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ess by the death of Mr. Tiles, we respecfully request that you will announce yourself a condidate. Very truly, yours, Wm. H. Macon, New Kent, Michael Gretter, Lewis Webb, Theo. Robertson, Orange Bewnet, George W. Smith, Peyton Johnston, Geo. W. Gilliam, P. K. Whith, C. J. Sinton, Ed. S. Forneyhough, Wm. H. Bocook, Jas. P. Heath, Wm. K. Watts, Wm. Gray, John W. Wright, A. A. Farlet, Wm. H. Roberts, of Richmond Howitzers, P. A. Hazall, I. H. Walse, Wm. Smith. miles Turpin, Milms C. Hggleston, Elijah Baker, Wm. L. Mc Inn, H. T. Pate, D. M. Robertson, Jas. A. Scott, Jas. Walsh, Samuel C. Donnan, For themselves and others. Richmond, January 28, 1862. Gentlemen: Sincerely grateful for the call which you, and many others of my fellow-citizens, have made upon me, I do not hesitate to annouce myself a candidate to represent our District in Congress. My duties in Congress will not permit me to go through the District a
llowing news from Alexandria: A new Union paper, started at Alexandria, says the Methodist Episcopal Church South is now occupied by the military forces of the United States. The basement of the church will be used as barracks, but it is said there will be no interference with the upper part of the edifice. A portion of the Illinois cavalry are now in quarters at the lower end of Wolfe street, occupying a portion of the old brewery, and stabling their horses in the wharf sheds of Smith & Perkins's locomotive establishment. Other houses in that vicinity have been taken for the same purpose, as has the machine shop and foundry of Mr Thomas Jamieson, corner of Royal and Wilkes streets. The fuel market is still quiet, the supply and demand being about equal Coal — Anthracite; $9 per ton; Cumberland, (lump,) $7.60; run of mine, $6.60. Wood — Oak and pine, $7 per cord; maple, &c., mixed, not seasoned, $5.50. Maryland Senate. In this legislative body, on the 27th
ll was also directed to follow with all speed.--many of the broken troops, fragments of companies and individual stragglers, were re-formed and brought into action with the aid of my staff and a portion of General Beauregard's. Colonel (Governor) Smith, with his battalion, and Colonel Hampton, with his regiment, were ordered up to reinforce the right. I have since learned that General Beauregard had previously ordered them into the battle. They belonged to his corps. Colonel Smith's cheerfulColonel Smith's cheerful courage had a fine influence, not only on the spirit of his own men, but upon the stragglers from the troops engaged. The largest body of these, equal to about four companies, having no competent field officer, I placed under command of one of my staff, Col. F. J. Thomas, who fell while gallantly leading it against the enemy. These reinforcements were all sent to the right to re-establish more perfectly that part of our line. Having attended to these pressing duties, at the immediate scene