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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 August 1882

cumbrances and hastened to the point of exit, intent on at least a change of prisons. On reporting to the commanding sergeant Ave learned that he had room for only one man more. Dick and I drow cuts for the chance. I won, and bidding him good-by, I took my place in the ranks. Almost im mediately the order "was given to move from the fctockade. "With impulses of joy -we saw the heavy wooden gates swing orteii, and with loud cheers that re-echoed from the re mainder of the prisoners we marched out. At every pace forward the air grew purer and purer. "We had become so accustomed to breathing a fetid atmosphere of death that the uueontaminated article seemed a positive luxury. On reaching the head quarters of Wira we were counted off for the second time, and were then guarded to the station and crowded into box cars, sixty men to a car, with two rebel soldiers on the in side and a pv'.rty of them on top. As soon as meagre rations for two days weie dealt out to us, the locomotive gave a ...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 August 1882

THE NATIONAL TKLBUNE: WASHIHG-TOSr, D. C, AUGUST 19, 18S2. 3 V i IV GRAND AEMY MATTERS. THE COMING REUNION OF UNION PRIS ONERS OF WAR IN NEW YORK. .Arrangements for tho Semi-Annual En campment in California GrowtU of the Order In Ohio New Post Organizations. Grand Army 2iotcs OFFICERS OF THE G. A, R, The following is a complete list of the officers elected by tho Grand Encampment at Ualti inoro: Commander-in-Chief. Path, Yandervookt, Omaha, Neb. Senior pice Commander-in-Chief. W. E. W. Boss, Baltimore, Md. Junior Vice Commander-in-Chief. I. S. Bangs, Watcrville, Me. Surgeon-General. Azel Ames," Jr., Wakefield, Mass, Clapla in-in- Ch ief. I. M. Fostek, Waterloo, N. Y. Rational Council of Administration. Thomas Tvrie. Me.; J. N. Patterson, N. H.; Warren Gibbs, Vt.; Silas A. Barton. Mass.; Thos. W. Manchester, II. I.; II. N. Durfey, Conn.; Joseph Forbes, N. Y.; A. M. Way, Is. J.; K. B. Beath, Penn.; Georgo V. Masscy, Del.; J. II. Suter, Md.; Paul Brodic, Potomac; B. C. Cook, Ya.; B. A....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 August 1882

THE NATIONAL TBrBUfcTE: WASIEEsTG-TOH, D. O., AUGUST 19, 1882. he Rational Tribune (Etasuhcd 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, To rtm mm h THC BATTtt, AK rOR wW AN OMllilil." . iMUMOLM. rit lo Ail-r4Mr;, IVtjmlilc in -Advance: ONE QOPY, ON YEAH hve cones - - - - $i.so - e. ONE COPY THREE MOMTH& - - - - 56 OWC COPY X MOKTH - - - 7 TEK COPJCa, Imtm cktim eov to octtcr-wp of cum.) -----. 12.5C A SPCCtMCi KUMSER f owt iwcn mt rcc on m wnr. TERMS FOR ADVCRTISttJG ?ur.NHm upon appucation. WTO SUBSCRIBERS When changinq YOUR ADORESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WEIL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. W-TAKE NOTICE. In sending money for subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter, a postal money order or a draft on new york is the best form of remittance." Losses by mail will be most surely avoided w these directions are followed. "is-no responsibility is assumed for sub scriptions paid to agents, which mu5v be at the risk of the subscriber. ifs- commu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 August 1882

r r - t 4 V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON", D. C, AUGUST 19, 1882. 5 THE MAR W EGYPT. DEPARTURE OF MORE BRITISH TROOPS FOR THE SCENE OF HOSTILITIES. Inspecting Arabi's Lines Baring Adventure of Tiro Lieutenants Deposing the Sultan The Khe dive's Grants or Authority to tho English. Progress or the Campaign. ti A cable dispatch from London, dated August 11, says: It was announced that Lieu tenant General Sir J. M. Adyo would command all tho land forces in Egypt until Licutenant-General Sir Garnet Wolseley arrived, and that Major Gcneral Sir A. Alison would shortly take over the post of Chief of tho Intelligence Depart ment for both tho British and the Indian con tingents. At a. council of war held in Alex andria, however, it was decided not to change tho command of tho forces. Major-General Alison will therefore retain his position. Tho main body of the British troops will remain on board tho transports until General "Wolseley arrives. This will leave General Wolseley free o effect...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 August 1882

