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morning, and arrested Mrs. Jackson, mother of Elisworth's murderer, and her half-brother, named Moore.
Her house was situated within the rebel lines, and was used as a headquarters for their scouts.
It is believed that much information has been furnished them from this source.
She said there had been some thirty there, and she gave them a cup of tea. She or Moore would not give any satisfaction to the men sent by Gen. McCall, and were accordingly handed over to the provost guard here.--Wash. Cor. Phil. Inq.
Affairs in New York.
The following is a summary of news from New York up to the 4th inst:
The amount of the taxable property of the State has just been determined by the board of equalization.
The board has advanced the aggregate valuation from $1,419,297,560, the figure for the last year of peace, to $1,441,767,430 in the present year of war — an augmentation of very nearly $22,500,000. The city of New York gains by a very much larger ratio; the valuation in 1