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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 June 1861

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. The undersigned having disposed of bis entire i-tock of Stoves, Hardware, Tiu wnre, &c. Aud uUo trausfcrred all notes and Book aocou.nt to Liuford Msr-4h", who is hereby authorized to colletit and receipt for the same. SIMON FLOliY. Stroudsburg, April 25, iSOl. The Stove, Tin and Hardware business, will be coutinucd bj the hubfecribiT iu the Jarge Store lloom of Abraham Ediner, adjoining the Indian Queen Hotel. Where jajl. wbo are .in jva.nl .of any goods in In line, will pleise call and esunine for t.heuwehes. The services of William S. i'lory, will be retained to tran-nut the liu.-iues during my alienee. LP'KOKD MARSH. .Fennersville, April 25, lfcOl. .Tiie Country Safe! mt ?$rW tPb The subscriber takes this method of informing his raanv friends, and the, pub lio. generally, that ho has returned from the cities, with a large lot of Ready Made Clothing, of the latest stjles, consisting of Coats of all kinds and qualities, - sits of various fit vies of goo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 June 1861

JOcuotcb to politics, literature, Agriculture, Scicucc, ilToralitu, autr cncral ifnteUigencc, VOL 20. STROUDSBUR'G, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 2T, IS61. NO. 23 Pllblish&d bV Theodore ScIlOCll Charleston College when onlj fifteen charged the duties of this responsible po- I tit ' ...,. to jeara of age. but was expelled beforo sition, and as parties were marshaling for TERMS. Two dollars per annumin advance Two J . . , . . v , . . , ' . . ,r A, ,, , , dollars and a quarter, halfyearly ami if not paid be- graduation for irregularities, and having the contest id the Jb all of 1P60, Mr. fXlS succeeded in obtaining the position of In- Banks took th$ State bj surprise on an- i except Ht the option of UieEciiioi. , structor of Mathematics on board the nonncing his intention to retire from po onerVhVnfs additional inscr- United States sloop of war Natchez, went litical life. He removed to Chicago ear-' ton . 2s cents. ongerjcs n pinrnrn OQ Q twQ year9 cruiso to the coast of ly in the presen...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 June 1861

. f,i m .. . ... i -w .- . r- sss--SISKr-' l)c Scffcrsonian, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1861. . ' &rlt is with no small pleasure that we nniionrice the appointment of our young friend, Charles A. Vikoff, Ion First Lieuten ancy in the Inth Ri'gimciit, regular army. Charley is every inch a gentleman, and ii will need but a- fitting opportunity to prove him a thorough soldier. a recunt visit to Cump Washing ton, we were pleased to find "our boys in the enjoyment of excellent heallhand, to all appearance, as well contented with their lot a3 mortal men could be." We were also Had to learn, while there, of the promotion of Lieutenant Nyce to the Adjutaircy of the Regiment to which he belongs. Friend John " will, we predict make his mark, in whatever position he may be placed. Wc congratu late the Adjutant on his promotion. Cap! .Keller's Company is attached to the Fourth Regiment, commanded by Col. It. G. March. In this connection, we mast not fail to note a sprightly piece of "contraband" at...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 June 1861

vnmnra . . Another Case of Secession. Tho "Washington Republican has this paragraph: The wife of the Hon. A. R. Boteler, a member of the last Congress, from liar per'a Forrj district, but now. a Secession leader, has seceded from her' husband ant; gone to the more congenial atmosphere of Hagerstown where aho will probably re main until her husband gets over his ?o- ccssion proclivities. It is said. that, as she left him, she remarked that "as soon as he came back into the Union she would join him." Mrs. Boteler is of New-Jersey stock, her ancestors having bocn Susses county people, and noted for their activity in be half of Independence during the Revolu tionary ira. FTir lovn for our ca.lant - - 'j " - - - - - - - a little State has been evinced by the care with which she preserved ccrtaiu valuable papers illustrative of the 6tatus ol aus sex; in Revolutionary time, and bcr do nation of copies of these precious relics to the New Jersey Historical society some 4 or 5 years since. Su...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 June 1861

