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rnor's Guard — in knee. Conant Wm, 7th Ga, D — slight. Cook John, 2d Miss, F — in shin. Dobb G, 8th Ga, I — flesh wound in thigh. Davidson P A, 4th Va — in shoulder. Elliot George, 8th Ga, F — in hip. Goff J M, 8th Ga, C — in shoulder. Hite B E, 4th Va — in arm. Johnson Elisha, 4th Ala, Governor's Guard — in head. Lester B F, 8th Ga, K. Lang on L C, 8th Ga, K. Lunsford H E, 8th Ga, K. Martin E T, 8th Ga, K. Mason D H, 8th Ga, G — in arm. Minor H A, 11th Miss, F. Owens Andrew, 7th Ga, B — arm. Ross Robert, 2d Miss, D. Rhodes Walter, 19th Va, Scottsville Guards--hand. Simpson J R, 4th S C, K. Sergeant William, 28th Va, E — arm. Strickler Cyrus, 4th Va, I — died. Stevens G S, 4th Ala. G — hip. Tank N C, 7th Ga, K — thigh. Wilkinson G D, 4th Ala, F. Walker Andrew, 4th Ala, D — arm. Walker Anderson, 4th Ala, D — thigh. Wood J M, 5th Va. K. Wright J L, 8th Va, K — arm broken. Wallace A A,
fect to inspire everybody with fresh anxiety to hear from Mr. Auguste Belmonte, who, by this time, must be among the English money kings, face to face. From Western Virginia. From passengers by the Western train, (says the Baltimore South, of the 7th inst.,) we learn that, at last accounts, General Rosencranz was still at Clarksburg, Va., awaiting the arrival of horses and wagons. He was fully aware of the fact that Wise had escaped him and made good his retreat to Lewisburg. Colonel Stevens had re-occupied Martinsburg, and the whole of that section was again in the hands of the Confederates, close up to Harper's Ferry. There was a large Confederate force at Romney, as also at Moorefield and Monterey. Financial. The New York Day Book of Wednesday says: The action of Congress in suspending the operations of the Sub-Treasury and reintegrating the "pet bank" system, excites universal comment and general condemnation. The change is even more sweeping than at fi
ured the Wm. B. McGilvery and Proctor. All privateers are armed with rifle cannon, and their headquarters is at Newbern, N. C. Gun. boats are being collected and mounted at Norfolk, to be taken down the canal. The bark Glenn, with Federal coal, has been captured. The Wabash has arrived here from Charleston, and the Roanoke was left there. The Wabash re-captured the Depiar prize, the Mary Alice. The prize crew are prisoners on the Wabash. She also captured the Mary Star, from Wilmington, bound to Liverpool, while sailing under colors. Lieut. W. H. Stevens, Engineer, has been dismissed from the service for defalcation. The correspondent of the New York Commercial sums up the total appropriations of the last Congress at $297,000,000 for the army and $35,000,000 for the navy. J. G. Eades, of St Louis, has received the contract to build seven gun-boats, at $89,000 each, and agrees to forfeit $200 per day for every day's delay after contract time.