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uch spirit and skill as to put to ignominious flight the entire column — the officers leading. The difficulties of the road were, however, so great, that he captured only 26, together with their arms, equipments, and, for the most part, their horses, besides killing and wounding a number, and sustained himself no loss at all. This last is the first engagement with the enemy's cavalry — the result shows that he has not yet found the element of redemption from his manifest destiny. On the 2nd inst., Col. C. W. Field, 6th Va. Cavalry with a detachment of his regiment made a bold and successful dash into the enemy's infantry pickets stationed in the village of Anandale, killing 4, carrying off 15 captured, with their arms and equipments, sustaining a loss of two missing. To mention especially the conspicuous gallantry displayed on these various occasions would transcend the limits of their order.--Suffice it to say, the officers and men engaged here behaved in a manner mighty c
Proceedings of the Federal Congress. The following is a synopsis of the second day's proceedings (December 3d ) of the Washington Congress: The first regular session of the thirty-seventh Congress commenced at noon yesterday (the 2d) The galleries of both Houses were crowded with spectators. In the Senate, 37 Senators answered to their names at roll call, including Messrs. Powell, of Kentucky; Bayard of Delaware, and Bright of Indiana.--The usual committees were appointed to wait upon and inform the President and the House of Representatives that the Senate was ready to proceed to business Mr. Trumbull, of Ill., gave notice that he would to-day introduce a bill to confiscate the property of rebels and give freedom to persons int the slave States--Mr. Wilkinson, of Minnesota, gave notice of a bill to abolish the distinction between the regular and the volunteer soldier. The committee appointed to wait upon the President reported that he would communicate his Message to Con
he Osage, and making ready to fall upon our forces at Sedalia. From Washington--Senator Green, of Missouri--Admiral Reynaud. From Washington letters of the 2d instant, in the Baltimore Sun, we extract the following: Senator Polk, of Missouri--not Green, as a slip of the pen made me say — has arrived here. Ex-Senatod ordered to proceed North. Poisoning soldiers — Deserters from banks's army. The Tonsontown correspondent of the Baltimore Sun, writing under date of the 2d inst., says: No little excitement prevails among the 78th Pennsylvania Regiment, Col. Hay, now stationed on the line of the Northern Central Railway, guardingeir liberty upon taking the oath of allegiance, but they refused. Captain Russell, U. S. N.--narrow escape of Prof, Lowe. From the Washington Star, of the 2d inst, we take the following: It is stated that Capt. Russell, who burned the privateer Judith, at Pensacola, has been assigned to the new gun-boat Kennebec no
The telegraph has already announced the brilliant victory recently won by our forces in Missouri, and the reported capture of Montgomery and his band of Jayhawkers. The following interesting particulars we take from the Memphis Avalanche, of the 2d inst: A gentleman who reached this city yesterday on the steamer Yazoo brings a confirmation of the reported capture of Montgomery, the surrounding of Siegel, and the advance of Price upon St. Louis. He left New Madrid before day Saturday morthey are being sent to St. Louis with all possible dispatch. Important from East Tennessee--insurrection Ernewed--Arrests. Brief mention of the following has been made under our telegraphic head. We copy from the Memphis Avalanche, of the 2d instant: We have information that on yesterday, a large body of Unionists attacked an, inferior force of Confederates at Morristown, East Tennessee, killing a number of the latter, the balance being compelled to retire before the superior forc