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Latest Northern news.interesting details. Grand torchlight Processional Washington — wreck of the steamship Northern Light--news from Missouri--reception of old "Fuss and Feathers" in New York, &c. We have received copies of Northern papers of dates to 7th, November. 9th, November.and 12th of November. From their columns we make up the following summary: From Washington. The New York Her old, of the 12th instant, contains the following interesting news from its special telegraphic correspondent in the Federal capital, dated the 11th: Grand torchlight procession and fireworks. Washington was taken by surprise to-night by one of the most magnificent and imposing torchlight displays ever witnessed. About half-past 7 o'clock an immense procession, composed of detachments from each regiment of General Blenker's division, suddenly appeared upon the avenue, filling the air with strains of martial music from numerous bands, and paling the moon and stars wi
ners. The balance were scattered in all directions. The Federal loss was comparatively small. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 12.--A courier from General Nelson's brigade, with dispatches for General Thomas, reports that the fight at Pikesville lasted, and one thousand wounded. Still Later.the victory complete — the rebel commanders taken prisoners. Cincinnati, Nov. 12. --The battle at Pikesville, Ky., lasted through Friday and Saturday. The victory of the National troops was compl the rebel commanders, are among the prisoners taken. The defeat of the rebels in Kentucky Confirmed. Louisville. Nov. 12, Midnight. --Accounts received here by mail fully confirm the defeat of the rebels under Generals Williams and NelsNo doubt the enemy expected to achieve great things at Pikesville, from the large preponderance of force they had; and doubtless rumors founded on these magnificent expectations reached Cincinnati, Nov. 12, and formed the basis of the dispatches.]
From Western Virginia. Cincinnati, Nov. 12. --The defeat of the Union troops at Guyandotte, Va., was accomplished by the treachery of the inhabitants conspiring with a force of rebels, variously estimated at from five hundred to one thousand men, who concentrated in the country back of the town. These troops proposed, with the assistance of the rebel to habitants of Guyandotte, to annihilate the Federal troops stationed at the town, consisting of 250 men, port of a Virginia regiment arived there, and learned the particulars of the affair, he ordered the destruction of the town, when the buildings were immediately fired, and the whole town was reduced to asb s. Later from the Kanawha — the rebels Retreating. Cincinnati, Nov. 12. --Later advices from the Kanawha Valley, Va., State that the rebels, who had been ling Camp Tomams from Cotton hill, retired upon the approach of the force under Col. De Villers. Nine of the enemy's pick is were killed, but there was no l
From Washington.the naval expedition. Washington Nov. 12. --The indications are, that the Administration will act with promptness in maintaining whatever su movements in that connection. Official advices from Europe. Washington, Nov. 12. --The official advices from Europe, just received, show a strengthening . Generals Halleck and Burt Coning West--military Wedding. Washington, Nov. 12. --Generals Halleck, and Buel leave to-morrow for the West, to enter upon From the South side of the Potomac — a reconnaissance in force. Washington. Nov. 12 --From officers who have arrived here, it is ascertained that a reconnaitheir my. A reconnaissance in force across the Potomac. Washington, Nov. 12, A. M. --Sex regiments of infantry, two batteries of artillery and three comrrival of Gen. Heintzeiman's to-day. From the lower Potomac Washington, Nov. 12. --The steamer CŒur de Lion has returned h. Navy-Yard from the flotilla
Latest Northern intelligence. Washington, Nov. 11. --The N. Y. Evening Post says that an expedition is prepared, if it has not already sailed, which will seal the harbors of Savannah and Charleston against the exit or entrance of any further Theodora and Nashville expeditions; also, that a flotilla of thirty vessels is now in this port, armed, manned, and ready to sail for the Gulf of Mexico. These vessels are peculiarly adapted in size and draft, and with a suitable armament, for harassing the commerce and people on the coasts of Louisiana and Alabama. New York, Nov, 12.--Beecher's Independent says that Senator Seward has expressed the conviction that the Federal Government cannot succeed in the present war, and that peace will be declared within ninety days. Boston, Nov. 11.--Ex-Mayor Bunker, of Mobile, and Wm. Pierce, of New Orleans, were discharged from Fort Warren to- day.
Fremont demonstration at St. Louis. St. Louis, Nov. 12. --The Republican, of this morning, says there was an immense Fremont demonstration here last night. The people fully endorsed Fremont, and his response showed that there was much trouble in the Federal wigwam. He freely denounced the Lincoln Administration.
nty. This is supposed to be the same band of rebels that captured a part of Col. Shielda's company of Fremont Hussars, near Little Santa Fe. St. Louis, Nov. 12.--Gen. Hunter has issued an order to commanders of troops to avoid extensive movements which offer battle or divide and prolong our lines, until further concert o McKinistry's administration of affairs. From Washington — official Notification relative to passes — prospect of an Exchange of prisoners, &c. Washington, Nov. 12 --The Secretary of State to-day issued the following order: Circumstances which have recently occurred render it necessary to repeat a previous regulaington by the shells from the rebel guns. Other fancies are indulged in, and so passes his hours. The reported capture of the privateer Sumter. New York, Nov. 12. --Advices from the U. S. frigate Niagara to the 24th ult., say nothing about the prisoners from the privateer Sumter. Her reported capture is therefore pr