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We have received New York papers of Tuesday, the 29th instant. Gold had gone up to 232 under the fears about Sherman and the intelligence of Beauregard's movements in Tennessee. General Beauregard's movements in Tennessee--Thomas Falls back again. A correspondent of the New York Times, writing from Nashville on the 25th, gives some interesting news about the movements of General Beauregard's army. He says: On Saturday last, Beauregard's advance was at Waynesboro', Tennessee, as you will recollect, under General Frank Cheatham, of this city. This advance comprised one corps. The other two corps, respectively commanded by General Stewart and Lee, were at Florence, Alabama, and Corinth, Mississippi. Beauregard's headquarters being at the latter place, and Hood's at Florence. On Tuesday, the whole rebel army, reinforced by Dick Taylor, with nine thousand men, was in motion. Almost the entire force having reached Tennessee, Frank Cheatham, with his corps and
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Broad Rock races. --The fall meeting at this famous old course closed on Wednesday last, and is said to have been the most interesting one held in Chesterfield for many years. On Tuesday, the 29th ultimo, the two men heat post-stake, three subscribers was contended for by McDaniel. Green and Ward, and won by the former in two straight heats. We append a summary. Fourth Day.--Post state for three-year olds, two men heats, $2,500 subscription, play or pay, the proprietor to add $1, 2500. D. McDaniel's b. f. Lady Blessington, by imported Exile, but of Philo11 C. Green's clang by Arrington, out of the Lusby Haxall22 D. Ward's b.f. by Education, out of Nine33 Time--3:55, 3:52. Wednesday, the 30th ultimo, was a match for $10,000, three-mile heats, between D. McDaniel's "Oakland" and C. Green's "Conductor." As these horses had met before, the match attracted an unusually large crowd of turfites to witness their final trial of speed and endurance, each