r- TI TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. The undersigned h ill-posed of hit CTviinrSTocK of'Stovef, Hardware, Tin ware, "&'c. And alo transferred all note aad Hook account- to Linford -M rb, who is hcrebj autborized to collect and receipt lor the same. SIMON FLOFvY. , SlroudsUtrg, April 25, 1861. Tbe Stove, Tio and Hard ware business, will be continued by the MibtcribT in tbe large Store Room of Abraham Ediner, adjoining the Indian Queen Hotel. Yherc all who are in want of any good in -hi line, will please cll nd rxamiuo for themselves. The services of William S. 'Klory, will be retained to transact the buMiie.-s during my absence. LP?FORD MARSH. .Fmocrsville, April 23, 101. The Country Sa,fe ! m- ify .J& 7Bt &l W $3t & & 8 The subscriber takes this uitlhod of informing his many friends, and the pub fa generally, that he has returned from the cities, with a large lot of - Heady Made Clothing, of tbe latest styles, consisting of Coa&S of all kiuda and qualities, PsiiBtSo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 July 1861

J Ml "W I'll II I II II Scwotei to IPoIitics, literature, Agriculture, Sennet, iHoralitu, aub eucral ihitdligcutf. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JULY 4, ISM. NO. 24 SchOCtl TEHMS. Two dollnrs per nnnumin advance Two doihtrs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- NC) i) incTsdiscontinucd umii "n CXSKcltS (ten lines) ories.s' onc or three insertions, si oo". Each additional inscr- coj cento. Longer ones in pronrUoi I Having a general assortment of large, plain and or- jiamentulTypc, u care prepared to execute every dc scription of Car ls, Circulars, Hill Heads, Nolcs. filank Itcceipts, (tustic.es, Leg.tl and other Rl.uiks, Pamphlets. Reprin ted vvith nc.itiicss and despatch, oa rcasonahlctenns at this oHicc. . The "War "Worth all it Costs. War is an expensive luxury, nowev- or humanely and dircctly waged, it is a Berious drain upon the life of. a nation. w o,ii nf M. nrnsnnf fit r.,r ' le impoverished in many ways. With ,. , the best success, wc hhall espend nun- ' 1...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 July 1861

THURSDAY, JULY, 4, 1S61. 30 Volunteers Wanted To fill up the ranks of National Guards, (to 104 men) corrpany F, 4th Regiment Pennsylvania Reserves, fit Camp Wash ington. Youjis'men derirous of serving the country, will report themselves to Lieut.. Jacob-Shoemaker, who wilt he iu StroodSJiurg from Saturday until Mon day morning next. . j CI. B. KELLER. Capm Oompfny ?F, 4th Rgitnent, P. R. V. GrCol. Charles J. Biddle, the Democrat ic Union candidate, has been elected to Congress from the 2d District, by a majority f2LB, to'-fill the vacancy caused by the res ignation of thc:'IIon. E. Joy Morrris. EST Agesof the- Generals. Lieut Gereral Scott is 75 years old ; General . Wool is 73: Harney 65; Mansfield GO; Tolten, (bead) of the Engineer corps, SO; Tuayerr, (Engineers) 60; Craig, (head o the .Ordnance Department) 70; Ripley, " (Ordnance) 70; Sumner 05. Aiding the Traitors. Expenses op the War.- From the aot reliable information at our comoiand, wo aro satisfied that tboro are now not le...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 July 1861

r War Dogs and War-Horses. The War correspondent of Wilkes' Spir it, describing a dress parade of 12th Reg iment, New York State iNlilitio, baa the following : One of the features of tho review was the majestic march in front of the drum corps of a largo, black, shaggy dog, half Newfoundland,' and half setter, who invariably accompanies the band up and down the line. Ho walks gravely at a certain distance in front of the drum ma jor, reviews the line as calmly as the Col onel, and turns with the music so as nl ways to preserve bis proper place. He is never abscut duiiug the performance of this august ceremony, and cannot be temp ted to unbend into the least sign of levi ty until tho muio ceases, and the band ha9 returned back to its firt position. lie is of course a great favorite with the Tegimcnt, and I do not believe there arc many persons who would be anxious for thejob that would grow out of giving him a kick. This is not the only dog, howev er, that has taken to soldiering in ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 July 1861

