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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY _< TIMES. Single Copies$2-~Two Copies for $3—Five Copies for $5'. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FAMILY AND GENERAL NEWSPAPER IN THE UNITED STATES. The Ntw-TorTc Weekly ( Times is a large and elegantly printed quarto sheet, of eight pages, or forty-eight columns —devoted to Politics, Literature, and General News, and intended to be the Best as well as the Cheapest Family Newspaper in the United States. ' ' > The first aim of the Times is, and always will be, to keep_, its readers _thoroughly and reliably posted up, as to everything which may happen, of general interestin any part of world. It comment_^ futly and freely upon all topics of importance in every department of public actionand always in the interest of Freedom, Order, and the Public Good. While its influence will be uniformly conservative, it advocates every measure of just and beneficent _Progress, and 'legists the increaseextension, or perpetuation of Slavery, as of everything else incompati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENTS t all patU of the land The Compendium of . Bome_?ti_« and Foreign News is prepared -with mhch care and'labor. And just now the news in tbe daily papers ib often so uncertain and contradictory that the weekly papers' can give by far the most reliable newfi'foftfiepttblic, " since ' the opportunity for _uiftiDg and correctibh'ft _allowed. t 1 < _; . i _> ' TTn_^firtVifilifirfaof I PERSONAL, the most interesting incidents connected with individuals of note, whether _dead' or living_^ aife published. \ r And tinder the bead of _fifiiErlES_, ai-e given the results of _Ssieiice, Travel_^ Discovery, StatiBtical Information, &c_^ of _nrost value to tbe public. _WViiln at. thn nmn tinin most valuable SELECTIONS : from boots, magazines, and other newspapers, are given for the Ghristian, the4 parent, the'man of literature and learning and for the children: . ' • Noraroths . , CLAIMS OF THE, GARDEN AND THE FARM forgotten; but much of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

At«be bride's resiaence, Angnst 20th, by Eev. J. A. E. SJHIPSO*, J. ALBZASS£X CBITOHPIEtD, Esq., tO i&lBS _HAUNAH W. Dom&n, both of _MiHersburg, O. October 17th, Mr. JflM Ewing to Miss Susannah CHABi,TON,.both oi Holmesville, O, November 28th, Mr. John C. Hbnbt to Miss _Mabioit "W. BiWHMAN. _Deeember 5th, Mr. Abraham Fug ate to Miss Maiy Ann Kelleb, ait of _Millcrgbnrg, O. "At tiie bride's residence, near Nashville, December 11th, Mr. John T. _StanuBs to Miss Sarah L. McMiilbn. both of Holmes County, O. On December 12th, by Rev. D. A. Cunningham, Mr. J. L* _Andersost to Mibb Maogib J. _' Hallboth of Beaver, Pa. On December 24thMr. _Jamks B. A. _Winning to Miss _Ebiblia nrara_^both of Bellair, Ohio. Or _Ttausday, Dncpmber 24th, by Rev. J. Mateer, Mr. R. W. N. IIxNftY to Miss Sarah Jawb Fox, near CurllSTDle. On Wednesday morning, at 8 o'clock, Mr. Po_^sit Bavoc, near Li.w8onhaJB, to Miss _Majct _Eibcta _Coebbm, Leathurwood, Clarion _Cownty, Pa. _> • On Decembe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

. • ¦ ¦'¦ ¦ : _- . ¦ . fire. _, .,v . ' ; Messrs. Phillips & Best's Glass Factory, and several adjoining buildings, have been destroyed toy fire. City Election. . At tiie election held in Pittsburgh, on Tuesday, Mr. Sawyer was chosen Mayor; Mr. M'Cargo, Controller: and Mr. Eichbaum, Treasurer. President Judge. Qov. Curtinhas appointed James P. Sterriit, Esq., President _ifttdge _^ of "the ' Common Pleas in Allegheny County, in the place of Judge M'Clure, deceased. - Col. A. 1. Bnssell, Of Pittsburgh, has been appointed Adjutant General of the State of Pennsylvania, in the place of 3. M. Biddle, resigneia. . ; Congress. Very little _busiuess has been completed since the holidays. Both houses, however, seem to be industrious, in preparing and considering bills. The manner in which rebelproperty shall be disposed of, the revenue, the currency, our foreign relations, &c, receive attention. ' Release of Mason and Shdell. Messrs. Mason and Slidell, with their Secre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