"f &f!?$ FS "rz-$-r"' , --,!'-.. .. 6 A BRIDE'S WEDDING-DAY WARNING. "We're married, they tay, and you thjuk you have won me; "Well, take tliis white veil from uiy head nnd look on me; HcreV matter to vex you, and matter to grieve you, Jlerc's doubt to distrust you, and faith to believe you ; I am nil, as you sec, common enrtb, common dew ; Be wary. nd mould me to roses, not rue! Ah, shako out the filmy thine:, fold after fold, And sec if you have me to keep and to hold ; Look close on my heart, sec the worst of its sin ning. It is not your's to-day for the yesterday's winning, TIk pa.t is not mine I am too proud to borrow The future will tell us what shall be to-morrow. "We're married! I'm plighted to hold up your As the turf at your feet does its handful of daises; That way lies my honor, my pathway of pride, Hut mark you, if greener ras grow eithcr-ide, J -hall know it, and keeping the body with you, j-liall walk in my spirit with feet on the dew ! "We're married ! Oh, pray t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 August 1882

V - A. , j .THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 19, 18S2. 7 IMAGINARY" LOVING. Ah, very gentle, gracious, nnd gallant JIo seemed to be ! Ami, unreflecting, bIic, His pressing: suit was nothing loth to graut, They married, mooned, nnd moved From town to town, Then simmered down, And, naturally, each the other's folly proved. Then came distrust, debate, and e'en divorce The olden tale Of what avail Her tears, or his relapses of remorse. They met as strangers, sullen, satisfied That fate is fate. And always late Is lovo, when hearts have hearts denied. Thus ends my f-tory, as a summer song-, "Without encore ; There is no more; 'Tis better short than if 'twere over long. Rural Topics. CONDUCTED BY WILLIAM SAUNDERS, Washington, D. C. Correspondence Issolicitcd to this column. Com munications addressed to the Rural Department (of The National Trihune, C15 Fifteenth Street, Washington, D. C, will bo appreciated. , Feeding Eokses in Boston. The A mcr ican Cultivator has a careful...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 19 August 1882

OUR SOLDIERS' COLUM. A COMRADE THINKS THERE IS BRIGHTER DAY DAWNING. Another One of Hie Roys Sursrest.s The XatSonnl Trilmnc for Commander of the Korccs-Somo Comments ou our Southern Prison Sketches How i'naWcnt Lincoln Paid Off Hie Turner Rilles A Letter From a Veteran's Hoy. Pince vrc inaugurated the "Soldiers' Column" in ri!FNATioxAi.Ti:ir.rNn the number ofletten- from t'omrndcB all over the country has increased to rap illy that we are only able to puLliMi a limited mini Wt of them in full and extracts from others. Our rcadi rswill confer a favor, when corresponding for ll-i- department, by making their letters as concise : poible. Ixathe statements be brf and pointed, and we can then find room for a greater number, r.d thev will be all the more effective in the inter im of the mj! dier in Congrc.. J f convenient, write only on one side of the paper. A large number of letters remain over until next week. THE NEWSPAPER PAR EXCELLENCE. To the Editor National Tribune: 3 am an cx-so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 August 1882

f P-. ri..-jriggyf r "- . $ r r7jtS?.'?'J- i ., TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877 Whole No. 54. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 18S2. NEW SERIES. V01-- II, N"- 2. i MISSIONARY RIDGE. RAISING THE SIEGE OF CHATTANOOGA. CRUSHING DEFEAT OF BRAGG'S ARMY. The Union Army In Full Pursuit or the Itontcd Confederates Kentucky Loyal jreets Kentucky Jtcbcl Hoofcer Occupies Itinggold and Drives tko Confederate Kear-Gnard Through tho Gap in Taj-lor's Ilitlgo Sherznan Gathers Up a Force of S,000 Men and larches Against Long street, -,vho with 13,000 Men Has Laid Siege to Knoxville. V. Tlie crest of Missionary Ridge was carried and the confederate troops "driven from their works within an hour after the signal was given for the advance of the Army of the Cumberland, and before dark of that short November day Bragg's defeated army, most of it routed, was in full retreat through the Valley of the Chickamauga. Fort "Wood, Orchard. Knob, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 August 1882

