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a division in Early's army, died this morning. P. H. Sheridan, Major-General Commanding. Grant telegraphs Stanton of the fact of his having fired a shotted salute in honor of the victory, and says: Turning what bid fair to be a action of General Dix. It is said that Secretary Seward is opposed to it. There is all sorts of talk on the subject; of Stanton's resignation if Seward backs down, "c. From the Trans-Mississippi. The Herald of Saturday says: By the tal, and will, with a number of other secession women, be returned to their friends via Suffolk. Miscellaneous. Stanton telegraphs that the telegraph line to Atlanta is working, but no dispatches of importance have been received. The Pennett's house on the 20th. The Herald of the 22d advises a union of all parties on "Little Mac. " The Herald says Stanton is in favor of demanding from the British Government the surrender of Jacob Thompson, of Mississippi, (former Secretary