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Id=357 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

A DMI^ISTRATORS'NOTICE.— r\ Noticeis hereby given that Letters of Ailniinistrtttunoa the E^a le of Vaaiel ilotm. late nf Orem township, dee'd, lime Been gnintcil to the undemitnied, re-ii'ling in Oreen township. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Kstafe will ptense make immediate payment: nnd those having claims will present them proparly anthenticated for settlement. JftHX JIONS. ) ;„ , „ sent 30 JEKKMIAH MONX. f Aam "' T^X-KCUTORS* . NOTICE.—y-otico A-i ^Hereby Riven that Letters Testamentary to tho Jv'Uie of At>rit)mm Oarbnnch. l»tp' of Antrim town.thip, iIi'cM? havo been grunted to the un-lerfigne'l, residing in sairt'township, . . All pfriwiui ^rtowingtheraBotvesiinlebted to sit a Eb» tn to will plpsitie make linntprllnti; payiiient; nml.thoso hnvinpclaimswill i»rosent tbem prt»iipr^>- uiiiUi*nttcntwt f.rrtrttlement, AHHAHAM CAKBAUGH, Jr..) VyV "*»pt 15 ADAM XAKOKIU . ___i_I_ T^XECUToivs ^OmiE- ^Notice i J is hereby Klven t)»at Letters iTestameutn...

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Id=338 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

f&ealj&state Sales FA KM FOR SAIiE.—Tie subseribors offer for sale a SLATE V AMI, «itu<ifml limit* south east of Upton adjoining lands of Inuic W«inly, UOT..M. Wumnnil others, cont»lningl43ACUKS. Tho improrements consist of ntwo Htocy DWKLL1N''.. jnrt Brick and part Log and WeatbertWtleiJ, J)»»k Burn. Wagon Shed anil all other noce^Raiy outbuilding, twu WelUnndseveral Springs convenient to the buIliUiiKM. an ORCHARD of Apple and other fniit Trew, nlmut forty ACRES co\er«l witn thrtyldg Timber. TIip land 1b ft gtxd quality of Slats. If not solrf-at pHtnti1 «nlbfforo Tuesday the 20th Ottober, It will otf that uny l.i> offered at Public 8»le at 12 o'clock. Terms'wlll be made accomodatjng. v.-l CEO. COOK, sept30-3t*. . .; "VVM. RKNJNGfiK. PUBLIC SALE.—WiU be sold at Public Sale, on Tuesday, tht Ct/i nf October, veil. » valasbfe - VniCK£ STORY JJRIOK HOUSE, sitimtol »n West Market St., Chambersbnrg, near the dlniu.mil, (b«ing No. S of Frouklin Building...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

VALTJABLEREALESTATEFpB \ SALE.—The undersigned, .Kxucuturn of 3«ni«» Beatty and also of C»tliarino l!ta«y. late of Antrtoa tOirnsb.ip,ttet'U,-»-iU (ifftr nt Public Sule.on the prcinue* on the days uiontitmcil, tho following diwcribed Real Estate, to. wit: : " On TJranilay, the 15» 4ay <•/ Oi.tobtr.next, OniheManrionFurtn, at 10 o'clock. A 'M, said MAK SIOKFARM, cousiatlng of a trtict ut Land ailcatoabodt nve miles North-east, of «reeim»8t)e, i» »-.»d Wtiwhip, bounded by lauds of Jamw iMvidnon, C. UrechbilK Henry Wenger, Jambni))] (Jeorge Spwlman a" 1 ' others, «ofl<- taminu IS3 ACRlfeuiorpor less, with ulnrge twostoTled STONEDWEf.LING HOUSE, a largcJStonaHiaH Bnrjfc Corn Crib, an,) oth5rnntbiiiMine« tliereonl There i> a never-tilling Well of Water on said Km witU k Pnmp »a it. Also—There is on ..-lidljads Wire OfiCDAKD r* choice Frnit Trivia fe - „ Atthe . ¦»»"! time will 7>» offered »t l'oblit S.W> o TRACT OF LAND jB tha occnpaiiev ot SsmneVG ...