-- - - ; 'j ,;, ; J CHANGE OF TIME. ' Summer Arrangement. c - -rZW'XyU'T9 uit.i'?i rer?- Delaware, Lackawanna & Ycslcni RAIL ROAD. Passengers reach New York at 4,00 P. M iu'time for the Hudson River and Sound Steamers. The Express Train North connects at Great Bend with the Mail truin tor the West on the Erie Road. rOn and after Thursday, June 13, 1861, .y trains will be run as follows: I2xirej.s PiisscHffcr Trains. .. MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train cast on N.Y. &Erie Railroad arrives nt Great JJend at i:ila. m. connecting -with the E.prees Train leaving Great Bend for New York and Philadelphia at 0 45 a. m, DucatNew-Milford, 7 03 " Due at Montrose, - - . - 7 23 " Hopboltom - - 7 45 ,l Nicholson : : : 8 02 Factory ville, - - - 8 25 " Abington : : 840 " . Scranton, - - -v 9:20 " Moscow, ... - . 9:57 " ' Tobyhanna ; : 10:35 " Stroudsburg, - . - - 11:48 " " Waer Gap, - .- 12:02 p. m " Columbia," : : 12:16 " -". Delaware, (15 miri7 to Jibe) 12:25 . -Hopo, (Phila'da: conne...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 July 1861

Bcuotcc to jpoltttcs, literature, Agriculture, Stimu, JHoraJitti, ano cncrol Intelligence- - VOL 20. STROUDSBORG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JULY ,11 1861. NO. 25 Published by Theodore ScIlOCll. termstwo dollars per annumin advance-Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- forcthe cad of the year, Two dollars and n half. iVopapersdiicontimicd imlil allarreaiagesaicpaid, CK1;ll!?n?liyyVuKliUou , . line or three insertions, siob. Each additional inscr- 4r.lf!Jons?01,c,!lProir.ti,: OK Ptn'TliG .ilnving a general assortment of large. plain and or- tiaaientalTypo, wcarc prepared to execute everyde ocru.um.o, A.4lUHBSC j&UMWiiMiJw.. 'national ships in the Revolution, were ta- UirJs. Circulars, Hill Heads. Notes, Blank Keccipts, , , Ji.D r . ' t justice, i.cgai and other aiaiiks, Pamphlets. pi in Acn trom the decks of merchantmen to Ud with neatness and Jcsp.Uch, on rcasonahlctcnns the comnjand 0f frigates. Our early his l this office, i . . . . ? . Our Merchant Marine. At fli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 July 1861

bout tbo time of the inauguration gave no troops to' tbo causo of the Union. The Border States, so called, were, not uniform in their action, some of them be fag almost for the Union, while in others such as in Virginia, North Carolina, Ten nesse, aud ArkauaB, the Union senti went was nearly repressed and silenced -Tho coun-c t-ken in Virginia was the most rcrosrkablr, perhaps the most im-norlant. A Convection elected by the people of that State to cousider this very question of disrupting the Federal Uniou, was in session at tho capital of Virginia when Fort Sumter fell. To this body tho peo pic had chosen a largo majority of pro fessed Uuion men. Almost immediately nfter tho fall of Sumter, inanv njembers of that mojority weut ov er to the original , Disunion minority, and with them atiopt fti nn nrflinntino for witlidra KIWI tuu Sute from the Union. Whether tbio change wrought by their nreat approval of tho assault upon bum tcr, or their great resentment at the Gov ernment's reac...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 July 1861

c Jcffcrsonicw. THURSDAY, JVLY II, 1861. Wayne County Herald and. Traitors. Two weeks since we bad ocoasion to in 'eidently state that the Wnyne County Herald wa nn active sympathizer with the rebel, but that bo was too cowardly and mean to openly and manly advocate their cause, and that he therefore rcsoit ed to insiducu-j means to aid his traitor fricuds. To this statement, which wo think is warranted by facts, the Herald tukes exception, and endeavors to console binia'elf with the idea that it is "only the opinion of one editor of another, nnd will not hnvc much weight without tbo proof.'' But what is 4,the proof!'' Iu the first place, we God tbi-s wily rcbel-nidor vilely slandering the Government for the pur pose of making loyal-Democrats believe that this is a "political war," visaed expressly to promote the interests of the Republican party. Any roan who knows any thicr about this Rebellion knows that this is as false as false can be; and wo trust the Herald wi'.l not plead ig...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 July 1861

