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Fight at Tuscumbia. Mobile, December 15. --A special dispatch to the Advertiser and Register, dated Okolona, 14th inst, says: "We learn from official sources that the Federals attacked and routed Rudd's cavalry, day before yesterday, at Tuscumbia. No particulars received. Thirty Yankee cavalry advanced within two miles of Baldwin to-day. Scouts report a large force in the vicinity, and the cavalry camped six miles south of Runfee (?) last night are advancing in this direction to-day. "
The Railroad Convention. Augusta, Dec. 15. --The Convention of railroad officials met here this morning. Business committees were appointed, and the Convention then adjourned until to-morrow.
Yankee gunboats near Charleston. Charleston, Dec. 15. --The enemy's gunboats have again been shelling James Island at intervals to-day, without effect.
d crew of the Alabama, while in charge of the Ariel, was extremely courteous. They were in regular communication with the United States, both by letters and papers and were fully cognizant of our days of sailing, and that there were no cruisers to intercept her in these waters. For this reason the specie to come by the Ariel was left at Aspinwall as Capt. Jones did not think it prudent to bring it. The Outrages in Fredericksburg. A letter in the Tribune, dated Fredericksburg, December 15th, says: The old mansion of Douglas Gordon — perhaps the wealthiest citizen in the vicinity — is new used as the headquarters of Gen. Howard, but before he occupied it every room had been torn with shot, and then all the elegant furniture and works of art broken and smashed by the soldiers, who burst into the house after having driven the rebel sharpshooters from behind it. When I entered it early this morning, before its occupation by Gen. Howard, I found the soldiers of his five div
Southern Association Dispatchesfurther Northern news. Resignation of Lincoln's Secretary of the Interior--a New rebel privateer out. Petersburg, Jan. 7. --The Philadelphia Inquirer, of the 4th inst., has been received at Ivor Station. It has no general news of importance, but contains some items of interest. The Paris correspondent of the New York Commercial under date of December 15th, says there is no doubt that a secret league exists between Mr. Slidell and the French Government, Slidell being naturally interested in affairs at New Orleans, where his property has been confiscated; and the French Government looking upon Louisiana as almost a French province. The arrival of a French fleet at New Orleans was received with great joy by the Southerns, and the official journals in Paris announced the fact in terms which would have been offensive to any Government but that of the United States. The correspondent says that although indications are that while
Hustings, held for the city of Richmond on Monday, January 12th, 1863--present; J. K. Caskie, Recorder; Richard D. Sausay, Senior Alderman; N. C. Lipscombe, Wm. Timberlake, and Geo. N. Gwathmey, Aldermen. James Halsey, charged with permitting his slaves, Priscilla Redd and Lucy, to go at large contrary to law, was fined $10 and costs. Turner Richardson was fined $10 and costs for miles offence. George Hendley and Edward Laville, charged with assaulting Thomas Hayes on the 15th of December last, and robbing him of $552, were examined and acquitted. Patrick O'Donnell and Patrick O'Nell, charged with assaulting John W. Barnett, and robbing him of a shawl valued at $50, on the 8th of December last, were sent up for trial before Judge Lyons. Michael Ketor and Robert Stewart, charged with stealing $141.80, belonging to John Doherty, on the 10th of december last, were discharged. John Hodge, charged with stealing a pistol belonging to Lewis G. Spencer, was, after ex
Fifty Dollars reward --Absconded from my farm, near Ashland, Hanover county, about the 15th of December last, my man Joe, about 28 or 30 years of age, black complexion, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high. He was purchased by me in Richmond last fall, and formerly belonged to Wm Woodfin Cumberland county, about whose place he is supposed to be lurking. I will pay the above reward if delivered to C W Coleman, near Ashland, or lodged in some jail so I get him again. W A Dick. Ashland, Hanover county, February 13, 1863. fe 14--2tsw4w*
Fifty Dollars reward. --Absconded from my farm, near Ashland, Hanover county, about the 15th of December last, my man Job, about 28 or 30 years of age, black complexion, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high. He was purchased by me in Richmond last fall, and formerly belonged to Wm. Woodfin Cumberland county, about whose place he is supposed to be in king. I will pay the above reward if delivered to C. W. Coleman, near Ashland, or lodged in some jail so I get him again. W. A. Dick. Ashland, Hanover county, February 13, 1863, fe 14--2taw4w*
Fifty dollars Reward. --Absconded from my farm, near Ashland, Hanover county, about the 15th of December last, my men Joe, about 28 or 30 years of age, black complexion, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high. He was purchased by me in Richmond last fall, and formerly belonged to Wm. Woodfin, Cumberland county. About whose place he is supposed to be lurking. I will pay the above reward if delivered to C. W. Coleman near Ashland, or lodged in some jail so I get his again. W. A. Dick. Ashland, Hanover county, February 13, 1863 fe 14--2taw4w*
The Siege of Charleston. Charleston, Dec. 15. --no firing last night. All quiet this morning. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, Dec. 15 P.M --The enemy fired fourteen shells at the city this morning. Seven buildings were struck, but no person injured. Our batteries replied. No firing on Sumter, and no new movements on the part of the enemy. The Siege of Charleston. Charleston, Dec. 15. --no firing last night. All quiet this morning. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, Dec. 15 P.M --The enemy fired fourteen shells at the city this morning. Seven buildings were struck, but no person injured. Our batteries replied. No firing on Sumter, and no new movements on the part of the enemy.
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