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Augusta Daily Chronicle and Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 01, 1854, Augusta, GeorgiaAlmly Mim Ole use Tiel. Us William s. Jones. »�?�<.�, a Kelv Anu weekly. Wmk a Khz Sok skuas tool. The attack in Balaklava. English oficial despatch before seva�0., t of 28my lord Dube �?1 have Tho it it our a your Grace that the enemy attacked the position in the front of Balaklava it an Early hour on the morning of the s6th Quai. The Low Rango of that runs across the Plain at the Bottom of which the town is placed was note cod by four Small redoubts hastily constructed. Three of these had guns in them and on a higher Hill in front of the Village of Camara in Advance of our right flank was established a work of Aoma what Mere importance. L Here several redoubts were garrisoned by turkish troops no other Force being at my disposal Tor their occupation. The 98d highlanders was the Only British regiment in the Plain with the exception of a part of a battalion of Deia cements composed of weakly men and l Battery of artillery belonging to the third division j and on the Heights behind our right were placed the marines obligingly landed irom the Fleet by vice Admiral Dundas. All these including the turkish troops were under the immediate orders of major Geue Rul sir Colin Campbell whom i bad taken from the Firat division with Tho 98 j. As soon As 1 was apprised of this movement of the enemy 1 Feu compelled to withdraw from before Sebastopol the first and fourth divisions commanded by lieutenant generals his Royal highness Tho Duke of Cambridge and the Hon. Sir George Cathcart and bring them Down into the a Ilain and Geu Oral Canrobert rein Breed these troops with the Firat division of French infantry and Tho Chasseur do Atriene. The enemy commenced their operations by attacking Tho work on on Side of the Village of Ca Mara and after very Little resistance carried it. They likewise got Possession of the three others in contiguity to it being opposed Only in one Aud that but a very Short space of time. The furthest of the three they did not retain but the immediate abandonment of the others enabled them to Lake Possession of the guns in them amounting in Tho whole to seven. Those in the three lesser forts were spiked by one English artillerymen who was in each. Tho Kussian cavalry at once adva cod supported by artillery in very great strength. One portion of them assailed the front and right flank of the 93d, and wore instantly driven Back by Tho vigorous and steady fire of that distinguished regiment under Lieut. Col. Ainslie. The other and larger mass turned towards her majesty a heavy cavalry and afforded brigadier. Geu Etal Scarlett under the guidance of Lieutenan. General the Earl of Lucan the Opportunity o inflicting upon them a most signal defeat. The ground was very Unta Vorabo for tie attack of our dragoons but no obstacle was sufficient to Check their Advance and they charged into the Kussic column which soon sought safety in flight although far Superior in numbers. The charge of this brigade was one of Tho most successful i Ever wite Send was never for a moment doubt Fol and is in the highest degree creditable to brigadier Geu Oral Scarlett and the officers and men engaged in it. As the enemy withdrew from the ground which they had momentarily occupied i directed the cavalry supported by Tho fourth division under lieutenant Geu Oral sir George Cathcart to Movo Forward and take advantage of any Opportunity to regain the Heights and not having been Able to accomplish this immediately and it appearing that an attempt was making to remove the captured guns the Earl of Loean was desired to Advance rapidly follow the enemy in their Retreat and try to prevent them from electing their objects. In the meanwhile the russians had time to Reform on their own ground with artillery in Trout and upon their flanks. From some misconception of the instruction to Advance the lieutenant general considered that he was bound to attack at All hazards and he accordingly o dered major general the Earl of Cardigan to move Orward with the Light brigade. Tins order was obeyed in the most spirited and Gallant manner. Lord Cardigan charged with the utmost vigor attacked a Battery which was firing upon the advancing squadrons and having passed beyond it engaged the Kussian cavalry in its rear but there his troops were assailed by artillery and infantry As Well As cavalry and necessarily re a red after having committed much Havee upon the enemy. They effected this movement without haste or confusion but the loss they have sustained has i deeply lament been very severe in officers men and horses oui by the brilliancy of the attack and the gallantry order a a discipline which distinguished it forming a striking to the enemy a cavalry which had previously Beon with the heavy b in de. The Chasseur do afrin Advance on our left and gallantly charged a Kussian Battery which checked its lire for a time and thus rendered the British cavalry anew a entail service. I Bevo the Honor to copies of 8ir Colin Campbells und the Eirl of Lucanus reports. I beg to draw your graces attention to the terms in which sir Colin Campbell Speaks of Lieut. Colonel Ainslie of the 93d, and capt. Biker of the Koy a artillery and also to the Praise bestowed by the Eari of Lucan on maj. Gen. The Earl of Cardigan and Brigadoi general Scarlett which they most a a Fly Desen e. The Ettril of Lucan not having sent me the names of the other officers who distinguished themselves i propose to Forward them by the next Opportunity. The enemy made no farther movement in Advance and at the close of the Day the brigade of guards of the first division and the fourth division returned to their original Encampment As did the French troops with the exception of one brigade of the first division we cd Gen. Canrobert was so Good As to leave in support of sir Colin Campbell. The remaining regiments of the Highland brigade also remained in the Valley. The fourth division had advanced close to the Heights and sir George Cathcart caused ene of the redoubts to be re occupied by the turks affording them his support and he availed himself of the Opportunity to assist with his riflemen in silencing two of the enemy a guns. The Means of Delyn Ting the extensive position which had Beau occupied by the turkish troops in the morning having proved wholly inadequate 1 deemed it necessary in Concu Ronee with general Canrobert to withdraw from the lower Range of the Heights Aud to concentrate our Force which will he increased by a considerable b by of seamen to be lauded from the ships under the authority of Admiral Dundas immediately in front of the narrow Valley leading into Balaklava and upon the precipitous Hezghia on our right thus affording a narrower line of defence. A a a i have ac., kaolin. Ilia Grace the Duke