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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 October 1862

Jri-Srfkln Crlrgrifli. MODNlMWi TKXAR. X. BL CUSHIHO. Editor and Proonetor. Term—For the Weekly, f J per year. For the Trl-Weekly, *8 par jeer. For advertising. 23 cent# a line tor eeoh Insertion. Subscriptions end adTer<latDg, In all cases, In advance,auddiscon- tinued when the time paid for expiree, bhinplas- tera will in ao ease he received. i it*. CLOTHINC1 FOR AttKAN AH. There are now ever 540,000 Texas soldiers tn Arkansas. They left here last spring with clothing, etc., adapted to a summer campaign. Of course they could not take more. Winter is now ap- proaohtag and It finds them almost entirely un- prepared for Its rigors. Many, very many of th are destitute of shoes, coats and blankets, great is their destitution that the ladies of Arl sai have taken up their carpets from their fl and made blankets of them. Thousands have be«n thus supplied. But many thousands are yet to be supplied. An organized pi in to collectand forward sup- plies has been adopted by Gen. Holmes, who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 October 1862

-4 THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 90 HOUSTON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3585 BY THE CENTRAL TRAIN. Rosencranz Defeated! ETC. JJTr., ETC. Houston, Oct. 10. We are under obligations to Mr. M. S. Benton, of Jackson, Miss., fora Memphis Appeal of the 28th; Mobile Evening News of the 27th, and the Vlcksburg Whig of the 30th ult. and 2d and 3d inst., from which we derive much valuable Infor- mation: The Central train got otf the track to day, be- tween Navasota and Courtney, which caused a de- lay of two hours. From a gentleman direct from Jackson—Mr. Benton—who left Jackson Sept. '30th, we learn that a dispatch arrived on the 3d inst. at Munroe, giving an account of the defeat of Rnsencruiiz by Price, who had been reinforced. Price lost 500 and ltosencranz 5000 killed and wounded. Rosencruuz was completely routed. The b itlle between Price and Rozencranz was 9 miles from Iuka—9 mtleB from the river. There have been several battles in Missouri, and no doubt we will got ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 October 1862

< i ♦ A A m / p Si * aa—— 1 ■— Cri-10rcfil9 Cflfgrap!).! 5-55 1TCM9 OP INTBRBHT. llOimi'UN. TKXA"« K. H. CU8HIKO. Editor and Proorietor. Terms—For th# Weekly, $3 per year. For the Trl-Weekly, • p®r >«r. For advertising. *5 cents a line for each Insertion. Subscriptions and advertising, in all eases, in advance,aud dl«son tinned wheu the time paid for expire*. Shinplas tore will la no ease be received. Ilu< FALL, OF flALVBMTON At length an event, by msny anticipated, has happened, oaiveston, the beautiful city of the Gulf, has fallen. The mlntoni of Lincoln hire made it their nest, and, M we hare seen in simi- lar eases, there will be hatohed from it, if the ut- most vigilance be not exercised, untold mlserlses to the 8tate. On the 9th,th* trace agreed on be- tween the enemy aad the soldiery having expired, they first assumed onr it their hateful domi- nittion. Tho srmammt employed by them have likewise stated that It is not their present purpose, as flur as we ere advised, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1862

i <e THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXYIII—NO. 91 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3586 Bf THE CENTRAL TRAIN. Houston, Oct. 12th. By the Central train we have received Mobile papers of the 5th, Orenada 4th and Richmond to 29th, for which we are indebted to G. A. Jones, Ksq., and P. Leslie Thompson. Alse for late Ar- kaiiSMS papers, for which we are indebted to Col. P. S. Siockdule. We learn from Mr. Jones, (hat Judge Smend, of Vickaburg, got on the cars at Jackson on the 6th. He said he had just seen a dispatch to a friend of his in Jackson from Tupelo, suiting that General Van l)oru had telegraphed to Richmond as follows: " Price's and my command attacked the enemy to- day (Friday, Oct. 3d,) at Corinth, drove them in- side their entrenchments after several hours hard fighting, and have them now huddled in confusion in the town; will renew the fight in* few minutes, and expect to accomplish a glorious victory and capture the entire force of Rozencrantz and Grant Our ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1862

