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t would be attempted Friday or Saturday night list. It was also said transports had been prepared with logs and cotton bulkheads to run the batteries. The reported arrival of Gen. Osterhaus, with a heavy force at Carthage, ten miles below Warrenton, on the Louisiana side, is confirmed. A special dispatch to the N. Y. Herald mentions a rumor that McClellan has tendered his resignation, and says the War Department has decided to muster out the two years regiments, to date from the timelinquish the battery and all but 20 prisoners. The enemy was pursued until dark. Seven Yankee iron clads are expected to run the blockade at Vicksburg on Friday or Saturday night. Gen. Osterhaus has arrived at Carthage, 10 miles below Warrenton, on the Louisiana side, with a heavy force. The Chronicle editorially says: The Charleston "enterprise" may be abandoned for a time, but efforts to suppress the rebellion will go forward. The horse artillery which President Lincoln re