of Newcastle amp a. Enclosures Balaklava oct. 27. My Vord a i have the Honor to report that the cavalry division under my command was seriously engaged with the enemy on the 25th iust., during the Greate part of which Day it was under a heavy fire that it made a most triumphant charge Agai St a very Superior number of the enemy a cavalry and an attack upon batteries which for daring Aud gallantry could not be exceeded. The loss however in officers men and horses has been most severe. Flora half past 6 in the morning when the horse Artil Ery first opened fire til the enemy had possessed itself of All the different forts the cavalry constantly changing their position continued giving All the support they could to the turkish troops though much exposed to the fro of heavy guns Aud riflemen when they took Post on the left of Tho second line of redoubts by an order from your lordship. Tho heavy brigade had soon to return to the support of the troops defending Balaklava and was fortunate enough in being at hand when a Large of Kussian cavalry was descending the Hill. I immediately ordered brigadier general Scarlett to attack with his Soots Grays and Ennis Killen dragoons and Dragoon guards and by a flank attack of the 4th Dragoon guards. Under every disadvantage of ground these eight Small squadrons succeeded in defeating and dispersing a body of cavalry estimated at three times their number and More. The heavy brigade having now joined the Light brigade the division took up a position with a View of supporting an attack upon the Heights when being instructed to make a rapid Advance _ Oal Trout to prevent Tho enemy carrying the by a be. Tue Kish troops in the Moru no i and bubmmia81 by a Deto Advance in two lines a Thaek a him with be he a of 1 his sex Vor it and a eff Fri nor Dow no a a a a a la red until they reached Tho Baueris a of tha a a end cleared them of their gunners and Nam when they found themselves engaged wit b a Superior Force of cavalry in the Rea. My Jor gone eral the Earl of Cardigan led this attack in to fax most Gallant and intrepid manner and his lordship has expressed himself to me As admiring in the highest degree Tho courage and Zeal of every Oiher non commissioned officer and Man who assisted. To a so Bavy brigade advanced to the support of Teri a or 8 ver fire from the Bat most i set. It a is a a Rodo Quot Vogt a he acted with serve All puh. Aud in a 1to de u2#5w�22$ ,lardl6i?u,e to Nten a Felt by your lordship. A �?T1 earn flu be much i cannot too strongly Revot Amend ship the two general officers commanding the Bri Gades All the officers m command of regiment As a Iso the divisional Ana brigade staffs indeed the conduct of every Indira Mufti of every rank 1 fell to be deserving of my entire Praia a and 1 Hope of your lordships approbation. Tho conduct of the Koyal horse artillery troop first under Tho command of capt. Maude Aud Altor that officer we it severely wounded of Captain Isake Spur was most meritorious and praiseworthy. J received from those officers every possible assistance daring the Timo they respective y commanded. 1 have �fee., Lucan Lieut. General commanding cavalry division. His exec Doicy Tho commander of Tho forces it pc. Camp Battery no. 4, Balaklava oct. 27. Sir �?1 have he Honor to inform you that on the morning of the 25th iust., about 7 of clock the russian Force which has Boon As i already reported for some time among Tho Hills on our right front debauched into Tho open Gro my a in front of the redoubts nos. 1, 2, and 3, which wore occupied by turkish infantry and artillery Aud Wero armed with seven 12 Pounders Iron. The enemy a Loco consisted of is or it battalions of infantry Aud 10 guns. The turkish troops in no. 1 persisted As Long As they could and then retired and they suffered considerable loss in their Retreat. This attack wus followed by fico successive abandonment of nos. 2, 3, and 4 redoubts by Tho turks As Well As of the Ether posts held by them in our front. The guns however in nos. 2, 8, and 4 wore spiked. Tho Garrison of these redoubts retired Aud some of them formed on the right and some on the Leit Lauk of 93d which was posted in front of no. 4 Bat Lory and the Vil Lage of Kadiko. When the enemy had Token Possession of these redoubts their a Tilory and vac so with a Largo mass of cavalry and their guns ranged to the 93d highlanders Wirich with 100. Invalids under lieutenant colonel Daveny in support occupied very from the smallness of their numbers Tho slightly rising ground in front of no. 4 . As 1 found that round Bhot and Shell begun to cause some casualties among the 98d High audera and Tho turkish Bat Tallio Sou their right Aud loll link 1 made them retire a Lew paces behind Tho Crest of the Hill. Daring this period our bakeries on the Hills manned by the Royal Marine artillery Aud the Royal marines made most excellent practice on the enemy a cavalry which came Over the Hill ground in front. One body of them amounting to about 400 men turned to their lift Secar Ting themselves irom those who attacked lord Lucanus division and charged the 98d highlanders who immediately advanced to Tho Crest of Tho Hill and opened their fire which forced the russian cavalry to give Way Aud Turu to their Leit after which they made an ahem Otto turn the right hunk of Tho 93 a having observed the flight of the turks who Scro placed there upon which the Grona Yiirs of Tho 95d, under Captain Ross were wheeled up to their right and fired on the enemy which mantel pro completely discomfited them. During the rest of the Day the troops under my command received no further molestation from Tho russians. I beg to Call lord Raglan a attention to the gallantry and Page Meas of Tho 93d highlanders under Ainslie of which probably his lordship was an Eye witness As Well As Tho admirable conduct of Captain Barker and the officers of Tho Field Battery under his orders who made most excellent practice against the russian cavalry and artillery while within Range. I have &e., Colin Campbell Mejor general. Brigadier general eat court adjutant general. The action of the loin. Second division ii . Got. 27. Ait lord a yesterday the enemy attacked this division with several column of infantry supported by artillery. Their cavalry did not come to the front. Their masses covered by Large bodies of skirmishers advanced with much apparent Confidence. The division immediately formed line in Advance of our Camp Tho left under major general Penn father the right under brigadier general Adams. Lieut want colonel Fitzmayer and Tho captains of batteries Turner and Yates promptly posted their Guus Aud opened fire upon the enemy. Immediately on Tho cannonade being Hoard the Duke of Cambridge brought up to oar support the brigade of guards under major general Bontinen with a Battery under lieutenant colonel Dacre. His Royal highness took Post in adva Uco of our right