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June 2.

The circulation of the newspapers, Chicago Times and New York World, was prohibited, in the Department of the Ohio, by a general order from Major-General Burnside, their “repeated expressions of disloyal and incendiary sentiments” being “calculated to exert a pernicious and treasonable influence.” --at Nashville, Tenn., C. F. Jones was arrested for writing treasonable correspondence to the Freeman's Journal of New York.--F. H. Pierpont, Governor of Virginia, issued a proclamation, calling upon the commandants of the State militia to hold their regiments in readiness for the field at an hour's warning, as “the enemies of their liberty and [2] prosperity were again threatening their homes.” --the Twenty-fourth regiment of New York volunteers returned to Oswego.--the city government of Portsmouth, Va., was organized.--West-Point, Va., was evacuated by the Union troops.--the ship Amazonian was captured in latitude 11° 15′, longitude 34° 30′, by the rebel privateer, Alabama.

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