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charges. The account dees set any how the troops got out of the breach.


Miscellaneous.

A letter received in New York, written when Dix was 21 miles from Williamsburg, says that before the letter reached its destination "we well either have Richmond or be repulsed. Gen. Keyes told us this morning that we would be in Richmond by Thursday (the 3d inst.) if in the range of possibility"

Gov. Curtin made a speech in Philadelphia, Wednesday night, asking for 60,000 troops to be raised in the State.

A letter from Vicksburg says that 10,000 men from Rosecrans, and the same number from Burnside have been sent to Grant, giving him 115, 000 man in all.

Gov. Yates, of Ill., was shot at through his window at Springfield on Tuesday night. He was not hurt.

Mrs. Lincoln leaped from her carriage in Washington, on the 2d inst, while the horses were running away, "receiving some very serious bruises."

The Confederate cavalry whipped the Federal out of Westminster, Md., on the 30th ult.

Gold was quoted in New York on the afternoon of the 3d at 144.

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