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ered to leave in 24 hours. She sought permission to remain and repair her damages she being reported leaky. The authorities referred her Captain to the Ministers; but it is said that the Captain declined to make any application in that quarter. She was allowed to remain, while one of her officers went to London; but she was ordered to leave on his return, without repairs and without coal. Great Britain. The English journals have very little to say on American affairs. The London Times sarcastically refers Gen. McClellan to his strictures on the allies on the conduct of the war in the Crimes, and asks how his own proceedings will stand the test of these strictures. It treats the affair at Culpeper Court-House as a most signal discomfiture for Gen. Pope. The London Morning Herald denounces the continued violations of the laws of nations by the United States Navy, and complains of Earl Russell's apathy. The Bishop of Kilmore is the new Primate of Ireland.
ed Saturday morning says: Great preparations are making there to receive the rebels should they advance. Smith's army was twelve miles north of Cynthia, Ky., Friday, at . There was great excitement in Baltimore, fearing the approach of the rebels; but a personal reconnaissance Friday, by Gen. Wool and staff, as far as the Point of Rocks, showed up signs of the rebels on Maryland soil. The excitement at Frederick, Friday, was intense on account of the false rumors. The Union men all stampeded to Pennsylvania. The Provost Marshall burned the Government stock. McClellan has all the fords on the Potomac, from Washington to Point of Rocks, heavily guarded. Lexington, Ky., was entered by the Confederates on the 2d. The extra session of the Legislature was convened at Louisville. Frankfort is abandoned. All the archives, &c., were removed to Louisville. Bolivar, Tenn., was invested by Gen. Price on the 1st. He will have the co-operation of Villepluge.
tles at 1,000 killed, 6,000 wounded, and 2,000 prisoners. McClellan, Pope, and Sumner were all in Washington on the 5th. Threost cordial feeling existing between Generals Halleck and McClellan. The former has on numerous occasions declared that he considered McClellan one of the greatest living soldiers of the world. The hearty co-operation between them secures, beyond a The mystification of the public mind in regard to Gen. McClellan is relieved by the announcement that he is now in comme proffer was graciously received. Gens. Halleck and McClellan were closeted yesterday, and the latter at once proceededEre they reached this immediate vicinity, we hear, Major-General McClellan had, in accordance with the general order of yeste, being duly guarded by forces which Generals Halleck and McClellan doubtless regard as sufficient for the exigencies of the to the various positions assigned to them by order of Gen. McClellan. In the meanwhile the infantry of the enemy seem enti