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ttles in Western Maryland:
Major-General Hooker, wounded the foot; Major-General Sedgwick, wounded severely in three places; Major General Rodman, mortally wounded.
Major-General Richardson, wounded in shoulder severely; Brigadier-General Mansfield, killed; Brigadier General Hartsuft, severely; Brigadier-General Dana, slight; Brigadier-General Weber, Brigadier-General Duryea, all slightly wounded.
The Indian War — Dreadful Atrocities.
Lincoln has authorized the Governor of Minnesota to let the draft go by default, and attend to the Indians.
The troops raising in that State are therefore, to be sent to the frontier.
The Manchester Record gives an account of the massacre at Lake Shetek. Seven of the survivors have reached that town, among them several women.
The Record says:
Mrs. Eastlick thinks the Lake Shotek settlement was attacked by about ten Indians.
Mr. Ireland was left on the prairie apparently mortally wounded.
Mrs. Eastlick supposed to be dead; one