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From Norfolk.[Special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Aug. 30, 12½ o'clock, P. M. A heavy cannonade is now progressing in Hampton Roads between the Federal steam-frigate Savannah and the steam tug Harmony, from this city — the latter testing some powerful rifled cannon. From the cupola of the city hall I distinctly saw the flash and smoke of the guns, and the loud reports are plainly heard in every part of the city. The firing from the Savannah was very rapid, and she occasionally threw a shell. I saw, also, considerable smoke rising above Newport News. It is reported that an engagement has also commenced between Sowell's Point and one of the Federal ships; but this requires confirmation. I cannot give further particulars in time for the mail. The news from Hatteras causes much excitement here, and prompt measures will no doubt be taken to assist in driving away the vandals that have landed on the soil of North Carolina. I do not deem it expedient, howeve
correspondent of the Washington Star writes: Near Hunter's Chapel,Va., Aug. 30. --I write to give you some particulars as to the position of the Confederate fh the late of the Great Republic. From Northern Missouri. Quincy, Ill., Aug. 30 --A body of Secessionists, estimated at 2,500, under Martin Green, took into near Palmyra and forced to return. From Southern Missouri. Cairo, Aug. 30 --A flag of truce arrived this afternoon, from New Madrid, at the Federag back on New Madrid. Scheme for the Banishment of negroes. Washington, Aug. 30. --The Governor of Fernando Po has been authorized by the Spanish Governmestern Virginia. We copy the following from the Philadelphia Inquirer of August 30th: It is to be feared that Gen. Rosencranz has not accomplished what the he Slavocracy to immediate recognition. Disloyal employees. Washington, Aug. 30 --Of the alleged disloyal employees in the Treasury Department, it has b
Further from Europe. St. Johns, Aug. 30 --The steamer Arage, from Southampton on the 21st, passed Cape Race this morning for New York. The crippied steamer Etna had arrived at Queenstown, and the passengers were transferred to the steamer Glasgow, to sail on the 22d. The steamer Arabia arrived at Liverpool on the 17th. Prince Alfred was received at Liverpool with great enthusiasm. The King of Sweden had left England for home. The steamer Great Eastern was expected to take more troops to Canada. The applications for discount at the Bank of England were moderate. Loans on the Stock Exchange were offered at 3½ per cent. Foreign exchange was slightly high. American securities were unaltered. Advices from France say that a deficiency in the wheat crop is generally admitted. Accounts from Italy say the reactionists were everywhere beaten by Vicar-General Sorrento. Twenty-nine priests and three monks have been arrested and the reactionists
Running the blockade. New York, Aug. 30. --The steamer Matanzas brings Matanzas dates to the 25th inst. A British schooner had arrived there, having run the blockade off Newborn, and sailed again for Charleston. A ship from Charleston had also arrived there, having run the blockade.