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the Indianians got about $450 in gold from the pockets of the killed Tennessee rebels. The Tennessee regiment that left camp Dick Robinson did not arrive at Wildcat until after the battle. They however saw the bodies of 14 rebels, and recognized them as East Tennesseeans. Nelson Brigade going Forward. The Louisville Journal, of the 26th ult., says: The Cincinnati Commercial learns from Mr. David Thomas, of that city, Suller of Colonel Harris's regiment, that he left Gen. Nelson at McCormack's Gap, on the road from Olympian Spring to Prestonsburg. The brigade consisted of the Ohio 2d, 21st, and 33d; Metcalf's Kentucky regiment, about six hundred men, and Captain Kunkle's Artillery, six pieces. The effective force was about four thousand men. Col. Len. A. Harris, with the 2d Ohio, had the advance. They expected to be as Hazel Green, where the enemy have been reported in considerable force on Thursday night. The troops were in high spirits, and full of determina
r. Stevens was entirely loyal. After this announcement had been made the laity cast their votes, which stood as follows: For approval 85; against 37, and division 2--making a total of 123 votes cast. Bishop Potter then declared Dr. Stevens elected. Yesterday U. S. Marshal Millward sold, at the Merchants' Exchange, one-sixth part of the schooner Alliance, the same being the property of Charles Pettigrew, a native of the State of North Carolina, for the sum of $195. The purchaser was T. C. Nelson. Also the two-sixteenths of the schooner J. H. Burnett, the property of Gideon and Freely Moore, residents of North Carolina. Nathan Champlin, was the buyer, at $205. At the solicitation of Gov. Curtin, Right Rev. Bishop Wood has forwarded to Harrisburg the names of several Catholic Chaplains for Pennsylvania regiments, the object being to place them in the army. On Wednesday a commission was sent from the Executive to Rev. M. F. Martin, of the Cathedral, who has been appointed Ch