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From the North. late Northern news by way of Centreville. Centreville, Dec. 1,P. M. --New York papers of the 29th of November have been received here. The Herald. of that date, says that the destination of Butler and Burnside's expeditions is to reinforce Sherman at Port Royal. A portion of Butler's force left Hampton Roads on Wednesday last. The Times says that the Cabinet is divided on the policy to pursue in regard to slaves. Messrs. Chase, Cameron, and WelButler's force left Hampton Roads on Wednesday last. The Times says that the Cabinet is divided on the policy to pursue in regard to slaves. Messrs. Chase, Cameron, and Welles are in favor of emancipation, and Messrs, Seward, Blair, and Bates are against emancipation. The Herald expresses the opinion that McClellan will not advance. On the other hand all the signs are otherwise. Refugees who reached Centreville this evening, from Alexandria, report that an immense collection of wagon trains are on this side, and general movements are indicative of speedy operations. Forage is very scarce in Washington city, and animals are suffering severely. Coal
From the North. late Northern news by way of Centreville. Centreville, Dec. 1,P. M. --New York papers of the 29th of November have been received here. The Herald. of that date, says that the destination of Butler and Burnside's expeditions is to reinforce Sherman at Port Royal. A portion of Butler's force left Hampton Roads on Wednesday last. The Times says that the Cabinet is divided on the policy to pursue in regard to slaves. Messrs. Chase, Cameron, and Welles are in favor of emancipation, and Messrs, Seward, Blair, and Bates are against emancipation. The Herald expresses the opinion that McClellan will not advance. On the other hand all the signs are otherwise. Refugees who reached Centreville this evening, from Alexandria, report that an immense collection of wagon trains are on this side, and general movements are indicative of speedy operations. Forage is very scarce in Washington city, and animals are suffering severely. Coa
Centreville, Dec. 1,P. M. --New York papers of the 29th of November have been received here. The Herald. of that date, says that the destination of Butler and Burnside's expeditions is to reinforce Sherman at Port Royal. A portion of Butler's force left Hampton Roads on Wednesday last. The Times says that the Cabinet is divided on the policy to pursue in regard to slaves. Messrs. Chase, Cameron, and Welles are in favor of emancipation, and Messrs, Seward, Blair, and Bates are against emancipation. The Herald expresses the opinion that McClellan will not advance. On the other hand all the signs are otherwise. Refugees who reached Centreville this evening, from Alexandria, report that an immense collection of wagon trains are on this side, and general movements are indicative of speedy operations. Forage is very scarce in Washington city, and animals are suffering severely. Coal is not to be had, and wood is $10 per cord. General Fremont r
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. The Washington Star, of Friday, says that 12 regiments had crossed the Potomac within the preceding 24 hours, making the new division under Major-General Sumner. The name of Joseph regard is entered on the Clerk's roll of Virginia members in the Lincoln Congress. The enemy is exercising with their pontoon bridges. The European intervention in Mexico is coming to a head; and it is certain that the French ships-of-war are to rendezvous at Havana, between the 15th and 20th of December. The Yankees are jubilant over affairs at Tybee, and express surprise and joy at the rout of eight of the pickets of Radford's cavalry by 700 of the Federal cavalry at Drainesville the other day. They publish an official report of their success. Burnside's expedition is nearly ready.--Ten regiments are to get afloat. There were seventy desertions from one regiment after payment. A third marine expedition, under Captain David Forbes, of 80 vessels, is getting ready.
ering around him. The Mayoralty election in New York is exciting great interest there. Fernando Wood and Geo. Opdyke are candidates. Wood, in a late speech, advocated peace, and points at a free city move in New York. The New York Herald supports Wood. At Washington city a large number of the members of the Lincoln Congress have arrived. Congress meets on Monday, the 2d December. The Department reports are very voluminous. The Boston papers say that Messrs. Mason and Slidell are pleased at being allowed to read the papers at Fort Warren. They have made the acquaintance of political prisoners there, and are allowed the liberty of the garrison. The Washington Star, of Friday, says that 12 regiments had crossed the Potomac within the preceding 24 hours, making the new division under Major-General Sumner. The name of Joseph regard is entered on the Clerk's roll of Virginia members in the Lincoln Congress. The enemy is exercising with their pontoon b
in the Lincoln Congress. The enemy is exercising with their pontoon bridges. The European intervention in Mexico is coming to a head; and it is certain that the French ships-of-war are to rendezvous at Havana, between the 15th and 20th of December. The Yankees are jubilant over affairs at Tybee, and express surprise and joy at the rout of eight of the pickets of Radford's cavalry by 700 of the Federal cavalry at Drainesville the other day. They publish an official report of their success. Burnside's expedition is nearly ready.--Ten regiments are to get afloat. There were seventy desertions from one regiment after payment. A third marine expedition, under Captain David Forbes, of 80 vessels, is getting ready. A great banquet has been given to Captain Wilkes at Boston. The recreant Fairfax aired his treachery to his native State before his Yankee friends. The Hessian General, Bleaker, has resigned. The Florence Nightingale is beyond recovery.
