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ill floats over the ruins, a sufficient force being kept there to replace it whenever it is shot away. Battery Gregg had received a sharp bombardment from one of the monitors, the shot passing through the fort. A very important movement of Admiral Dahlgren's fleet on Tuesday night last was prevented by the setting in of a heavy storm of wind and rain; which continued at intervals up to the time the Spaulding left, thus hindering the prosecution of this important enterprise up to that time. Alels of the fleet during the storm, all being safely at anchor inside the bar. The steamer Home, fitted out by the Navy Department as a resort for the officers and crews of the monitors in which to recuperate and rest, had also arrived. Both Admiral Dahlgren and Gen. Gillmore are in good health and fine spirits, perfectly confident in the final success of their effort to humble the cradle of treason, and to "repossess and reoccupy the forts and other public property of the United State" in Charl
hicola. She had on board, when captured, an assorted cargo, valued at about one hundred and fifty thousand and dollars. Private dispatches received in Wheeling announce the return to Huntersville, Randolph county, of the expedition under Gen. Averill? recently sent out by Gen. Kelley.--Gen. Averill route extended through the counties of Sturdy, Pendleton, Highland, Pocahontas, and Greenbrier. He destroyed the saltpetre works in Pendleton, and drove Jackson out of Pocahontas pursuing him Gen. Averill route extended through the counties of Sturdy, Pendleton, Highland, Pocahontas, and Greenbrier. He destroyed the saltpetre works in Pendleton, and drove Jackson out of Pocahontas pursuing him to Greenbrier, near the White Sulphur Springs. At Rocky Gap he encountered the forces of Gen. Jones and Col. Patton, and had a severe action, in which he lost about one hundred men in killed and wounded, including several officers. Writs of election, dated August 26, for a Judge of the First Judicial District of Virginia, composed of the counties of Princess Anne, Norfolk, Nansemond, Isle of Wight, &c., have been forwarded to the Sheriffs of the different counties in said district, for an
dollars. Private dispatches received in Wheeling announce the return to Huntersville, Randolph county, of the expedition under Gen. Averill? recently sent out by Gen. Kelley.--Gen. Averill route extended through the counties of Sturdy, Pendleton, Highland, Pocahontas, and Greenbrier. He destroyed the saltpetre works in Pendleton, and drove Jackson out of Pocahontas pursuing him to Greenbrier, near the White Sulphur Springs. At Rocky Gap he encountered the forces of Gen. Jones and Col. Patton, and had a severe action, in which he lost about one hundred men in killed and wounded, including several officers. Writs of election, dated August 26, for a Judge of the First Judicial District of Virginia, composed of the counties of Princess Anne, Norfolk, Nansemond, Isle of Wight, &c., have been forwarded to the Sheriffs of the different counties in said district, for an election to be held on Monday, September 28, to supply the place of Richard H. Baker, who has failed to take
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eir destruction. Gen. Schofield, with his staff, left St. Louis on Monday for the bounder, to give his personal attention to affairs there and to inaugurate energetic for ridding that region of the brigands under Quantrell. The funeral of J. W. Collamove, late Mayor or .. took .. Thursday afternoon, Dr. Garnett in Boston. The schooner Ella, recently arrived at New York from Nassau with a cargo of trait, has been discovered to be the same vessel which, under the name of the Retribution, the rebels used for some time as a privateer. She has been seized by the authorities. Gen. Jeff. Thompson and Capt. Hay his Adjutant General, have been committed to the military prison in St. Louis. He managed to destroy all his important papers before the Federal officer captured him. The New York gold market was highly excited Friday, opening at 134½ and closing at 133 ½. On Saturday, at the morning board it was quoted at 131. In Baltimore Saturday gold was quoted at 134.
