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Assault with Rocks. --The Mayor, yesterday, ordered punishment to be bestowed on Winston, slave of John Sinton, for assaulting Adelaine, slave of E. Yerby, while in charge of several of the latter's children, some of whom came near being struck by the missiles thrown by the above colored rascal. The master of the nurse luckily observed the proceeding, and succeeded, after a chase, in overhauling the scamp and handing him over to Captain Wilkinson. His punishment was deserved, and if the stripes which he got were "well laid on," surely nobody will complain.
From Chambersburg — arrival of Colonel Yohe's Regiment — advance movement towards Virginia. Chambersburg, June 3. --The First Pennsylvania Regiment, under Col. Yohe, arrived here from Baltimore this evening. This makes eleven full regiments at this point. Capt. Kennedy, the commander of the Union Home Guards, of Williamsport arrived here to-day, and asks for a forward movement of troops in that direction. Capt Kennedy reports that Allen's regiment of Virginia infantry left on FridayCol. Yohe, arrived here from Baltimore this evening. This makes eleven full regiments at this point. Capt. Kennedy, the commander of the Union Home Guards, of Williamsport arrived here to-day, and asks for a forward movement of troops in that direction. Capt Kennedy reports that Allen's regiment of Virginia infantry left on Friday night, taking with them their two brass field-pieces. The ford opposite Williamsport is guarded by a company of dragoons, and all the crossings above Harper's Ferry are guarded by cavalry, except that at Sheppardstown. He confirms the report of the skirmish on Saturday between his company and the Virginians, and he believes that three of the enemy were wounded. When the Virginians retreated they burned a bridge crossing a creek between Williamsport and Falling Waters, in Virginia. The brid
t obnoxious to its former many readers. On Thursday last a splendid troop of cavalry from Rockingham county, under the command of Captain Yancey, from McGaheysville, passed through town. Captain Yancey is the third brother who have command of volunteers from that county, one of whom is in command of another troop of horse, and the other of a company of light infantry. This morning ninety-six gallant and chivalrous looking volunteers from Luray, Page county, under the command of Capt. Young, left in the cars, and Capt. F. W. M. Holliday's Rifle Mountain Rangers will leave in a few days. They will maintain Nature's first, noblest, and universal law, among the many thousand gallant spirits who have God for their bulwark and truth for their power; and, when the period arrives, they will not stop to number the foe. There are so many vague rumors at this point in reference to the Lincoln cut-throats being quartered near the Berkeley line, that, as I cannot be definite, I wi
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ing laid over one day at Montgomery. Ala., and are probably en route for Manassas. The following is list of the officers: Lieut. Col., G. Coppens. Major W. Hillested. Surgeon Ashton Miles. Adjutant F. C. Zacharle. L. Ange, Captain, Co. "A." G. Fabre, 1st Lieutenant Ge. "A." L. Florence, 2d Lieutenant Co. "A." M. George, 3d Lieutenant Co. "A." F. Bordinare, Capt. Co. "B." D. Alexandrie, 1st Lieutenant. R. Duaros, 2d Lieutenant. C. Boumer, 3d Lieutenant. H. H. Zacharie, Captain Co. "C." V. Minot, 1st Lieutenant. W. Frerit, 2d Lieutenant. J. McNeil, 3d Lieutenant. N. Lauve, Captain Co. "D." C. Mansoul, 1st Lieutenant. C. Lettellier, 2d Lieutenant. A. Gaillard, 3d Lieutenant. F. De Gournay, Captain Co. "E." S. Pierson, 1st Lieutenant. J. Kean, 2d Lieutenant. A. Robira, 3d Lieutenant. A. Copens, Captain Co. "F." O. Lauve, 1st Lieutenant. W. F. Foxter, 2d Lieutenant. A. Holfin, 3d Lieutenant. The volunteers were original
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nto a paroxysm of excitement by the arrival of the New Orleans Zouaves — a battalion of six hundred and thirty, as unique and picturesque looking Frenchmen as ever delighted the oculars of Napoleon the three.--They are just from Pensacola, which they left about eight days ago; having laid over one day at Montgomery. Ala., and are probably en route for Manassas. The following is list of the officers: Lieut. Col., G. Coppens. Major W. Hillested. Surgeon Ashton Miles. Adjutant F. C. Zacharle. L. Ange, Captain, Co. "A." G. Fabre, 1st Lieutenant Ge. "A." L. Florence, 2d Lieutenant Co. "A." M. George, 3d Lieutenant Co. "A." F. Bordinare, Capt. Co. "B." D. Alexandrie, 1st Lieutenant. R. Duaros, 2d Lieutenant. C. Boumer, 3d Lieutenant. H. H. Zacharie, Captain Co. "C." V. Minot, 1st Lieutenant. W. Frerit, 2d Lieutenant. J. McNeil, 3d Lieutenant. N. Lauve, Captain Co. "D." C. Mansoul, 1st Lieutenant. C. Lettellier, 2d Lieutenant. A. Gaillard, 3d
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