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cahontas, 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 infantry and 10,000 cavalry — the cavalry under Gen. Davidson, and the whole expediting under command of Majo
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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 infantry and 10,000 cavalry — the cavalry under Gen. Davidson, and the whole expediting under command of Major General
nbrier. 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 infantry and 10,000 cavalry — the cavalry under Gen. Davidson, and the whole expediting under command of Major General Steels.
rs 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. During the affair the rebel batteries on James Island cre
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 infantry and 10,000 cavalry — the cavalry under Gen. Davidson, and the whole expediting under command of Major General Steels. The utmost consternation and alarm prevail in the border counties of Missouri, in consequence of the orders of Gen. Ewing and the threatened invasion from Kansas. Gen. Ewing's order required the inhabitant in Jackson, Cass and Bates counties to abandon their homes and assemble 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
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 infantry and 10,000 cavalry — the cavalry under Gen. Davidson, and the whole expediting under command of Major General Steels. The
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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 infantry and 10,000 cavalry — the cavalry under Gen. Davidson, and the whole expediting under command of Major General Steels. The utmost consternation and alarm prevail in the border counties of Missouri, in consequence of the orders of Gen. Ewing and the threatened invasion from Kansas. Gen. Ewing's o
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le serious opposition. All of East Tennessee except the Chattanooga region has been evacuated by the rebels and is now free. Kingston is on the Church river, and also on the line of the Tennessee Railroad. General Rosecrans's army is also successfully operating, and will shortly surmount the difficulties opposing the advance on Chattanooga. General doubt occupied Knoxville by this time. The following telegrams has been received in Washington. For a Miles South of Bridgeport September 2. --The army is well across the Tennessee, and occupies a strong position several miles South of the river. No resistance was made Reconnaissances have been made to Trenton, Georgia, without finding the enemy in force. He is said to be intrenched East of Chattanooga. The trestle bridge at Bridgeport, inst completed this morning, gave way this afternoon while the train of the 4th Michigan battery was crossing. One male only was drowned, the water not being over four feet deep.
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ssouri, in consequence of the orders of Gen. Ewing and the threatened invasion from Kansas. Gen. Ewing's order required the inhabitant in Jackson, Cass and Bates counties to abandon their homes and assemble 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 to9th 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. Colla
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uesday: 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. During the affair the rebel batteries on James Island created great have among their own men, killing and wounding a number. Sumter is a useless of .. shot is fired .. pounder Parrott, that gan having been found as good as ever, the only it sustained being the loss of a portion of its muzzle. The rebels succeeded in remounting a gun in one corner
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