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the New army. Governor Curtin, of Pennsylvania, writes to the Philadelphia Bulletin that the absence of the names of Governors Burton, of Delaware, and Kirkwood, of Iowa, from the late address of the loyal Governors to the President, was in consequence of inability to reach of those gentlemen by telegraph when the memorial was prepared. Both those gentlemen, as well as Governor Sprague, of Rhode Island, have since authorized their names to be affixed to the memorial. Cincinnati, July 8.--Governor Morton's (of Indiana) call for eleven additional regiments and six batteries of artillery, although only published yesterday morning, has been responded to in the most hearty and confident manner by prominent and influential representatives from over thirty counties. Gov. Morton and the Hon. P. W. Thompson addressed a large meeting at Indianapolis last night. The organization of new Ohio regiments will commence immediately. Camps are being established in different parts of t
all Jackson attacked and drove in the pickets of Franklin's division. When General Franklin brought up his reserve Jackson fell back, and it was expected a night attack would be made, but everything passed off quietly. From Cairo. Cairo. July 8. --The steamer Sunshine, which arrived to-day, brings news from Vicksburg to the 30th ult., at which time the bombardment was continued, and the town was deserted except by the military. The news from White river, Arkansas, is not encoot to pass a battery without silencing it. She remains below. The loss on the Hartford was one man killed and eleven wounded. A master's mate was killed on the Richmond, and six men wounded. Massachusetts and the call for troops. Boston July 8. --Gov. Andrew and Adj. Gen. Schottler have prepared and published the military apportionment of the State, designating the number of men each city and town shall furnish to make up fifteen thousand men, the proportion Massachusetts is expe
Important from Europe. Great Eastern off Cape Race--Lord Palmerston and mediation — he can see no good result to be Derived therefrom — the Emily St. Pierre. Cape Race, July 8. --The steamer Great Eastern passed off this point at 1 o'clock this afternoon. Her advices are to the 1st inst., with telegraphic advices to the 2d--two days later. American affairs have again been the topic of argument in the House of Commons. Lord Palmerston, in the course of the debate, said that he could see, no good result at present in the proposed offers of mediation, but the Government would with pleasure take advantage of any proper opening to mediate. The correspondence in relation to the delay of the ship Emily St. Pierre by the American authorities, has been published, from which it appears that Minister Adams had not receded from the position first assumed by him on the subject. Lord Brougham explained his speech in the House of Lords on American aff