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Look out for a Dodge. --The Milledgeville Union, of April 29th, says: We do not believe McClellan intends to force his way to Richmond over the bayonets of our army on the Peninsula. That would not suit the man. He intends to threaten our army until we get our whole disposable force concentrated there, and then give them a dodge, and attempt to turn our position and march suddenly upon Richmond, by some other route — perhaps by the way of Fredericksburg. No doubt our military men have their eyes open to such a trick, but the assailant has greatly the advantage in such movements. We have to guard every point, not knowing when the enemy may strike, and he can choose his time and place to strike, unless our commanders do as those at Corinth did, anticipate his movements and disconcert his plans by attacking him. We should not be surprised to see the crafty foe taken in the toils he is preparing for others. One thing is pretty certain, he is concentrating his whole force f
some further intelligence of affairs at the North: The capture of New Orleans. Chicago, April 29. --The following special dispatch has been received by the Times, of this city, from Fort the news we extract from Northern papers] The armies near Corinth. Pittsburg Landing, April 29. --There was some heavy firing across Lick Creek this morning caused by artillery practicaptain McAllen who, was obliged to go to Cincinnati on account of the health. Louisville, April 29.--One hundred and seven prisoners, captured by Gen. Mitchell, at Huntsville, arrived here to-night, en route for Camp Chase. Cairo, April 29.--The steamer Bacon, which left Pittsburg last evening, has arrived here. Generals Halleck, Buell and Grant have moved their headquarters near rebellion and restore us our country. Rich Scenes in the Yankee Congress. Washington, April 29. --A family quarrel between the Republican members of the House has been raging fiercely
Important, if true. --We get the following from the Savannah News, of the 29th April: A dispatch received in this city from Baldwin. Florida, states that a gentleman arrived at that place from Gainesville, on Sunday night, who says that he had seen a captain of a vessel, who, in attempting to run the blockade, was chased by the blockaders, and was compelled to blow up his vessel, the crew escaping in their boats. The captain had late Havana papers, in which it was stated that the Spanish Government had recognized the independence of the Southern Confederacy, and that ambassadors from that Government were on their way to Richmond with dispatches to that effect. We give the above as it comes to us, from a reliable source, in the hope that it is true.
es are moving in front of our army at Corinth, and that active preparations are in progress to meet them. The opinion is general that a great battle will come off near the Tennessee river at an early day. From the Peninsula we learn that a battery was unmasked a mile and a half below Yorktown, on the morning of the 27th, since which time the enemy have been shelling our shipping, and all vessels that approach there are exposed to the Yankee projectiles. A letter from Yorktown, dated April 29, mentions that a few days ago five companies from the Fifteenth Virginia regiment, (including the Young Guard and the Virginia Life Guard, of this city,) with a detachment of Mississippi riflemen, went out as a scouting party to scour the forest in front of her lines. After a short march they advanced upon the enemy's pickets, and the on both sides was pretty sharp for a couple of hours. Five Yankees were killed and wounded, and one taken prisoner. In skirmish, private William Daily, of