soldiers' Religions Aid Committee. . The . Committee appointed by the large Union meetingJheld on Monday evening last, in the Second United Presbyterian church, for the purpose of " inaugurating some efficient plan for supplying the religious wants of the army," desire to inform the Christian public that they have organized and commenced the worhf assigned them/ ' " ¦ ' / ' . ' . ' .. ¦ . ' ..: \: _^')' . ' . . , ..!. • They find- the sphere of their duties a large one, and earnestly bespeak your sympathy, your prayers, and your. hearty cooperation. Something has already been accomplished, but the great «w& is all before us. ,We must, as we love our country, our own firesides, our friends, and above all'the * cause <_if'our Matter, save thesoldier, so far as in bur power, from the demoralizing influence of the camp. The . Committee request: •; . . ¦ _' . ¦ ... _; _„ .:¦ ¦.. ., - ¦ ' ¦ . ¦/ . Mrst—Th&t the pastors of the various churches within the cities a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

JUS T PUBLISHED BY THJ0 . Presbyterian Board of Publication, No. 821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, _STJT NEW BOOKS AND THE ALMANAC s_* ' FO& 1862. THE EXILES OP MADEIRA. By th_« Rev. ' "ST.M.Blackbnrn, Erie'Pa.* Small l'imo., pp. 216.- Pme 6) centa. Postage 10 cents. Tho work of the Gospel in Madeirafrom 1838 to 1«W, has been called " the greatest fact of modern _missioi. a.* Its history shows what Romanists can do, and what Biblereaders can suffer in the nineteenth century. THE PRESBYTERIAN ALMANAC TOR 1862. Illtnrtrated. Price 6 cents, or $4 per hundred. Postage 1 cent. FOR THE YOUNG. A LITTLE BOOK FOR WTTLE FOLKS ABOUT THE BOOK' OF BOOKS. 18mo. Two Illustrations. Pp. 72. Price 15 cents. Postage 3 cents. THE LITTLE BROWN BIBLE. By the Author of " Mary Humphrey'1 " Walter Stockton," &c. 18mo., Two Illustrations. Pp. 179. Price 25 and 30 cents. Postage 6 cents. , < - A very interesting volume. ELLEEE'S SCRAP-BOOK. I8mo. Two Illustrations. Pp. 210. Price 2...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

The Expedition to Mexico. , . New-York, January 2.—The steamship ColumfbUtt i&inrived at this port this morning, ' from _JELwiaota. Intelligence had reached Havana that ¦tlk_<e 'city of Vera Cruz had been occupied by the 'Spawmairds, and that the Spanish flag was waving <wer ifl&an Juan De Ulloa. T9_ote French ships of war _Massena,' Guirriere_, _Eiemdaat, and Lastree, the. former bearing Adimiicai Lagraviere, arrived at Havana cfn the _2/7'tih. The British ships of war, Challenger, ¦SpUffful , Steady, and Plover, arrived on the same ¦day. Wat. Spanish squadron took,possession of San ¦ JitaoL De Ulloa on December 16th. -The city was •_evaentated by the Mexican troops " on the next <day. They retired without firing a gun. t2E»rana letters state that Santa Anna and Mir-¦amen are both to go to Mexico. Gen. Prim was ait Havana, and about to leave with reinforcements for Mexico. Fmm the 'Havana Diario_, we learn that ihe (G _overnor of Vera Cruz w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

