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nsive saltpetre manufacturing establishment near Yellville, Arkansas, and burned the buildings. Lieutenant Kickok, of the 4th Iowa Cavalry, was killed in a skirmish with the rebels. A large quantity of supplies, hid for rebel use, with deserters and jayhawkers, hiding 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 effect that five negroes have arrived from Portsmouth. The contrabands report that Fort Macon was taken on Friday last. Eighteen rebels were killed and twenty-seven wounded. General Beauregard had evacuated Corinth and fallen back to Memphis. It is reported that Commodore Tatuall and the principal officers of the Merrimac have resigned. The Merrimac lies off the Marine Hospital, at Craney Island, fast to the buoy. She now mounts twelve guns. There are no o