to secure that flank Aud rendered me throughout Tho most effective and important general Bosquet with similar promptitude and from a greater distance apr. Ached our position with five Finch battalions. Sir g. Cathcart hastened to us with a regiment of Kilos and sir g. Brwn rushed Forward two guns in co operation by our left. The enemy came on at fir. T mph Day assisted by their guns on Tho mind Hiil. Gur pickets thou chiefly of the 49 h and 80th 11 g ments resisted them with very remarkable determination and firmness. Lieutenant Conolly of the 49th, greatly distinguished himself As did Captain Bayly of Tho 80th, and Captain Atcherley All of whom i regret to say were severely wounded. Sergeant St Tui in also displayed it this p iut Grout bravery. In the meantime our is guns in position including those of the first division were served with the utmost Energy. In half an. Hoar they forced Tho enemy a artillery to abandon the Field. Gar batteries Scro then directed with equal accuracy Aud vigor upon the enemy a columns which sex Al of to the close lire of our advanced infantry soon fell into Complete disorder and flight. They were then literally chased by the 3jth and 95th regiments Over the ridges and Dawn towards the Bead of the b Ltd. So eager was the Pursuit that it a with difficulty major general Bonne father eventually effected the recall of our men. These r Wimenta and the pickets Orelo i gallantly by major a cleverer major Champion major Eman and major Hume. Tho russians were similarly pursued farther towards our right by four companies of the 41st, led gallantly by lieutenant colonel the Hon. F. Herbert a. In. The 47th also contributed. The 55th wore held in Reserve. Above so prisoners fell into our lands and about 180 of the enemy a dead were left within or near our position. Ii is computed that their total loss co id scarcely be loss than 600. Gar loss 1 am sorry to say has been above 80, of whom 12 officers Are killed and 5 wounded. I am Happy to say Hopes Aro entertained that lieutenant Conolly will recover but his wound is dangerous. I shall have Tho Honor of transmitting to your lordship a list of officers non commissioned offi cer , Whoso conduct attracted special notice. That of Tho pickets excited general admiration. To major general Pennefather and brigadier general Dauis 1 was As usual greatly indebted. To lieutenant colonel Dacres lieutenant colonel Fitzmayer captains Turner Yates Wood Ham and Hemlin and the whole of Tho Royal artillery we Are under the greatest obligation. Lieutenant colonel Herbert a. Q m. G., Reu Derod the division a to always does highly distinguished Aud energetic Frei vices. Lieutenant colonel Wilbra barn a. A. G., while serving most actively t regret to say Salt i a very severe fall from his Lorre. J bog leave also to recommend to your lords Iipp a Lav Brablc consideration the excellent services of Captain Glazbrook and Thompson of the arte master general a depart ment Tho brigade majors captains Armstrong and thackwell and my Persona staff captains affix Gubbins and the Hon. W. Boyle. I have ac., de Lacy Evans lieutenant general. The right Hon. Lord Raglan g. C. B., amp a. The Progress or the Alt. Before Sebastopol oct. 28. Aly lord Duke a i have nothing particular to report to your Grace respecting the operations of Tho Sorige i wrote to you on the 28d inst. Tho fire has been somewhat less constant and our casualties have been fewer though i regret to say that a opt. Childers a very promising officer of Tho Royal artillery was killed on Tho evening of the 28d, and 1 have just Hoard that major Dalton of Tho 49th, of whom lieutenant go term sir de Lucy Evans entertained a very High opinion was killed in the trenches last night. The enemy moved out of Sebastopol on the 26th with a Large Force of infantry cavalry Aud artillery amounting it is said to 6,000 or 7,000 men a and attacked Tho left Othef second division commanded by Lieut. Gen. Sir de Lucy Evans who speedily and energetically repulsed Thorn assisted by one of the Hatter. S of the first division and Homo guis of he Light division and supported by the brigade of guards and by several regiments of the fourth division and in rear by Tho French division commanded by Gen. Bosquet who was most eager in his desire to give him every Aid. A have the Honor to transmit amp copy of sir Deltej Evans report which 1 am sure your Grace will read with the highest satisfaction and 1 beg to recommend Tho officers whom to particularly mentions to your Protection. Captain Bayly of the 80th, Captain Atcherley of the same regiment and lieutenant Conolly of Tho 49th, All of whom Are severely wounded uproar to have greatly distinguished themselves. I cannot speak in too High terms of the manner in which lieutenant general sir de Lucy Evans met this very serious attack. I Hud not the Good Fortune to witness it myself being in front of bal okla a at the time it commenced and having Only readied his position As the Aluir ceased but i am certain i speak the sentiments of All who witnessed Tho opera Ion in saying that nothing could have Heel better managed and that the greatest credit is due to he lieutenant be Oral Whoso services and conduct i have before had to bring under your graces notice. Be return of Tho houses the army have sustained since the 22d. I have a. His Grace Tho Duke of Newcastle front the invalid ii Ste. Kussian order to compote Tho Hasty account of the affair of to 25th of october nwrihi8 holed Ruth Ort of lieutenant general Liprandi chief of the 12 1 division of infantry respecting it with this report which was transmitted by Aid de Camp general Prince men Sohi Kott the emperor received the turkish Flag and Standard mentioned in it. From Tho 25th to the 27th the enemy did not make any at empt against the position occupied on his rear by the detachment of lieutenant general Lin Randi a no a a these Days the firing of the English against inf Days. The French batteries kept up a brisk he a but As Bosforo they did net occasion us any injury. On Arti fiery replied with such Success tout a fresh Battery raised since the a a gtd by Tho l Ronch at 200 Sagues from Bastian Fogt 4, and calculated to contain a nut 80 guns could not be armed till Tho 27tb, in consequence of the murderous fire of Grapo shot kept up from Tho bastion in question. Report of lieutenant general Liprandi chief of the 12ih division of infantry to Aid de Vamp general Prince Mensch Hiff elated october 26. A according to the Ord orb of your highness the troops of the division entrusted to my command and those attached to it of outed o t the 15th october a general movement in Advance irom Tho Village of Echo Roum and attacked the of Silica tons of Tho a ogints forming Tho Valley of Kadiko. A conformably with Tho arrangement which i had made on the Over Ogof that Day All Tho troops of the detachment left at five of clock in t be morn