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Baltimore Daily Exchange (Newspaper) - June 18, 1861, Baltimore, MarylandThe daily Exchange. Vol Vii no. 1,019. Baltimore. Tuesday june 18, 1861. Price two Cen is. See fourth Page h Joulev Campbells �7.-/t/ Svi or Rony Wii Al Hyak a Altimori. This inn Lay Ken a Dup la the u b ia14i> h ik-1,1co Iii Iii e of aril Rolion for month of june b. K. Jno. P. , 1p.mtkiirp., .tr., Kun ii h. , 1. Ilk Hoks. A 3�2tar�� aug i can urn Ihu a iut . Baltim Urb Jill a 17, 161. The record of train Surti is it the Stock to to Doy was a hunk. No ital Ever i Iii d ii at it. Mit the securities tie list were Lio Wever steady at saturdays . 11. Jeroad shares f it a which Lime was .,,clo,.,l $44 for Bullimore 1 a a a a a anticipated. Ti3 1.�?zl.ii4 North con Rul .1 Villi savvy cry latest news. Lele Grams. Akk.41lts.\t a a Ufkess a Inloe. K it a Pili ill till i it a Cun Noii at tic Point Kun a. It Orrest Indence of the asset Ciatto prof fortress , Juna it i p. ,,s- Taylor Juht arrived irom no port news reports a skirmish there Thiol Nior Nikii. Three companies of cutout by a Douel i Hups to gather some cattle belonging to a Nisis were tired upon by a company of Hight hours and three who wounded. The cod Edei escaped but the detachment Suchet ded put . The Henf. Debates Are evid Nutly Landing Al arse body of troops at a Point a eve cd above Xew-poit-\ew8, the same Ide of the Janus Mea Murs come own the liver daily and attack Kiti Rohil find i lift Oft at 70 Laid Balliu the and it Hio �s75v to hid for do. T.4 hid. S at. D for North pm Central Ibsh a a a 61 hid for North Werdern a inia Mort Mie. Vij Jinnia Lisl inuit Gage Bonds offer �1 at 70, but no Bixl was Laade for them kor City ii to a no a mar. Today 1800s were offered at 71. J and 1s7�a at Quot us hut there As no bid Mailo for i if r. The mining Stock a a Dull end very heavy Tho Only tin for which there is Iii Quiry Iii sliding fat d. Which today at 1 4 a i a $1 regular Way. new Vork to d North Faro Una b lads dec Iii d o percent Vicki Iii bal and Bonds h to i Wurl Gas adv a e l 1 percent Ami . Kivic new York Central and Kadi of All closed at saturday d flour be. A Al at tetik Stock Boariu. . June 17. 19dl. No Salea at the Stock boar a to Day. Miles a5d or stocks new tors. I y i Klug Kappii. The ugh William 1 i ukr a 8o.x, suck Mil broke a a. 2d South a acct. 1st or 1 i Board. A a. 4v 0> m Tenn be he. Ortli Brit do. Cavil it cd Mpa . Kri. Uairl id. New Vok g �?~..a Road. Cle Velitis and i oled i uni Road ____01 of mid i hit s.,nit,.til la Insul f0 00 Harlai rail of Laluh and Chi<.ago.0 00 Al Highl Uit Tiern guhianteed.00 to Rock Island . 00 i buddy. Steady. The superintendent of the banking department of the stale new yrs will sell at the Meichai its Kex change. New York Tiu Day the Ihly instant noon the deposited Schuilly for its circulating Ludes by tie nation he Bank of Altany. They consist of o new Vork if five. 5,Thlu do Fivi and a half and #5,000 ii a Stales Sixes of ,7. The locks f to Gay flt or acc unt of tie Dank of alb my were f und 10 exceed l the amount of the circus it Iori seve ral the Bill Aio being red enied at . new of the Advance the rates of insurance six a i coning from California i new Vork. Tie san Francisco a Rice of or vhf congrats Lales its readers the fact that to Vare not under tie necessity of paying any such rates a and that treasure remittances May he a >0 t to it und and i hence to new York at half expense a and sets Forelli the advantages the following Tiger to Nolano. igbo and nil expenses of transit rough to Dank of King and .2 percent. Insure me All risk�.2 a a freight and All expense of transit thence Tovy re. It a Atice. loss of interest f r of re it Rcd. Via a total exp cd a via kngiand6 percent. Exl Knask to new Vouk erect. It eight per cent insurance Kun risks la total exile use to new a Oren per cent Mauk Lis. tune 17. a to Herp has bin sore fur intr rave Cuenl today ill i l . Till Sale Indira Iii Loa l a it i i it 1.1 cts., awl 50 hair do. At 11 Ltd to tie Inai Ket is very film Iii is arc to sell at full Rales m e quote is of pillows vis Kio at i Joii cts. For medium t 12j.iu.i1 cts for Rocil 1 a ets for crime 11j, o,l4 Els. or it cedi and a Hite Ai it lava at 17 ul7jj Els or Ali. The Here is about 20,000 a lbs f Ltd r a there 1 As been no movement to Dav hour far we Timve , but the i Rakec exhibits tie same neral features As .satunl.iy, Elan i Ohio super fur l o to of which Vari,.�?~ties there is Annie Little inquiry Are steady at $.5 50 Jar hbl., and Tity Mills do. I of a ure is of general y asked Nerc is however Little or no i Nail it. For extra four Market a Little ii ave. List we still note Olio at $ 1 i to Wail Street a it. My o i 75 a cite. Sli ils at �7 u7.2.i per till for slam Idsaid ship Duff trends. Fam it flour is still Selling by the Dray Load to the Traile at to fur m Eltis Isa for the leading brands of Balti Raport and we quote Baltimore Kraile extra at a per Tail. Ohio and Howard Street f Ami by May it to Eil a Nittin from it 75 to 7 50 per hid. Use k and coax hour Nav he quoted atf3 75 .o4 Biol com meal at �2.s7x per Bill fur Balti a the Market f r Grain of All was Dull tins Ortii Iii Ami Corn there was a Lher Ile Cline. Of a Lieut the Olf Eril is were quite i Fth Only l,40n being at Market. Tipiere was but Little sold hut we quote a it d As before at 120,ml25 cts. Lor to prime and at 127,0 30 ets . 140ra.4j Els. For nod. u 1.55 cis for ii rime and we note a Sal of a of 31 i bushels very Al Nice at 15 1 ets. I oni was very Dull Ami prices for it wore me 2 to 3 cts lower Thau . To Liege it re sine of bust Els received but a few to were sold. Avii Ite ranked of m 50 to 5ti ets. Tin latter figure Betrix la Ai i for Oia two lots of very sup Rii a and yell,.w at from 45 to i 4s ets. Rashel. Thiere was Bye but of Oats Luiere were some 7 10 lius Hehs embraced All that was hollered sul l at 30 Els for Maryland 32cts. For Pennsylvania. f a there is soviet hint la uses. W note a Sale to Day of 30 lids Nurto Rico at 211 its and we Hearil also of a ale Matle saturday of Uil lds. Mii Eov Odo at 17 cts. It c quote As follows Viz Culm at 15-Ivh ets for Eia Yed 17 i 211 ets for miss Ennd i Mylish at lil�21 cts orto Biel at Els. New ,ns32a33ets. Fri Market is still very Dull. There is some Little be ii Leili Niti retail lots but beyond Sheie is Tutti doing. Bacon is very irregular Price and Inmei Ottlie Slock Ofle is. As is usually tie Case at to is season of the year More or less out of con Dii Iii. Range at Filoiii 6 to 7 cts. Sides at from 8 to a e s., and hams at from to 12, it i cts. There is no de Maitil Lia lever Tor bulk meat and it is Imp Osilde to live Reli Aldeau f a it lard is off Erin at9ii9 y cts. Tor lids and Isaral we quote refine d at 12a 12 cts. Liere is however none Selli x mess pork May be quoted at $16 per , o 100 Nihls. Was sold a Day or two since at this Rixnie. We quote prime Polk nominal at $13 -1.13 .50 bump do. At a 2 51 a and beef at 12 for no. 1 and $16 for mess. Ulcer ave still quote at 5, a6 cts for Pond to prime Inis hut there is By Little it. The Stock Here is Lix it. Hut it is file equal to the demand c.ii..ue Linn. Tipiere is Sti l inquiry for Vliem Bur far As we have ii Artl no sales have to Day. We As follows Viz. Gulia and a Nolish Island at $ i 7 u .5 fur common to Good re fun Ari l $0.25 .1 5 75 grocery Porto Rico new at $4.7.5 a.5 Tor Low grades $5.50 ii6 for to Good $6 25iii6.50 for prime. a Salt is quiet i it is sell Lynx from store is As Canterl at 7l> ets. For ground Alum and i .5 fo.140 cts or sack for common lic Aniis Fine. Turks Island May he at 15.r 16 ets for c sea afloat hut it is Selling from store lots at 20cc.25 Els. Per Basliel Hisk is begin unix to accumulate and the Market for it is Dull and heavy we linear of no sales to Day. Hut we role country und City nominal at 17, 17j, cts and Ohio at 17.1< cts. Per fall a. by . New York june 17 it it Toni is sales of 800 Hales at 14 0 14jii ets. Fio is Avys sales of 18. Smi Bills at a decline it re Ull Els stale $4 5c o 4.60 Olio $5 20 0. 5 15 a Otillira 5 7 j 6.75. 5 isl u2cls. Lower Sal. Tol2 7.0 01usheli.fliic8xnsprinx l <7 Milf audit Raul it a 18.1 15 a Ltd $1 27 ii .9 White $1.3finl.38 Lorn is finn Taes of 116-. 60 i Fishels fixed .16vf�44 cts. Sty Choice 46 Els 60 Els yellow 48 Eis pork is . Mess $15 5 ul5 75 prime �10.50 0.10 75. Sugar is steady Muse Evson 4 a o 5j, cts. Ollee is Lirma sales nf2.0o has at 12 ol4e to asses is quiet Alid i Spirits turpentine rinsed . Liun Yant at $2.25 0i2 28. Kice is i to at 5> a 6jv ets. Frei plits Are Dull. . Giaisi 7 Ujj ets. american Albatt june 15 a flour steady. A heat Light Supply tales 3, bushels while Michie at $142. And Small lots Choice do it $1 55 com a Simaile better sales 6.mio bushels Western mixed at 43 cts Good up and Iowa Chicano of cts ite32cts. Wii Iskey 16 i6k cts. Slip died by tows. 7,100 bushels Corn. 11 900 by links Hurley 81,800 bushels wheat 35.000 bushels o. To. Oswego june 15�?flour steady. Wheat Duilo sales 2 200 bus Liels no. 1 jail Waukee club at 98 cts Corn quiet. Lake Init ports �?1.350 hits. Flour 6.300 bushels wheat 5.700 bushels Corn. Canal exports.�?27,000 bushels wheat. Buffalo june 15 a steady i heat lower tales Liis Mornini Ike sales Mmi bushels o. 2 m Ilkie club at 80 ets is 000 bushels no. 1 do. At 82 cts 12 Odd bushels no. 2 Chicano Spring at 77 cts. 13,000 he spiels red Winter at $1.11. Lake imports to Day �?16,000 .iir. 516,000 bushels wheat. 17,000 bus Liels com. .12 000 bushels of canal fxports�?400 bids flour 181,100 bushels wheat. 17.uc0 bushels Corn 8,000 hush oat. bushels Rye 18, Xio bushels Bur Levi new . June 15�?Cotton sales of 29 Bales the Stork port Liy actual count i i 7,400 la All the Pri sies and pickerites. Sugar 41 u.4ji cts. Flour de Cli Ninx sales at $7 75. with save american rifled Cai tinn at the Kip Kaps eve. wat a Brilliant Success. Is Ellis is clearly within Range of Lilis tune Ike Nus priv. Otile. >5-Veii ii the Eie be i 48-Iouii l heels exploded a to met distance irom Camp and one of them Over their . There is a Znoj Parade of tix regiments this Ai e Iio the f. Run is. 1 there is much Diosalia faction Colnnel All n�?T.k Iii . liar Gea have been pie erred . By tie Cal Oriel and the capt Airis of the companies. Kilt a Jim. S of Jenei Nuiji t Ltd la a Federal troops. Chi Kelson to june 16.