JJ E W _CARPETS, AT - -No! -: 87 • _Fojirtii ' Street; ' Pittsburgh;: Bought previous to the late ad\sanBeJju>rices, of whioh tho fullest advantage is offered to i>urchasorE> _] FOR OJ_^_LSIEi.. ; '.. decl4.2m i ¦» ' "" Xt . SAMSON, -*-¦- »FURNISHING USMJRa'AKER, _; .No.'60 SmithJUld Street-keeps ' _ionstalrtiy x>n' hand rf large assortment of Ready-Mado Coffins * _Metallic Cases, Shrouds, AcVof the _latesVstyles. ' I>ersonAl _serWcesMn all cases when tequired, and_|no. pains will _,be . sparfedjto_^give entir&flatisfectioni'and relieve '' tbe friends of the, many uqpIeaHUit'dntieB necessarily\connected' _wltte thte preparations <«r»*ur1al,J al? greatly _reduced prices. Boomsopeu_^ay ami n_)ght._^ Hearses unfa _Oft ' _rriftgPBfiirninnftti. _v«_iflp_]._7y-i j hide; oil and le atHer sto r> D. KIRKPATRICK-& SONS, ? _^ j _NuV_31 _Sout_^TiiUd Street, _ff j. _Between _Makket kkv CnDSTNBT _Streets. _PniLAT)CLi_»niA _, j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

a Slight Cold, Cough, _^_kcuaJ_^senes& t or _gf cJ-e j3fhj t -cjzt i which- might he checked zi/th a simple remedy> if neglected, qfien terminates seriously. .Few are aware qf ihe importance qf stepping- a _$CJLtxtJi.or _gfll gJtt /^ _ald\ ' in Us ' first stage; that which in the "beginning would _yiddPto a mild remedy, if not attended to, sodni attacks the lungs. J_$.ficjuin!& /&fiajrLchbaJL j3f_*aiJt ¦were Jirst introduaedy eleven years ago. It has been, proved that they are ihe' best artide before the publio fir _AjpaiLQJtn, /_@ aLd& > JgfjicJichtfLai, ,j_?dhmja.t _^_alcLfitk, ihe Hacking Cough in_^an.-stLnthiLarLf and numerous* affections qf. the "Jh-tcM-t, giving immediate relief. _JPttblic Speakers ana &ngersy wUl find them effectual fir clearing and;' strengthening ihe voice. _' Sold by aU Qruggists and _Qealers irk J &edicine _, at _%5, cents .per &»_w _t' Sold in Pittsburgh by, _, , _( , SIMON JOHNSTO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

MERCHANTS' _HOTEB, ~ •46 North Fourth,Street PHILADELPHIA. V. M'KIBBKN & SON, Proprietors. S nmrS-iT ' , - "~ CARBON OIL For Brilliancy and Economy, SURPASSES ALL OTHER ILLUMINATING OILS now in market. It will burn in all styles of coal oil lampsis perfectly Hftfoand free from all offensive odor. Manufactured and for sale by ' , j W. MACKE,_OWlSr, ' . _»pTI-1v t> _1_W _. 1.TOKRTV _fTRUKT. PlTTSmTRfiH jjj HP H E . BO A R O, OP " CO _LPQRT AGE •*• tenders (the numerous readers of the Banner their_, thanks for ' the'frequent_'calls their Book-Store receives'from them, and would again _renpoctfully invite them still to visit _hs. "We have a cfttefimy-selected stock_k of ffOHDAX HOOKS, with numerous _Illustrations. They, contain moral and religious stories, and historical incidents well calculated to entertain the young;.embracing.The Life ' of Christ and his _Miracles, The, Acts of the Apostles/ Sunset on th« Hebrew MountainsBuy'My Oranges? Sir? 'Ac.1 We Relect frdm _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