$%4 m 1 1- r • Cri-UJffklD CfUgrnjJi). HOUHTUNi TIC XAn. X. H. OVfSOTO. Xditur amd Proorwtor. Taaws—For the Weekly, year. Forth# Trl-Weekly, §8 p«r vear. For advertising. 85 oents a Ifao tor oaoh Insertion. Subscriptions and advertising, la all oases, In advanoe.and discon- tinued whan tbe Una paid tor expires. Hhlnplas- feara will la nooaM ba rsoei ed. I1U. OlJtt MLIWEY PBFENCB*. b Is obviously oat of the question for a* to make known through oar column* the mean* that have bean adoptad to kaap tba enemy out of the Inte- rior of our State. Thatmeaaureahare been adopt- ed, sufficient tor the emergency, and that they have been pat Into efficient operation, we are able from oar own knowledge to taaare the pablie. In the defeaee of Galveston, we are aware a^uoh baa been said derogatory to the military operations* And, to the superficial observer, It doea aeem atranfe that the principal aaaport of oar State should be allowed topaaafrom our possession al- moat wlthoat a fan being fired, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 October 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 92 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3587 BY THE I'ENTRAI* TRAIN. Heavy Fighting at Corinth. ETC.. ETC.. ETC. Py the Central train we learn from Col. (/hllton, of Smith county, that the battle at Corinth contln- ed 4 days, and resulted unfavorably for us. On the first day Vaii Doro drove Rozenoranz into his in- trenchmonts, aud bosciged him there the seoond day On the evening of the second day Rosencranz was reinforced by Grant from Memphis with 13,' 000 men. Van Dorn was driven back several miles on the third day, and lost a brigade captured in the morning. lu the evening Van Dim rallied and re took the brigade, together with their cap- tor). He then fell back to Baldwin without loss of any stores. Our loss in killed and wounded was terrible.— We are deeply pained to hear that Col. Rogers, of this oity, is among the killed. We trust the report may. like that of the death of Col. Robertson, prove premature. Our latest dispatch, we a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 October 1862

Cri-Ufcklp Cflfgrapi). HOllMTONi TXXAN. K. HL CUiHUre. Xditur and Proonetor. Twm-Ior the Weekly, |3 per year. For the Tri-Weekly, 98 par enr. Por advertising, oenta ft line for each Insertion. Subscriptions ftnd adverialng, la all cues, la advftnoe.ftnd dlteon tinned when the time paid for expire*. Hhlnplas- tera will la aaoaaa be received. (lift. LINCOLN** PROCLAMATION—-THE TRUTH AT. LAt T. Pram the beginning or the war, on* of the hard aftt things wa have had to do, has been to make the enemy tall the truth. Wa have frequently, lo these colonies, pointed eat Uie propsnatty to false- hood, always exhibited from the highest to the lowest officer of that Government, aye, even by every one of the twenty odd millions of subjects of It, nntll allusions to It are as a twice told tale. Wa regard It as a bopetal sign tlist ths fortunes of the war have become so desperate for the United Ht«tea as to fOfft the truth from both President, io press and tftiyeople. It is ft notable fact, that si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 93 HOUSTON. MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3588 0 ■ From Army Correspondent of Charleston Courier. TUB BATTLE OK SHAaPSBUftO. Sbakpsbcro, Md„ Thursday, Sept. 18,16C3. Yesterday was fought, at this place, the severest battle that has yet marked the annals of the war. For the first-time in our h story, two armies have been brought together whose thousands might bo numbered by hundreds, and -for flltreii long, eventful hours these have undergone a trltfMby fire such as mortal man never witnessed on rals eontin-lit before. If the battles ol Shiloh, Douul- sou, Richmond and Manassas are entitled to be considered among the greutes: in modern warfare, that of SharpsDurg, whether In reference to length, obstinacy or numbers, outranks them all, and stands first upon the list. In rftspjct to mere numhers, few records of battles show more troops concentrated upon a single Held thiui were g • tii- ernd here. If we look on the Federal side we may enum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1862

