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Army of the Potomac [our own correspondent] Cainsville, Nov. 14. One of the most frequent questions asked here is, "Do you hear any talk of going into winter quarters?" Every one seems to be of the opinion that within a few weeks military operations will have to be suspended on account of the severe weather, and that our army will desire to Richmond or behind the Rappahannock, and go into more comfortable quarters until spring. The great expectations if a fight have gradually given way, until now but few entertain any hopes of one or, at least, believe the advance of the enemy exceedingly problematical. Arguing upon general principles it is difficult to imagine how McClellan, occupying the position he does before the Northern people, can avoid living battle before the season closes I have seen, by the extracts from the Northern press that public opinion is strongly urging the army on, and it remains to be seen whether McClellan is strong enough to resist the tide that is b
c Blockading Squadron. Hon. Gidson Welies, Secretary of the Navy, Washington. Important from Washington--two millions dollars worth of cotton seized at Beaufort--South Carolinian Professing loyalty to the Federal Government. Washington, Nov. 14 --The general order of Secretary Weles, announcing the brilliant success of the combined army and navy forces at Port Royal, was officially read at the Washington Navy-Yard his afternoon, there being an especial muster for that purpose.--Aw much he may damage the Union cause by lying, and should at once be placed in Fort Warren, without the privilege of pen, ink, and paper, until the conclusion of the war. Important arrest in Boston — capture of as English steamer, Boston, Nov. 14. --Samuel P. Skinner, of New Belford, was convicted in the United States Circuit Court to- day of fitting out the Margaret Scott as a slaver. On the person of James Brown arrested as a Secessionist yesterday, was found a letter from W
Northern news Via Manassas. the late Federal victory in Kentucky Insisted on — Confederate Flag used as curtains in the Federal Nary Department-- over the Port Royal victory — John Cocheane's speech, &c. Manassas, Nov. 8. --We have received here he Washington city Star, of Nov. 14, and I end you a brief synopsis of some of the points of news. The Star insists on the accuracy of the Federal report announcing a brilliant victory near Piketon, Ky., but changes the of the triumphs to Prestonsburg. It says that the number of prisoners is 7,000 instead of 1,000, and that Generals Williams and Howe are among the prisoners. The Confederates' it reports to be quite four hundred.--This report is evidently for Northern consumption. The flags captured at Port Royal are now in use as curtains in the Navy Department It states that the Confederate force on the Eastern Shore of Maryland has been increased about 1,000, and that Gen. Dix has sent a Federal for