Captain Gillespie's cavalry surrounded a body of Lincolnites in Paw Paw follow, Sevier County, Tenn., and captured twenty-five of them.--Knoxville Register, Nov. 11.
Major-General Halleck, lately arrived from California, was appointed to the command of the Military Department of the West, in place of General Fremont, and General Buell, of Ohio, an efficient army officer who can point to a brilliant record, was put in charge of Kentucky, in place of General Sherman, resigned.
These two men are in the prime of life — about forty years of age — and their antecedents warrant the expectations that there will be no more mistakes in the Western section.--N. Y. Herald, November 11.
The New Orleans Crescent has the following: Unfortunately the resources of the Hessian Government of Lincoln have been underrated.
It is now nearly six months since a vessel entered the port of New Orleans from a distant country.
The same remarks will apply to Mobile and other ports