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of two acres 250 of our own and the enemy's dead were found." --The death of Gen. Stein, of Missouri, is confirmed.
The latest intelligence from the Southwest is to the effect that Hindman, with his forces, was falling back to the vicinity of Little Rock, where a force of some 18,000 men is stationed under the com command of Gen. Holmes.
The principal camp is said to be at Austin, 25 miles north of Little Rock.
A voyage with rebels — Maury, Ferguson, and others on board the Arabia--WhatLittle Rock.
A voyage with rebels — Maury, Ferguson, and others on board the Arabia--What they said and How they looked.
A correspondent of the Boston Commercial Bulletin who crossed the Atlantic in the Arabia with the rebel Maury and a dozen of his fellow-traitors, gives the following interesting account of the incidents of the voyage:
At Halifax there came on board twelve or thirteen rebels, or Southerners if you please, headed by that arch traitor and scoundrel M. F. Maury, formerly Lieutenant of the United States Navy, and for whom so much was done by our Government fo