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arrival at New York brings Vera Cruz dates to the 14th ult. A French steamer had arrived at Vera Cruz with an English schooner in tow, which she had captured in the Rio Grande with a cargo of arms valued at $300,000, intended for the Texas rebels, though the schooner cleared from Liverpool for Matamoras. Her officers report that five more vessels are loading for Matamoras. It is presumed the French anticipated the arms would get into Mexican hands. Miscellaneous. A letter, dated Warrenton, 5th inst., says: "Gregg's division of cavalry is at Amissville. Buford's is guarding the Rappahannock opposite Fredericksburg, and the infantry is mostly distributed along the line of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. It is thought we shall all soon be ordered down to Falmouth." New Orleans advices to the let have been received. Gen. Henon's division of Grant's army had arrived there. Ex-Mayor Stith had been released from Fort Pickens, and had arrived at New Orleans. Artic
York is preparing to test the constitutionality of the Conscript act. A large number of troops have been sent to New York and New England to preserve order. A terrific storm occurred recently around Reading, Pa. A vast amount of crops was destroyed. Emmettsburg has been nearly consumed by fire. Gordonsville, Aug. 9.--An intelligent gentleman arrived here to-day from Middleburg. He fled thence last Wednesday. The Yankee raiders were burning the wheat and destroying everything. They had carried off all the citizens they could capture, including two little boys caught plowing; also, all the horses, cattle and sheep. He reports that Meade's headquarters are at Catlett's Station, Sedgwick's at Warrenton. --Pleasanton's cavalry are at Warrenton Junction. The Yankees have sent back a certain number of each company to gather conscripts. They will, they say, remain where they are until the conscripts increase their force, when they will advance "on to Richmond."
Staff were riding along the lines when a shell fell in their midst, exploded, and wounded both animal and rider, a fragment striking the Adjutant in the back, in the thigh, cutting the femoral artery, and between the knee and ankle. He was carried from the field and expired in about three hours. His remains were sent down by the Central train to-day. No information has been received of movements of the enemy to-day; but from the most reliable sources Meade's headquarters are still at Warrenton, and a day or two since a portion of his army were picketing in the vicinity of Gaines's Cross Roads and Amosville; another encamped around the ford opposite Brandy Station, and a small force reported in Stafford. I can report nothing as to dispositions of our own army. A report prevails that Major-Gen. Hood has been promoted Lieutenant General, and Brig.-Gen. Wilcox to the rank of Major General. It is understood that on account of dissatisfaction among the officers and men of Rodes