�? i he capital of Mif. Uri was taken Pof..Ssinti of at two of clue after cod the arrival of Ibe Steamer Jataun by live companies of colonel a Lair a regiment of Mitt Curi t. Lunte Eis umber Comitia us of Andrews and a company of regular artillery under Cape Totten All under co ii and of brigadier Ltd neral . The balance it the Force remained Board of the j. Swan until Lurt Lier orders. A company of regulars Nandor major Fioranti Trio Roughia to arched the noun by Tor contraband i lie. .8, and i und some and Otlien parts of Ril Illery carriages. No violence was ill red but the contrary the b containing the Fede. Of pm were received Ith Latic cheers by a Large c i course of the citizens. Governor Jackson and the other leading Secis is left Here the Steamer while Cloud at 4 of clock Iii Hie afternoon of the 13tb inst. Much do appointment was Manife Sli d by the troops Linding that the enemy had fled. The Ollices however expressed no Surprise Hoy having been previously informed of the Cvack Avion. The till.,p.4 Iuler Lieut. Col. Andrew Are not Ocie spying the ..Ite ilou.. One or two houses Hasebein searched for secession flags but none have been f und. i Iii Miaso it i. Or. , june 17. A Kep it say that brigadier general Slack while mustering to ,into the service i the stale at Chillicothe. .mo., was taken pics nor by col. Curt. With Bis t listed of ites , to Beni Way to . Joseph. It is Nnder-.i d that Gen. Slack will be taken to fort l,-av-eniv.irth. Kirali m 111 miss Iii fru Iii Grid a Rel . Or. Louis june 17.�?general Linn has a Strong proclamation pointing out the determined efforts of the governor and to Force the ate out of the l Nion and the of the military Bill. He rehearses the result of the Conle Retice with g . Lackson and that attempts to execute the provisions of the military Hill have imposed most exasperating hardships the peaceful and Loyal cite of with persecutions a i proscriptions of to those Opi posed to its provisions. Complaints of these acts he says have been re Reivi d by him As commander of the Tore and Al.1 sent to Washington with appeals for re live Lor l Nion Nien who inst,, have been driven from Ilin . He gives his orders received irom the resident iting that it devolves upon Gen. Lynn to Stop summarily by the forces under his command Ith Sueh Aid As May be Reid tired from Kansas Iowa and Illinois. Riny Western .h-Ylani. Fiskio Wiick june 17.�?&Quot regiment of volunteers probably the Rhode l and regiment Are expected Here at Dey reak to they left Hagerstown last night and at a of clerk this afternoon were at Middletown eight Distant from Here where they will Enca rep for the night paid resuming their Areli at Dawn arrive Here shortly after tin Brcak. Their destination is unknown. It was rumoured at Hagerstown yesterday that they would proceed to climber Laid and it is h ought that they Avill Tak Quot the cars at .5innocacv station and proceed to Slumberland by Way if tie Baltimore and o Lio Railroad. The fact that no provision had yesterday been made for Beir conveyance across the colomac and the Scarcity of boats at that Point renders this supposition a very doubtful one. Gen. Sli River of this City has made ample arrangements for breakfasting the Force at the several hot. Is Here. During their stay Frederick they will he quartered at the Barracks the outskirts of the City. Their expected Arriva Icrea is much excitement Hough not of any ii Fri idly charac Ter. The regiment i learn upon Gigli authority was the Point of the i it Uniac at Williamsport yesterday when orders were received which led to their diversion Fri that line of us Vunice and their subsequent March ibis direction. Major general matters nne a Force arc encamped at Ilag Orston and at Funkstown three Miles Distant and at several intervening Points. The evacuation of harpers ferry has it is report. 1, led to a sudden change the line of March of this column a portion of it Only had forded tie , when the marching order of the Force were countermanded and hey returned to Camp. A Large number of wagons were hurriedly collected film the Farmers that Vicinity during saturday Naglit and sunday and a messenger Olio left there this Murning Flint lie saw indications about the Camp of Early departure. The Hill Erin Sylvania regiment reached the Camp this morning. A Iii off re. Wasni Salton .1 line 17. A quartermaster of neral Meigs has order to All the assistant quartermasters to Mike no purchases whatever without first advertising Tor proposals even for a Short Lime. Col. Robert Anderson has been promoted to Brig Ader eueral. Kex governor a. Reeder has declined the tender of a brigadier a generalship. Win. S. Rosecran.has been a jointed a Brig i Dier general. Hon. John a. Gurley is authorized by the Ritsi Dent to raise six Regis cents . Lieutenant Colf Mel Jearlin h is been Aie cled colonel of the "1st. New York regiment at a brigade. Major Smith colonel the owner of three slaves by Genera Sandl re reside. At , Maryland and i. A l Nion Luan. The rendition was under the l Rmer a proc Lama til i Eli met exec live approval. A unix a a Kentucky regiment of cavalry is to be mustered As last of the Coin Pani shall report. T e or More companies Are yet wanting to it. It will be by gerneral los Ali Harlan As colonel and oui Asli. Ute ant colonel. The hr. regiment from Boston arrived Here this evening at 7 of cock. it of Yting. So Iii of the Avic cilia g of Iii it i i it old enc�, june 17.- the convention to Day motion of or. Dorsi Gay of Monon Gitela the declaration of depend Taco was ordered to a third Reading. A or. obtained rave to report ordinance reorganizing tie Iki Uncial Bureau of the he which no sheriff or Ulier d. No Ivory of the Public funds shall be permitted the Penally of loss of Ollice p v any to the Ric Limond authorities or buy but the bereft or to be provided. Or. Dorsey ii Iov. D that the be Caralion of a be jut upon its passage c tiling for the nuts find nays when it was unanimously adopted ayes 56, n it .1 vote the negative. This members were Absi leave and Tia declaration was signed by Lifty six. Imbesi from a Civ no proxy Ess of the Ici Hal Lloita Kex act l Al ecu pin innit it. Wash Notos june 16. A advices just received Here f. Oin gentleman going Anani i Hiat file i the Leader of the i Lorce. new , was about to ii tack Annama. The g eminent Atli iritis were i Lilly prepared to Mei t them and would have the assistance and e it opera tion of All the foreign r a Levils that place. The i Glish and Amei icon were the immediate Vicinity and were bound to Render Sindi prote tion to the citizens of both countries As might be neck Simiry. Iii Poi Toft ,.veil soc Ca Loii Soldier a Nintle i re soil is a Villi o pin ii for a i no Iii Arlin Itou Fulci lits. , june 17.�?a scouting part of the 69tli regiment returning to their Eam i a one of clock to Day captured seven secession soldiers one of whom was it Captain whose person was found the roil of his Region it and a diagram and details of a plan for attack Arlington height.-. Tic Mei Fla fired t Poi. , june 17�?a sin Cial despatch to the Cumic Chat from Kvan Ville Kentucky says that the Teamer Sarah Kii a word bound to civic Indiati and . Loui. While hacking out of Owensboro Kentucky had her Flag tired upon by confederates and completely riddled with bullets. Other damage was done. d Atli cd Alexann Drin. Aik Asimia june 17.�?i Liege being Strong Rea Potis to suspect Advance of the cd federates from Iii tax court hous last night the military or re were the Alert and every preparation was made to meet and repel attack but the Naglit without alarm. The position of Federal forces Here is deemed impregnable. City intelligence. War movements. Speed us Cottet Annj Nee if the daily Eich Anye , Montgomery co., june 14, 1861. About one of clock monday Lola instant our usually quiet Village was thrown into cite ment by the arrival of some forty Federal tconp.with two yield pieces we i passed through and took up Lliter Encampment abut one mile West of the Village Thev were soon by a company of cavalry Imber do about sixty men who went into Camp near the Artill by. Bout Nightfall the silence was again broken to the arrival of the new Vork Yth regiment. This r Guient had marched about f Miteen quilts during the Day. The men were apparently broken Down and overcome by the Lieut and it was rumoured that Luite a Nui uber Stillfred from Sua stroke the March. The Sylvania regiment under colonel Patterson a lived luring the night. The two last regiments t o k up Encampment and near the agricultural Lair ground. The new Hampshire regiment and a battalion of Washington arrived t tuesday and went into Camp at the same place. Of tuesday our Village was inn Cli annoyed by of Drunken Aud disorderly Zdiera. The Dpi Copal Church was Burk ii open though no de or Rostion was t mini Ltd. A Quad entered the court House and broke open the Djonis of the Slier it a a and county coiumi.-.-ionei�?Tlooms for the purpose they said of gelling the roof to raise a Flag. Not succeeding getting the roof they Coit Enjeti by sticking up a Small Flag one of the windows. They were a waited upon by one of our citizens whom they abused h r being a Sec ssi Ouist. Wed Esilivo everything went of with but Little annoyance. A Deino Strati to wa.made to de Troy the Ollice of them into Raery co Unity i Ivinel acc of its rights Iii Peiples but by the Etui i earlies of the Wile and Iii Thor Law of the owner tie soldiers desist d. Ausili Caliumi was made to Captain Smead to Send a guard to prot it the office and it is said he gave very Little action but said the paper deserved to be destroyed from articles which had appeared it and it would i Lily Bep reserved because a Nanilu if i till under the Ifni id y Erumel of the cd we Antici paid Iiiie trouble the Day of elect but the of ill demonstration of the military was made by Oitice a and squad of the new Hampshire . Titiev come up near our polls and hoisted the Flag of Ali it United slates one of the6tiiies being Ciosci bed Large letters a the new Hampshire. Volunteer regiment a the Flag was guarded during the Day by a picket . Frank Dunlop k-q., a son of Juige Dunlop residing Georget win 1. C., his Way borne from a to Bis uncle�?T., major George Peter bad Bis Higgy run into by a Wagon Bel aging to the new Vork Bill regiment and Bri it ii to pieces. They gave him no satisfaction and u Ide no reparation Lor the damage. Or. Dunlop was detained by the Accident and went Down to look at the troops whereupon he was Arre by the new Hanii Shire regiment aft required to to Ike the usual oath before lie was release d. Owing to the troops being our county the Vole was Small the right men remaining Home o i account of threatened arrests More by the Union Loving slaves of Lin Cion than the soldiers. Some of the soldiers have Spok Quot a freely to the negro population about freeing them and one occasion u Soldier said to a negro Man a the ought to have Cut i master Throat for coi reeling 1 is due to the of slicers Coinman intr the Troope to Sav they have As a general thing Cal died every facility to protect the rights and property of our citizen. The most of the outrages perpetrated our midst there is Little doubt were perpetrated the instigation of a portion of the Union Sli bitkers. They were i particularly of icings circulating pics of the Sentinel am no the troops. The new Voik 9h, colonel Patterson the Pennsylvania and new regiments have left taking the route to Kwa Tda a ferry and to Leesburg a. It is reported the regiment of highlanders Ivill be Here to night. G. T correspondence of the daily Kyj change Fielx Alco tie pikes Llor a ii Xii ii Emiil proc Cert Wiigs our Uei Porter Lunkes nil iiit��?