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s at Sewall's Point.--N. Y. Times, August 13.
The Western Virginia State Convention, in a series of resolutions, declared itself unalterably opposed to any compromise with the rebels. --(Doc. 176.)
The Helena (Arkansas) Shield, of this day, contains the following:--From the Hon. C. W. Adams of this county, who arrived at home a few days since from the northern part of this State, we learn that on last Monday week thirteen hundred Indian warriors--Southern allies — crossed the Arkansas River near Fort Smith, en route for McCulloch's camp.
These Indians are armed with rifle, butcher knife, and tomahawk, and had their faces painted, one half red, and the other black.
We also learn that a regiment of mounted Texans likewise crossed the Arkansas at or near Fort Smith, for the same destination.
The narrative of Doctor Blaisdell, a physician lately resident in Macon, Ga., was published, in which he pronounced the whole story of Jeff. Davis having taken command in person at