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om the Army of the Potomac we have reports of incessant rains, which have made the roads impassable, and swollen the streams to such an unprecedented height that all the bridges on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad were in danger of being swept away. The confederates have thrown up very strong earthworks on the south side of the Rapidan, at a point called Clark's Mountain, A large forage train sent out from Batesville, Ark., under command of captain Majors, was captured last week by Freeman's guerillas. The Federal Government has renounced the enrollment of negroes in Kentucky on the pledge given by Gov. Bramlette that the State would furnish its contingent of 15,000 men, without involving the necessity of resorting to a conscription of the black population. The Masons' Hall and Winthrop House, Boston, were destroyed by fire on the 6th inst. A telegram from Frederick, Md., states that the ballot box in the Jackson District was seized by "copperheads" during the
piece, and was informed by him what had occurred. The officer went up into the prison and there found Theodore V. Brandis lying dead on the floor, near the window, with a bullet through his head. The ball had entered the centre of the forehead, just above the eyes, and crushed through the back of the skull. He had never spoken after he was shot, or moved except to tumble backward lifeless from the window. At eleven o'clock an inquest was held by coroner Sanxay, assisted by High constable Freeman, and the jury having examined the body, and heard the above recited facts, gave as their verdict that Theodore V. Brandis, the deceased, came to his death by a gunshot wound inflicted by a guard of the prison whilst the latter was in the discharge of his duty. Brandis was 35 years of age, a native of New Jersey, but for some years had been living in the town of Manchester, chesterfield co., Va. About three weeks ago he and seven other conscripts, detailed as a guard at the Governm