WM. H. KIRKPATWCE, 1 JOHN F. KIRKPATRICK, late of the firm of Kirk- ,' La*, with _Gillespie, Zelter patriot A Metagar.t _, _t &C3O_, Philadelphia. ' _Ipjjm. H. _felRK_^_ATrtUCK. & CO., Wholesale Grocers, FORWARDING ANDyCO! MMISSION _MERCHANTS AND DEALBE8 IK ' PITTSBirR8H<KAinTBiACTarKED ARTICLES. No. 299 lilwrfcy Sft, opposite head of SmiMeld, F_^ISBUBOiI, P A. Particular attention paid to the sale of Country Produce. Hn9-lv ' "c _Jg_. A R ,T H O t, F ' S SEWING MACHINES. The Bestlin, Use. . . -A NEW STYLE**, ONLY $35.00, Making the _Secmlx, or LocK,_^_ntCH,which is approved. Sot all kinds of work, and for very "many varieties is theoniy admittdble stitch. ' '> e.-'J V i ¦ A new supply of both_^_vayyftnd _i _ManufactuTingMaakojeB lust received; _*_Sr AGEKTSS WAKTBI>. Send for _ClrciilW and (Terns. Address i _HENRTDM. _rEHQADS, Agent_; - _»..i(Llir _TfflrJ«ral _atruwt. _Alleebony City 8. BISSBM. , •«,••.• »• S- _WBSBLI, B.ISSEL & P. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

P ITTSBURGH FEMALE COLLEGE THIRTEEN TEACHERS. Buildingsteachors'and course of studyof tho first class. Superior facilities afforded in the Ornamental branches. Attendance last year, two' hundred and thirty-seven. Three terms per year. j>, , j FORTY DOLLARS per term, payB for boarding, light, room-rent, and use.'bf furniture. Tuition _according to studios pursued. The Collegiate year begins September 3d; second Session, December 9th; and the third, March 24th, 1862. Send to the President, Rev. I. C. PERSHING, A. M., for a catalofrue. • » M. SIMPSON auKU-ly President of Board of Trustees. F ARMERS, GARDENERS, FRUIT GROWERS, CATTLE DEALERS, &C, Will find the most complete ' assortment of books relating to their business that can be found in the world, at C. M. SAX TON, BARKER & CO.'S Agricultural Book House25 Park Row. W<™- Vnrt a»n/> _fnr a ~*MnBnc. foh1S.lv gj ALSTED & STILES, 52 and 54 Murray Street, New-York, Importers and Jobbers ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

rms&urgh Market. WEDNESDAY, Jmnuxry 8,1881. JMSHCBS—Soda Ash3@3}_£c.Pots, 4@4_l<c.; Pearls S_^c. The stock in first hands is ample* lor all' ordinary _jjKiyjoses. AflPLES—_$2.50@2.75 $ bbl. iBEANS—Prime White, _^1.26 p er _Imshel. _BSTCKWHEAT _^LOUR-_^$1.87>_i _^ 100 Mm. BB80MS—Common$1.50; fancy, 2.00@ZiO. ¦BOTTER—Choice Roll, 14@15c. <a H>. K30RN—45c. _^ _buRhel. _OBA.NBEKRIBS—$.600 _® bbl. <XffiBESE—Western _Reserro, 6]4c. _Hamtrvrc. _Ilie. mmsn PEACHES—New croV, _^.00 (a bn stei _^ - _HH8JSSED HOGS-3J_^@3V p. - J2ftOS-15c. per dozen. 4 jFJEATHEBS—Prime Western, _SiUc. _^ fl). _^LfiUR—Extra, S4.65; Extra Family, *5.00_®5.2S; Fancy _$_3l.5Q@o.75. _^ ©_BOCERIES — Coffee: Good Kio, 20&Sle. Sugar, mn),W,ic. _Rice8}^10c. Molasses50c. - j . HAy—f9.00_®10.0o _^ ton. at scales . _BDEKBS AND LEATHER—Green beef hides, «@6_%e4gre6» _safced hides. 5J_4_@6c.; dry flint, 12c. Ko»gJ_» country IeM3b»rHdnllat20@22c. Dressed leather is quoted as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