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Id=365 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

HQ'EGISTEB'S NQTrCE.-^All perjL^^ons interested will please tako,notico tbat the following acconntants have settled their 1 accounts in the Registers office nf Frnnklinponnty n;>3 tiwt Uie same will be presented ti the Orphans' l.'ourt for Confirmation on Widpetrlaji, October 2&/i, 1S63, at the Conrt Ilouse in Cham " bcr«burg: " ' ' \ v3U. Tlio first and final ^ Account of James M. Bishop mid Juhu II. Etter, Admliiistratora of John. Etter, late of Green townhbip, dee'd, ' ¦ . \ S31. Tlio. seend nnd final Aecouut of P. Bv Small, Oulrniamvf Peter ' Kentcn. \ 3.12. First nnd tf mil Account of John STaxheimcr, Administrator of Jacob lirindlo. of Maik*. •" \ 333. Ihe first Arcount of Jivmei I,. Black, Executor of John Ilefflsman, lato of Gniltird township, dee'd. 3*1. The A-count of Hannah Keitnifts'r, Executrix, of Joa^pU lleuntuger. late of Peters township, ilec'd. ' 335. Tlir lirst Aci-OHtit of Thomas Fager.Ouardiaa of David Miller.minor child of John Miller, late ofi...

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Id=364 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

iLegat #Btices, A JOINT RESOLUTION; PEOXJl I'USI.XG CERTAIN AMESDlIJiN'fS 10 THE uv-uri'i'UIlOX. Be ii refohed 6j> tlie Senate and Houitof Rtpresesia tires of the Commonwealth of .HjnnsJrfMBia in General .1h«iWj mrt, Tbivt tbe fjllowing ammdnienis be proposed tutlieCunstitatiun of the Commonwealth, In accordonce with the proTiBii-ns of the tenth article thereof: There skill be an additional section to the third article o?the Constitution, to be designated as section four, as follows: Sectios 4. Whenever any of the qn.UiBed electc rs of ih ' ujCcuinion\Tre<iitIj shall De in 'anyjictu.il mHilary servictvundcr a requisition from the President oi tae tFnited States, or by the authority of this Omnriiouwealth, such electors may exercise tne right, ot wiCrage in all elections by tlie citizens, under auchreisulutiouiias ace, or shall be. prescribed by law, iu l' mly as if they were present at their usual place of ufection. be to ^!iier« tUiaU. two additional sections ...

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Id=395 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

4LKX. K. M'ctCRK. I —JtSXRV S.STOKKX: IVT'C LURE & STONES, ItJL editors and pvsljsbexs THE FrUNKMN BEPOSITOBy i| pubjished every "Wednesday moroinK. on a large qu«$t(*^hect, containing FOBTY-EIGUT COLUSiSS.imaed on fine paper and new, clear type. Terms s-TWODOLXAKSper annnm.IN ADVANCE, orTWO DOLLARS AND HFIY CENTS, if sot paid within »4* fli. Ministers of the ' Gospol, in Tranklin Connly,-ato famished with the RKrosixoRT at Slporannoni, Id sdvosce* ^S* Subscribersresiding ont of the State, ami tmv atrictlv in advance, and the paper will in Blr^asfSn be discontinued at the expiration of the time for W ADVERTISEMENTja inserted at 50 cents >eV square of eight lines forfirstinBertionand 26 costs per Square for each subsequent insertion. Ailfractions of a square are connted as a faf/square. Advertisements inserted-by the quarter.h»lf J*nr. or year, at a reasonable reduction. Those insextca hut ones are charged ten cents per line, tegaea Advertisements a price and a-half....

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Id=383 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

Tf ALUABLE MILL PROPERTY J FOR SALE.—The subscriber desiring to rotir» from business,oirersstiirivntesule his YALUKBI.E MILL Property; situate on tho Couococbeftgu©-Creek, at Scotland,fl^eniiles North of Chambersburg. The Mill lias three run of Burrs and Is in good order for home and merchant work. It is situated inone'of the best grain growiug regions of Southern Pennsylvania, and convex nient to churches aud. schools. There are about seventeen Acred of lnnd connected with ths Mill, Dearly all cleared and good Meadow Land, and uiidcr good fence, A large two-story Wedtherboarded DVTJ5LUNU HOUSE and other out buildings, nnd considerable frnitare on the property. Tin price ,-ufced is $5,000, while the nett earnings of the mill during the last year was above SIOO. For particulars apply to the subscriber tesidlng 1 on the premises. JOHN SLKICUTJJRr ,! auEl9-lf ; TTALUABLE tIvERK STA^'l) y FOR SALE.-" Tho undersigned offer »t Private S ile, tlie well known TRvern , situated on the co...