~res1liii like . Torso town june 17.�? saturday last the unions extravagance and Ibe Illions that heretofore went to the Nonh will he kept at Home. And As she i every hour becoming More self reliant a Short it will not be absolutely Ner Essory to Send abroad Lor one d liar of supplies All being product it her own Borders. Her soldiers care Ziolli Iii about taif pay. Give them enough to eat. And they Are always Gigli Linig Tim. Rut i might i and ii Folium. Will Only add that the War tax this is 8 cents the Hundred dollars. From foist toss a Nook. I a the arrival of the Bay line of oui Era we learn that the condition of affairs at fortress Roe Are anything but agreeable to the commanding 5omi,, 4iiillt�?�, Olicer. The greatest dissatisfaction prevails among the volunteers regard to their Connie Anding of i cers. A number of captains and Vijeu tenants have tendered their resignation and the men flatly assert that they will not March from their encamp units to execute any Advance order unless they Are coi mauled by Fen. Butler person or by Ime Olicer of the a Gular army during Islieb for his military skill. The. Y Are All anxious that the command of any expedition Nav Given to col. Lunwick. Liis however Wil scarcely be Theca a As a very had feeling a tween the regular and the v., of slicers the Foi Izier greatest coated int Lor the latter. Gen. Butker Philip Pendleton of Virginia paymaster the army. Arks nuns trip obis. Col. Thomas c. , late member of Congress from Arkansas has reached Memphis with a regiment of six Liuti dred Arkansas t. Oops the Way to Ricoli Tuond. He acknowledges the Memphis Arn Umeh of Iii Quot 10, the present of a Confederate Quot ilk Flag from mrs. Jefferson Davis sent from new Orleans. It 111 Kastein ii Iliin from reliable source. We learn the following d a Tail it affairs Virginia. At Fairfax 111 Alexandria Are the Erly of Alexani Ria and the old Domi Iliou rifles Are expected. They Are also heavy guns at that Piniat. the Vicinity of Mjin-is Junction Cit Treville and Kair lax court House there Are about 20,000 troop few Days Siree general la visited Manassas Junction Aud cd winged like whole plan of entrench ment they not having been thrown up a according to la o i. Star. Further from Europe. The ii Jua off a author . Fast Hub Point june 16.�?the Steamer Jura from Liverpool with Dales to Hie Glt passed this Point this evening her Way to Quebec. The Steamer Nova Scotia arrived the 5th instant. The Ivanier City of ral Liquore sailed the 5lh inst. With �161 400 specie. Lord Rii Ell said Hie hous of com Uinn that it was the intention of the government to secure the strictest ii Utility Beti Cen England death of coi Inklin Mclean �?.a a eting of the meuilier.of tie i More bar was held vaster Day at 1 o clock the Superior court room. Nun the a announce mint of the do Mali of or. Me Vale Mie live mibs from this place a Rel or. I. Nev it Steele moved that judge a Martin take the chair and that or. B. Barroll a a a a a a Jern a mitral Railroad act As pc rotary. Where a company attached to the Pennsylvania t motion a. Campbell the chair appointed Fly regiment is stationed for the Protection of a committee of live to draft Esol Uii is expressive Road.As thrown into no Little by of the sense it the Iii etrog. ,. . Mason Campb. La Jervis Spicer Robt. It it a privates to murder one Otei jury it r. A cited Wall i and 1. N. Steele were up Poilu a c ainu Luce. The Meni Bei p of the committee retired find returned with the Folio Winti resolutions which were presented by j. Mad Ltd a Campbell Roxo Frfd that tie of Dau Iradore have with the 8incercst regret it if the by uth of Cornelius much . Ksq., lon i one of its most esteemed Aud valued . Hensolt ftl., that the Joss we have Sun Tail a. We mourn the Dej Hrire. Not merely of accomplished brother who always performed Iii duties to his clients t Community tie most Thorou and energetic inn r. And with marked ability but of a True and Covici Illious Man wino Sou it to know and do Lial is right and who has . Left i Liimol him Char acierto he thes Olac of his surviving friends Ulm example to Iii professional Brethren. Of a a Sofil. That Toliese he communicated by the Secretary to or Mcl Aii a relatives and that Token of respect fur memory this meeting will attend his f neral Ami Wear the usual badge of mourning for the j Cut Tomary i it period. These resolutions were enforced touching manner by or. And were further i forced by or. Steele who spoke of tie deceased Earnest manner. Judge Martin said 1 can Only repeat what i said this narc la it lament the Dea h of our late Friend and brother c rneliu.mclean Esq and concur All that has been said by the Learned gentlemen who have a digressed the chair commend Iti of his character and his personal and prof Ostonal accomplishments. As a testimonial of our respect for Fri a memory of or. Mclean. I shall it the i is Luti it ins adopted by the bar to be entered upon the records of the court. The meeting then adjourned. Lypor l into Hallimore. Fokion. Buenos tres to arc Sarah sheaf �?104 Tona hones 203 do hone Ash by Iii her Iii cargo for Falia Ortii England. Halifax. of a re Lish shr. Colin 1 145 Bis herring. Jya Corner . Berjini dark to a a Sehr. G. O /$ote.�?121 Bales Wool 215 hols. Potatoes 1 do. Tomatoes 32,600 bbl. Onions j. 5 ates amp co. Sui it i a Toni it Eiith. Wasner Egton Luivie 17.�?the Kat i has made offer which has been accepted to receive government payment for the transportation of troops and Luu Kitiona of War the route Between new a Ork and Harrisburg. The bids were opened at the Ost Ottice department t Day for carrying the mails route o. 14 2.5, for four years from the 1st of july next that is for supplying the brai Cli pct cd for the general Ost office the City of new a Ork. There were 53 bidder wins of from ?12,00f to ?17.ul/0 per annul. The contract was awarded to win. Wray at the latter sum. This Servia e has been Perlor Nied by g. W. Norris for l?3,50u per annul. A the withdrawal of or. Burlingame from the austrian i Mission was not consequence of any protest but a delicate unofficial intimation that the appoint tit it a not a rehab . Major Henry Hill of Virginia army paymaster at new a Ork Lias resigned. Army No . june 11 a it having been determined As announced the general order containing the plan of. Organization of the forces called into the service of the United that the president shall appoint by and with the advice and cons it of the Senate one surgeon for each brigade the Secretary of War has instructed Sugeon general Finley immediately to Convene this City after due notice army medical Board whose duty it shall he to examine All persons referred to it by the department As applicants for brigadier surgeons and report the result of such examination appoint Penis will be made Only from among those who shall be examined and reported by the As Iii Lilied. A further order been issued by the Secretary that the surgeon finneral Institute a similar Board of various complaints having reached the Deji Arment o the incompetency regimental surgeons who have been appointed either by the c Tom aiding officers or the governors of the . The Board is to examine surgeons of whom complaint is Inadi order to secure their dist Issal it found incompetent. Tic Bills Sicam boats. Was Moriis june 17.�? the bids for the construction of Trio steam screw inn boats advertised by the Navy department were opened to Day. The largest portion of tie bid Are from the new King Lanai ship a Ards and manufacturers. The bids for Hie hulls Range from s55.�o�ou to $90,000, and for the engines Furnin $35,000 to �48,000. Teie Are from one Hundred to one Hundred and fifty bidders for the hulls. Tim which the bidders propose to comply with the obligation ranges As to Hie bulls from 90 to 105 Days 1 As to the engines from 60 to 160 Days. The above ordination was obtained from one of the bidders. It Mav be proper to remark that Hie department As express cd the advertisement reserves the right to accept the proposition most to the interest of the government and reject them All at its option. The u. S. Sloop of Wau correspondent of the new Vork Herald writing from Board the Saratoga it cabe Iida Africa says nearly All the Saratoga a of slicers Are from Southern slates with Southern feeling and Southern principles. Two Are from Hie seceding Alabama and Mississippi. Here is a list Captain Allred Taylor Virginia first lieutenant John Julius Guthrie Ortli Candi a Sec and lieutenant Charles. Haye Alabama third lieutenant Joseph a Sherrett Ohio fourth lieutenant Franci a. Rainsan Fenn Sylvania surgeon Richard. Jeff Virginia Fay master j. N. Carpenter Kentucky assistant surgeon James e. I ind a North Carolina Boatswain George Smith Virginia gunner Robert h. Cross Wasiqi Ingold d. Capt Aiu a clerk Benjamin r. Shekem masters mate l"t7i.a e. Or it Gers Washington. 1. C., Ayni Aster Frederick g. Rowe Norfolk Virginia. N it Unicof them have even the smell of Abolt Bis garments and yet they Are All eager to suppress the slave Trade ind Ibex hearts feel As de ply Tor the real sufferings of poor negro Iii inanity a even Greeley and Sumner with All their Crocodile tears Over the last that Many of the of brei Here Are uth. Riners. Let not the Hope of priz a to imputed to hum As a motive. The High Laigale Wou d have been taken before she took her negroes Lor All were sure she was a Walter do Good there but Hie fear was that without the negroes Board evidence cold not be produced to convict her before even a new Vork or Boston Jurand commanders of naval vessels Here do not wish to Unaka Tubeo selves personally liable for damages to wealthy slave traders when their own government will not protect Ihm the discharge of their duty from Tuch risks. Besides what is the prize a Lew Hundred negroes c pared with the value of Erich a ship As the Nightingale the Law be amended As to protect filers the discharge of their duty from Legal action for damage and slavers will be taken much faster without slaves Board than they even have been before with them. . Scott and the Scott waa heard to say yesterday that he would have captured the Levels at harpers ferry and a i their Ludi Tiosh of War had it not been for the news paper press Fin their anxiety to give Ead news keeping the rebels fully posted of every move ment of the United slates trips. He said Quot he would rather hate one Hundred Rehel spies his lamp than one newspaper report re be said right Vasa. Cor. Phil. Inquirer the Western Papert Saj that Nutting but Sheet Iron Gloth Oan rebut the Nito a Frei at Cairo of to lac no Csc 1 11 Bill Aioli of tie army. Cix Cismati june 17.