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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 April 1862

ri-lOeJilt) Cflfgropl). tiojn'un, tgxab. E. H. CushkITG, Editor and Proprietor. i'RTDAY APRIL 4, 1862, Th notice to a«ivertiaerM. r«snt.ir Advertising of the Telegraph to su - prl "''Ml fbMher notice. Advertisements will lib lull, d ilif Telegraph "nill ihe regular mi- It'pg I* ri'humi'U, at 25 cents per line for each u- " V< r!t is ct Justlc'a," give us your real name we will publl-h your article. THE PROSPECTS. Che uses of adversity are often the theme of (Ipit consolation.* It Ig rare, however, to gee em so obviously exemplified in the experience of ninunities and psopleg, as hat been the cage in luat two or three mouths with the people of tbo bnfederate States. Under the policy of defeod- Ig ourown, merely, we had pMied through three larters of a year of war with do great lost, no leaf reverse, but with go many successes that we frti led to. believe that our line could not be alien through, and the great people of the Oon- peraoy were safe. Under this impression. en- tmorits ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 April 1862

HOUSTON, APKPj 6td, 1862. BT SPECIAL & 8. W. EXPRESS. rc 33 R. ETC. ETC . ETC. By the New Orleans train whioh arrived las1 Friday night, we are in possession of two two day* later news from New Orleans. We give all of im* portance we can find : Richmond, March 30.—Con site fs and the Hou?e o? Representatives passed a resolution appointing a special committee of thirteen to prepare a bill car- rying out the system of conscription recommended toy the President. Also to develop the general re- sources ot. the Confederacy c Seven traitors were b'oiisht to the city to-day from Matthews county, Virginia. The President proclaimed martial law. extending over Qieenbrlar, Pocahontas, Allegheny, Monroe, Mercier. Raleigh. Fayette, Nicholas and Randolph counties. Va. Heth Is to execute the law. Acousta, March 31.—The Favannah News of this mornliiji learns from passengers from South Carolina, that the scouts surprised u pNrtv of Federals in a house on North Bdlsto Island Friday last, killing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. 5\— - VOL. XXVIII—NO. 9 HOUSTON. MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3501 BY SPECIAL & 8. W. EXPRESS, ■ liATBR. ETC , ETC . ETC. By tbe Now Orleans train which arrived last Friday night, we are in posaesslon of two two day* lfter new* from Mew Orlesnt. We give all of im. portance we oan find Richmond, March S0.-Con«refa and the Iluu^e of Representative* pishhI a resolution appoint inn a special committee of thirteen to prepare* bill car- rying out the sy teui of conscription recommended by the-Pre Ideut. Also to develop the gn era! re- sources ot tlm Confederacy. Heren traitors were b'onght to tile city to-day from Matthews county, Virginia. The freHdent proclaimed martial law. extending over «ieen rl r. Pocahoiita*, Allegheny. Monroe, Mercier, Raleigh. Fayette, Nlcholss and Randolph counties. V«. IJeth Is lo execute the law. Adoi uta, March 81.—The Savannah N«>ws of this mor nit- lea u- from passengers train South Carolina, tna t ie sci.uta mirivbe.l a p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1862

®rUgrai>b. MOt-NTUn, TKXAS. E ^ Editor and Proprietor.* MONDAY APRIL 7th, 1862 N«tlee in Advertiser*. * ''itu,'®.?"!?,' of Telegraph U fns- ueriM until farther notice. Advertisements will P. i i ' IttletTuj/h •>ui|i the rtvnlnr «1- verttBlug t* returned, at 2ft cent* per line for each o- nerHon. THE BEQCItllTION ON TEXAN. The Utrihill BtpnblloiD has something to Mr of the Governor's proclamation in answer to the call of Ihe Secretary >f War for 15 regiments of infantry. After showing. the practical effect of disbanding the 12 months' men, will be to prevent •lis new Texas regiments from being In time to take part in the spring campaign, the editor says Can it be possible that Gov. Lubbook Intends that Texas shall take no part in the spring oam- imign. and she shall not furnish her quota of troops before July or August, when every one knows that the great battles of this war are to be fought within the next sixty or ninety days 1 Bis friends, therefore, do noteredit the assu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 April 1862