- Change" of time. Summer Arrangement. 7 rliBSr Hv7 Delaware, Laickairauna & Western RAIL KOAD. . Passengers reach New York at 4,00 P. M in'iimu for the Hudson River and Sound Steamers. The Express Train North connects nt Great JiOntl Willi me whim in: m ior iiiu vvuai on the Eric Rotid. (rOn and after Thursday, June 13, 16G1 trains will he run as follows: Uxsrcix Passenger Trains. MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train easton K.V. &Enc llnilroad arrives at Great Bend nt i:iia. m. connecting with llic Eaprees Train leaving GrcTrBend for New York and Philadelphia at 0 4.) a. nt 7 03 " 7 23 " 7 45 8 02 " 8 25 " 8 40 " 9:20 " 9:07 " 10:35 " 11:43 " Due at Ncw-Milford, .Due at Montrose, - - Jlopbollnm - Nicholson . : : : Kactoryvillc, Abington : : ScralUbn, - Moscow, - - - Tobyhanna : : Stroudsburg, - Water Gap, Coluniliia, : : 'Delaware, (15min. todine) 12:02 12:10 12:25 p. m Hop", (Phila'da. conncclion)12;5() Rridgvillc, .... 12:54 Washington. : : 1:23 Junction, .... 1:40 New Y...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 July 1861

ScDotcft to politic literature, agriatltxirc, Snnia, JHoralitfi, anJr (general aTutcIIiflCuce. VOL 20: iiblislied by Theodore Schoch, TERMS. Two dollars per nnnumin advance Two dollars and a q-itirtcr, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. N'o mincrsdiscontinued until allarrearaecsaicpnid, ;.xocpl.u the option of the Editor. r7AJvertiseincnts of one square (ten lines) or less, one or throe insertions, $1 00. Each additional inser fcon. 'Jj cents. Longer ones m proportion. JOB PKfffTffNG. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or hamental Type, ncarc propped to execute every dc scnplion of Car Is, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other lll.inks, Pamphlets. &o.,prtn ted with neatness and despatch, on rcnsonablclcriiis at this office. I II I III I I I I I I I " " ' " " I I I ' I I I I MODERN" DEFINITIONS. Hard times Sitting on a cold grind stone and Heading the President's Mes sage. Love A little w...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 July 1861

Sljc jTcffcvsonian. THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1861. Our Cotemporary in a Rage. The Monroe Democrat having for some weeks p'ist been copying articles from Dem ocratic journals known to be in strong sympa thy with the Rebels, we became anxious to know on which side of the Union question he stood, and gave him to understand that it would not be out of place for him to define his position. We knew that he professed to be in favor of the Union, but his publishing ecceEsion articles, and some without crediting, was rather conclusive evidence to the con trary; and therefore our cotemporary was re quested to state whether he was for the Gov ernment or not. And accordingly last week- he responded to our inquiry in a dreadfu rnge in which he goes through a long rigma role, making a number of groundless asser tions and eilly charges, to which we feel call ed upon to make a brief reply. The Democrat acknowledges that he tins been publishing secession articles, (and that is just what we accused him of,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 July 1861

jMttdjU'iii mi MfaMMai Mini -in tma mm mm "JJuttodBjille, July 14, 1661. 'Col. E. D. ToWend Sir Gen. Gar nett and all bis forces arc routed. His baggage and one gun taken. His army are entirely demoralized. General Gnr sett is killed. We have annihilated the enemy in Western Virginia. We have but thirteen killed and not more tban for ty wounded. Wo have in all killed a Icaet 200 of the enemy, nod the prison ers will number at least 1,000. We hare taken sev'en guns in all. I ptill look for the onpturc of tho remnant of Garnett s army by Gen. Hill. The troops defcate'd are the crack regiments of Eastern Virginia, aid ed by Georgians, Tennesseeans, and Car olina. Our success is complete, and Se cession is killed in this part of tho coun try. g. b. McClelland, Maj.-Gencrai Philadelphia, Monday, July 15, 1861. According to The Richmond Whh Ocu. Garncttis Robert S. Garnett, late a major in tho Fodcral arm v. and not a member of Congress. Advance of Gen. McDowell's Army. The Grand Corps d'...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 July 1861