�?a special despatch from Gralton says there is a gradual concentration of Federal troops direction of Hili Ippi. The report of lighting at Buchanan with considerable loss to the con federates has not been authenticated. A number of rifled Cannon have arrived Here from Ohio with a Large amount of Siginu Nixion. There is unusual activity toward. Cheat River. The confederates Are at cd fit River Caiu gaps under command of Gen. Jackson. A messenger from Phillip Iii announces that scouts have discovered that the cuff debates Are marching towards Iii Lippi. And the Federal troops there expected attack this Nio Riding. Anniv Ranry of tic Battle of Bunker Hilll Osrox Jutie 17.�?col. Clarks splendid regi intent one thousand Strong and major Cobbs new Light artillery corps and a Bat Tallinn of Zau Sves paraded to Day among the other military feature of the Celebration of the anniversary of the Battle of Hill at Charleston. The military marched around the Monument m the presence of immense assemblage of Citize a Clarks regiment subsequently went into Barracks at Northam Bridge where they will remain till they March Lor Washington next week. This afternoon the Light artillery were reviewed and drilled common their Battery consists of six rifled Cannon capable of throwing Shell four Miles. New York jail Leary Nio Vemens. , june 15.�?the Buffalo regiment col. Rogers and the Utica regiment col. Slian have received orders to report at they will probably leave tuesday it. The remaining live regiments will be metered into the United service for two years and fully equipped. They Hope to receive orders the coming week to March. The Twenty sixth regiment is ordered of Washington and will leave of monday or tuesday. a Turc of a Frlic. New a Oak june 17.�?tbe Brig Hattie Jackson arrived Here to Day As a prize of the blockading Squadron Oil Savannah. She belongs to and was bound for Savannah from Matanzas with a cargo of molasses. She was captured by the gunboat Union after five hours Chase. The Confederate Flag was found Board. The Minnesota and the Union were off Savannah but the firmer would soon leave for Hampton roads. The Wabash Flag ship waa off Charleston. Handsome has been erected the Northwest Corner of South and water streets a most elegant and substantial the property is of by Johns h a kiwis. Esq and until within a few month. The site was occupied by a Dingy Structure which i compared very jul Avo Rable with the handsome buildings the Vicinity. The present building however vies with any of it . It i built of Brick is three stories High and i front is covered with Cement Kiich give it the Lippi Arance of brew a Stone. The first Story is of massive Iron columns Ith heavy Iron a dates resting the top forming a very secure foundation for the upper i the Interior has been admirably arranged for by i Ness purposes and the rooms Are Tini bed with a taste �11 1 elegance. The room the Corner i occupied by the Baltimore Marino insurance company j which James Hooper jr., e q., is president win. I. Montague .ir., eq.,, and capt. Francis. Wilsin Surveyor. The Board of director is coins of de of a number of our Best and most widely known men. La character and integrity the company will 1 be nothing comparison Wiki tin. Beat of the Northern . Since a organization its busine.has been Good and is now daily increasing. The room to the North of the one referred to is occupied by messes. William Fisher a sons Stock brokers and is admirably adapted for the transaction of the Large and varied of this Well known . The rest of the building is arranged for offices. Or. W. S. A Deuson further examination of or. Winfield Scott Anderson who was arrested some Days since at the relay Houe upon the charge of treason took place yesterday morning at the office of United commissioner Manan. The Only wines examined was or. John ill Amson a clerk the House of messes. Paynter Davis a co., who the Tifi Das the character of the letters which he bad Given to or. Anderson and which he recognized the coins is sooner a a office. The United District Altor Ney or. W. Meade Addison stated that under the circumstances he did not deem it necessary to the letters and would direct their return to the writers. The commissioner then stated that he did not think any evidence had been elicited during the Eramio Avlon that would warrant the further detention of or. Anderson and i e would therefore Dia Iniss the Case. As to the Bank notes or. Young counsel the defence stated that lib did not acknowledge the right of the United to retain them As a contraband of War a but was not prepared to dieu8 that Questi. N at Liis Lime. He hoped however that the commissioner would direct that they be placed some Bank or the custom House for Safe keeping until the ii estion of their could be definitely settled. The Case was closed and the Deputy United marshal took charge of the notes. Dec Nils afternoon about 5 of clock two soldiers of col. Mcconnell a regiment were walking along Bank Street both quite drunk what a Cue of to lieu named Welsh concluded to take up position. Against a pump. His Comrade a into Macken refused to allow this and Matici noted to drag him along. As Welsb n is fighting he concluded to give Elii Bitt u of his Quality and accordingly Pic Ned . A struggle ensued when Welsh Dretz his Bionel and Atto nipped to thrust Macken but the latter tripped Welsh up and he fell to the ground skinning his nose and suffer ing a Fli Glit Zuibi Asuro of the skin and forehead. The Lidice interfered and took them to the police station and Justice grit committed we ish to jail the charge of being drunk and i orderly. members of the new Vork regiment which came to this City sunday yesterday went into the photograph gallery of or. E. Politzer West Balti-111 re Street when each one had a picture taken. I they were done of the party took All of the pictures and stated that to i sized to How them to a Iris . A Quot then went out leaving the other two remaining but a Short Lime they moved off. Seeing Tiey were about to cheat him or. P started Pursuit of them i no succeeded overtaking Hisiu but Alliey Only cursed him and refused to pay him. He Ihei went for a a lice Arian but Belore lie could and Oue the swindlers had fled. Man named Francis Blair Wirtman locomotive no. 5, yesterday morning about 11 of clock met with a serious Accident at mount Glare station of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. He was engaged coupling a train of cars the bumpers of which were very Short and when the two cars came together lie was caught Between them and badly crushed about the hips. He waa conveyed to Bis residence. No. 602 West Baltimore Street when or. Nail rendered his services. Seregny was yesterday arrested by officer Councell upon the charge of assaulting a a Schaffer with a Hill. He was held for a further hearing by Justice Shipley. The hol Hoay Street Holcy and Gaii Isbell minstrels who commenced their engagement at this theatre last evening were received by a Good audience. 1 he comical ties of Birch and Tho singing of Campbell seemed the picket Guai is. 1 appears the Captain Gareth four men a rave of Blenc for several hours and they repaired to a place near the Camp where they obtained liquor and became intoxicated. their return they the guard took his Musket from him and attempt d to Bayonet him where upon the guard ran to the capt.iin�?T. Juart is and informed him of the fact. The Captain immediately Dela led five men to pursue them Aud being them to his quarters dead or living. As soon ast Delict Imant Cine sight of the diff Overly soldiers they Weie rallied upon and me ser Graut upon hearing the shouts of a kill them kill a ordered i detachment to hich resulted one of the i mutineers being shot dead the pot Oliree balls entering his breast and one taking effect Bis forehead another was shot through i the left hand and the remaining two taken prisoner. The wounded Man is confined the 1 ii Ospital at Melval and the two prisoners were taken to fort Mchenry to await Emirt . The major of Hie regiment passed through this place yesterday from Cockeysville his Way to me Vale with the View of investigating the matter. Three Hundred United troops arrived at the Piko Ville Arsenal eight Miloa halt oru i week and Are guarding it. saturday no Obi i citizens of this place held Arp Oiher meeting with the View of organizing a Home guard. This place has been for the past four or five Niglis the scene of disorder and Rowdy ism. Pistol shot pistil shot oath after oath and Knock ring after Knock Down Lall upon the ear while Uno fending citizens Ife compelled seek shelter from a desperado brandishing his pistol followed ii threat. Why is it the officers of the peace not exercise their authority and Stop this outrageous conduct Chart Clew Captain of the Towson guard has resigned his commission As officer of that corps. Puce and by lits 3icetlng Llu Rford 4 i ninth. At a meeting of the friends of face and rights of Abingdon District Harford county yield at the Acadia my the town of Abingdon saturday the 15hi inst., Septimus d. Sewell esq., j was called to Hie chair and William Young appointed Secretary. A car Amilte composed of i col. John Carroll Walsh or. Sami. Ii. head James Cochran we. J. Frice and r Ibert Henry is s., was appointed to draft resolutions for the consideration of the meeting. The following were presented read and unanimously adopted whereas believing the prosecution of the War Between Ibe Yorlli South which is now impending will be destructive to every Inlet est of the country and he the Means of producing a never ending hatred Between the two contending Sec Ivins of it and that therefore it is the duty of every Patriot to exit his utmost ability having such measures adopted As will prove most effectual terminating Clcil risk led by this meeting. That it be recommended to the people of Harud county who Are favor of a peace policy Bas a upon the recognition it the Southern confederacy and who Are opposed changed his mind relative to taking the Battery a. Great Bilici and allowed saturday to pass by wiil out making a Deino Istrati i. It was rumoured just b lore the Steamer left that a huge Force with general Butler comma Ihirg would leave the fortress Aud Vicinity for some Point the direction of a Ort . Gen. Fierce a shirts that no Blain can of attached to Triin t a the disaster Al a Ethel As the Jirong Amine waa prepared for him by gon. Butler 1 he lol Lois d it out to a letter. All Hie stories put afloat to Hie a i it that Genii. Butler waa highly incensed it Gen. Fierce and reprimand him Livrati terms Lor tin defeat Are erroneous. As yet he has sex pret de no Dipka ure to Gen Ineice. It is now assorted that col. Townsend gave uie order to Retreat. Frovin Sioris Are plenty but consist principally of sail meats and dry bread. Green peas new Point sea and roast Lamb Are scarce owing to the of the season. Troops Llos Lily to Wasuling Toni. sunday afternoon the regular four o clock train Over Tho North Central railway was detained several hours beyond its of starting. the meantime a special train consisting of a i co motive and containing two government re was sent up Ilio Road at full need. Later the evening Nensa. of empty cars was Ca patched Trum the Deriot Lor the purpose it is supposed of Back to was i