Latest from the North.
reported battle at Bowling Green
[special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.]
Norfolk, January 28.
--The flag of truce steamer, this evening, brought Mrs. Carl Epping
and three children, wife of the Dutch Consul
The New York Herald
, of the 27th, has been received here.
It was reported in Washington
yesterday that a battle had occurred at Bowling Green
, in which the Federals
were . Wothing official received.
had arrived at Halifax
, with dates to the 12th.
She brings further news from the Trent
affair, its political effect, &c. Great satisfaction was manifested at the British
demands being complied with.
The Paris Moniteur,
with most of the London
journals, condemn bitterly the stone blockade.
was still watching the Confederate steamer Nashville
It was reported that the Sumter
had left Cadiz
had been visited by an earthquake.
Lord Russell predicts that the fate of the American Government
is sealed, if January passes without some great victory.
It is reported that notwithstanding the settlement of the Trent
affair, war preparations in England
An additional steamer was preparing to leave for Halifax
with troops and munitions.
The steamer Kate
, of Charleston
, arrived at Nassau
on the 18th, having made the run in forty-three hours. She entered with the Confederate