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coming battle in a subordinate capacity to General Hunter, have failed. General Hunter arrived nd most of his staff departed to-day. General Hunter had an interview of one hour and a half's y take place, have received appointments on Gen. Hunter's staff. The removal of Fremont — greaAbout noon on the same day, an officer from Gen. Hunter's division arrived, bringing the unconditio was peremptory and admitted of no delay. General Hunter was not here, and General Fremont decided to General Pope, the ranking officer under Gen. Hunter. On the reception of this information, Fremont's relinquishing the command until General Hunter came up. Answer was returned that their reroper officer.--In the afternoon of the 3d, Gen. Hunter not having arrived, and no intelligence bei replied that he would accede to it in case Gen. Hunter should be heard from, and at once issued anmost determined manner; but the arrival of General Hunter, about ten o'clock in the evening, made a [4 more...]
arrying fuel to the fleet, made Hatteras Inlet during the gale, and hoisted the signal of distress, but could not be reached by the vessels inside. The Engagement between the rebel steamer Curlew and the Union batteries. The report of Captain Hunter, of the rebel steamer Curlew, of the engagement between himself and the Union batteries at Hatteras, reminds us of the famous report of Captain Hollins, and is equally true. In it he states that "he sighted his rifled gun at the Harriet Lanesays that he came within easy range. A person who was present at the time informs us that the Curlew did not venture within nearly four miles of the batteries, and that her shot fell short about one mile and a half. So much for the report of Captain Hunter. News from Gen. Banks's army. Darnestown, Nov. 4. --Several bodies of the victims of Ball's Bluff floated down the Potomac yesterday and Saturday. Five of them beached on the Virginia shore, and the rebel pickets solicited the a
ss the Potomac. Washington, Nov. 8. --On Wednesday a party of sixty rebel cavalry made their appearance at Burk's Station, on the Orange and Alexandria railroad, fourteen miles from Alexandria. On the Federal troops advancing, the enemy retired. A reconnaissance in force from Gen. Smith's division was yesterday made in the neighborhood of Vienna. Two miles beyond that place the rebel picket guard were forty strong, beyond which they had regiments in reserve. The wife of Dr. Hunter, who was taken prisoner on Wednesday, came within the lines of Gen. Smith's division to-day and obtained a pass to Washington. Two privates belonging to a Pennsylvania Regiment, and commented to Gen. M division, were that in mistake on Wednesday night, and by their own comrades, while on picket duty near Pobick Creek. Reception of the Swedish Minister by the President. Washington. Nov. 8. --The new Minister resident from Sweden and Norway, Edward, Count Piper, was prese