toe All a to a portion of Atterson a or g add Alader a columns. To Day two regime its will arrive from claim Ber Borg and More will follow As fast As Railroad facilities can be oiled. Arr Viil of troops. Yesterday about 1 of clock by Way of the flail Adelphia Road. Hie to regiment of volunteers col. R Condin arrived the City. They marched by Way of Salt ignore Street to the Camden a Lireet depot and to k the ear. Lor Washington. The regime it numbered 1040 men. A Skirvi Tislim. A Little fight occurred near senecas Mill which is Oil the Maryland Side of the Fot Mac some 28 Miles above Washington. . Col. Everett com Maud of three c Una of District volunteers about 200 men Bing a detach font of col. Stones column will started canal b irom George town and were nil ged to Leive Thein a f Miles lip and March the confederates having Cut the dam. At Seneca Tho detachment was lived upon by a Libarty of 100 cavalry the Virginia Side of the River. Col. Everett marched his men into the dry bed of the canal and sheltered by the 0ipoite Hank a it t med the cavalry Fin. Shots were exchanged Lor ? Inie Louie across the Potomac a distance of seven eighths of a mile. Capt. Shreves is reported to have been killed. Go of. Stone is at Darnestown with Ihen Ruth new a Oik regiment four Miles above Seneca Mills. His command was lived upon by this same cavalry company yesterday evening and two of the Emvy a Bills were picked up. They were the h t g Range Minie Musket balls. The enemy Burnt a Bridge some two Miles from see Era hich dresses a Branch of the Potomac Over which the i Ede rid fore must Cros if they us Vaidic j across the River. A party f som thirty or More of the enemy Are throwing up Earth Wink u High Hill opposite Seneca Mills Aud the Federal troops with a Glass can see them working at it. At Cabin John Bridge the woman who keeps the lock House says that there is a secession Flag option site that Point the Woods and that the woo its is Lull of rebel troops a i i Are c instantly watching for Opportunity to make a dash at Wiir men. I be c institutional guards it Ajit. Degge., Everett a battalion occupy the Heights at great Falls the Maryland Shore. Several secession soldiers were discovered making a raft below Ibe fall., when Cajita. Degges lived three shots at them the third one striking near Vliem that they immediately Supei idd their Salt making and retired u Deli. Star kkii3io.m . From the Ali Edmond dispatch. June 15.1 la of c Imajune 10.�?the county of , to Dav Ulanimo Iisley ordered that $45. 100, addition t it $10 060 a or a of used he raised and invited to Mitilia to Masse to Volunteer and go into the service. This cd Tyr a Small one has three companies the held and is j Robert. N Ehulett has full artillery eos Opane nearly ready la which the colonel Aud lieutenant colonel of the Reg Faient Are private. A a a. a a a. Of the fight the order a. Issued that our whole i fru Sta was Strong and satisfactory. Force should retire upon a Yorktown and the March Quot a army not events. Phil Adelphia j huh 17.�?colonel Ernie a regiment broke Camp this morning Aud Are about starting Lor Chamb Enburg. General Malfi regl sent Turu by the Eane Roate this afternoon. To be appreciated. The place of amusement con Tiquet to be holed Nightie a o.nai night about 11 of clock a balloon to which waa attached a Light was observed to Rise from a Point near the Chain Brido a and Leesburg Turnpike some six Miles above the Bridge. It was doubtless a disunion atonal answering or to be answered by Amine signal from traitors ibis City or within the United lines the other Side of the Potomac Wash. Siar. A Nero appointed to the. New York Costou Leader says i we Are informed that last monday a free White citizen of the fourteenth Ward of this City named Illiam of Brien was removed from the position of a Marker the Goitom House of Iii City a negro named Bobert Yoi Barg appointed bit place i to the Coli tinted military i Scupa Tiomi of this by the Federal Fror is that they shall atone organize then Selv a the several i Lection districts of the county by the formation cd c Mitten of o Serva tion and vigilance which i it ind it tees shall a a mint five delegates from each strict who shall a Illic shvely Conr dilute a county Central executive Board for the More immediate manage Merit and direction of Hie movements of the face and Riuli men of Harford. He Suleeta that it be recommended to the friends of peace and All opposed to military domination within the Borders of our com imn wealth to organize at once Iligir respective c aunties such committees As Are mentioned the above Resolution that Anfel Clive organization May he made As speedily As possible. Jle Soh cd that by Thorou Gli organization and ceaseless and untiring efforts directed to the proper end the to rinds of peace and rights Maryland win materially hasten the arrival of that Day of deliverance which must eventually come and which is to free us from the present Thra Dom which has deprived a of nearly every a tribute of sovereignty and made our people objects of contempt and derision to Hie people of the North and of pity to our Brethren of the South. He shed that Tho members of this meeting pledge themselves to unqualified and deter Iii de opposition to a War Between the North and South to assist every proper and Legal Mode procuring a recognition of the Southern confederacy and therefore a peaceful Tern nation of our present difficulties and when this is Accuu Iplie a 11 devote every Energy that May be lawful Ami proper a to place Maryland where she ought to be along ii. Of a Irginia full communion and association with her sister slates of the South. Hseuh re that the thanks of this meeting be and they Are hereby tendered to the a. Severn Teackle Wallis for his Noble and Patri Itic Effort As a member of the general Assembly of Maryland to redeem Hie stale irom her present degraded position. Serr mrs d. Sewell chairman William a Ono Secretary. g Georgia. The follow ing is extract from a letter irom a Well known merchant of Florida commanding a Large Force. He was at Augusta Georgia june 3d, purchasing accoutrements whence he writes As follows a was the for ingest evidence of the enthusiasm and determination of our people the of Georgia has alone within the last ten Days taken Over fifteen million dollars of the Southern Confederate Bonds paid for Cotton and specie and if necessary will take As much More. Such is the Union and Confidence of the South that 1 am convinced that one Hundred million dollars could be raised thirty Days if required. As for Volon Teers there Are no end to the applications. We have now service upwards of 100,000 men and a Many More begging enrolment. We have that coi Tidence the justness of our cause and our own strength As will always insure us ready hands and Brave the avar Eiith Alaam Genii Faaee. We Are permitted to Opy the following extract of 8 letter from a merchant Tennessee to his Corres Pond Potenta this City a Nashville june 5, 1661. I had hoped by this the people of new York would have opened their eyes to the awful ruin before them if they persist carrying out the plans of the Republican party. It is wonderful How utterly ignorant they Are of the strength resources and determination of the South. Let me give Vou idea of Itiat has been done Tennessee just before its adjournment the legislature authorized the governor to Call for 55,000 troop of which 25,000 were for immediate Active service and the remaining 30,000 for a Reserve Force. Although five weeks have not yet expand since the adjourn Inen of the legislature already Over 80,000 men have offered theineelves�?60,000 of whom have been accepted nearly 40,000 Are already the Field. And this without any proclamation being made by the governor he not deeming it necessary to do As the troops offered themselves later than they could be provided for. It May seem incredible to you but i have no doubt that there Are now More than 600,000 men co distantly drilling the Confederate . Her people Are economizing cutting off All kinds of was taken up at . Every thing was removed that was of any value. The following Are the teas a for Liis movement 1-t. Our Amqui Iliou was nearly exhaust ii. 2d. We were much Lurllie from Ilie a Buck Bone a or strength id our posit too than were Hie enemy. Id. Tiie position itself i by no Means a ing one the contrary some respect it i very weak. I Xiver or Viii Ixia june 11.�?Tho military school has been oper Alioti Lor about a week and the ii umber of cadets is very respectable or. , n graduate of the Virginia military Institute and or. Dudley from town ill them very succoj.ugly every morning Aud the lectures have not yet and will not coi Nence until july 1st. Col. Scheie was sent to Richmond to a cure anus and the school is to receive 130 Poi Cussi mussels and two pieces f Cannon. Ai plication come numerous by and of them irom officer the militia and men of Liper Veirs that the school is Likely to Bocci due ver z useful indeed. Fairfax c. H., june 12.�?most of your correspondents company As you know Are Young men. Lot out of their teens. Tlisov Are the soldiers who a to be the nuo to anxious to go out there is a f Iiah ble us every evening a to who shall go out a.cuts and picket. We Are All a Xinu to have a Brush with the enemy and our Only fear is that we wont have one. There arc rumours afloat every Day that the enemy m e coming by thousand to attack us at night. Our Only reply i., them c me. Ciu Xiy Lune 17 a yesterday afternoon a Hardy looking company of irishmen sixty three Strong arrived town from Shen Andose , under to command of a it Tain Sybert of new Market. They Are handsomely uniformed Grey Success to our adopted is from the Merab Isle. Not one Man has died at the Hospital this place. The lord of 11 its is with them. Lune 13.�?our Southern neighbors still continue to pour and with others which reached Here yesterday a the first Rifle regiment of Alabama Well aimed and equipped every respect. They went into Camp at this place. The Stream of men Noui Iii is continuous that it is a order to All where Many come from. the Rush to arms is great that men have to he drafted to stay at Home. Another Louisiana regiment arrived this morning. Raleigh june 13.