•V >:■!% \ ■X.. Sped*} to Picayune. Corinth, April 4.—A thousand private citiase from all parts of the Confederacy, bare flocked to ot standard. A battle may not come off until the day after to- morrow. Tbe following la an address Just Issued by our General: Hbadquarters Army of thb Mississippi, 1 Corinth, Miss., April 3,1862. J Soldiers of the Army of the Mississippi! I have put you in motion, to offer battle to the invaders at your country. With resolution nd disciplined valor, becoming men fighting as you are fbr all that Is worth, living or dying for, you can but march to decisive victory over the agrarian mercenaries who have been sent to despoil you of your liberties, your prosperity and your honor. Remember the precious stake that is involved in this contest; remember the dependence of your mothers,your wives, your sisters, and your chil- dren, is upon the result. Remember the fair, broad, abounding land, the happv homes and the ties that would be dissolved and desolated b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 April 1862

HOESTOH, APRIL 1S02. BY SPECIAL & 8. M'. EXPRESS. A GLORIOUS VICTORY. V ^ 5000 Prisoners Taken! ^ ONK HUNDRED CANNON TAKEN. i,, Twenty Thousand Arm* Taken. CJKN. A. 8. JOHNSON KILLED. ETC., ETC., ETC. We bkve l>y the New Orieaes train this (Satur- day) morning, three day* later paper* contain- ing the following intelligence. The dispatches have full accounts of a great victory, but leave the second days contest still undecided. Let us hope for the best. EicuKONO, April, 6.—Reports of a heavy skir- mish near Yorkiown yesterday, isj confirmed by nn oflicical idisvatch. The general opinion is fighting will be renewed to-day. Nothing later recused thin morning, there was a collision on the Central Ruad last night. Three killed and thirty wwinded. Particulars not yet received. Mbmfhis. JAprll 0.—Last Friday night one of the enemy'a gunboats succeeded in passing Island No. 10, i* now at Madrid. Fighting commenced this morning at 5 o'clock, near Monterey. on the Tennessee river It w...

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

HOPSTOW, APRIL 1ft, 1862. Bf SPECIAL EXPRESS, Further iron the Great Battle, Mora of the Second Day's Fight. Etc** Etc., Etc* By the arrival of the New Orleans train at 10 Velook last (Monday) night, we have one days la- ter intelligence, from which we make up the fol- lowing summary. Our reports from the great bat- tle are still exceedingly meagre. 8peoiai to the Picayune. . Cokinth, Apri! 9.—Our rear guard is still near the field battle, trout of Mickey's house, Gen. Breck- inridge In command. ^ Thr. enemy's advance was attacked yesterday after- noon by Forest's and Wharton's ca^alray, which cap - tured * large number of pribO >ers, and drove the anemy back. Seventy four of the prisoners have just been brought In. Forest was wounded, and his son was killed. Our troops are ull in the highest spirit*, and quite ready, thy say, for another fi^ht. Van Dorn's reluforcements, of 20,000 men, are com- ing up. A part of them arrived last night. The advance of Gen. Hardee suffered most i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAP HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1C, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3508 VOL. XXVIII—NO. 15 PROCEEDINGS OP CITV COl'NCH' The Soldier1! wile BY SPECIAL EXPRESS* 1 SAT XiATSn. Further from the Great Battle More of the Second Day's Fight. * Cttn EICm Etci By the arrival of the New Orleans train at 10 o'clock laat (Sunday) night, we have one day* la- ter intelligence, from which we make up the fol- lowing summary. Our reports from the great bat- tle are siiii exceedingly meagre. Special to the Picayune. Comntii, April!).—Our rear guard U still near tne flelil of battle, iroi>t,ot Mickey's house, Gen. iJreca- iuTtdge In command. oft„r The enemy's advance was attacked yesterdaj■ aisrr- noon by Forest's and Wharton's <?avalray, wnlcn cap- tured a large number of pi doners, and drove me enemy back. - „ Seventy-four of'the prisoners have Jtist ueen brought In. ' Forest was wounded,and his son was kllle* Onr troops are all in the highest spirtU, anil quite ready, thy say, for artotherii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1862

