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Northern items. The Victorious Yankees (?) Generals of Somerset. The New York Herald publishes sketches of the lives of the two Yankee Generals engaged in the last battle at Somerset, Ky., and of our own lamented Zollicoffer: Brig. Gen. Alvin Schoepff, the commander-in-chief during the engagement, is a foreigner bSomerset, Ky., and of our own lamented Zollicoffer: Brig. Gen. Alvin Schoepff, the commander-in-chief during the engagement, is a foreigner by birth, and was appointed by Lincoln to his present position as from the State of Maryland. Schoepff, when he came to this country, was penniless. He hired himself as a porter in one of the New York hotels, from whence he went to Washington, still acting in this capacity. In the Federal Capital he became acquainted with Mr. Hol
. Herald says:
We are entering upon the most exciting period of the war. Its real work is only just commencing.
The victory just obtained by our troops at Somerset has been a most sanguinary affair, and will be followed by a succession of other conflicts of a similar character.
Between this and May we shall either have to