted by Gen. Rosecrans in person, who informed her that it was by his orders her husband had been arrested, and if she would make certain acknowledgements and make certain pledges, he would have him released and restored to her. The storm of woman's indignation was Peninsula could not more than remove them from here then. Mock not, deceive not yourselves, ye men of Richmond, ye deaf men of tide-water Virginia, ye officers of our associated. Government, with the delusive dream that Floyd's retreat means Rosecrans in winter quarters. The wet weather is gone. The mud that locked the wheels of our cannon on Cotton Hill and threw it into the hands of the enemy, has dried, and the road from Cotton Hill to Dublin Depot, was never finer. The gilded coaches
burg, collecting supplies. A cavalry force has been out in pursuit of them, but our horses are so worn and weary by other long forced marches that there is but little prospect of capturing these rebel bands. The last report from Gen. Price is that he passed through Spring field on route to Arkansas and it is pretty certain that he will not return this winter. Washington telegraphic items — the charges against Gen. Benham--the Georgetown Ferry, &c. Washington, Dec. 27. --Gen. Rosecrans arrived here to-day, and has flied his charges against Gen. Benham, They are several in number: First--That Gen. Benham permitted Floyd to escape when he had it in his power to have captured him. Second--that he disobeyed the instructions of his superior. Third--Conduct unbecoming an officer. A Court will be immediately convened. The gun boat Talsoca Capt. H. S. Bright, arrived here yesterday from Philadelphia, having passed the blockade without a shot being fire