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The Elections in the United States. --It is said that the Baltimore Clipper, of the 6th, puts down the following as the result in the three States ed as far as heard from at that date: New York — Seymour elected Governor; 19 Democrats and 18 Republicans elected to Congress. New Jersey--Parker, Democrat, elected Governor, and 4 Democrats and 1 Republican elected to Congress.--Illinois--Six Democrats and 5 Republicans elected to Congress. Two doubtful.
From Northern Virginia--a raid of the enemy at Fredericksburg. We have very little later intelligence of operations in Northern Virginia. So far as we are informed, indications seem to justify the conclusion that an advance of the enemy is contemplated. It is said that the corps of the Dutch General Sigel crossed the Rappahannock river on Friday night last. Considerable skirmishing has occurred within the last two or three days in the vicinity of Warrenton. We have intelligence ofNorthern Virginia. So far as we are informed, indications seem to justify the conclusion that an advance of the enemy is contemplated. It is said that the corps of the Dutch General Sigel crossed the Rappahannock river on Friday night last. Considerable skirmishing has occurred within the last two or three days in the vicinity of Warrenton. We have intelligence of a Yankee raid upon the town of Fredericksburg. Mr. R. H. Mullen, who left the town after our own troops had retired, and while the enemy were still in possession, has furnished as with the following account of the raid. About 9 o'clock yesterday morning the enemy's cavalry, supposed to number some three or four hundred, crossed the river at Falmouth, and dashed into the town, through Commerce, Main, and Princess Anne streets. Our forces in the town consisted of four companies of cavalry,
General Loring and the Enlisting Difficulties in Southwestern Virginia. General Loring has made the following report to the Secretary of War relative to the obstacles it is alleged he threw in the way of recruiting for the Virginia State Line under Gen. Floyd: Headq's Dep't Western Virginia, Charleston, Va., Sept. 22, 1862. Hon. Geo. W. Randolph,Secretary of War, Richmond, Va. Sir: --I observe in the late message of the Governor of the State certain charges that, exceeding my authority as a Confederate officer, I had improperly and mischievously interfered with the non-conscripts in Southwest Virginia, and demoralized the militia. Deprecating a controversy with the Governor, and disclaiming accountability to him for my official acts, I deem it proper to lay my action on the subject before you. In accordance with your telegram of August 15th, stating "persons in the employment of the Government are not regarded as ble to militia duty," and directing me "to re