Cri-Uffhlp Srltgrapl). iioistuk, TKXAB. E. H. CUBHING, Editor and Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1862 Notice in Advertliera. 1'(ie reirnUr a'lvertislnu of tbe Telegraph 1* hhm- r*mi«d "Bill fO'tlie' notice. Advertisements will be pnbitshed tn the Telegraph until 1 he regular *d- vertlsmg I- resumed, at 25 cent* per line for each u- JIT Letter* for Wharton's Regiment should *till be add re Med to Corinth. It /'There werij. twenty-three compariet for Carter's brigade in camp* on Monlay. JJTT* Moore's Regiment arrived at Corinth on the lit. as we learn from letter* reoelved yester- day. . > Kf We acknowledge the receiptor $23.95 from the tirlnclpal nn'l pupils of Bruio* Academy. (t MUllcan, fur the benefit of the Galveston Hospital. JET A Salute of 13 guns was fired by the Meob| ling battery on Academy Square, In this otty.on Monday noon, in honor of the Confederate vlc- orlea near Corinth. , 1 f Wo had the pleasure of meeting Brig* Gen. H. P. Bqe In town yesterday, just from the ...

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

HQgSTOS, APBIL 17, 1861 BT SPECIAL & 8. W. EXPRESS. (ten. W. T. Sbernan Killed. Reported Death of Gen. Buell. THE VIRGINIA AGAIN OUT* THUNDER EXPECTED. * ETC.* ETC*) 1 ETC. By the arrival of the N. O. train at half past 1 this morning, we have thi*ee days later intelligence We give the most important news, including all the dispatches. The report of tbe death of Baell is somewhat questionable. Wilmington, April 9.—Our pickets captured nine Yankees and killed three on Monday last, wttbin six miles of 8hep<rdvlllo,Ca' leret, county. Tbree have been brought In, three will arrive in a few hours and three have been carried to Kingston. Two of thoRe tbat arrived re slightly wounded. Capt. Booth's horse whs killed under him. We captured eight Springfield lifles. Richmond, Anril 9.—An official dispatch from Co- rihth have th Federals have been largely reinforced at Pittsburg. Beauregard carried out hts contem- plated plan and is now falling back to Oorlnth. We were enabled to carry o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1862

x '-A . {A*'. :,\£: 1 > BOM TKLBGKAPH =5=5 ■WHTOT, APRIL It, 184t, BT SPECIAL EXPRESS TWO DAYS LATER. LAim FROM COBIHTH. TBS BNBJH1T C ONCBNTR AT1N O • Casnaltfes «f Wharton's Bsgimnt. FIGHT AT FOHT JACKSON. ETC. By the N O. Irtln* which arrived at 9 P.M. Fri- day night, we hare two days later news. We give all the intelligence found in the papers. Special to the Picayune. Pom Pillow. April 14.—The enemy'* mortar* open - ed to-day. They hive now ceased. Li* s Farm. (M.tgruder's Headquarters,) April 12. I am well. Jenkins la killed. Dicks, Gregory and Harrington are wounded, but not dangerously. ~ CI1A8. £T FKNNER, • _ _ Captain Louisiana Guards. K Xhr. Fener. Richmond. April IS.—No news hare. There la occa- sional skirmish In* <n the Peninsula. and a battle Is believed to be Imm'nent. Atlanta, Apul 12.—An engine and three cars of the Western Atlantic Railroad were stolen by some un- known parties yesterday. The telegraph wire wa* also cut and taken. A IHpatch aays eight bridge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 April 1862

I J THE'TRI WEEKLY TEiEGRAPHI VOL. XXVIII—NO.* 15 BY SPECIAL EXPRESS, TWO DAYS LATER LAIElf* 7S0M COBIMTH THE BNKfliy CONCENTRATING. Caao&ltlM of Wbaiton's Eegiment By the N 0. train, which arrived at 9 P. M. Irl- day night, we ha e two day* later new . We give •11 the intelligence found la the p* ers. Spo lal io tbe Picayune. JVet I'iiaow, April U.—The enemy'* mortars open- ed to-di>v. They h ve now ceased. . ... Lie's Farm, (M grader'* Headquarters.) April 12. I am -rlT ie nine ie killed. Dicks, Gregory and Harrington are wounded, bu^){^J8<1,2g^iSsniJkr Captain Loulslapa Guaids. To Dr. Fenner. _ Kio icoifD. April 18,-No news here. There la occa- sional sklruilsbW on the Peninsula, and a battle Is Relieved to be Imm'nent. ... ... -Atlahta, Apiil IS — An engine and three cars of the Western Atlantic Ballroad were stolen by some un- known parties yesterday. The telegraph wire was also cat and taken. . . , A dispatch nays eight bridge burners, who stole our engine, have been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 April 1862