< *i v / CrMlffUi (Cflfgraplj. uAVmrait. tkxah. k. h. ctromre. ■*«* nd tww forttw VMkli.DjMrjfur. Tri. Weekly, tH par iwr> For advertising. For the as Mat* a llao tor uoh insertion. Subscription* and •dverUlng, la alt ami, In advanoe,aod discon- tinued wh«a |)ii Um« (Mid for nplrM. ShinplM- ton will la ao oase be reoeived. iiu. JQ Correspondents who iadulgo In fault-fled- lag with others, whe^r they >e the civil or mill- uijr authorities, or |pltviduiIs, or who ie«l( to gratify a aplrit of controversy with oar ooteapo* rarlM of the press, nut boar la mind that these tillage are comparatively profitless. They do not convey Information. They are ofteaer (bunded oa prejudice aad nnjastrsportt th*n otherwise W« believe the whole population of the Stale with iaslgnlfteant exceptions, Including b«t^ the om elaU, slfll aad and the poople, likewise the press, ladef^M^rst, last and ell the time to the great gflgMfliBcb we are engaged, Noth lag that j^H&aa do for iU success la wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 94 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1S62 WJIOLE NO. 358D BY THE CENTRAL TRAIN. % Houston , Oct. SO. By the Central train we get uo later Mississippi papers. Lieut. J.H. Bullingtou, of the 5tb Texas, arrived by the Central Railroad yesterday. lie left Rich- mond on the 4th inst. To hiin.we are indebted for flies of Richmond papers ; also, for the following items : Van Corn's command is at present re- celving large reinforcements from Alabuma aud other sources. Wauls Legion among the rest. It was rumored in Vicksburg on the 12th, that a battle was then raging between Bragg and Buell at Mount Washington. Butler has ordered all the " disloyal " to take the oath or leave New Orleans by the 1st of November. Their property is to be confiscated in every instance. Lieut. Collier is hopelessly sick in the hands of the enemy. ▲ li*t of the casualties of the Texas Brigade at Sharpsburg Is prepared, and will be received in a day or two. Several gunboats we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1862

asas w Cri-DffMp GLflfgrupl). HOUMVON* TKXAM. X. H. UUIBUNft. KiHw and Pronator. Tuva—For the Weekly, §3 per year. For the Trl-Weekly, •« per jwr. For advertising, 85 o«nU • lino for Meh Insertion. Subscriptions and advertising, In ill <*•••, In advanee,aud discon- tinued when the time paid for expires. Shlnplas- ters *U1 In BOOM* be received. lite. i TYRANNY IN TUB NoKTU. TH ir two years ago we had publlihsd the feet that sueh inhumanity aa la detailed in the article below from tho New York World, waa being committed by any man, elthor public officer, oecloalaattcal lnqulaltor, or even pirate or brigand la Christ endom, all of oar reader would hare held np their handa In horror, uft very many of them would hart declared U Yposatble. The atory oarrlea ua back two hundred yeara and Into oolla of tho Inquisition. It goea In cruelty away beyond the atrodttos of tho French revolution. It ex hibiu a picture of wickedness, sucA as must arouse the deteatatlon of the world, and call down...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 October 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. &XVIII—NO. 95 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1862 BY THE CENTRAL TRAIX. Great Battle in Kentucky. ETC. ETC.* ETC. Houston, Oct. 23d._ By the Central train Mr. Silas Gregory and Mr. Floyd arrived, to whom we are indebted for late papers. Our friend Gregory was home but a short time since. He got back to his company (Bayou City Guards) just In time for the 'ate battles, boing in the passage of Thoroughfare Gap, Manassas, South Mountain and Sliarpsburg, w'here he was wounded and taken prisoner, and afterwards pa* rolled. The last two months of his life have cer- tainly abounded in adventure. We hope his wound will not prove serious. From the papers we get the following dispatches: A battle occurred on the 9th, between Bragg and a division of McCook's army, In which the Yankee loss is 25.000. Prentice says Kentucky will mourn for many years the transaction. Liucoln.'s proclamation caused greaf dissatisfaction among the Democrats of McClellan'g army. Linco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 October 1862