�?du i the sitting of the convention at Raleigh. C., a despatch to governor Elii a received bouncing the tory at Bethel. While the venerable president was Reading it every Man sat or stood As motionless As a statue listening with great by is silence but when be closed the remotest Chambers if the Capitol echoed and re echoed the most deafening applause. Geu. a Kunin red attack Kirli Iii Iii from file West. 1 have Learned from a Semi Olli Cial source some details of a plan for attack of Richmond from the West which shows that the Campaign Western v Irginia commenced under such glorious auspices at Phillippi and Romney will be conducted throughout with the same gallantry and celerity. While at Cincinnati a Lew Days ago general Mcglellan Luida conf Icicy with several Moeut Western Irmy officers of which he presented the follow ing plan which Wahseu Tiu a stoically approved of and agreed to by All present a Auielo to organize out of the troops Tiow ready Tor the Fiel t Ohio Ludia Nii. And the Northwestern two column of 20,001 men each one to a Liland Keri tuck and the other at Gallipolis Ohio both the Ohio River and both accessible by railroads. To Iii Reh the first column across the Western counties of Virginia to the nearest Point the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad at Abingdon and to March the second Culmo along the Valley of the Kanaka River either to Covington or Newborn. The marching distance for either column would not be Over one Hundred and fifty Miles and could easily be accomplished a weeks . There Are excellent Wagon roads the proposed routes which at this season of the year Are Good order. U is Hie opinion of general Mcclellan that this demonstration can he made and the forty the ii Sacri troops brought this Way before Richmond by the i t of july to co operate with the forces of general Fatterson from the North and general Butler from the East. The plan has been submitted to Jeweral Scott and he approves of it it will be carried into execution. items. The 4th Maine regiment will reach Boston tuesday afternoon and proceed via fall River to new v re. The 2 1 new Hampshire regiment. Col. Martin will leave Portsmouth thursday. The 26th new York regiment at Elmira is ordered to Washington and will leave to Day. Orders were communicated yesterday to the 14tli and 18tb regiments of Albany colonels Mcquade and Jackson now Washington City to hold themselves readiness to March at a moments notice. The keening journal of Friday last says a Mulher regiments from this Point Elmira and new Vork will speedily follow them and a fortnight at least 15, men now this will boat the seat of yesterday afternoon a Man named Dan Simonds met a item by or of the company attached to Sherman a Rattery Capitol Hill who was walking near the Capitol building and without the slightest apparent provocation Drew a revolver and discharged it at the Soldier who came within Ace of losing his life the Ball just grazing his left Side. A guard was instantly turned out and went Pursuit of Simonds whom they soon Cau Glit and he was taken atone to the head Quarter. Of the company and placed Irons and is held subject a Gen. Mansfield a decision the Washimi Star. sunday last William a Canvin. Of loud nun county va., was arrested at the Bridge Washington As a spy and committed Tufail. Presidential . John a. Dix of new a Ork major general. Gen. Dix was officer of the United army the War of 1812. John Pope formerly the army brigadier general. Stephen a Hulburt of Iii., brigadier general. William Kose Cress formerly the army brigadier general. Aud Tho Uii Ite l ites or. L Dell gave notice that he should ask Miniat is if the of privateers a not at variance with River practice Aud the r Eason for . Liangru of Inari Toiuo policy. Lord John ru.- la said that he had no knowledge of Ihu to cider of a Canadian regiment to the United . Napoleon Lia. Emma Ikid for Spain. The like ii it f Spain has Given birth to a son. The a us Ian chamber have materially Reluct a the army App Ropi Ali ii. Five Case of Rill addressed to the c racial Bauk of new a Ork were i l used by the aguta of the Steamer Adriatic at Gale a. It is Runi ired that Garibaldi contemplates a visit to America a Iii ouch or two. The Wildres of a. Drek to the emperor of Austria has Boen adopted by the hungarian diet. The fru Siau Cliame have adjourned. The latest. Of Iii june 6.�?the chamber of deputies has Sims peeled is sitting for Throe Days account of the death of A Avoir. The King Lia summoned Ricardo to the a i ice. Romi.1 Une 4.�?frioce Bruhin. Having promo to to withdraw i name Irion tie Petiti for the a Ith Doswal of the French troops irom Rome the Ope a exiled him. The Milan l Bardo announce. The discovery of a Giami conspiracy against the Jover Zinent. The Adriatic took out news that the British government would not permit privateers or armed vessels to take Wizes British Wirts. The London times editorially replies to the outcry of the of Ilicin against England and shots that it is wholly ungrounded. Tiie mail of Hie 12th of May had reached England. News unimportant. The p Sirion of the i Imin Bers relative to the Galway subsidy was again debated and several disclaimed any intention of tampering with government. Lord Stanley had Given notice of i intention to ask Steps Trio govern trient had taken to prevent the violation of Lieut Ralitz the Case of it quire its of v-. Lio Iii Canada who of Fertil their service. To Tho United Stales. L Ltd Elgin at tie Given by his Gro Cersy co., l , said he doubted if we could have Trade Willi China without having political relations although he agreed it was not political relations but Trade that was wanted. He believed the relation ii a it re established a footing not Likely to he disturbed tin Vuturo. France. Folit ios were unimportant. The was Flat and lower. Rentes 69.20, by ing influenced mainly by count Cavoures illness which Capo d con Ide Rahle anxiety Faris. The Faris correspondent of the loin Don Herald argues that italian Independence will be buried count Cavo a grave Ami the Peninsula become Mere of Franco. Italy. Count Cavour died this morning Tho 6th inst at 7 of clock the event has a prof null sensation. tin evening preceding his death his became is alarming that great emote was evinced by the people. At Turin immense crowds surrounded a silence. has been entrusted and Iuteri with the Orolio of to Ridge a liars and general Fanti with the or it Siubal adm Trail Rinc. Austria. The Empress is Sutlov Iii ill health. tie hungarian diet the address to the emperor. By Deak Quot was adn Tea by lower House by three majority the Vole Sciug 165 for Aud 152 against. The Raissian Chambers closed the 5ih, with a Speerli by the King. He said the result of the ses Eion tend of c Quot a Linin lilo government the line of policy adopted and will also augment the influence of fru Sia Germany and Europe. The Volta of credit for the army did not affect and vital Orient Les. The tin Litara or uni / Atio fru Sta was Strong and sat Sfach h said the danish government has not Rel yielded to the a mind. Of the Germao Federal diet. The proposals made by Denmark do not afford a certain Spect of a of the pending que , hut ill. Nature of the relations Between i us a and the great Owera offers a guarantee that they will Biol he All Eek Edby the energetic measure which May be Chiue necessary within the frontiers of German Federal territory. He concluded with As i ions for peace and pros. Rity. Late.-via lon done Derry. Faris is Aaser Teil that count Reix Aud Marquiz Zoglo have arrived Faris Madrid Queen is progressing favourably and the Royal infant is Well. According to new received Here from Tangier it is almost certain that Alisfaclory arrange Meul will to come to with Morocco the question a of Index Init. 6, a at Hie re opening of the chamber of d duties to Day. Hie president announced the Mai if and tour a id spec iai., session sex at. , june 17.�?the Senate met and and Jour used without Tran it actin a any Buti Ineata House of Dei Geoates. The Follo Vinji Tom the governor was Laid Belpre the House this a wording .\tf of Maryland. A exp a Hambur a i Ity june 14, 1861, gentle of the Home of a Jeff Jnet Krum your journal him it Cerui Jis of the 12th instant i Learry that a commit Elk As been appoint Elt a by you honorable body to exit nine the executive records Dill for a Nch persons and apers r.they May deem pro per. To enable them to ascertain and report to the House we hoist delay tie precise Char of the Rel Aliona Tahl shed by the executive of this with the Federal government since the commencement of our National Hlaj i have heretofore Lead the Honor to inform you. response to order that i have a furnished your honorable body will copies of All correspondence Between myself and officers of the general Lovern mint. Which i deem it of Cen sary to Lay before you a making Liat Oft Ciany and Faith did not occur to me that Iny veracity Wuu id he up Rcd by a co Ordi Tihle of the government. With which i earnestly a Sivore to maintain Harmoni a us Rel dons. , it did nut acc i to me that a paltry Jet Ruizan spirit far l.ek�,>lative hails of Maryland As to cause the pintle there to for it the respect due to the Kex a Cutie office h fanatical de it a to prop up by Sulci support to e unholy cause of treason against the general love run sent 1 have patient remonstrate against the bitterly Muli Roan spirit evinced Anain to me personally by the majority of your . It i a matter of no von sequence whatever to me what a a our opinion of May he hut when Cilicia a acts Reilert upon the dignity a the office Whitti i h Gold i fee it t it i my duty to protest Arii Insi them Tuch Case forbearance my Partis not Only a virtue hut it is a tacit dereliction of Ziy Fluty. I c not find the Constitution any warrant for the action Oil by your . Vul have the Power a to 1 end fur Public or official pay ers and record a and it will i Alt we me pleasure to comply with any such Call a with fut being a you. 1 furnished a it Gnu with All the correspond Flence i live had with officers of the general government. 1 have Omitt diff their a Viii the Smirh list Public importance and i am thorny Fly Cru evinced that Yourm it la is filly aware f f the fact mat t have kept Back Nolli Irir having the least upon i nations hot Weij the general government and he executive f Maryland. I am comp id Eil. The Ulois the Sollowin from the� Fau or explains the Causo of the troubles at . Johns. F., Between protestants and Loman Catli Olics the last session of the l opened amid the intense excitement occasioned Chiehyu by the known detering nation of the govern intent to reject the claim of messes. Iii sctt Fursov to take their seats tie Assembly As ineinber.Tor Harbor main. I i and suite having arrived at 2 of clock Ai the Council Chi Timber tin members of Asi Embly Wen summoned the Simial was to the i Fern a arts enc after appear Riff there to elect a i Peak r. The Ilon. Att Roey general or. Holes immediately objected to Ltd the presence it messes. Lio sett and Furey who there udon their right to it i their Geati. Or. A files then the of and one or two Cana Shuw the two Membra retired upon comp Union. Altor the election of the speaker or. Kent remarked that Tounh unable to resist ibis picked ing which a most Unwar Randahl a the Curti lion which House had reduced t l by Hie act of the a ivern Merit de Viii it f two member and disc franchising tin District to oui at All events record a protest against it the ground it the House not being then c Tipeli it to proceed to the to action of a speaker. H referred to Hie conduct just exhibited by the govern sent Lader us about the most tyrannical bad Ever been Wituck sed c Unerv and to Hie scene just Puac the a pulse ii of member