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near Springfield — further Particulars. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 15. --Under date of Springfield, Aug. 12, the corresponhern report of Affairs South of thePotomac. Alexandria, Aug. 15. --Last night, between 11 and 12 o'clock, the enemy'bound to Washington. Washington items. Washington, Aug. 15. --About forty of the New York Highlanders, who are at the pleasure of the War Department. Washington, Aug. 15. --Reliable private advices from Texas, dated on theus case of the BaltimorePolice Commissioners. New York, Aug. 15. --Gen. Duryea was applied to in Brooklyn to know whondent of the Baltimore Exchange writes from Washington, August 15: The sharp practice of General McClellan had reducee another. Affairs in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Aug. 15. --Yesterday afternoon the privateersmen of the schour hundred dollars. Affairs in New York. New York, Aug. 15. --Yesterday morning there were in the port of New Y
held forthwith." Further from Missouri. St Louis, August 15 --A fleet of 10 steamers, which have been laid up fted Press] From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, August 15. --The steamers Adelaide and George Peabody have arotes at the same rates. The Blockades. Washington, Aug. 15. --Besides the hundred vessels chartered in New York will be his flag-ship. New York Politics. Albany, Aug. 15. --The Breckinridge State Central Committee met at tg of the party. Union meeting in Bangor, Bangor, August 15. --The Secession Convention of the Breckinridge Staturbance occurred. Massachusetts Politics. Boston, August 15 --The Democratic State Committee met yesterday at WWorcester. Court martial of Col. Miles. Alexandria, Aug. 15 --The trial by court martial of Colonel Miles, chargeyes is President of the Court. From Cairo. Cairo, August 15 --Since the withdrawal of the Eighteenth Regiment f
Artillery for Gen. Banks' column. New York, Aug. 15. --The 3d Rhode Island Artillery Corps arrived here this morning, and will leave this evening for Sandy Book. Maryland. They are to use the battery of the 1st artillery corps.