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he Pennsylvania 4th Regiment, on Sunday morning last, the fourth body being found in the woods yesterday. He was recognized as the brother of a neighboring farmer named Fairfax. The news from the camps to-day is unimportant. The ice boat, City of Philadelphia, is still guarding the city front. Lieut. Chauncey McKeever, U. S. A., Acting Assistant Adjutant General of this brigade, has been appointed a captain in the Adjutant Generals Department, and will remain here on duty in Col. Heintzeiman's staff. from Washington. Washington, July 2. --The President's message will be accompanied by reports from the Secretaries of War, Navy and Treasury Departments. Not one of them have yet been completed. There is no determination as to whether they will be printed and transmitted hence in advance of delivery to Congress, as under previous administrations — a measure which avoided many errors inseparable from hasty telegraphing. Lieut. Col. J. W. Ripley, chief of the Ord
The New York Zouaves. --According to Col. Heintzeiman's report, the New York Fire Zouaves ran away at the first fire from the Alabamians, and could not be induced to rally again as a regiment, though many of the men attached themselves to other regiments and fought the fight through. A Brooklyn regiment followed the example of the Zouaves.--A Minnesota regiment and a Michigan regiment both broke and fled as soon as they received the fire of the Confederates.
cordingly occurred, the cavalry effecting their purpose, but with a loss of three men killed, one wounded and three taken prisoners, including, it is supposed, in the last named, Capt. Todd, who had ventured at least a quarter of a mile in advance of his command. The object of the reconnaissance having been accomplished Gen. Heintzedman ordered the troops to return to their encampments. Last night four hundred rebel cavalry reached Pohick Church, but left before the arrival 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, and reports affair shown the Potomac as unchanged. The rebel steamer George Page still harocks in Quantico Creek, and may be seen from Budd's Ferry. Taree schooners ran the blockade in open day yesterday. They came above the Confederate batteries about 11 o'clock in the morning, when the rebels opened their fire upon them. They sailed closely u