ing the Village of Echo Roum by two defiles. A regiment of Chasse res of the Ukraine under the command of major general Logout sky marched by the principal defile leading from Echo Roum to Kadiko with four guns of the Battery of Posi Tion no. 4, and six Guus of Tho Light Battery no. 7. These troops advanced with provision and on approaching it to height of Kadiko opened their fire upon Tho redoubts Noe. 1 and 2. After Thorn the Azoff luf Antry Kermit it Tho 4th Bat Taivion of the the sniper with 4 guns of Tho of position no. 4, end six guns of the Light buttery no. 6, moved on under Tho command of major general Semi Akine. By the second do tile Scudi in to the Valley of Buhidar an Advance was made under the command of major general Gribbe of the first three battalions of the infantry i cziment of the Dnieper guns of the right buttery no. 0, four pieces of the Battery of position no. 4, u detachment of to o to Gimont no. 58 of cossacks of the Don and a Squadron of the combined regiment of the Liu scors. Major general Gribbe. Who had marched 111 Advance occupied Tho Village of Kamay alter having despatched the cossacks Tiutko direction of the Valley of Blidar. Simultaneous with this Movo ment major general Memi Akino in taking Phis position to Tho left of the Reg Mont of Tho Ukraine covered by the fire of the artillery and a Chain of riflemen Tormod by Tho second company of Tho battalion of Kiu Chou with the Cura queers of Tho infantry to Gimbut of Azote advanced rapidly with Tho uner regiment in two Linos by columns of compares there not being a space of More Frau 100 paces Between to two lines and in third Bikol he first battalion of Tho regiment of Azote Aud the Fob a Malliou of Tho regiment of Dnieper by columns of attack. A oaf for living approached in this order to the distance of not Moro than 100 paces from the fortified height of the enemy major general Semi Akine gave orders for the assault. The companies made a rapid movement in Advance and it Hulf past 7 of clock Tho regiment of a of had hoisted its flags upon the fortifications. The trophies gained a on tins Point Scro Throe Rampart guns and a Camp. In this redoubt the loss of the enemy in dead Only was Moro than 170 men. A at the same time the enemy from Tho rapidity with Whie the principal height Lead been occupied and in consequence of his seeing Tho Advance of Tho regiment of Chasseur of Tho Ukraine abandoned to redoubts nos.2 and 8, Tho former armed with two Guus and to latter with three which Scro immediately occupied by our troops. Tho regiment of Chasseur of Odossa with he Light Battery no. 7, under the command of colonel de Scudari advanced to Tho redoubt no. 4, but Tho enemy Upo this Point also did not wait for our attack Aud abandoned Tho redoubt in which there were three guns. Besides this in each of the redoubts the enemy had left his tents and he pow Lor Magazz nes and engineering tools. A immediately after the occupation of Tho to doubts i ordered Tho troops to establish Thom selves Uler. 1 immediately ordered the redoubt no. 4, to to raised As it was too much advanced and i ordered its guns to be spiked and the wheels and carriages to be broken and Tho fragments to to thrown Down the Mountain. When these orders bad Boon executed Tho troops who Hud Ocon ipod the redoubt joined Tho general line of the other corps. A a the brigade of Hussars of the 6th division of la get cavalry under Tho command of lieutenant general Ryjkoff. Who accompanied the detachment was Post d at the right Wing of our general line of Battle with to Light horse Battery no. 2, Aud Tho Cossick Battery of position no. 3. During the movement of be ire pm in Advance the artillery of the Don moved rapidly forwards and having placed i Selt ill position contributed by its Well directed fire to the Success of the general attack. A a 14 Hen All Tho redoubts had Green occupied i ordered the Advance of Tho cavalry with Tho regi Merit no. 1, of the co sacks of the Oral and three detachments of the regiment no. 53 of to o cossacks of the Don upon thou Emyt scamp situated upon Tho other select the mountains. Our cavalry advanced rapidly oven to the Camp but attacked in Al u k by the Tiro of Tho enemy a if Lemon and in front by the English cavalry it was compelled to halt and alter w Ards resumed its firs position at the right Wing Rotthe be Quot Era Ordor of Battle being so placed that its front did not present u right Lino the direction of on of its wings forming an Argle with that of Tho Centre a at this Timo major general Jab Rokisky. With a detachment of the Lut Antry regiment of Vladimir three battalions and that of 8ouzdal, 10 guns of the Battery of position no. 1, four guns of the Light Battery no. 2 of the it eth brigade of artillery two the Babalion of ments no. 6, two squadrons of Tho regiment of Hussars of the grand Duke of Saxe Weimar and two detachments of the regiments no. 60 of cossacks of Popof advanced upon Tho Heights to the left of on cavalry Aud occupied them. Our cavalry hardly had Timo o form in order of Battle beyond the right flank of our infantry when from the other Side of the Mountain Wlter re the redoubt no. 4 was raised Tho English cavalry appeared More than 2,000 Strong. Its impetuous attack induced lieutenant general Ryjkoff to turn Back upon the route to Beho Roum to draw Tho conomy. At Tho same time 1 ordered to Advance towards my right Wing Tho combined regiment of lancers under the command of colonel Yero Kitie which came from Buhidar to join the detachment of maj. Gen. Gribbe cud i ordered that regiment to Post itself behind the infantry ii a concealed position. The enemy made a most of Tiute Chargo and notwithstanding the Wel directed fro of a rape from six guns of the Light Battery no. 7, and that of the men armed Wilh carbines of the regiment of bus Soursos ode a and a company of the 4th battalion of Rifi Emon at the right Wing As Well As the fire of a Patof the artillery of the detachment of major Gen. Jabokritsky to rushed upon on cavalry Bat at this moment three squadrons of the combined regiment of lancers attacked him in flank this unexpected Chargo executed with precision and vigor was attended with Brilliant Success Tho whole of the enemy a cavalry in disorder pre Uipi Tatad its ii in Retreat pursued by our Lancer and by fire from on batteries. In this attack he enemy bad More than 2u0 men killed and sixty wounded who were picked up on the Field of Battle and we made 22 prisoners one of whom was a Superior officer. A a French Squadron of african horse Chasseur rushed upon the deut Chomout of major general Jabokritsky. Having turned the loft flank of Tho Battery of position it reached the chum of riflemen and began to put Tho or Tilory to Tho sword in to other squadrons followed. Upon this two battalions of Tho regiment of Vladimar under major general Jabokritsky in person precipitated themselves in