from the Upper Potomac. PoiKis of Rooks, Md., Jan., 5.—Six thousand rebels attacked the Fifth Connecticut regiment, near Hancock, yesterday, while protecting the railroad. After _,a slight, skirmish our men retired to this side of the Potomac, to await reinforcements. Meanwhile the rebels destroyed the railroad and telegraph lines, breaking our communications with Cumberland; . ¦ Fe.ebke.ick, Jan. 6.—Late advices show that Gen. Lander arrived at Hancock. Also, that Jackson with a_^ large force, one twenty-four pounder and two twelve-pounders "appeared opposite Hancock, and threatened to shell out our troops unless . they evacuated. ;iLander gave them a fitting response. They commenced shelling, which _continued up to: the latest advices last night, doing little injury to the town and none to? our troops. At an early-hour this morning the 8d-brigade left here for Hancock, leaving the 46th Pennsylvania Regiment at _Williamsport. The rest of the division are under orders; their pre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

J1 EADIN& FOR THE ARMY. Soldier's Camp Library. TO AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, 150 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORK, has just issued a beautiful Library, consisting of TWBNTYPIVE VOLUMES, 18mo., inclosed in a _bwo at Itfe lowt pf ice of $3.0 ; ,/iniong which are "General Havelock, " "Capt. Hedley Vicars" "Capt. Hammond," "The Blue Flag," " Young Mnn from Home." Packages of 3,000 pages of select Tractsat $2.00, are put up to accompany the Library, when desired. THE SOLDIER'S POCiCET LIBRARY, of twenty-live volumesin flexible coverscontaining _' tbe Soldier's Text-hookSoldier's Hymns, The _jHioldiers 'and Jesus, Story of Lucknow, and other appropriate works. 82.00. i - The American Tract Society has furnished gratuitously many hundreds _»f thousands of, pages of Tracts to the soldiers of Pennsylvaniaas well as others. Tbe friends ot the soldiers nre availing themselves of the opportunity of putting into their hands these most valuable books. And there are not a few instances where most h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

_Jf .E W BOOKS. ELLICOTT'S HISTORICAL LECTURES ON THE LHTJ3 OF CHRIST: Being the Hulcean Lectures for 1859 $1.25 MACDUFIf'S SUNSETS ON THE HEBREW MOUNTAINS 75 DEAN TRENCH'S COMMENTARY ON THE EPISTLES TO THE SEVEN CHURCHES ' . 1.00 LIFE AND LETTERS OF JOHN ANGELL JAMES. By Dale *.„ * ,.: 2.00 MEMORIAL VOLUME OF THE A. B. C. F. M 1.00 THE NEW AND THE HEAVENLT HORIZONS. By Madame DeGasparin 1 1.00 EVENINGS WITH THE D0CTRIN15S. By N. Adams, D.D 1 1.25 RELIGIO MEDICI, AND OTHER PAPERS. By Sir Thomas Browne, M.D 1.50 THOUGHTS ON HOLY SCRIPTURE. By Lord Bacon. Edited by Hall 1.00 BONARrS HYMNS OF FAITH AND HOPE 1 75 THE PATHWAY OF PROMISE; or. Words of Com- ' fort to the Christian Pilgrim 50 "RECREVrrONS OF A COUNTRY PARSON. 1st and socond _nenifc, eucli 1.25 BESSONS IX LIFE. By Timothy Titcomb 1.00 SPARE HOURS. By John Brown, M.D 1.50 With a large assortment of Juvenile Books, for Family and Sabbath School Libraries, at ¦ _> R. S. DATIS'S, janll-lt 93 Wood Stwet,-Pittsburgh.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