- CHANGE OF TIME. Summer Arrangement. Ami a? Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Passengers reach New York at 4,00 P. M "in. lime for the Hudson River and Sound S learners. The Express Train North connects at Greal Bend wiih the M:nl trajn for the West on the Erie Read. - QCrOn and after Thursday, June 13, 1661, trains-will lie run as follows: Express S'asvengcr Traiats. MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train east on N.lr. &Erie Rn'ilrotid arrives al Great Bend at lrlia. in cjuihecting with the Express Train leaving Great Bend for New York and Philadelphia i I ft jlh n tn G 4f a. in '- Due at Ncw-MUford, Bne at MoJilrosc, - - 7 03 723 7 45 8 02 8 25 840 9:20 0:57 10:35 11:43 12:02 12:10 .ilopboltom Nicholson : : Factoryvillc, Abinglon Scranton, - Moscow, . Toby ha una Stroudsburg, Water Gap, p. m Columbia, Delaware, (15 mini Iodine) 12:25 Hop, (Phila'da. connection)12;50 Bridgville, - - 12:54 ' Washington. : : 1:23 Junction, - 1:40 New York, - - - 4:00 Philadelphia, - -...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 July 1861

Sfi 1 fBcvotch to Jtolitirs, literature, Agriculture, Srinuc, iftloralitn, emit ntcrai Jntelligenet. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JULY 25, 1861. NO. 27 Published by Theodore Sehochi TERMS. Two dollars per annumin advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if noi paid be fore l!ie end of the year, Two dollars and a li.uf. N i papers ti .continued until allarreaiagcsarcpaid, except at llio option of the Editor. IO Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $1(10. Each additionannscr lon. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRfiVTSWtt. ilavinir a ecncnit assortment of large, plain and or ameatalType, we arc prepared to execute every de scription of Oir Js. Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Dlank Receipts. Justices, Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets-See, pi In ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonahlctcrms at this office. Documents "Worth Preserving. My Dear , In looking over tie Proclamation of President Jackson, is sued in 1832, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 July 1861

we Sl)c Jcffcvsoxitnn. THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1861. Cavalry Wanted. It is said that a requision will be made upon the Governor of this State, by tbe United States Government, for a regi incnt of cavalry. The United States will furnish horsos and all the equipments Hero is a nice chance for those disposed to enter the most desirable part of the service. CROPS. The Scranton Republican says : Lu zcrne county will turn out a larger aver age of wheat this year than for years patit. This county his suffered terribly from the ravages of the wevil, but this season, the Grst for some half dozen years the wire at is comparatively free fiom it The weather has been favorable both to grass and grain. The former has teen boused in good condition, and the far inert are rapidly sccuriog the latter. 07Congress presents a sublime spectacle, It is a true type of the loyal feelings of the country. There are no pnrty lines. The Douglas Democracy of the free Slates stand steadily by the government; leaving t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 July 1861

ons have boon rapidly moving within tbo last two days. It is certain that none of them have been seen this eido of Contrc ille, and that they did not dare to pur rae oar retreating army, being oneo or twieo repulsed by tho gallant brigade which covered the retreat. Peter McCall of Pennsylvania, Rufus King of Wisconsin, and S. R. Curtis of Iowa, have been Bppointed Brigadier Generals. Concerning the Rebel losflea in the bat tles of -Bull's Run, nothing definite ix known. We hear from Memphis that tbey aro there estimated at H.OUO. Letters received in Washington from Richmond positively state that Gen. Lee left that city on the 1 8th instant with a largo force for Lynchburg, on hi way to cut off the advancing column of Gen. Mo Clcllan. Our loss in artillery id not nearly a great was at first supposed, and it wil immediately be made cood. Sherman's ibattcfyV reported taken, has returned in excellent condition. A letter from Centreville has been re ceived at Washington from Capt. Gib so...

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