Advance at the Point of the Bayonet end induced the enemy a cavalry to Retreat audit was pursued at fur As the foot of the Mountain try to Woll Dirco Ted fro of the foot cossacks of Tho Black sea Urmond with carbines and that of the riflemen. More than ten bodies and several horses remained non the spot Throo prisoners were taken and the officer who commanded tie Al tuck made by Tho enemy was killed a remarking that the enemy again brought up fresh troops to his left Wing i reinforced my right Wing and disposed All the troops of the detach Mont in the following order a a battalion of the regiment of Tho in Sopor Ocon ipod Tho Village of Kamay Tho regiment of infantry of Azof Fand the 1st battalion of that of the Dnieper wore ordered to do fond Tho to doubt no. 1 a battalion of the regiment ocl masseurs of the us raise was left in the redoubt no. 2, and another battalion of Tho same regiment in redoubt no. 3, near which Wero n so placed the whole regiment of Chasseur of Odossa two b Stalions of a regiment of the Dnieper Aud a battalion of that of the Chasseur of the Ukraine. All the artillery was arranged on advantageous positions the cavalry As before remained on the right flank of Tho infantry. However the enemy did not a wry �#5k.ltt, a a a Bis fro at 4 0 clock in Tho afternoon. 1 no Huki 18 by assail it of such a Strong position i consider our loss in infantry As Verv signify Shio no7s a full e cavalry More important to this uni of a Rio i rain y Irown of in reference to tins Point. Ibis list includes 6 Superior and subaltern officers and 232 Nisi killed 1 general cd Stowe the a Balterud officers and 292 wound excellent army Hilloc it s of lbs Day to the Zoal and excellent arrangements of Tho respective chief and Tho courage and ardor of All the. S. A lion Riv the. He troops More Par and builder Hia orffs10n, a True 1 to my command Mand of the of do Krudner income were ordered Quot to Lnla try of Azo off who e St fuated upon Fot 6n w1 Rodoyub to not habited an example of Eoa age an i personally sex to. Uura in and to udicious a Faury of Azote was executed with i a30111 in it and decision Tho o i 1 boldness Euler a so Iso a a a Afanassieff wd��0��?�8&Quot a Tonan colons Companie that column acted who a a the amp Cheigh a old thu3 f8cibtat0d the cappturti0o?athe it was Timo ??myj�?T8 a via by Oha god and while Tel �ot8jh she a la set Uba a i the Light Bat of a we lbs won stationed near the regiment Iii to Quot Odessa directed by Captain to he the a ? most injury to Tho enemy a cavalry of the precision of their fire of grape hot. A fall Tho operations of the artillery of the 12th brigade of that Arm directed by colonel Nemoff or or Maudant of that brigade wore crowned with Brilliant Success. Staff my Jur Guers Ivanoff and Tho Aid do Camp of your highness Captain of Corvette Baron Willebrandt whom your highness sent to to and who was at my Sido during8 the whole of the combat rendered me very useful assistance transmitting with Tho most strict exactness All my orders to the troops in the first Fine. A with Tho present report i Bavo the Honor to present to your highness the Flag and the turkish Standard taken in the redoubt no. 1.�?� cup Niclot ii Sentinel. Friday morning deck bar 1, Lbb-1. in this City and Humbug will please have their stocks of Cotton carefully counted for As by ten of clock this morning. Kex Tensive robbery. A bold and extensive robbery was perp3trated wednesday night about 11 of clock by some daring scoundrels at the Georgia Railroad depot in this pity. They entered the office by Means of a key and having charged the Iron Safe with powder blew it open literally touring it to pieces from which they obtained three thousand dollars in Cash and several thousand dollars in Bank chocks. Tho latter however Are of do value As their payout has Beon stopped it the Banks. This is indeed a bold Aud daring transaction for the regular Road watchmen and a number of Titi Zens wore in Tho immediate Vicinity and Hoard the explosion but As it was Cen find within Tho depot could not imagine what or whore it was. No Calno has been discovered As to the perpetrators. Wild cats St. Louis Democrat of the 19th inst. Says a a gentleman who has just rent Rod from Illinois and who Lias just travelled through the Northern portions of that state informs Malliat Tho Banks Chicago and Joliet wore paying out Large amounts of the Marc giants Bani at a on Georgia to merchants and produce dealers who in turn Scro paying and had paid it to tic Farmers. Much anxiety was being expressed by Tho latter in regard to the Security and solvency of that Tho people of Tho Northwest Aro evidently in great danger of big caught by the Georgia wild cats. Look out for extensive robberies about these Days. Artificial Stone. We were yesterday shown by or. John Cowan of Memphis teuu., a Sain do of the newly invented a Cotton seed Quot or artificial Rock for building and other purposes. This Rock can be prepared very cheaply in a Mould of any desirable shape and will non exposure to the air for a Short time become perfectly hard solid and weather proof. Tho same gentleman also exhibited to us a specimen of his fire proof and water proof Cement for roofing an article said to possess Many desirable advantages. Or. C. Will exhibit these articles at the fair dispose of rights and give All necessary information. New books. Tux old literary favorite is again on our table filled As usual with the choicest productions of american Genius. A old Knick is too Well known to need any Praise and to need Only say that it May be obtained from so. A. Oates amp boo. Fred Vernon on tue victim of avarice. By the author of a woman Aud her master Quot a min a Nio Grey a a Amy la Renee a Etc. Octavo 820 up. Garret amp co., new York. The numerous admirers of the author of Amy Law Lone and Tho Othor productions of this Tal Ente 1 writer will give to Fred Vernon his latest work a warm Welcome. It is distinguished by All of the Wall known peculiarities of its author Viz skin falness and intricacy of plot sting a a of characterization gracefulness of imagery and artistic diction. Tho title is inviting the narrative Saeei rating and the general composition one of stat Power. Road it Aud see How Fine a treat May now and then be found among the yellow covered folios. For Sale by Geo. A. Oates amp boo. Despatches Washington Star states that it is understood that Dann Piatt esq., u. Secretary of legation at Paris brought important despatches from . Mason Aud Inch Annun with letters from or. Soule written while in Paris on i Way to Madrid. Or p. Was yesterday morning closeted with Tho Secretary of state and afterwards for Soma Tima with the Secretary of War. The Washington Star states that the impression is current in european diplomatic circles of that City that the Spanish government acting under the prestige or influence of what has of late transpired