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holders cannot use it at all, except they send it out of the lines to invest in cotton or lands, where no immediate return can be obtained from it. A special messenger left yesterday with dispatches, from the authorities of Savannah to Governor Brown, relative to the return of the State to the Union. Reported movements of Confederates in Tennessee. A telegram from Louisville, Kentucky, dated the 17th, says: Rebel deserters, who came into Knoxville on the 12th instant, stater from New York — name not given — from whom the guerrillas took sixty thousand dollars in greenbacks. Escape of Yankee Newspaper correspondents from Salisbury. The escape of Richardson (New York Tribune), Davis (Cincinnati Gazette), and Brown (New York Herald), newspaper correspondents, from Salisbury, North Carolina, is published. The Tribune has the following telegram from Nashville giving an account of the feat: They came three hundred and forty miles, by a circuitous route
he horsemen were piloted in the darkness from the rebel camp by a young lady, and they rode by forced marches of such severity as to kill many of their animals. Mr. Brown, with the other footmen, under an excellent pilot, took to mountain paths, and reached our lines on Saturday. Messrs. Richardson and Brown were captured whiBrown were captured while floating on hay bales in the Mississippi river, opposite Vicksburg, on the night of May 3, 1863, after their boat had been exploded and burned by the rebel batteries, and half the persons on the expedition killed or wounded.--They have since been continued in seven different rebel prisons. Mr. Davis was taken while with Sherman Philadelphia, and Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana,) favor negro suffrage in the seceded States, while not advocating it in the loyal portion of the country. Senator B. Gratz Brown, and Representative Henry T. Blow, of Missouri, favor universal suffrage throughout both North and South. Archbishop McClosky, of New York, is at onc