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Id=377 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

liEfil estate ftaica. (QrphaS^^ouet ^ s aiTe^ 1 \J VALUABLE MJIL PROPBRTT.~ln pufsnaiite of an order of the Orphans' Court of Cumberland coanty, the subscriber will tell nt- Pablic Ssvle, 6n ttio promisesvn Saturday. October I'th, 1SC3. at 1 o'clock, P. M., the valnablo MILL PKOPfiBIY, sltuato on tho Middle Spring, in Southampton township, 1 mile SoTtk of Shippensburg. on thermd lcadimr to Kewburg late the property of Jamta S Colwell, Esq., ilec'd. The Mill is three stories in bight, Stone anil Trome, has two pair of Burrsnnd one pair of Chopping Stones, and is in good order for homo aud merchant work. Tho ¦water power is about twelve feethead nnd fall. -The TRACT OF LANBconUKted with tho Mill ii of Limestone, of cood nualitv. bnundod bv l.inds of Charles 51. White,JosephBombnrgerand others, containing 21 ACHES, more orlcss, and having thereon erected a tirostory STUK15 BWELLINU HOUSE, Tenant House. Frame;Barn* &c. There are on tho premises a good AppleOrchara-snxl a...

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Id=388 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

CHANGE TO MAJSE MONEY . XA, The undersixnod offer at l'riVato'Salo, on uccom uioxiutiiiK tenns,aUthatvitli>abl«IliACTQFLAAP»i;a ated in S. Thomas. to*'nt»hip. Franklin County, ift^- ^ 3 mileaNorth west of the village ofSi. Thointtp. bcunUi-il by lands of I). Wilson's Heit», Win, Freaner . 'Barr. «i.il others, conUining » -,a29ACBES. About ifO Aci-esofthis Tract are clnarea and In a fine stateofenltlvation, th« whole of whieh has been tliorouglily limed within tlifriasf/ew ytxtn tho fcalanco i» heavily set with thriving Timber. Tbcrt i6«1lo«Iiiln»- Btone Quarry on tlio premises, )rcm -which i, BujwiUcr qmlity of Lime ismade. " 5!ie loiproTcuients- consist it a good, two-storied Los anil Frame liWliLLIKO H0U88, A FINK BASK UAIiN, erected last suimnir: a W«teTPower SAWMILL, and a STA VK Mill SUINGLH M1LI?, driven-by a smali Steam Engine,' and-other ntce«i»iiy andconvrnient buildings. The above Property offers great Inducements, to purchasers of Keal Bstnte. ltlslocateilin a Rn...

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Id=379 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

T>UBLICSALE.—The undersigned J7 Agont fj)> tho liplrs of Joseph Oiler, dee'd, will ufil-r nt Public Sale, on Wednesday, tlie 14W. day nf October, 1863} the MANSION FAKM, of said dee'd, situated three miles from V/ayneaboro', on the Mentzer Gap roadurns short mill! north of Hopewell Jlilb. adjoining lands of Daniel Hullinger, Solomon llarbaugh and Josiah liurgcr, cbntainingHoo ACRES more or less. 12D Acres of which is Limestone Lund in a high state of cultivation, the balance Freestone Land, about 30 Acres of whicli ijwcll sot witb'thrMng Timber. The improvements ar6ii largo two-atnry STOXJS HOCTSEJJiink Stone Barn. SO fectlnni; frame wagon Shed, ' Spring House, Summer Houne, Wa3h Honse, Wood House, and Carriage Shed under ono roof. Stone Blacksmith Shop, am) other outbuildings, in good repair. 'There is nn ORCHARD of choice Fruit on said Farm, such as applies, pears, peaches, 4c. There is about 12 o'r 15 Acres of MEADOW LAND to the farm wi'h a stream of Water running...

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Id=384 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

PRIVATE RESIDENCE FOR J7 SALE.—Tho subscriber, residing about one ratio Sortli of Chambersburg, a short distance off the Ship-PensburgPikc, offers at Private Sale, a new two-story BRICK COTTAGE DWELLING, containing n Parlor, Dining-Room and Kitchen on the first floor add 3 Bed, Clambers on the second floor. Tho House Is built In the latest modem style. The ground comprises aboit % of an Acre, and is handsomely fenced; There is fan the" promises n Wash HouseSmoke House, -Wood Hotiso, and all necessary nnd convenient outbuildings. Therfc is also a now Carpenter Shop on tlielot, which can bo readily converted into a stable. Tie Garden is In a good stite of »"J> l JiTS, 0D V and ! be lot is vM pten'od *l«& ORAFffiD FRCIT, such as Apples,Poaches, Plums . Pears,Grapes, ic. The property can bo seen at any time, and fernu mada known l>y calling at tho premises. . v8opt23-tf. JOHN STRIKE. •=* £*ARM. FOR SALE.—The undersigneo wi ^ stii ar t> n*v* S»l?. Ms SARM...

