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mage coming out of Wilmington. One shot tore off a large portion of her bulwarks, broke the patient windlass, and knocked down three men.--Another shot went right through her cabin, two feet above water-mark. Several shots went whizzing over and between her masts, and nothing earthly saved her from destruction but her great speed. The Public Stock Board of New York have appropriated, by a resolution offered by Richard Scholl, Esq., $2,000 for forty volunteers under the last call of the President. The supersedure of Admiral Dahlgren at Charleston is positively denied. Lieut. Wm. T. Glassell, C. S. N., who engineered the torpedo against the Ironsides, off Charleston, has arrived in New York, and been committed to the county jail. Notes from Gillmore to Dahlgren, and vice versa, denying any disagreement between them, are published. The Baltimore American says Meade's army is to take a new route to Richmond. Gold was quoted at 147 in New York on Saturday.
ment and Admiral Dahlgren and the Government and Gen. Gillmore is a point which deserves attention. The war ree plan itself was conceived for the most part by Gen. Gillmore. The lamented Admiral Foote was present at the were members of the council. In that document General Gillmore plainly indicates what he is able to do and wiharleston. That plan, so far as it relates to General Gillmore's operations, embraced — firstly, the occupatiy was to advance. The course marked out for Gen. Gillmore was not adhered to in the particular of capturinmter before capturing the works on Morris island Gen. Gillmore offered to the navy an opportunity of greatly acral days later a second bombardment of Sumter by Gen. Gillmore, at the suggestion of Admiral Dahlgren, did not ch have been read by my informant, complimenting Gen. Gillmore on the complete success of his enterprise, have e of the demolition of Sumter, I will state that Gen. Gillmore's commission of Major General dates from the 23d