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The news via the North. Renada, Miss., July 7. --The St. Louis Republican, of the 3d inst., has been received here. The following is a summary of the news: A dispatch, dated Cairo, 1st inst., says that Gen. Hindman is back at St. Charles, with 5,000 men.--Col. Fitz, (of the Yankee army) has abandoned his position, after spiking his guns. Curtis is reported to be in a bad situation. His supplies can not reach him, and his army had been living on half rations for ten days. He will have to cut his way out or be captured. It is reported that the Yankees are again retreating from Holly Springs. The Nova Scotia has arrived with Liverpool dates to the 22d ult. The Emllie St. Pierre affair has been settled. The correspondent of the Paris Constitutionnel regards the mediation of Europe, respecting the American war, merely a question of time. Public opinion, both in England and France, daily grows in favor of recognition and mediation. In the House of Com
pickets of Franklin's division. When General Franklin brought up his reserve Jackson fell back, and it was expected a night attack would be made, but everything passed off quietly. From Cairo. Cairo. July 8. --The steamer Sunshine, which arrived to-day, brings news from Vicksburg to the 30th ult., at which time the bombardment was continued, and the town was deserted except by the military. The news from White river, Arkansas, is not encouraging. Col. Fitch still holds St. Charles. No relief has reached Gen. Curtis. The whole country bordering on the White river is reported to be in arms, except those persons who have fled from the operations of the conscription law, which is enforced in the most rigorous manner. Our boats are frequently fired on from the shore. From Vicksburg. Philadelphia, July 9. --The special correspondent of the Philadelphia Press on board, the U. S. steamer Brooklyn, writing under date of June 28th, says: All hands were
ght transports were lying. Early Friday morning Forrest moved the batteries up and opened on the transports, which were fired by the shells, and the gunboats fell into the hands of the enemy after being disabled. The crews and officers of the fleet were all taken prisoners. A large amount of Government stores and considerable artillery is reported captured. It is also supposed that the supplies at Johnsonville were taken. All is quiet along the White river, in Arkansas. St. Charles is re-occupied and garrisoned with colored troops. Sheridan nearly Killed by poison. The brutal commander of the Federal forces in the Valley had a narrow escape from a fitting and well-deserved death on the 6th. It appears he went to Winchester and dined with Colonel Edwards, the commander of the post, and started off on an excursion. A dispatch says: During the excursion, General Sheridan, Colonel Comstock and Captain Moore all began to exhibit violent symptoms of corro
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