au of Conscription.
flour contracts in Congress.
efforts to escape Conscription.
ships coming in freely.
sneers at negro troops.
hopes of French intervention.
Gen. Rains blows himself up.
Davis would be the last to give up.
Gov. Vance protests against Col. August's appointment as commandant of conscripts.
financial difficulties in the United States.
This first day of the year dawned in gloom, but the sun, like the sun of Austerlitz, soon beamed forth in greaday from the army in North Carolina.
He says the prospect for a battle is good, as soon as the roads admit of marching.
We have nothing further from the bombardment near Savannah.
The wires may not be working-or the fort may be taken.
Gov. Vance has sent to the department a strong protest against.
the appointment of Col. August as commandant of conscripts in Northern Tennessee. Col. A. is a Virginian — that is the only reason.
Well, Gen. Rains, who commands all the conscripts in the