As one which would have ils graced sixteenth not to speak of the a Ete Elti Century. He then trac cd Cin piracy of which this act was hic last from its c imm us onigut within the lust year referring to the government Home intrigue. Immediately prec Ding the session i the calling Quot of the l Gisl Turc to g. Tier at unusual and inconvenient a Lime last Winter the i pretended of inject of All Riding Relief to the pair but i or the real one of breaking Down the former government to or. Fields. It tit a ii rent of new Mishins to Hie sub Etui of the go error a ion tie Lud gear salary and to the dismissal of the whole x Cutie for the alleged not nce against ids Excell Quot Icv of one of its members. He the glanced at the subs quent pro be Goding. Of the Over or and ids clips a or. Hoyl the conduct of the Genera election which Illey bad Locci upon the country and to nil to me. Ret a i a thing of no Roui a 1 hereby tender to your comic Viltee every Tael it my p wer furtherance of tie ta. Iosco up a it. Ini leed Iliad tie examination Lieen prop red a i Roper Manior i Sli onid have to Quot a Hig Lily gratified at of slowing i the Penni. Of Marylain l that ulu Emiil examination by my a Niomie of the records i Civ the utter a sity of the Many Linarae against me Liy partisan. thus ten a facilities to your committee Lio Wever i Resi pct \ filly Init Lar Only a Taa 1 Ploit lie committee shall Lilliy i fee equally disc Large duty it of d us it. I who Ehy the Inngle of tie Quot late will become c no need , All Hiigli originating partisan fling Nan egret to Oifer indignity to me your Oriler a Iii tiling the premises not already fully Laid before the p do Chi. Thomas h. Hicks. Or. Firms moved its reference to the committee Federal relation. A or. I anon moved to appoint a special Commil Lee to read to the governor that of the con Etil Tiou under Wirich the House bad acted. The communication was referred. Harb r race and h like our pos i of by i of 0 by Crook Saccu. Irga majority Ibe Assembly. The Bini arable g it Lenin conclude. D a.arnini yet v up cab inoviii&Quot-1 hat his against Hie elect of speak a lorm a of Tou question As be wished it be rec red Hio j finals. The House thus being Orginia a the governor speech via delivered without tion. But out of doors matters very soon serious. Tim papers say the Sce lies which took place Oul Sid were of a character wholly up aral i d a re and such their awful con a a i a Iii Iii. Eve. By Friend of the c Lunetty Ami Friend of Liu Manit v Sli Iid Lur to reflect upon. I to Dav was one a Dii id and horror which As Rcd la can never be Quot of and never atoned Lor. We Bavo Ali a la l that the of the government. a Ai Hirai t Chi Rise i Gary ing the liar for main . T which we warned to m , had plead a Preher Sion and i ail classes irom the earliest list or. I Bese attained a Lear height at to Lime when .5. Or. Hogsett and i were of i Geil to withdraw irom their seat and it i Viii the us Dili Cully that the crowd who surrounded colonial Lia Terv c wild a Quot ii Deno not rations by him the late . We give below some corrected and additional returns of the late congressional election. I Liu null the sixth District is still Douht tul. It is reported through reliable 3 urges that Calvert count v a restrain id irom has Given ii Arris a majority of 26, instead of 2u0 a a chary and police and even by j j it Quot a that which always prove Noire til eith for Calvert. Silli it of Ingres ii Dia frill. Thi i compos d of Montgomery ii Ard Fri be Georges Charle Anne Arundel Cal Vert and . Marius. The returns official and re pulled toot up As Ivellow Calvert l Nion. Ii Arris it vets. Montgomery. 925 maj. A How. 8�3 Nso Prince George Olo 184 Charles. A 600 maj. Anne arundel., 6.�2 303 Calvert. A 26. St. Mary a. A 1 036 maj 2.7 2.628 or once Ito Roe county Harris. Calvert. Vana Volc. A 12. Maj. Clip Flenz lung.57 a a mhrlhorough.,to Mil j. A Nottin lijun.27 a a Spaulding a Aquasco. A 15 a a Ltd Annex a. 44 a a a Piscat Wiy. 57 a a Serruto of. 184 us i first . The rectum from this , which of , , Queen Annex a Somerset Talbot and Worcester cd Luytie As far As received Are As follows Cris Fleuti Union. Henry f Tate i Glits. A Luecna Annex a. U4 Bhaji a. . 615 165 . 44 Somerset. L.o6 a 4i a Crest to. Set 3 414 majority for Crispi. Old 1,863. county. Athol count Cavour amid the expression of grief the part of to . He 8p be the great 1. A that Italy had sustain ii and thu signal services rendered by count caviar. Signor Riley then Paivi the chamber should per tick Siatti the italian rational mourning by sus porn King tiling f a be Day. We Are deeply afflicted by the misfortune that Dep Ivd us i f the Wisdom of Illust a statesman. We must not , allow ourselves to be discouraged nor quit the path we have hitherto Foll iwed. He whom we mourn Lor his last moments unshaken Hie future of Italy showing Iii if convinced that the principles of unit and inde Pendice a worm tidally Triumph. We Harmly hold this Faith. Let us sincerely rally round the throne of a valiant Ami Loyal , and we shall be then Able t. Attain the ends to which thanks to our tenacity we Are happily near the Tribune it the chamber of deputies. Will be drap a Urniog for five Ity Days. The Senate has Laken the same Resolution. , minister of the Interior then announced that the ministry Felt it necessary Tore main provi tonally Ollice. To Nix italia of to Day announces that the King has sum Iii ined Signor Ric Solito Bia Palace. France. A Hill has hem presented to the legislative body for the of third rate Telegraph lines. Twin two diff Erent brandies Are mentioned the total length Hing 828 Miles the expense of which will he about 14,000,609 i . It is stated Liat the emperor will Send Aid de Camp to represent him at the funeral of count Cavour and it is also reported that Frince Napoleon will be i.-nt. C London 51oney c a tinted ii Eavy and . the i count Market the was Ralh a less , Hills were Laken at5>�. at Bank was Slack. Liv Iii ool Cotton sales of Cotton for two Days have to Jen 20, u j Hales including halos to speculators and exporters. Market is Umler the advices per Ireat easter but the Supply is Liberal. The sales t. Dav Ali urday were 12,u 1u Liles including to speculators and exporters the Market closing steady. Trade report �? advices from 5ianchester Are , steady and cruet will a den..1 for yarn for continent. Live Ruou Market Tho read stunts Market is Dull with a Small at. A prices. , Spence a Coit Wakefield a a i 5 ii others re of i Cloar very la i and Luot Tiona or. Almost nominal Vii Patlias a declining t Zdency ked we Teru. Its. 12. 4.1 , 12s 14s. Mndnll .mi.xed, 30s. ii ski. . Yellow 31s.White. S is ,14s Liverpool Foo vision generally Are steady. Big find o. Report beef i Ork steady Bacon heavy Laid heavy at 52s.f 9�4s. Tallow Dull. Liver Ooi. Produce quil -pot-34s. 6.1.10 3is p. Iris 3il 6.1, sugar Dull Colfe Dull. K . To Stende common is. Id <i6s. By. Spirits Dull at 45.o 47s. . London m.,rket3.�?bied-Iugs a downward tendency and ill a Ual Ilies h be slightly declined. Cof fee is Imily. Tea unchanged. Knee Ady. Tallow a there is ii talc prices Are weak lulled at 51s. 6d til 30. London.y Market is generally unchanged Cun ols closed Ali urday at 69.a it. A. Div Ter 9j,v a9 >4 . American of Illinois Central at43j$0r 39, Dis erie20 i a 2ix. Latest a Telegraph to Londonderry a ool Cotton Market. 6th�?the sales for the week foot up 7s,i<0u Hales including 16,500 11 speculators and 12,000 to exporter the Market open diet. But closed at full prices under Small sales since the advices per creat. Eastern. L sales to Day Friday were 10,000 Bales including 2,000 to speculators Ami exporters the Market closing at the Fui lowing quota runs . Midi Ling orleans8?id. 7 15-16.1, Mobile and vpian.1.8,. 7 lm6d. The total Stock a Lort is estimated at 1,147.000 baits of which i 900,000 Bale Are of american description. The advices from Manchester continue of unt Avora ble Clia act to. Breaustufts-4 Lour is very Dull with a declining tendency. To beat Duil and irregular Chicago and Milkau Kie los. Corn Luil mixed offered at 30s. Provisions steady. London Monet Market Friday nominal Consols 87 iin.90, sex i Niilend. American stocks to Day were Illinois Central at40, ,39,discount Erie 2a. District a. Crisfield. Barr 11 Creek. 92 meant co. 47 tya.-kin204 a Marler. 93 Priit Cess Anne. 211 ? Dublin. A a s4liaburywe Hungary neck. 110 potato neck. 17 Sunj Ltha a Island. 63 Sharpe town. 49 429 Tangier. 1,s66 majority 821. Talbot cock a a. Henry. Eastern District. 162 i. Chapel. 90 Trappe. 20 . Mich ups. Bay Hundred. A 10 282 238 ileury�?T3 majority. 44 the when Slipel the following Are the co Cladin article f the present crisis journal of Commerce of yesterday to have said and we now repeat that the Ortli has been deceived misled into this avar by the Northern press and since the War i Gan Thev have been As constantly deceived and my led every particular relating to the Nice the Al Mility and the courage of the foe. This deceit tion Lias led to furl results already. It is nov Ting us to destruction. The suppression of truths a hich show the strength and resources of the South the misrepresentation of their financial and resources the false reports of their disa Section desertion tickn., &c., have editorial and news Columna of the papers Allu ded to and have misled the minds of men at the North trial the error could Only be corrected by some such lesson As was rec ived at great Bethel Aich May thus perhaps be productive of the a Hole. It is beginning to Dawn menus minds that contest is not of a Day or a Ino nth or a year. If the end is to he the con Bering of to Southern armies and pe0 be that cud is a Bohably very far Distant. Let no Man promo Hin Iseli the Bull a the presence and exertions of he. Catholic priests. Tone moment up tool Allih be restraints a riot Nevit Ible and Clinef magistrate or. Cartei read the tint act which was then handed to colonel Grant r. N. command 111 Hie military. The Croad he a soon alter became gradually More tranquil and it Isi hardly to Over est male the vice of the p Iesals the preservation a ii a ico throughout the living hours from 2 to 6 of clock. They ii. c moving about among the crowd calming soothing c Unsil Linig them Nutting Doivan the angry torrent which threaten Lime to to Savee All before it. They at h nth inducing group after group of a great multitude to by Jak up and disperse. Tie crowd having a it the c building Yard scattered about the t nr.,1, As eve Ning began to Cii. at Lack was Iii i by a party of Vliem Chi. Lev lad up ii Lio shop and Tor. S of a or. Michael Nevin and or. Krichin water Street. b Ltd a a a. Iliev smash d the , made away Avith some g. A and Flung others Iulo the Street. But tic Ine Lanc nov sequel i yet to he after the last Nanod avas d. Be the military Avert summoned into the to Avn. It Hose aah had h. Belore to h to Coll it again stones Avert Avn at the soldiers colonel Grant avas insulted and a Ruck provocation Ollo aved All r provocation a no Hie give r. To i. A a. Seven shot Tom three of t ally. One Man Uain a clip Ord a d a ,�?T Only a up. Port died the instant. Ibe Avo o b Hunt i Ami lingered but a Short . 