in Franco will certainly refuse again to receive or. Soule. Petersburg intelligencer cautions the Public against counterfeit Notos on the Bank of Cape fear. Those counterfeits Aro mostly #10 Aud #50 notes very Well executed and very difficult to detect. Tho editor saw recently two #10 notes on Tho Bank of Capo in ear which wore counter foil. Railroad from St. Louis to Tho St l uis intelligencer says Tho Central Railroad was Laid lust week from Cairo to tie intersection of the Ohio and Mississippi Road at Centralia. The communication by railway front St. Louis to the month of the Ohio is now completo. Two Largo locomotives Aud a number of passenger cars Are at Alton awaiting shipment to Cairo and will go Forward in a Duy or two. Regular trains will to run from Cairo in connection with the Ohio Road As soon As the necessary aunt no Stock can to placed upon the track probably by the Middle of this week. A private letter from Honolulu says that the King of the Sandwich islands has signed the treaty ceding Tho islands to Tho United states and is Only waiting for to return of Frisco Alexander to obtain his signature and absolutely Doliver up the kingdom. Tho United states sloops of War Portsmouth and St. Marys wore both at Honolulu and everything was quiet. Tho portuguese Consul at now York it is stated has been indirectly implicated in Tho transactions in the slave Trade for which Captain Smith has just Beon convicted Thoro. Tho District attorney Laid All the facts in reference thereto Bosforo the u. 8. Secretary of Stato by whom to attention of the la Ortu Vuoso minister at Washington was Eallond to Tho affair. Advices from the Santa of a month later have been to Voivod by Tho arrival at Independence to of Tho mail train which on the Road had to cat through Snow Banks Avo rowing from Sevon to Nino feet deep Tho principal depth however Botteon Santa a and Rod River being from two and a half to three feet. The cuban slave was stated in Tho English papers that Tho Spanish government Havo returned a negative answer to lord Howdon a demand that they would Deo Are the slave Trade to be piracy and that Tho reason alleged for their refusal to do so is the impossibility they feel of doing anything to add to the discontent which exists in Cuba a a do curation which is considered Tantam outto saying that the slave Trade must Continuo because the cuban proprietors require its continuance. Tho mortality of slaves in Cuba is said to to so great that in ten years the whole would be swept off were their numbers not replenished by con Siant supplies Aud that in fact Tho continuous Supply of fresh slaves forms an indispensable element of Tho Prosperity which Cuba enjoys. Clothing for British May to formed of the magnitude of the stores of win. Ter clothing sent out to the British army from Tho fact that upwards of 70,000,000 pairs of worsted socks 80,000 of Woolen jerseys 50,000 of flannel drawers and 80,000 of gloves have recently been dispatched to the Crimea. From the by. O. Picayune 26th inst. Later from Texas. By the arrival of Tho steamship pot Severance Capr. Placo yesterday from Galveston we have later news from Texas. Our latest dates Are san Antonio 16th inst. Austin 18th and Galveston 23d. . F. Smith capt. A. Gibbs Lieut. D. N. Maury and or. Mcfarlin arrived at Corpus Christi on Tho 15th. Trio nieces Valley says they Are Allin Good health. Lieut. Carr we understand is of fort Inge and fast recovering of Tho Wund be received in Tho late Indian tight above Eagle Springs. Lieut Smith of Tho topographical eng eos and capt. Walker Are at san Antonio. Kod Riquez the guide has quite recovered from his wound received at Tho same time and place with Lieut. Carr. The several companies of Tho rangers left aus tin some Timo ago Lor different posts on the fron tier four companies for fort Mason and two for fort Worth. On the 17th inst. Col. Waite arrived at Austin with orders from Goti. Smith to Muster the six companies of iian Gors into the service of the United states for three months but the companies having departed the colonel left for flan Antonio where he would report to Gen. Smith and await further orders. The Stato times in noticing col. Waiters arrival says a battalion of three companies will to stationed of fort Mason and a like battalion in a Camp near fort Clark. It is rumoured Gen. Smith contemplates making a Champaign Aga info. The apaches with the disposable mounted regular Tyrce and a portion of Tho rangers. Tho indians it seems confine their depredations. The Nocos vally of the 19th inst., says we learn from or. Of Boyle who lives at Refugio that a few Days since a party of indians made a descent upon Tho settlements West of tie Mission of a Rofugio and drove off All the horses in that Vicinity. Tho depredation was committed by Daylight and the Indiana were seen by several of the inhabitants. We neglected to note Down Tho number of the indians Bat to believe the party consisted of some Twenty or thirty. The Victoria advocate of the 18th, has the following intelligence. It appears to Reier to Somo of the same party of indians or. Henry snively from Refugio informs us that four or five indians evidently intent on mischief were recently discovered in that they chased a Young Man some distance and wore about to Cut off All possibility of his escape when to leaped from his horse and took Refuge in a Mott of Timber determined to Dof enl himself with his Rifle. Tho Savages took after his horse and were Sot n out of sight when to succeeded in getting to the Mission about five Miles Distant without any further molestation. His horse escaped and came in next Day. The citizens repaired to the Loeo and found the tracks in accordance with the statement Mado by the Young Man and they Are now organizing a company Lor Tho purpose of offensive Aud warfare As circumstances May require. Tho Austin Stato times has information by a letter f of Hays county of the killing of a family at Bandera pass by indians supposed to be Ca matches. The Galveston nows stated that a company of rangers started from Austin on the 15th iust., in Pursuit of a band of indians who were reported to have crossed the Guadalupe below fort Martin Soott. The rangers took six Days rations and started eagerly to meet Tho Rod skins. From the lilo Grande. Tho Austin Texas slate times has the following intelligence from the Rio Grande furnished by major Norton who arrived at aah tin on Tho 15th inst the insurgents have called upon Gen. Caravajal to head them. It is supposed he wiil accept the leadership. Sixty thousand dollars Havo been subscribed by citizens of Mexico Aud merchants of Brownsville for the purpose of fitting oat Art expedition conditioned upon the Assumption of Tho command by Caravajal. The citizens of Mon Torey have on their part guaranteed the contribution of four Hundred thousand dollars. Tho leaders of the revolution