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Id=378 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

TTIXECUTOR'S SALE OFYALUO( ABLE HEAL E5TAVE.—By Virtue of thelast will liiiU testament of Johu Bear, dee'd, the undeislgned. as Kxecutor ot saiddee'd. williilfcr at Public Sale, on Sifuiday, theiUh. day of October, 1S63at 11 o'clock. A. M., jn tho pi emlsea, all t lie Kenl JJstateoi whirh tlio said Johu Bear, dieiljactzol and possessed, lying, iu Monttromory tuwnsbip. Franklin cnunty, State ot Pennsylvania adjoining the lauds Of Christian -Xicewftuder and others, and on tlie road landing from Hagwstown to Mercersburg, and being tlie same Keal Estate purchased from Catharine Horstby aaid John Bear, containing 86 ACKESand77 fEECHESof Hod more or less. ' The improvements are a LOG DWELLIKO UOOSE. FKAMK BARN, andall necessary outbuildings. There isuSPWNGof B.BSN1SG WATER 011 the land, and a good wiill near the house. The land is in u good state of •cultivation aud under good fencing.. The torms are one-half in hand, and the balnnce in two eqnal annual payments, from the tlmt day of Ap...

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Id=381 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

\T ALUABLB FARM AT PUBLIC If SALK.—The undersigned, Executor of lialachi Brfad'e.late of St.Thomas toKD'hip, dee'd, will offer at Public Sale, on Saturday, the lOffc rfa .v of October, nexl. THE MANSION V ARM'of saiddee'd, situatei ¦ St. Tliianas township. Prauklin Comity Tn., about two miles South of tho Tillage of Sf. Thomiw. adjoining lands of Wilson's heirsJohn Miller and ofh<-r.<. containing 254 ACKES ami allowance of LIMESTONE LAND. Thia Farm is eligibl y situated with a stream ot KUXNISQ WATER through it nnd a NEVER-FAILING SPKIXQ near the hou^e. Tho .improvc-mentp >onslst of-a large twi-wtory Stone Hnuw, aiitonel)mik;lBa'-n, Wagon bed. CornCrib and other necessary out-'.uildiugs. Also. two. tenant Houses aud an Orchard of choice Fruit Treessuch as apples, peat-s. pgai-hes, clierries, Ac. About fifty ucresnra in good timber and about fifty is Meadow ground. ' : Any person wishing to view the premises before tho day of sale v. ill call on tho subscriber ...

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Id=380 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

TTALUABLEFABMFOftSALE!—V The nndoTsisned offer* at Private Sale, a valuable LIMESTONE EAI151situated on the,Merccrsburg and Hagerstawn road, funr miles Snnth of ti" 1 former placed inthe Wdrti Run District, containing 0SE UTODRED AND XlXiSTT-SIX A(;UES, J40 of whicli are cleared—in a high st»tc of cultivation—tlie balance choice Timber Land. ' The Conococheiigue Creek b-'mndd the Farm* oh tho .Xortb, and there are two ff ells of good "Water on tlie'pn'&u'ses—^one at thd House and tmeflt the Barn The Impiuvenwnts are, a 'two-story KOUQS CAST HOUSE. " » good STONE BJtKK BARN, with Cora Crib aud VaRou Shed attached, anil nil ueewsary out building*. Tbere is; also, u good OECHAKD of grafted Fruit on the premises. ^ - [ " If the Farm is not sold by the. 1st day of October next, it will, ou that day, at 1 o'clock, P. 51.. be offorednt Public S.ile. ¦ "1 > Persons wishing toviewthe premises can do po at ony time, by calling on the undersigned. rt>si''inir thei eon. ...

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Id=382 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

\T ALUABLE STEAM TANNERT T FOR SALK.—The undersigned will sell atPrivate, Sale,his TANNERY, known as the Corner Tannury.with. steam and water-power, Saw Mill, Chopping Mill, Stocks lortire-.iklnghMes, ic. The Tannery lias S Ieecbos,32 vats, ' 2 limes aud water-pool ^ and is capable of tanning 800 heavy hides a year. There are two Log D.welling Houses. Barn. Stablo and other necessary out build nga connected with the Tannery, and about GiTAcreseleaaed, with good fruit. Ho will sell any quantity of land with fhe Tannery, fiom 100 to TOO Acres. 0-or 600 Acres ara Timber, and an ample supply of Chesnut Oak Bart to run the Tanu«ry for fitty Jean. It U situated about 7 mites South-west of Merceraburg, on Licking Creek, TermB made eisy. Possensiojr'wiUbegiTenthls fall if n**cessary. For further particulars acWress. the nnder, signed,at Mercersburg, Franklia county,!"»¦ uug VI, B3tf C. METCALF. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

