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North and South. This is our programme for ending the war and restoring the Union. In good faith we submit it to both the political parties of the day for their consideration, and to the Administration in the interval and from and after the 4th of March next. The Valley — Early again Relieved. A telegram in the New York Herald, dated at Winchester on the 8th, says: General Sheridan has received information that the rebels intend to immediately assume the offensive. General Ewell has superseded General Early in command of the rebel troops in the Valley. Yesterday, Fitzhugh Lee's division of cavalry was at Wardensville, on Cacapon river. Imboden was also reported there. The rebel force at this point was over five thousand strong. Mosby has been reinforced by a regiment of Virginia cavalry, and was yesterday at Berryville. A raid is expected on Winchester, or on the line of General Sheridan's communications. The rebel movements have been already coun
s plans were submitted, and the opinions of leading officers of our navy obtained, said committee unanimously recommended its adoption. On your suggestion that it would be well to have the opinions of other officers of the army on the subject, the bill was, on motion of Mr. Brown, of Mississippi, referred to the Committee on Military Affairs, and I now have the honor to submit herewith to your consideration letters I have received from General Joseph E. Johnston, General S. Cooper, Lieutenant-General Ewell, Lieutenant-General Longstreet's Inspector-General; Major- Generals Fitz Lee, Rosser and Lomax, of cavalry; Brigadier-Generals Pendleton and Long, of artillery; Colonel Crutchfield, Stonewall Jackson's chief of artillery; Major-General Heth, Major-General Smith, Governor of Virginia; and Major-General Smith, Superintendent of Virginia Military Institute; Captain W. N. Barker, acting chief of Signal Bureau, and Captain Wilbourn, of Signal Corps; Brigadier-General Wharton, Colonel J.
The Raleigh Progress says that a party of capitalists from the North have gone to Wilmington with the view of inspecting timber lands. It is understood that the company has a large capital with which to purchase lands, provided proper inducements are offered them. The Confederate General Ewell and lady, and General John C. Brown, also of the late Confederate army, were in Nashville last week. Two youths, under writs of habeas corpus, discharged from the military service of the United States by the Baltimore Circuit in court on Monday last. The receipts from internal revenue on Monday last amounted to eight hundred and thirty-four thousand five hundred and twenty-nine dollars and eighty cents. George N. Sanders in London.--A letter received in Washington; from London, speaks of the arrival there of George N. Sanders. Brigham Young is indeed a pillar of Salt Lake. His idea of a wife is — Lots.
the amnesty oath are still required as qualifications for citizenship. William R. Hicks, of Albemarle, Va., was found dead in his room on the 12th instant, with a glass containing strychnine near him. A colony of fifty families is preparing in Maine to embark for Palestine intending to settle in ancient Joppa. General Eppa Hunton, General William H. Payne and Colonel Mosby are all practicing law in Warrenton, Va. The English army is to be supplied with linen shirts, on account of the scarcity of cotton. The Irish-linen men are jubilant. A mass convention of farmers, at Bloomington, Ill., has passed resolutions in favor of the Niagara Falls ship canal. Rev. J. T. Johnson, of Alexandria, Va., has received an unconditional pardon from the President. The Wakefield Mills, at Providence, R. I., were burned on Wednesday--loss, seventy-five thousand dollars. General Ewell has left Warrenton, Virginia, and taken up his residence in Nashville. Tenn.
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