Crl-H9erkl9 tflfgrap!). HOI/BTUN, tkxah. X. EL CUtEUTO. "Editor ul Pronator. Tnu-For the fwklf, |Jjt«r ysar. For the ri-Weekly, $8 par year. For advertising. 83 lino for eao h insertion. BubserlfAl ns aud ilng, to all caeoe, to advance,and dl*on- lupla llu. Trl cents o advertising, lo all eeeea, . tinned when the time paid for'expire* ten will lo no ouo bo received. PU091 TUB rfBrOtfD REGIMENT. A lattor from Matt Con kiln, written at llolly •prtnge, October 11th, from w bleb wa take the Hol- lo wing, about the buttle of Corinth't „ "On*the tflh we came to tbo Foderal encawV mont and took possession. We had been there •boot an boor, when we heard tbo Federal* y«U log. Wa bad three companies oat skirmishing. So mo af lb* 3d Missouri came along, and were or- dered by Col. Koaera to bait aud ftirm oa oar right The* did Bo. The Yankee* cunt on. Col. K. iade kneel doe n and wait U|l they got in about iiftjr yard* of ua. The KHUd and.Wounded of tbf Texas Brigade e then eried oat to u*," Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 October 1862

A. THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Vi>u. XXViri—NO. 96 HOUSTON. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1862 BY TIIE CEYfKAL (BUS. The Great Battle In Kentucky. By the kiu<lnesa of Mr T. H Perry, of the Rnn- gere, we have a large Dumber of luto papers, in eluding a Marshall Republican Extra of the 2 1st, from which we take the following Mobil*, Oct. 15th.—A speolal dispatch to the Advertiser and Register, dated Winchester, Oct. 14th, says Gen. Stuart crossed the Potomac about WIUiauiKport, and dashod into Pennsylv nia. llo passed through Mercersburg Ohambcrsbuig, Km mlttshurg. Liberty and Yattstown, and re crossed at Whitfield below, malting the entire circuit of the Federal army. lie cut off tho enemy's com uiunloutlons, destrpyed many arms and also a very large amount of stores and brought awuy two thousand horses. No loss ou our side. Richmond, Oct. 16.—Northern" papers of tho 11th cont'-dn Louisville dispatches of tho 10th, which says that the Federal Generals, Jackson Tyrrel, Webster aud Little, we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 October 1862

* *1 €r!-mrfkli) (TflfflropK iiountii.1. TK\An, X H. CVBHDtQ. Vditvr and Pronator. Tun-Forth# Weekly, §3 per year. For the Tri-Weekly, *8 per year. For advertising. #5 Mats a tin* for Net Insertion. Subscriptions ud advertleiag, in nllcacos, 1b advanoe.and dl*oB ttMwd wfcentl the time paid for expires. ■MJUSmmm I Its. :i4"yre> ' f « %'J TIXK BXBJirriON ACT. -We give the exemption act in fall In to day'* paper, as H mi agreed upon and passed by the Sonata and House. It vlll bo observed that It extends eomewhat further than the former act. and ffluit prove more satisfactory to the people The physical exemption exteuds to all person* who are Incapacitated for duty in lA# ftld, and is considerably broader than before under the rule* of Qfn. Cooper. The exemption to poatniaatera Is narrowed down to thoae appointed by the Preal dent,oi which there art, we believe, but foor in Texas, to wit: At Gelveston, Houston, Austin and Ban Antonio. It is supposed that the other (NNrtoBoaa can bo a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1862

THE TKI'WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. V(#u. XXVIII—NO. 97 b \ HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY^ #11 ■■ OCTOBER 29, 1862 JACK HAMILTON A (JAIN. J^k Hamilton baa arrived in Now York. He maiu a speech at the Academy of Mualo ou the 'id Inst., from which we take somo extracts. He laya down as hU questions of discussion, " Why U our country in Us present condition?— What are the causes and what the remedies ¥M After some talk about Mr. Spratt, of South Caro- lina, he says: They [the Southern people] auid that Republl- canism is a failure, and that we must have a stron- gur Government. If they knew this as he knew it, they would know that this rebellion uld not originate with a desire to get rid of the hated Yunkoes. They wanted to be the conductors of a supreme uud never changing Government, not to !>e interfere.! with by the votes of free men.— Therefore the idea of conciliating the South by forbearance and magnanimity was wantonly de ceptive. * * * * . * Now while, but a abort time since, ho would have regar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1862