have expressed them selves favourable to the employment of foreigners. Tho arrangement heretofore made regarding the Redam Tiou of fugitive slaves and runaway phones can be renewed. Horses and ran1� Are very dear on account of Tho order against passing them Over to this Bank of the Rio Grande the penalty for violating is five Hundred dollars Fine for passing even one Breeding animal add a Long imprisonment. A Fine is Laid upon any person who shall kill a Breed ing animal. For instance should a mexican kill a cow for his own consumption to pays five dollars for the privilege. Every animal of whatsoever class is taxed even to the dogs chickens and All Domestic fowls also. Mexicans who bit Horto rejoiced in sporting Long Black locks have now to pay Twenty five cents per month for enjoying that luxury. Doors windows in Short ovo y thing name Able Quot Aro taxed. Gen. Woll has lately Issod an order for Clearing everything from off the West Bank of the Rio Grande eighty Yards Back from Guerrero to Matamoros. That order was being carried into execution when major Norton left. Forces were being removed and the materials Burnt Corn cat Down in Short the whole Valley will be almost shorn of its Fields. The Best and More Fertile land is found on the margin of Tho River. Another order cuts off All communication Between the american and mexican sides of the Bravo. Neither Man woman or child can Cross. Matamoras has a Garrison of about our thousand men with a Good Supply of artillery munitions and provisions. At Reynoso there Are one Hundred men four Hundred at Camargo four Hundred at Mier with Throe pieces of artillery and Ono Hundred at Guerrero. If Gen. Caravajal should Cross he will ave a Good Opportunity to beat those scattered forces in detail. Two thousand men occupy a line of More than one Hundred and fifty Miles. A letter to Tho Galveston news dated Brownsville nov. 10, says the present season has been remarkable on the Rio Grande for the Quantity of rain we have had and the oldest inhabitant has not for Many years past seen the Bravo Del Norte at this time of the year As High As it now is. The roads throughout the country Lor Days were almost impassable but the dry weather we Are now commencing to have will soon Render the roads pleasant. We have yet. Among As All the loaders in the recent revolutionary movement in Santa annals dominions which i understand Thoy have been negotiating Tor nothing is said at this Momut of an immediate attempt to again take the Field against the dictators forces and endeavouring by a bold attempt to recover their Homes and their Tost liberties. They have not Tho least idea of availing themselves of Santa annals general Pardon which with extreme reluctance was Somo Days ago pub listed in Matamoros by his mercenary counterfeit mexican Gen. Woll. Gen. Curoso Gen. Woilus second in command started late yesterday evening or will Start this morning for Vera Cruz to which place he has been ordered As military commander. Our City continues to improve and As yet to have nothing like an epidemic among us. The prevailing levers yield without much difficulty to medical treatment. In fact we have not As much sickness now at this time As we had last year. No nows of importance from the upper Rio Grande or elsewhere Gen. Cass and tue . Casa or at least his friends do not abandon the Hope of elevating him to the presidency. The Washington Star having declared that Gen. Cass had Given up All ambitious longings looking toward the White House the Detroit times says a Tho Assumption that Gen. Cass has Laid aside a aspirations for Tho presidency is entirely gratuitous on to part of our Walii Ngou contemporary. Hero at Home has friends protest against thus coldly despatching him with a single stroke of the pen and will by Bis own consent bring his name Forward in their own time. We say Dis Tinct by that Gen. Cass will to a candidate before Tho National convention and nothing is More calculated to Sharpen that determination Tuliau just such paragraphs As Tho above and the occasional blows which a Roco Ivos from a Large portion of Tho Southern press. Besides the idea of Western Cass men being transferred Over to Douglas is too silly to be commented an Indian Council to oppose Tho Bill of or. Johnson for organizing three now territorial governments has Baon summoned by the cherokees to meet on the first monday in december on the North Folk of the Canadian River the choctaws chickasaws creeks and Semins Les being invited. In the now Yorko location it Isa singular fact that while Tor governor Clark whig received 156,770 votes and Soymour dem., 156,455, the combined Voto of Ulman Aud Bronson amounts to 153,156, thus showing a curious division of Tho people into three equal segments. Tho barque Afton at so. Helena october Tho 8th, last from Cape Lopez Aud Rabenda bound to Mozambique Channel reports 800 Negros on the coast Tho owners off orig #20,000 to carry them to the Slun of Cuba freight to to paid by a House in now York. Gin House regret to hear that the Gin Hou e of or. Horner v. Howard of this City sit Atod near Villula Russell county ala., was destroyed by fro on Friday 17th inst., together i h eight Bales of Cotton a Quantity of bagging and rope tools tace. Tie loss is estimated at #1,000. Tie tire originated from Columbus enquirer. Death of or. Thomas deeply regret to learn that or. Thomas Bond in relation to whose Fate so much interest has Eon Leit died last saturday georgian. Norfolk nov 28.�?letters have been received hero from some who were on Board the u. S. Albany which in due the belief that she is still Safe with All on board.81 farther by Tho Africa. To runs tons Are preparing Sevastopol for the assault by posting Cannon in the streets Aud fortifying Tho houses. The typhus fever bad made its appearance conflagrations were occurring. A despatch from v Luna says another sanguinary Battlo was fought on the 5th, in which to rus sians Wero repulsed with 9000 killed. The a a is either a rehash of the Baltic a news or the Date is incorrect. Most probably the former Ifo Chron. Amp sent a the English Fleet has left the Baltic. Prince Napoleon was at constantinople sick with cholera. New Yolk nov. 27.�?the Bills of the govern ment Stock Bank at Ann Arbor Michigan not received at the metropolitan Bank to a fax Tho Bills of the merchants Bank of Bridges rat now Jersey were also refused by Tho broker a Day. 8 foil is reported that a Devalca Ion to the amour t #70,000 by one of the cellars of the National b a a j of this City has been discovered to Day. To tic ulars Barj not transpired. Per Buffalo nov. 27.�?the Steamer May in. Went ashore at Point an Peleo on Friday night the passengers were All saved by the Stea Ocean. L a night a violent Gale sprung do Ontl Lake Aud Thoro is a report this morning that Tiff May Flower has gone entirely to pieces. New York nov. 28.