1 among the avoid ded. Ave a i a a was the re old Nuell one of the esteemed 1 loved i of the . When the through tie crowd that the to had i been shot , . I Strong.- Felin a were a nov i Ai Osseo a it a d or. E beyond nil , 117and infuriate demand for a a reheard l j ill All directions. A it critical juncture came ski again the most service of the. Wilho 7&Quot \ lie clergy and judg Quot Little. Foj a a .lu.ige, at imminent Piil to i life from. 1,.�?z1 a i1. La ,.n , 7 rushed to the Ini Deloof a m-le.�?~. The judge Gilien a Ert. D i o up rior Liori a a Quot i fired col. Grant peace if he Avi Uhl Avi Hil Raav 37 i Soldi is. Tiie col Uel at out. A a Cou-ei., Aviivii i of rear t for ave it had to 11 place. And requested the to accompany him and i i men to the Hirack a Cordingly a a heaven 8 9 of clock a the 1,045 pave Raul summons of to Call., it. Al h a is made a to. I Ifield and Eora e l nil stud repair irom amid. Scenes of Cliine and to h of gel. Iris Fielli. There to hear the of the. Incl Lef -l.-r. Tiie the rough arcs began at to i pay that direction and a Lew minutes vast multitude had a within tie Chlu dral. Ilia right r. V. Or. Miil Hick a ear. .1 of the altar it pontifical and aah Iii Hearth it and melting Supply Cati ibid conjured p. Ple to be Cilin to Keef the peace to go to their lion i. Then d the chalice con Iii Iii the Iii if sacrament and exacted a from All pres it that for the Honor of the divine presence . Y.mld of y the e d be his instructions and. And Avor a it t l do the same. Soon Alt. Thi. All Exi. Really was restored to Tranquility and to disturbance or breach of the peace the night. 207 1,551 i Ribisi a Sratko t Virginia ate convention met at Thuis Duy last. the proceedings of Friday we find the following the course of Cal org a lie Roll Meir Bers aah had voted against the Oid Narce. secession leave to Quot say a i. A Avord Lunation f the reasons Why were Noav going to sign that .strumeut. The a Rumen by or. Arin Trong Ava of the same that those who . .1 ii of .1, that i i that though he v against the cd Nance conv ution he had v to d Tor it at Ali , and Luid now sign Cirnio Tanc a h �,1 transpired the a Tiki. Of the Fede Al g Vono unt the Overaa a iming voice of the ii ple of Tho Avrich made it the duty of every to stand by the . Or. Eael or. Woods of Barbour the Anie Strain explanation of their course. To , a prefaced the act of the Ordi Aaric a by saying that he regarded Soressi. N the Battle of Manassas Junction now iipoarent4y >�?~8 a revide tonary 1 , and he desired to put the near ill he decisive of the War. If ave Are beaten at that Point is Tipiere and northerner who proposes to give up the contest if the South Are beaten is there any probability that Avill yield the Crit any More than ave . They Are Atner cads blk d of our blood our Brohi is , friends and they Reasor think and feel just As we should under similar i Here is therefore Little of end of the avar by a decisive Battle or a Short Campaign. Avon Lulious against . A Many Moor. Avert absent Avii a the Roll was called. St. Ral came Aier . A had by it a called and signed a 00 military duty Aud were a ent irom r.ece.-iry cause. Aft. R the ordinance avas sigue the Conven ii went into secret sesson. Army cos Traci fraud present meet by the Orand the Subj it of the alleged Ai my Eloul ing frauds the grand another possible end of the War is Oue that Raay jury made the a following presentment to the now he talked of freely though a f Zacek since it waa impossible to mention it. We lately published a very mild letter from a . Louis correspondent. Suggesting a Nias sible peace by Compromise. Tie Hartford copied it and the cuu raut burst like a Thunder Cloud of the times charging the Avith treason and u Tilv pro Noui cing it to he treason any to propose a Compromise before ave bad ii wished the avar but ave Are living cooler times. Another p Ible end of the War is the occurrence of another at the South. It May be that the which Avent mad Lor recess ii a foam months ago May change. other avoids there May he a Rong Union party there son. Dav. If ave Are to believe the Republic a papers the South has actually a maj Rity of Union men a Iio Are held Down by a mobs. We done to believe any such Liling. We done to believe Ihu re Are ten Union men i unit the court of Quarter of the Coutv of Juriy of june Ssions, a. D., 161. Allegheny county is we the undersigned Guarni i Irons of Hie com Noii Avealt of a a Sylvania a inquiring and for the body of the c Winiy of allotto i a. Upon cur oath and solemn Allirujiiiii, d l present that from our own kno Al. De Ami of Erva tinn Quot Vid Euce before a Emanuel , Maurice Ashar of Aveniel Labi Aham i Raven Leld Joseph Morganstern , and i Iuis Nial Iii Iii g to cd. At and Der the no the g of a lid of Hie . d Day f april a. 1861, it to City of fitt.jurg a c ugh inc Confederate and agree t ther Ric Ive Choat Aud defraud the citizens of said c it Nanua Veitth of Hington Fuesko station of a ladies of Maryland undaunted by the Lincoln tyranny have with a Resolution and patriotism Avo thy of the Avo men of the revolution made a Southern Confederate Flag fur those Gallant Marylander who having left their own stale Are Noav preparing 10 Battle Virginia soil Lor the rights Aud liberties of the Louii uth Carolina. There Terc Many such All 1 but Elvania of he sum of ten Histand dollars the seceded . But the attempt at coercion by a. Arms has carried them nearly All Over for Tho present. Is there a Ane american Avo b. Lieve. That any amount of physical Force Avill Ever prevail to make Union men it of american aah done to choose to be such Tian you starve them into is there the remotest Hope that a Long avar Avill make friends out of enemies u no Ashu North stands adhere it stood six months ago and says to the South a you must yield Back Down from All this and give it up ave ave i not give you any excuse and plea any argument by which i to move your doubting Friend you give up at once a Long As the North maintains this ground Long Ibe Vaar i . We do not believe if the South were Suc by divers Subtle and fraudulent m and a vice from Semerar a. the 3 1 april the g ver nor announced that the a Tor Cai Walies had am United to 7,315, or 3 315 Nisi e than acc. Ring to his own . Us Repi is Ninati tis the. Y a Cre Likely to obtain. The App Licati. Is f r Chine have t Troni 1.160 to. 3 f.8 till i Hurt Detroi coed to limit the applications Tor the for dior to 5 066. A a he number of chinese to be ordered it once has been fixed at three thousand one Hundred hut it is understood that further applications Avill be received and orders Tor any additional tubers sent con i Quot a l no be awhile he lived or a Mountain Side from which i to Lurl Down stones of his foes. Nor do to believe and less of Southern men. When Jackson overcame the South carolinians the matter of Tho Revenue Laws it wiil be remembered that the Tariff Bill a. Changed and thus excuse avas Given to the rebels Lor laying Down their arms. Too Many persons forget this important part of this nullification contest. All Vars Between equal or nearly equal Yoav ers the Rule has been to ask everything but to be Content with a Small part of the demand. All contests the necessity of a Compromise the end is absolute. It is not one of a thousand that and result is reached otherwise. The defeat of Henry Winter Davis his Cunyas for the repress Talion of Baltimore the Federal Congress i not delightful than surprising that Arch trailor a the Type of Ultra his overtly Road is Worth a dozen victories. It is Mary land a declaration of Independence and Froc Lamarion of War. The people of Baltimore Mani _ fest their vote the fact that their subjugation is. The Banner was to our City by a lady to foreign Force against which Thev have Lor a to nag Frt without detection to ment been unable to struggle a too heavy Ai a i to bloat l f the Cess Ful and overran the North Avi h their armies cession its Avert arrested by Nabeia of to be Lhoid that a Northern Man would Lav Down his arms key Gusev Brig intent last thursday night at Long As there Reid aimed a Hunter Landing near the l gang Bridge. They a Quot had their Possession four kit is of Pravder a bundle of fees and a package of matches. They of Baltimore who manag convey it through the Camp of the enemy and arrive safely Avila it Rich Onil. The Baltimore battalion under c. Iii and of col. Thomas marched saturday evening to the Capitol Square when the Hon. J. M. Mason our Lute u. , made a impressive speech alter a hic mrs. Accompanied by i l. Thomas descended from the step of the Washington Monument and standing near the Sli tues of Patrick Henry who declared for a Liberty or death a of Jel Ferson who said that a resistance to tyrants was obedience to god a and of Geo. Mason the author old Bill of rights of Virginia presented the Flag to the Standard bearer of the enquirer. Struggle _ their immediate resistance and not to baseness and cowardice the heart of Maryland that is the Noble Eagle the Cage of Iron not the fat hog a Happy pen. One Day she Avih again spread her Strong pinions with a Scheria of Joy of vengeance. The vote of Baltimore is a haughty protest against the combination a int m a Home and coercion from Abro Iid that has Pat Maryland chains. It is a Beacon for the South. Let the troops of Lincoln get Oue bloody overthrow the Fields of either Eastern or Western Virginia and Maryland Missouri and Kentucky will heave the weight from their breasts with the irresistible Force of examiner. Had taken a boat and were moving the direction 1.1 the funner draw of the Long Bridge it is sup i used Avioli a Ieav to having it up. A sergeant of the regiment overheard them assaying their plan. The men were sent to general ton Star j. .1. Jarboe of mar Hind. A As brought into Washington sunday by a squad , charged him with shooting at them from Bis horse. The United steam Gunh,.at Dou a. James Fulmer a Maunder. Arrived at new a Ork saturday morning from the medi , Sto Ping at Cadiz and Thene via Osval to new Ork. Tiik r Kinky Wheeling intelligencer learns that major Vandever of the Confederate army avas taken prisoner and brought to Cumberland by the eleventh Indiana regiment. ii Only.�?T despatch from , dated thursday night says thai colonel Kelly avas rapidly recovering from the around received at Phillippi. the 15th of May a shipment of 10,680 pounds of Silver Ore from the mexican mine Washoe was made from Folsom. Two crevasses Conco Tiia Frish. covered 2,000 acres of land with water before they were stopped. _ the prize bark general Are ii was towed to the Brooklyn naw Yard Fri Dikiy to Washington to take general the 4th of july. His seat . V i r Kindred norwegians passed through Uetro to tu�5�7 a a their Way to Wuco sin

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