V Cri-UftMj Stlfgrapl). nOWtTiim, TKXAH. E. H. CU8HINQ, Editor and proprietor. MONDAY. .APRIL 21, 1862 -~<$r -r-^ Notion-to A«v*rtlisera. The regular Advertising of tb« Telegraph u hm*- i,ended until further notice. Adverttacuieriia will ly? published In the T'deiitapb "mil ihc regular ad- vertising Is resumed, at 24 cent* per line for each n- •"irtlou. TWO COSIPORITOBH WANTED. Apply at this office Immediate!*. DEATH OF CLINTON T Ell It If. , Clinton Terry, younger brother of the late Col. 11. F. Terry, wai wounded in the tight breast on the flrst day of the light at Shlloh church. lie was acting as aid to Col. Wharton, und received the wound on t!|e first charge of tho Regiment. He lingered till the ltth on which day ho died at 7 In the morning. Thus ha* passed away another of our bent citizens. A gallant and a true'fplrlt hag gone, leaving behind him hitter lamentations for the sad loss his death has nude, and still bitterer feelings towards tie miscre- ants that have made such...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 16 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1862 WHOLE NO. BY g, W. EXPRESS. XJATB XI. Nashville Reported Retaken! We have one day later news l>y the train yester- day. We give all the dlspstches : CnitiifTii. April 1«.—A gentleman orrlved In this plat* last night from loulsvllie. wbhh cliy ho loft at iheeiidofHaich. Hertports thaka great leaeilon i« taking place there, and that the people are rrady to revolt In large numbers, hud they but arms. He represents that there me no Federal troops In Kt-ntuckv. except a few hundred at Bardstown and llowllhg Green. He sii\h there are big, a thousand iro«p« nt Hickman, which can be iiullv taken. The Missouri (St. Louis) Republican, of the 10th, "intains Federal accounts of the late battle at Siiloh, which are greatly exaggerated, and Id ,ume respects not unamusing. The New York Herald's dispatch characterises it a* one of the greatest and blodiest battles re- corded in modern-history. and tstimates theKede- r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1862

I s Cri-Hfrkl9 Critjrajil). , ■ nOUfTOWi TK.XAB. ,^,.v • H. CTTSHING, Editor tad Proprietor. bNEBOAY, APRIL 23, 1862 -j=a- Vulire t<t AUv«rllnrrii. J regular Advertlslrg or the Telegraph 1 sus- Jf(i until further- notice. Advertisements will JCnbltstnd tt> tin- Telegraph "Utl! ihe regular ad- rtlslng in resnmed, at 25 cents per lloe for each n- ertton. ' ■ ■ . ) TTWO ( OiaP«NITOKH WANTED. fA|i|>lv at 'his 1ee Immediately. lTEKHV^ KKGIJtlKWX IN THE BATTLE OF KHIIiOH. care indebted to Sergeant Morris, of Terry'• nt, for a very g)od map of the battle '•<] of 8hiloli, and a nairative of the operations try' regiment in that memoruble field. We endeavor (o describe the map. From any map of ike 8'.ate of Alabama, or Mlsaisslpp i, space thirty miles square be drawn, embrae- the village °r Hamburg and Monterey, iTonnessee, Corinth, In Mississippi, and Bu*- ltinst, in Alabama. Mow take the Mem- rleston road as the base or hot- t d a north and sooth line pass- onally. It will be no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 April 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 17. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1862 • WHOLE NO. 3512 B¥ SPECIAL EXPREaS, important from Richmond. I]! I ? FREDRICK^BURG KVACUATBD. Bombardment or Fort Macon. Bombardment of Fort Jackson. CONFEilCTINU ACCOUNTS. Etc., Etc., Etc. The N. 0. train arrived Wednesday night at 10 o'clock, bringing tho N. O. papers of the 19th and 20th, from which we take the following intelligence: Wilmitoton, April 18.—Acrivate leMer of the 17t'i^rcm fort Macon,'says ihe en- em; attacked the fort last Saturday and have been fighting y^o days. Col. White sent out. part of his me& an the beaoh and found there 800 Yankees. They lulled 15 of our men. We then retreated to me fort,. Col. White opened fire upon them -with canister, killing a large number. The ene- my have built a battery two miles from the fort on the beaoh and planted mortars and Urge size siege gum. There are 11 large ships outside. The enemy have sent to Newbern for their gunboats to operate in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 April 1862