' Mmwr ta^itef I.EE'H INVASION ' - . We "hart: before ' us tho official report t^ fifcri. L.ee, giving the detailed account of ,his iliSsfl^troiis campaign in Pennsylvania. The readers of the Kefositoby hnvo already had in those columns .everything pertaining to tiint movement from loyal sources, that could bn interesting or instructive, but tho account Siyet f- ' by the rebel' Commnnder-in-Chicf throws now light upon, the purposes, plans sifd'events of that campaign, which too nceis&&ry to a pfcrfect understanding of 1 the grand combinations conceived find the terrible disaster realized by the foes ' of fheltptrtiblic. ' ' Gen. Lee left his position on the Kappa* tmnnoek because the lines of Hooker weresuch as -could not b<s attacked to- advantage, snillie therefore determined to draw Ho.oker h-oni his defences. He adds—"'the execution of tliis purpose embraced the relief of the Hlwmindoali Valley' from the troop-s that had occupied the lower part o...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

BRIEF WtB ITEMS The 'rebel steamer Herald has bnen cap-¦tured by the XJ. S.,gunboat Tiogb, near-Key ^VSst. ' , ' , ' . ' . ' . . ' ' i Three thousand fresh horsey for cavalry anS artillery service, reached Gen. Burnsido atp£noxvi% on the 28th ult.' _ ¦ Jhe draft |\vill.boconimenced in.New Jer-8ey on the 25th inst. 1 Credits will be given bf sub-districts up to the 24th inst. ' Gen. ' Pemberton, who has been , several times killed b^ reports from the Southwest arjived in Eichii^ind on fhe 28th ultimo. . -Jhe Memphis-Altanta Appeal -puts- the clfmax to its jubilation over Bragg's great victory by exclaiming—" Now Yallandigham wilkfce eleetedi" /White made his appearance in' the -neighborhood of Georgetown, on Motday night a wpek, driving' in our pickets 1 .' The guerillas had two pieces of artillery., . ;,. . 'Gen, Banks,-it is said, trill-take the field . itt person to conduct the movements in Texas a^d Lousiana. •GcneralFrankUh is to have command of the Nineteenth Army Corps...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

ThkTuouui.kikJa.pax.—The lastadvices fnuii Japan, July 25, represents that all the foreign powers were at war with the .Prince of pfegato. This indppcnden%chief, united to the. 3Iiciio party nnd opposed to ' the Tycoon's policy, fired, upon American; French, tirvti.«h,and Dutch ships. The Dutch, being an jivtnod vwcl. returned the fire, but got pretty well peppered from; the Japanese batteries. The 17. S. frigate assaulted the batteries and sunk .two of the Prince's vessels,, as has been -formerly stated. The French sent two war steamers to finish the job, but not, liking the looks of tho batteries, except landing and taking an insignificant redoubt, accomplished ..othing. TheBritish, who had a previous quarrel with the Prince of Sutsumti, hiivo done still worse in their assault, for they have been beaten off by the Japanese;. "With the exception of the British quarrel with the KrinceTbf Sutsuma, the war so' far is only against the Prince of Ntgato, who has the country only on o...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

I The following official announcement relative to the removal of the, remains of Unionsoldiers from the battle-field of Gettysburg, will bo, gratifying to the ' relatives and friends of the martyrs who soaled-their devotion to their country with their lives: : The arrangements are nearly completed'for the removal of the remains, of the Union (soldiers scattered over the Gettysburg battlefield to the burial-ground which is .lieing prepared by the several "States interested; for their reception and proper burial. • i All the dead will be diBinterrcd, and ' the. remains p laced in coffins and buried, and the jjrnve.s wnere marked or known, will be care¬ fully and permanently re-marked in thissfcldiers' cemetery. • ! If it is the intention of the friends of any deceased soldier to.take his remains horhefor turial, they .will confer atavor by immediately makfng known to me that intention. Afterthebodies are removtid to this cemetery, it will bo' very desirable not to disarrange the.o...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

; \Ye hayto meagre news from Charleston ¦Ba r to the morning of the Cth. Tho Wecihaicken had returned, nnd \vas at anchor, off ;Morris Island.. The Fdtapsco and Pttssnic fwere . at work, but as a general thing tho Navy, was doing little of importance. Out bnti teries were fired upon occasionally froxn the Rebol forWon Sullivan's and iTames Islands. General: Gillmore was on the evo of completing-his preparations, and active operations would soon be rosumca.-' : ¦

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