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July 21.

The Fifty-fifth regiment (colored) of Massachusetts, left Boston for Newbern, N. C.--A party of thirty bushwhackers early this morning, made a descent upon a settlement on Indian Creek, near Olathe, Kansas, and after plundering several of the inhabitants, retired, taking with them a large quantity of stock, and several men.--the schooner Revenge was captured and destroyed at a point near the Sabine Pass, by the Union gunboat Owasco, under the command of Lieutenant Commander J. Madigan, Jr.--the Forty-third regiment of Massachusetts, returned to Boston from the seat of war.--the Twelfth regiment, of Rhode Island, returned to Providence, and was received by the military of that place.--General Rosecrans, from his Headquarters at Tullahoma, Tenn., issued a circular regulating the circulation of newspapers in his army.

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