�?the coroners Jarvis nne investigating to circumstances which Lead to to recent Aeo deut on Tho Harlem Railroad. It u a thut the conductor of the new Haven freight tra is much blamed for the catastrophe. Columbia nov. 29.�?president Thornwell in resigned the presidency of the South Carolina col logo. The trustees Are now in session considering the subject. = new York nov. 29.�?Cotton is quiet at Previn. Rates and 700 Bales changed hands. New Yolk nov. 27.�?a fire occurred no 79 front St., in this City to Day or. Evans Tea dealer suffered to the extent of f5,000 the a upon Mills Coffee and spice co., lost about $6 000-Messrs. Kennington amp co., dealers in preserves about 1,000 and other parties smaller amounts All were fully insured. Toledo nov. 27.�?the commercial Branch Bank of Tho state of Ohio in this City closed its doors to Day. Philadelphia nov. 23.�?dr. Beale the dentist who was found guilty of rape upon miss must a v As to Day brought into court and sentenced to four years and six months imprisonment in the Penitentiary. The scene was quite affecting. Boston nov. 28.�?the extensive Iron foundry at Bridgeport was total a destroyed by fire Las night. The loss is estimated at $20,000, upon which there was a positive insurance amounting to $20,0 0. New y Oak nov. 28.�?nr. John Lawson who was so badly injured some Days ago by the Accident on the Harlem Kail Road has since died from his Man named Louis Stone has been arrested for robbing the u. S. Mail in Otsego county. He is in jail awaiting his trial. Excitement in Tuskegee to Are informed that our neighbouring Village of Tuskegee was the Sceno of much excitement on last saturday and col. Reynolds had ordered out Tho militia armed and equipped As the Law directs. A considerable number assembled in obedience to the order and the Muster was done of usual. After the regular performance was Over banners wore hoisted bearing the sign fic it motto a a a Macon county will protect her citizen a on the one Side and a a Wal Koi on the other and it was proposed to proceed to the jail and releasing col. Walker have a speech from him. Actions to that effect testified their determination and in a few moments col. W. Was addressing the people in the Street. When he had finished his Harangue the Rev. Or. Blount mounted the Rostrum or Home thing else and making some remarks asked How Many would Volunteer to escort col. Walker to his Home at fort Decatur whereupon the whole crowd t stifled their willingness by shouts and voc iterations and at once proceeded to the execution of their Trust and As a body guard they left with col. W. For his Home. The sheriff was on Haud but not being Able to get a Post of More than eight he con d not proceed against 15u or 200 of the regular militia. That the whole affair was a High handed infringement or Law and order even the warmest friends of col. W. Will have to admit and that it places the Good Law abiding citizens of Macon county in a false position before the Popio elsewhere we too much fear. To Are not lawyers we know nothing of the circumstances involving col. We Are no partisans in Theoff air but when so Plain a breach of Good order come before us and among the very people with whom we have lived from boyhood we must be allowed to place our disapproval upon notices. Tribute of respect. Washington artillery nov. 28, 1851.�? at a meeting of the Washington artillery Heid at their Drill room this evening the following preamble and resolutions were offered by sergeant Spath and unanimously adopted whereas in the inscrutable Wisdom of divine Providence we Are called upon to mourn the demise of our late brother Augustus Schilling who has been so suddenly Cut Down in cur midst in the prime and vigor of manhood. Be it therefore resolved that the Washington artillery deplore the death of their late member aug secs Schilling and tender their sympathies to his surviving a Rivenc i and relatives. Lies Ved that a Pige in the minute Book be inscribed with the name of Augustos Schilling and dedicated to his memory. Resolved that the officers and members of this corf Wear the usual badge of mourning at their next Parade. Resolved that a copy of these preamble and resection be communicate 1 by the Secretary to the family of the deceased. Resolved that these preamble and Resolution be published in the City papers. A the extract from the minutes do Jno. C. Kalthoff Sec a . The undersigned respectfully informs the Public that he has the Agency for a. Stod Artand j. Dan Hamas new York celebrated pian0-i0rtes. Every instrument is warranted and can be purchased at the manufacturers Price. Chas. Z0gbadm, do Augusta a. 96 96 96�?membersofthe �?o96k.8. Are requested to meet at their Lodge room this Friday evening at 7 of clock p. By order of the v. C. Do Dot 53�?� Bank of Augusta 30th nor., 1&5�-b� election for ten directors on the part of Tho individual stockholders of this Bank will be held in monday Day of december next at their banking House Between 10 of clock a. M., and 4 of clock p. N80-dtd tas. W. Davies cashier. Gray Brothers 290 Broad Street have not in store the largest and most elegant Stock of Rich dry goods they have eve offered to the Public and a bib they Are now Selling Independent of profits Ccnseqae-5 upon the very Short season that they will now inevitably have to dispose of same. N30-Dtwwlo 53f�?� Fay your taxes a i must collect the taxes or Issue executions. I would willingly wait Lon. Erba it the Law requires that i should Settle 1st december. I in be at my store 4th Ward thursday Friday and monday so that All can pay. Ns0-4t e. O. Tinsley t. 0. R. C. Or. Black hat removed his office to Camp Beil Street in the building known As the Baptist parsonage. His residence is on Broad 8 doors below Gamb Street immediately Over the shoe store of or. Mar n22-lm a please announce or. Jame8�o�?T pan Nal Asa candidate for Coroner at the ensuing flip Tion in january next. A29 office clerk court common pleas Anao to 27th nov., 1854.�?parties, jurors and witnesses will talc notice that the honorable the Couit of common i stands adjourned to wednesday the 23th Day of us Cember next. David l. Roath clerk c. 0. P. N2s4t a wide silk velvet for Burchard Haye Black Aad coloured Lyon velvets of Superior Quality for ladies cloaks. N2s French Merino. Ward a Burch ak0 by opened another invoice of French Merino Compra. I almost every Shade now called for and for Sale at non a a Yor prices. _ Zoesch Andall Wool i by a Chard have received another Supply of the above Rabie goods to which they ask attention. Y Evv trimming Ward h bar chirp just received and opened an extensive assortment Aad cloak trim mings ail of the latest styles. A _. Quot Quot Quot Jujj Gge Long and Square Large a a Bay Sute and scotch plaid shawls just r this lot will to found some Beautiful styles of shawm. Do Ward a a Doh

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