out by the Navy Department as a resort for the officers and crews of the monitors in which to recuperate and rest, had also arrived. Both Admiral Dahlgren and Gen. Gillmore are in good health and fine spirits, perfectly confident in the final success of their effort to humble the cradle of treason, and to "repossess and reoccupy t and its vicinity. The steamship Fulton arrived at New York yesterday, having left Charleston harbor on Tuesday. She brings but little additional crews. Gen. Gillmore has succeeded in running a parallel up to Fort Wagner. The monitors, it is said, had been with drawn from the attack on Forth Moultrie, but we think there is eneral Lee has not given the slightest evidence of a purpose to move his forces. On the other hand; he is waiting for the result of the operations of Rosecrans, Gillmore, and Burnside. The opinion prevails among the most intelligent of our officers at headquarters that if those operations are successful Lee will propose terms of
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sent out by Gen. Kelley.--Gen. Averill route extended through the counties of Sturdy, Pendleton, Highland, Pocahontas, and Greenbrier. He destroyed the saltpetre works in Pendleton, and drove Jackson out of Pocahontas pursuing him to Greenbrier, near the White Sulphur Springs. At Rocky Gap he encountered the forces of Gen. Jones and Col. Patton, and had a severe action, in which he lost about one hundred men in killed and wounded, including several officers. Writs of election, dated August 26, for a Judge of the First Judicial District of Virginia, composed of the counties of Princess Anne, Norfolk, Nansemond, Isle of Wight, &c., have been forwarded to the Sheriffs of the different counties in said district, for an election to be held on Monday, September 28, to supply the place of Richard H. Baker, who has failed to take the oath of allegiance to the United States Government. The St. Louis Union states that the force now advancing on Little Rock consists of about 20,000 i
eir destruction. Gen. Schofield, with his staff, left St. Louis on Monday for the bounder, to give his personal attention to affairs there and to inaugurate energetic for ridding that region of the brigands under Quantrell. The funeral of J. W. Collamove, late Mayor or .. took .. Thursday afternoon, Dr. Garnett in Boston. The schooner Ella, recently arrived at New York from Nassau with a cargo of trait, has been discovered to be the same vessel which, under the name of the Retribution, the rebels used for some time as a privateer. She has been seized by the authorities. Gen. Jeff. Thompson and Capt. Hay his Adjutant General, have been committed to the military prison in St. Louis. He managed to destroy all his important papers before the Federal officer captured him. The New York gold market was highly excited Friday, opening at 134½ and closing at 133 ½. On Saturday, at the morning board it was quoted at 131. In Baltimore Saturday gold was quoted at 134.
ity of the above] T announcement Union victory at the polls in California Union candidate for Governor will have probably twenty thousand majority, and the Congressional delegation will no doubt be a unit. The elections in Vermont and California have settled beyond all doubt the complexion of the next House of Representatives. A Memphis dispatch furnishes New Orleans dates to the 28th ult. An expedition for some point in the Gulf was nearly ready and would start in a few days. Gen. Grant was to leave Vicksburg on the 31st for New Orleans. The steamer Warrior, Capt Henry Wold., was captured sixty miles north of Tortugas She was from Havana, bound to Apalachicola. She had on board, when captured, an assorted cargo, valued at about one hundred and fifty thousand and dollars. Private dispatches received in Wheeling announce the return to Huntersville, Randolph county, of the expedition under Gen. Averill? recently sent out by Gen. Kelley.--Gen. Averill route extend
semble at certain Specified posts by the 9th of September, and directed that all hay left in those counties should be furnished. At the same time it is announced that Gen. Laue will enter Missouri force on the 9th of September, There is a general conviction that independence the most important town in Jackson county, is to be plundered and reduced to ashes. The moneys of the bank at that place have been removed to St. Louis for safety The records of the three counties — Jackson, Bates, and Cass — have also been removed to prevent their destruction. Gen. Schofield, with his staff, left St. Louis on Monday for the bounder, to give his personal attention to affairs there and to inaugurate energetic for ridding that region of the brigands under Quantrell. The funeral of J. W. Collamove, late Mayor or .. took .. Thursday afternoon, Dr. Garnett in Boston. The schooner Ella, recently arrived at New York from Nassau with a cargo of trait, has been discovered to be the same ves
We have received, through the courtesy of the officers of the Exchange Bureau, Northern papers of Saturday the 5th inst. We condense the news from them into a short space, in view of the crowded condition of our columns. The Baltimore American has the following summary of the contents of its Charleston correspondence, which is as late as last Tuesday: The shelling of Charleston was resumed from the Marsh Battery on Sunday week, and a few shells were thrown into Charleston. Two seacoast mortars bearing on the city are being mounted by Gen. Gill more. Deserters from the rebels say the shells thrown into Charleston caused a great conflagration, one of them setting fire to a warehouse stored with cotton. They also report a number of persons killed. Battery Wagner is undermined, and its speedy fall looked for. On Wednesday Gen. Gillatore advanced his lines one hundred yards scaper this work, taking possession of the enemy's a rifle pits and capturing several prisoners.
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