m * i W 9 \ dri-Wtthlf Cflfflro^j. tiOt)MTUa, T^XAl. K. EL CU1HIHG, Tiltur u4 Proonetor. T>m t ' ar the Weakly, f:< per year. For the Tri-Weekly, $8 per year. For advertising, M NBti ft lint for aaeh Insertion. Subscriptions and advertising, I . ftli am, In advanoe,and dl won tinued wbed die time paid for expires. Shtnplaa- tare will In no ease be received. | Ha. HIUSH or TBI TiniKS. The most promising alga we can eee In the North U the extraordinary rise in the price of gold, 01 rather extraordinary fall in the vnlne of the Got eminent securities. Within the past three months the quotations of (aid have (one np from about par to 188 ; end nearly oae-knlf this rise has taken place styee Lincoln's emancipation proclamation wssknotrate be in preparation. It is to be re- membered that the Federal Government is depen dent on oommeroe somewhat for Its munitions of war, not to say for the aupport or thousands upon thousands of its industrial population. In com- merce, gold la the on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 October 1862

* THE TK1-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. • VOL.' XXVIII—NO. 98 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3593 ^ BY THE CENTRAL TRAIN. C DATS LATER important from Richmond. * . UKAGG'S OFFICIAL REPORT, 3BTO.. BTO.. ETC- We have received the following telegraphic dis- patches via (he Southwestern line. They were sent to Woodvllie, Miss., and mailed at that place on the 24 Lh Inst., being three days later than be- fore received. They seein to make tht> rumored battle between Lee and McCleilan exceedingly doaLtfal. Cel. Andy Neil arrived by the Cuutral traiu to- day, direct from Arkansas. We learn from him that Jack Hamilton had received his appointment as Military Governor of Texas. Casslus M. Clay is to be his military man. Spocial to the Houston Telegraph, via Woodvllie, Miss. Mouile, Oct. SI, via Holly Springs, 20th.—Ene- my from Corinth, yesterday, made a recounois unce to our lines with a flag of truce, uuder pre- text of seeing abont alleged ill-treatment of their prisoners in our hands,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 October 1862

:«gBgggSSB -J- Cti-I0eckl9 CfUgrap!). iioimvuNi TRXAH. E. BL OUBHXKO. Editor tad Proorwter. For the 85 TM —Forth* Weekly, fSner ye* Tri-Weekly, 98 per year. For advertising, cents line tor each insertion. Subscriptions end advertising. tft ftli eases, Ift advanoe, and dl *• <n tinned when the tine paid for eaplres. Shln l« —' " (its, tere will in no oftae he received. CLOTHING FOtt THE 80LWIKBN. Wo have mftde several appeals to the people to provide elotklag for the troop* against the cold weather. We here loceived • groat many lettors from the people on the subjoct.all declaring an eager desire to do something, but all complaining of a want of means. " We want," says one "loons, spinning wheels and cards." " It will take a long time,'* says another, "to learn the ass of spinning wheels." "Why will not the Govern ment let us have cloth from the Penitentiary 1 «• Why will the Quartermasters not issue us cloth t to make np fM We could give a hundred such replies as these. \ We have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 November 1862

y/ S;, /> // y ? tc- KXVIil—NO. llliWEEKLY ■ ^1tr*-.r." aCiiMiHttfra HOUSTON. • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1562 WHOLE NO. riPlitE CENTRA!, TIUI>. W > have out day Inter telegraphic new* to iUj din-ct frorct^ie office at Woodvllle. There i oo news (if imfRrtnnce, except this : Telegraphed t«> the Telegraph. * Kichhonb, Oct.83.—On Tuesday last, Joseph A. (■raves Commonwealth Attorney of Surrey coun- ty, S. S. Rives, uncle of Mrs. Allen of Claremount, H xl a youth named Geo. Graves, went over to Jnmestown Island, where they were seized by ne- lit och, and shot by order of a negro professing to no Colonel of a Yankee regiment of blaifks. The victims held high social positions, and the affair lia* produced much sensation. I'liiRLUioN, Oct. 23.— The enemy bus been driven to his boat*. Mo bilk. Oct.. 24.—A special dispatch to the Ad- vertiser and Resistor, dated Charleston, Oct. S3, says, 44 the number of blockaders suddenly in- creased to-day." Richmond, Oct. U3. —Tli New York Herald...

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