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Substitute wanted --To go to Coaffin's Bluff, nine miles below Richmond, in a heavy artillery company. For one over 45 a liberal price will be paid. Apply to Mr James Moore, on French inst near the 1st Market. Jas W Walker. my 23--3
ties, in Kentucky, is increasing. Four rebel regiments of infantry have passed through Jamestown, and twenty-four more regiments are reported at Morristown, East Tennessee. Gen. Buckner is said to be at Clinton. There are rebel pickets on the Cumberland river at every available point. It is said that three brigades have reinforced Gen. Bragg, but the probability is that those troops had gone to assist Gen. Pemberton at Vicksburg, and that they comprised those of Gens. Churchill, Gist, and Walker. From Mississippi. Our news via Fredericksburg anticipates the news in the Herald with reference to the condition of affairs near Vicksburg. It says that the official reports of Gen. Grant's action at Jackson and the capture of that city, forwarded by Gen. Hurlburt from Memphis, merely mentions that "the Capitol was burned," but does not state by whom. It assumes not to know whether it was done by the troops of Gen. Grant, by the rebels in retreating, or by accident. The meet