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Later from the North. no truth in Seward's resignation — the attack at Westover — War meeting, &c. The New York World, of the 2d inst., contains but little of importance, and does not contain any confirmation of the news about Seward's resignation, &c., published yesterday. The only thing like the telegram of yesterday is the fact that Rev. Dr. Brooks, of St. Louis, and Rev. Dr. Hoyt, of Louisville, have been arrested in Ohio for treason. It was reported that important pape
ck last night the rebels opened fire from the opposite side of the river with two batteries of light artillery.
Their fire was principally directed at the mail boats landing at the headquarters of Col. Ingails and the shipping and encampment at Westover.
The rebel pieces were handled well and fired with great rapidity.
Four men were killed and some five or six wounded. Several horses, also, were killed.
The rebels had it all their own way for some time, as our troops did not anticipa