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Gen. Pemberton wounded.

--The Chattanooga Rebel, of the 7th inst., says:

‘ The gallant Pemberton was wounded at the last attack on Vicksburg.

The Selma (Ala.) Reporter says dewberries, blackberries, and whortleberries, are selling in that market at 20 cents per quart.

The steamers Robert E. Lee and Cornelia have arrived at Wilmington, N. C., from Nassau, with goods on Government account.

Geo. E. Bedell, late Postmaster at Columbus, Ga., was killed at Greensville, Ala., a few days since, by the Marshal of that town.

J. R. Bowers was shot and killed at Brinkleyville, N. C., on the 8th inst., in a quarrel with W. P. Solemen.

The Augusta (Ga.) powder works furnished 1,000,000 pounds of powder for the army last year.

Mr. Vallandigham has arrived in Wilmington, M. C., on for Massan.

There are two of the inside of Charleston

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