tri-UMltj Crlfgraptr. - HOtM'uni TKXA^. CU8HD7G, Editor and Propriator. E. H. # FRIDAY APRIL 25, 1862 Nailrt to «av«rihrri> Tt « reirutar Mvimtol' g of th* Tel**r*ph In u - until fo'tttW notlr*. Advt-rtlamrnis will be pBbtl ti< <4 In the "M^rraph ' BiH Una ragettr ad- vertising I* rwuHKJ, at 29 oui.U per tine fur cscb n- a rtw>n. TWO COHPOIIKTOBN WAWTKD. Apply at itiU tfflce Immediately. TUB CONfirKIFTlON ACT. TI.e c<>n < riot Ion act b«# 0<ootne a law. It pro- viso. a we Bp* already imbltthid. The det ll*of the 1, w lmv« not ytt reached u* ai d we cannot yet give them. From all that we cu hear, l.oirerer, we •re led to the crncln*U>n that the law wa* intended to reach aoma otl.er I tltade than Tex* , Luui-lana, Alub'acua and tiecrula. It waa dtrigued for UUtoa that huve t ot been rqna'ly forward In voluntet ring with ttoeae. Our people n u t not and annot receive It a* a reproach. The Uw bad to be seneial to be lu < partial. ftl.IH will, if enforced I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 April 1862

Interesting from Mempl t Through tho kindness of a tlio 'otters of Judge hove, of Calves*", who wirites trom Memphis, are show to us, and placed at our disposal. Theypru writ- ten with much sagacity, candor iJd public spirit, and arc perhaps as reliai« as any inti>rmatiou coming from the seal of war in r:n prudent reticence observed W our Gen- erals. We comiuend his observations to tin* reflection of every thouglpul man.— Under date of the lGtli, he sdty: 1 he last of 20,000 soldier* trom Van IJorn's army, will be here today. Some o: them are now at Corinth Four or five i< giments are organizing ho*'. Cen. Price 1 ,S.^".U! lll> tl) Corinth. Tan Peru and •Ml Tiiompson are expected here to-day. •^'itiie put their numbers an high as '35,000. Missouri and Arkansas are left to the mili- ' «« and guerillas, under Qeti. McDride. Beauregard Las made no movement Ciuce the battle of Shiloh. His forces have cot.siauily iuciensed. It uuiy be that ihe heavy rams which have fallen here m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 April 1862

ITJSHH OF IMTKUfcWT. Raymond, of the New Vork Time*, made Uk« of tb« following language on the 22d of Februar/. These 60 day propht t> are becoming too maoh like the Hillerite pro| bets of twenty years ago to excite more than ridicule.: Sixty days frcm this time, there will be nothing like a rebel Government in the Boutbcio SUtea that can rally to its tup- Sort any considerable nambtr ev«n of the onthern people. If they onn maintaio thcmoelTes for that time, I think I may quote the bight at military authority of the land for the opiniou that it w.ll be the only instance in history where, under eircum- stanees so adverse, that feat has been ac- complished. Surrounded on every side, . tbe heart of their resoutces broken, their own steps destroying them, what have they to fall baok upon, exoept the Gulf, which will envelop them e*«n sooner than if they stay where they are ! font Pillow,—Pert Pillow, where we are now encamped, is on the Tentxpfeee side of the Mississippi, ubout twent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 April 1862

10im TELEGRAPH , APRIL 26, IMS. •V SPECIAL EXPttifrM . TWO DAYS LATER Reported Plus the Enemy. •f ike BtviteNneai. KTO.t 15'ITC#,ETC. Tilt train arrived Saturday morung with two days later papers, from which we take the following intelligence * Special to the Picayune. Memphis, Apeil 21.—There to a repoit here, oo tbe authority of advioes frotn the Wes*, that the Federnl hoops from New Madrid are passing round by Cairo up the Tennessee river, to remf -roe Gram, to the number, it. to be'ieveti, ot 20.000 men. The Confederate prisoners captured at Island No. 10 have been taken North. It is reported her* that the Fedeial Gen- eral, Siogel, is dead, at Keitsville, pneumo- nia. „ Heavy rains have fallen here for the Inst four days. The country is flooded, and military movements ate held to be iuipos- bible. ' h *• ^ Corinth, April 31,1862.—All is quiet here, Nothiug from the front. The Cincinnati Gazette of the 14th gives full details of the battles of tho 6th ana 7th. It says that early...

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