dates of the 17th ultimo are received.
The London Times
expresses astonishment at the manner in which United States
bonds are absented at Frankfort
, adding that each successive fall is regarded by the investing bondholders with gratification instead of dismay.
believes that Graht's campaign will continue unless the danger to Washington
be so great as to demand the return of the main body of Grant
The capture of Richmond
is considered the test of the ability of the North
to make a permanent impression on the Confederacy
The rebel loan advanced three per cent on the news of Grant
's repulse before Petersburg
, closing at 77@79.
A three-funnelled steamer anchored off Fever island on the 13th, and sailed again the same evening.
She is supposed to be a blockade-runner, and it is believed she is to carry an immense supply of clothing to the Confederacy