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World's task, up to the present moments, has simply been the light and trivial one of subverting confidence in the durability of the nation. There has been an earthquake in Guatemala, a collision on Fast river, and a fortunate escape of over five hundred people, and a fearful collision on the Camden and Amboy Railroad, by which twenty persons and three care were very much injures. Advices from the lower Mississippi, received at Cairo, state that a Union gunboat had passed into Lake Providence, and dispersed the rebels, who were falling trees to obstruct the opening of the pass into the Yasoo river, in the rear of Vicksburg. The health of the Yankee troops was improving. General Rosecrans occupies Franklin, and the rebels are in close proximity. The Cumberland river was rising. Enormous dredge have been sent from Louisville to Vicksburg to in the "out-off" A grand Union meeting has been held in Cincinnati. Eight thousand French soldiers have invaded Sonora