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nt, it is believed, will be tendered to Secretary Welies From General Halleck's command. Pittsburg Landing, Tenn., May 1. --Gen. Halleck has telegraphed to Secretary Stanton that official information has been received of the defeat and r They have now a sufficiently strong naval force to make a show of resistance. The War in Arkansas. Forsyth, Mo., May 1. --On the 24th ult. the Federal cavalry from this place destroyed an extensive saltpetre manufacturing establishment in the mountains, have been captured by Gen. Curtle's command. General Wool and the Wooly Heads. Fortress Monroe, May 1. To Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War: I have just received a dispatch from Brig. Gen. Mansfield to the effectyou, this as it comes to me through an intelligent channel. Northern version of affairs in New Mexico. St. Louis, May 1. --Mr. Mitchell, a merchant of New Mexico, arrived in this city yesterday. He confirms the report of the abandonmen
Later from Europe. Halifax, May 1. --The steamer America has arrived with advices to the 20th ult. The War in America The London Times editorially expatiates on the importance of the struggle for New Orleans, and says that the occupation of that place by the Federals would be like a tourniquet tightened over the great artery of the Seceded States. The London Morning Herald has a sarcestic editorial on the protracted continuance of the American struggle. It sees no signs of exhaustion in the North or discouragement in the South, and believes that a speedy peace is hopeless. The editor further says that the Government at Washington should be permitted to have one more chance, and if it fail the Great Powers should promptly interfere on behalf of the general well being of mankind. That this has not been done before is owing to the generosity of England, as France was ready; but it is time England should cease to stand between her own people and the relief they need