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Alexandria Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1862, Alexandria, VirginiaPublished daily by Edgar Snow Den Job. . 104 Kin Street Over stones formerly French s Book store. Foreign items. Orders have been transmitted by the French government to their generals in Mexico that the operations of the expedition in the Interior of that country Are not to be commenced until the Middle of october or. Beresford Hope a candidate for Parlia ment lately addressed a meeting in his own be half. At the conclusion of his remarks a Reso Lution declaring he was not a fit and proper person to represent the audience in the House of commons was passed with much enthusiasm the archbishop of Canterbury has just died and people Are wondering who shall be the successor of the primate of ail England. Lord Palmerston As prime minister has the appointment in his hands and people talk of his Luck. He has filled once the sees of Lon Don. York Rochester Norwich Ripen and Worcester and twice those of Carlisle. Dur Ham and Gloucester and Bristol As Well As the Irish Primacy. Or. Lynaid Thomas has obtained permission from the British War department to manufacture a gun of sixteen tons weight on a new \ principle at the Roval Arsenal Woolwich. I tt7. _ we learn Horn the Unadee be erd Jias and other local papers of constantinople that another raid has been committed against the christians of Turkey. The fury of Mussulman a fanaticism has this time been directed towards the armenians of Zeytoun general Bixio writes from Genoa in regard to the statement that Garibaldi has been taken to an apartment specially prepared for aim at Java signals. He shows that no proper prepare j tons were made for the sufferer and he de j Nounes the italian ministers therefor. He j save that to Rattazzi Mav aspire to secure for himself the renown of being the defender of or Derand of repression but he can have no claim j to a reputation for humanity and it would be better for him to confine his official news to i hot. This communication caused some excitement in Italy. V among the lives lost by the burning of the Steamer Golden Gate in the Pacific Ocean Wos Thev. Cleveland Keith a member of the Jopis Copal Mission in China. Or. Keith was the youngest son of Rev. Limeuel Keith i. I for Many years a professor in the episcopal Semi j nary near a Ashington City railway is nearly Corr p a Ted 1.0 the Navy i avd and rapid Progress is leaking far out seventh Street. The work on vent ii Street South of the Avenue nver Ward m rapid Progress. I a Twenty eighth Pennsylvania formerly colonel Geary a went into wednesday s Bat y Uio Dand 185 wounded and brn if. Citing. War in the West and South. The advices from Louisville. By arc up to j monday evening and report a on. Brad s army 4 t. At Hodgesville Larew county moving on Bardstown 39 Miles South of Louisville. A skirmish occurred at Lebanon Junction on j sunday resulting in the defeat of the Konfed rates a Large number of the women Andthil Dren had left Louisville and the work on the i defences was actively progressing g in. Hum Jophrey Marshall with twelve thousand men and Tony two nieces of artillery was expected Tov i k reach Paris on sunday last it is supposed j they intend to loin. A on. Kirby Smith s Force a v at Lexington. A dispatch from Salt Lake City states that a party of fifteen persons bound for the East were recently attacked by the Snake indians at the cite of rocks they Fouert the indians w o for Twenty Miles losing six killed two wounded i and their outfit. Reports of Indian Dereda j tons northward Are coming in daily. Late Southern papers publish dispatches a Tei i Knoxville september 19th, stating that the Federal forces under Gen. Morgan evacuated _ _ Cumberland Gap on last thursday night a j dispatch from Mobile on the 16th says that j. Gen Price had driven the Federal forces to a wards Eastport miss capturing a Large Quan-1 Tity of stores. The Battle near Luka occurred j since the Date of the Telegram. The Confederate Steamer Nashville is report j de to be in ogee Chee River protected by a pow j Erfyl Battery waiting for a favourable oppo Tuni j to to come out 9 an of iela report states that the Federal for j Ces pursued quatre its guerrilla band in mis Sot i for fourteen Days several skirmishes of j curing Between the parties. Ail the trans j por tation and supplies of the guerrillas were i captured besides a Large Quantity of Camp j equipage and one Hundred horses. The new York correspondent of the Phila Delphia inquirer says it was not a pleasant sight to behold the new York 12th regiment March up Broadway As paroled prisoners of War. The Street was lined with spectators it is True but there was scarcely a cheer to Light in the Steps of the troops As they filed along the crowd seemed to it did not say we should like to Salute you As the heroes of Harper s ferry but we conscientiously can not the ladies thronged the windows at ail the hotels but not one of them condescended to wave her handkerchief to show that their services in the cause of their country were appreciated a a Gen. Tilghman recently released from imprisonment at fort Warren by Exchange is now at Jackson miss. He addressed the Citi Zens of thai place and according to a correspondent of the Ricl Raiyond dispatch stated Ata. Fort Warren Gem Buckner and himself were j thrown into a Dungeon thirty feet under the j ground and for four months and a half were j excluded from the Hight of Osy and not permit j of to Exchange a word with any living soul f la sit from e1tc0pe. The Steamer Nova Scotia from Queen own on the 11th, has arrived. Cotton Dull at a slight decline wheat steady com firm. It was reported that a general amnesty to Garibaldi and his followers was about being determined upon. The Europa s news from America reached London and Liverpool via queenstown., on saturday at noon and caused a great Sensa Tion being generally regarded As most discouraging for the cause of the u. S. North Ameri can securities in London became Dull the London times has an editorial on the justifications which just now Are being put Forth in the North for the War. It thinks the symptom a hopeful one for if reason is to he arbiter it is certain the War policy can never be sustained the daily news has an article in defence of american heroism and patriotism and condemns the sophistry of those who find fault that americans Are not sufficiently despond ent. The Liverpool Post advocates mediation and argues that England is the Power to medi ate and parsers on the Man the Index says that George n. Saunders brought no communications whatever from the Confederate government to the european commissioners. The Paris correspondent of the London times gives a version of Gen. Butler s difficulty with the French Consul at new Orleans very unfavourable to Gen. Butler. Important discoveries Are said to have been made which will enable jute to be used to a great extent As a substitute for Cotton. The article has in consequence advanced nearly 50 per cent since the beginning of the among the sheep in Wiltshire was making further Progress an official or Der from the Council prohibits the removal of any sheep or lambs from the infected districts. It is stated that the great reductions which have commenced in the Woolwich Arsenal will amount to 6,000 persons. The Iron cased frigate Royal Oak carrying 34 guns had been launched at Chatham. The Prince Jerome with French troops on Board had been destroyed by fire off Gibraltar no lives were lost. A Turin dispatch of the 10th instant says that the health of Garibaldi has improved but other accounts say that his wounds Are of a serious character. Troops,.the Secretary of War ordered a draft on the 15th of August st and then again on the 1st of september but the govern ors of the several Loyal states refused to obey the orders on both occasions the governors of new Jersey and conure Picut were the Only exceptions to this Gener disobedience to the orders of Thi government. In explanation of the Small number of new troops m Washington it must be borne in mind however that Penn Sylvania and All the state West had quite As much As they could do to defend their own Borders. The new troops in Washington therefore Are yet mainly composed of n. Wrork and new England . A world. The Treasury in Washington is to again put in Force the Rule requiring clerks to remain at their desks until 4 p. Me

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