i / r_; • tM_$': \ " [AKWOBirCBMBHTB, ' _GBAJJS_^ _SoSLDBITIOIfAL IlkilARKg, tFlT« _Ojwts Ajlnra, Kins _ifr qKMfixnie A Xnib._1 _ % " i DIBD—Wear J3_iaettd«/ _ArmBtronR Connty, Pa., of dipfctheria, op December 3dSARAH ELIZABETH _CRAVENDK 'daughter ot_"J _Capfc Samuel" and' GatheVlne Sturgeon, aged 16 .veare, H _ninths, an_5 25 days.; ¦ • I DIED_~In Rural TalleyV Armstrong County, Pa- on the 17t]i of December, 1801, of diphtheria. SARAH Mogpd 12 _yetfrs, 2 months, and "6, clays; and December 28th, of th» name disease, HANNAHtCaged 14 y<tars, 10 months, and & days; daughters of Nathaniel and Hannah Bryan. j • DlED-pQn DJecember 28th;, of diphtheria, _' at the residence of liU feihoi..rn _' _1'lum TownBhip, Allegheny County, Pa., JOHN _RRiGtHT, a 3nember'*t>f Capt.- Hampton' s Artillery Oompanvv'inthe22d!j-ear of liisagt*. -. ? _jj _v. /7_y _v _^l *fi > _( - _^^ + . j DIED-r-NoT.-33d, at the residence of hep parentsin Freder _icksbii_^OhioMiss PHffiBB _HU...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

rjp E JS T Bf - * •' ¦• ' v - S_£VJB _?HEm ' BEFORE _fy'IS TOO LATJ& _/ ,, , /* . _* _' O- _^LL _, ' \_- hns4 rembyWtP ¦ • _rf r! iv • , < ! i ¦• ,:;;\ .,._^..246_^^. $m% : . • _injtho house _fonmerlyiO_^cuiMBd by. Dr. %_^._^ysas ,.opn _iai«« ' Christe&OTCh. HewlYgiye all ffie modern inipfoveni-nte. Teetb _inserted at _various _prices, ~ «. 3 * ./.'' . 1BQK «|^*^O W2.jaEBJiBI. RBl'BRENCBS: . _^ ( Xov W-.D.HOWtoB, -BtfESAHUKtBBWW*_'_. ' f _ttKrai' s ' • > _iW. _' .H_^AKS»B, • _^mST_^REMI_^_TO_^I_^ARDED BY JP ; _> ' ata_»srjtSw> kifi5rt ai _ft \\ STOtVjESiANfB .-RsfeHAE* _^ " .„ _rFpr. F&*<_ti** ,_s<&&xBSSfi?_yrQOl xV9°_P f0 ^'_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

Latest fromfort Royal. Nbw-Yqbk, Jan. 6.—^he steamer Vand erbilt has arrived with Port Royal advices to the morning of the 3d irist. She brings'3,697 bales of Sea Island cotton. ;; Gen. Stevens' brigade advanced on the main land on the ,1st inst., and took possession of the rebel batteries, after a short resistance, in which the troops were aided byVthe gunboats in shelling them. Gen. Stevensjfollbwed up his success to within six miles of the Charleston-Railroad: A flag of truce was received from the rebels requesting permission; to bury their dead, and an hour was , granted for'the purpose, when they fell back upon their fortifications, which are said to be very extensive' arid defended by from 11*000 to 12,000 men under Gen. Pope. Their loss is unknown. Our; force was 4,500 men, and we had only eight .wounded, including Major Watson, of the 8th Michigan Regiment, mortaEy. Gen. Stevens now holds possession of the main-land, and awaits reinforcements.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

'Condition of Pennsylvania's Defences. _Itort Delaware is now ready to receive its ent5_ue armament, amounting to one hundred and DKiatty-five large guns, besides twenty flanking ibwe«.ty-four-pounder howitzers. _> _BRert Mimin is also ready for its entire armaimeut, consisting of forty-seven large guns. , OBeaides these preparations, an application is now before Congress for a grant of "money to 'commence a new fort opposite Fort Delaware, and for the means of increasing the defensive cajpacity of Fore Mifflin, as well as completing the _barrack accommodations of Fort Delaware. "Wath respect to Lake Erie, Congress " is also _adfcefi to grant a large sum of money for the purpose of providing temporary defences, at such _pOBrtfe on the -Northern frontier as _nvay require them. This is a gratifying state of affairs, and twiU 'tend greatly to "calm the fears of the ftinjHL If war comes, Pennsylvania at least will foe-anmed and ready for the conflict.' ' ' '

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