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y had sabres or bayonets. They left many of their guns here, and took United States guns with them. They had two pieces of artillery here--two small howitzers. The same paper, of the 21st inst., says: Early on Sunday morning Gen. Green Clay Smith, with a cavalry force much inferior to Morgan's, attacked the latter near Paris, defeated him, put him to flight, and, at the last accounts, was pursuing him, aided in the pursuit by Col. Leonidas Metcalfe and Col. Maxwell. We have stronows: "Henry J. Biddle, Assistant Adjutant-General, McCall's division, U. S. A., is wounded and a prisoner, now at Chimborazo Hospital, No. 3; he wishes to be reported to our authorities, and to be parceled, if allowable. (Signed) "E. H. Smith, Surgeon." "Chimborazo Hospital, Division No. 3, Ward F, July 8, 1862.--Captain Biddle desires me to say that he is wounded twice by bullets, (in shoulder,) across the back and through the left arm, besides two scratches on thigh. "N. B
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The name of Jeff. Davis has been erased from the each of the Washington and Potomac Aqueduct, by order of Secretary Smith.