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red 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.
Federal loss in the late battles at 1,000 killed, 6,000 wounded, and 2,000 prisoners. McClellan, Pope, and Sumner were all in Washington on the 5th. Three hundred "contrabands" from Fredericksburg, Vck and McClellan were closeted yesterday, and the latter at once proceeded to join the army of Gen. Pope, where he was received with great acclamations. It is said that from the capitol dome long tr, has the following interesting news: By 9 o'clock last evening the whole of the army of Gen. Pope had reached the position it had been determined it should assume for the present, before the she general order of yesterday, issued an order resuming the chief command of the aggregated army (Pope's and Burnside's) thus assembled for the defence of the capital. This morning it seems to berebels must meet more than twice as many disciplined troops as was massed against them under Generals Pope and Burnside, besides a very large force of new levies that have been arriving here for thre