From the North. late Northern news by way of Centreville. Centreville, Dec. 1,P. M. --New York papers of the 29th of November have been received here. The Herald. of that date, says that the destination of Butler and Burnside's expeditions is to reinforce Sherman at Port Royal. A portion of Butler's force left Hampton Roads on Wednesday last. The Times says that the Cabinet is divided on the policy to pursue in regard to slaves. Messrs. Chase, Cameron, and Welles are in favor of emancipation, and Messrs, Seward, Blair, and Bates are against emancipation. The Herald expresses the opinion that McClellan will not advance. On the other hand all the signs are otherwise. Refugees who reached Centreville this evening, from Alexandria, report that an immense collection of wagon trains are on this side, and general movements are indicative of speedy operations. Forage is very scarce in Washington city, and animals are suffering severely. Coa
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emont reached New York on Thursday, and the Abolitionists are clustering around him. The Mayoralty election in New York is exciting great interest there. Fernando Wood and Geo. Opdyke are candidates. Wood, in a late speech, advocated peace, and points at a free city move in New York. The New York Herald supports Wood. Wood, in a late speech, advocated peace, and points at a free city move in New York. The New York Herald supports Wood. At Washington city a large number of the members of the Lincoln Congress have arrived. Congress meets on Monday, the 2d December. The Department reports are very voluminous. The Boston papers say that Messrs. Mason and Slidell are pleased at being allowed to read the papers at Fort Warren. They have made the acquaintanWood. At Washington city a large number of the members of the Lincoln Congress have arrived. Congress meets on Monday, the 2d December. The Department reports are very voluminous. The Boston papers say that Messrs. Mason and Slidell are pleased at being allowed to read the papers at Fort Warren. They have made the acquaintance of political prisoners there, and are allowed the liberty of the garrison. The Washington Star, of Friday, says that 12 regiments had crossed the Potomac within the preceding 24 hours, making the new division under Major-General Sumner. The name of Joseph regard is entered on the Clerk's roll of Virginia members in th
From the North. late Northern news by way of Centreville. Centreville, Dec. 1,P. M. --New York papers of the 29th of November have been received here. The Herald. of that date, says that the destination of Butler and Burnside's expeditions is to reinforce Sherman at Port Royal. A portion of Butler's force left Hampton Roads on Wednesday last. The Times says that the Cabinet is divided on the policy to pursue in regard to slaves. Messrs. Chase, Cameron, and Welles are in favor of emancipation, and Messrs, Seward, Blair, and Bates are against emancipation. The Herald expresses the opinion that McClellan will not advance. On the other hand all the signs are otherwise. Refugees who reached Centreville this evening, from Alexandria, report that an immense collection of wagon trains are on this side, and general movements are indicative of speedy operations. Forage is very scarce in Washington city, and animals are suffering severely. Coal
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ntreville this evening, from Alexandria, report that an immense collection of wagon trains are on this side, and general movements are indicative of speedy operations. Forage is very scarce in Washington city, and animals are suffering severely. Coal is not to be had, and wood is $10 per cord. General Fremont reached New York on Thursday, and the Abolitionists are clustering around him. The Mayoralty election in New York is exciting great interest there. Fernando Wood and Geo. Opdyke are candidates. Wood, in a late speech, advocated peace, and points at a free city move in New York. The New York Herald supports Wood. At Washington city a large number of the members of the Lincoln Congress have arrived. Congress meets on Monday, the 2d December. The Department reports are very voluminous. The Boston papers say that Messrs. Mason and Slidell are pleased at being allowed to read the papers at Fort Warren. They have made the acquaintance of political pr
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