.1' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 28, 1882. Sept. 26th. If history should he ransacked for the names of celebrated "prisoners, what a remarkable list would he presented. Uow mauy illustrious persons have known the pangs of captivity, though starvation may not have heen included among their suffer ings. Tasso, Cervantes, Mary Queen of Scots, Columbus, Captain John Smith of Virginia, John Bunyau, Napoleon 1, the Man of the Iron Mask, and even Cajsar, " the foremost man of all the world," tasted the bitterness or the inconveniences of captivity. There is no situation so vile and ignomini ous as tjiat of a prisoner. Men who are not lit to clean his hoots may order him about with arrogance and insult. Captain John .Smith was a prisoner among the Turks, and Cajsar was the captive of a band of pirates, and each was treated far better than we are. The fictitious incarceration of the Count of Monte Christo gave Duma's a theme, and I remember reading a touching poem by Mrs. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 August 1882

.) THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 26, 1882. h GRAND ARMY MATTERS. WHAT THE COMRADES ARE DOING THOUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. A Grand Reunion at Grand Island, Nebraska, to Continno a Week Distinguished Tisitors Ex pected A Sham Fteht in the Programme The Xeir Jersey Veterans Preparing to lhirainp at Sea Girt Early Xcxt 3Ionl!i Kapid Growth of the Order. Special Correspondence National Tribune. Grand Island, Neb., Aug. 20. All tlio ar rangements for the coming Reunion of veterans at this placo have been completed, and it is ex pected that the attendance will he very large. Tho celebration commences on tho 2cth inst., and will continue during tho week. An extra supply of tents has been obtained from tho Secretary of War, in addition to which an im mense circular tent has been erected by tho Grand Army organization, the whole affording accommodations for 50,000 persons. Reduced railway rates have been .secured, and the most extraordinary interest lias been aroused among tho sold...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 August 1882

J.- THE KATXOSTAIi TRIBUNE: WASHEO-TON, D. C, AUGUST' 26, 1882. pHE Matiohal Tribune (Estabiwcd 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. " T CAC PO Htfl WHO HAS DORNC THE DATTLC, AND FOA H(SavAOIHANS." AWWHAM LINCOLN. rurma io SUscriIors, Payable in Advance: (postage pactaid) OfE COPY, ONE YEAR FIVE COPIES $1.50 - 6.25 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - - - - 50 ONE COPY SSX MONTHS - - - - 7 TEN COPIES, (vwth extra copy to cettch-up of cum.) 12.5C A SPECIMEN NUMBER of our paper sent tree on re quest. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING furnish upon application. -Ki-TO SUBSCRIBERS When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE C1VE FORMER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. 4S-TAKE NOTICE In senoing money ron subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter. a postal money order or a draft on new York is the best form of remittance. Losses by mail will be most surely avoided If THESE directions are followed. Mr NO RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSUMED FOR SUB SCRIPTIONS PAID TO AGENTS, WHICH MUS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 August 1882

.) THE NATIONAL TBXBUNE: WASHING-TON", D. C, AUGUST 26, 1882. 5 t K FIGHTING W EGYPT. ARABI PACHA OPENS A MASKED BAT TERY ON GEN. WOOD. Skirmishing Alonij tlio Lino or llio 3IahmonuIeh Cannl TIio Khcclirc Yfntclics the Fight An Encasement at Shaluf The Hritish Victorious ami the Enemy Demoralized Arabi's Troops Kctiring Do Lessors Dines VfHU tho Ejjntian Dehel. A cable dispatch from Alexandria, dated tho 19th inst., says: Sis transports, with tho First division, under command of General Sir Gar net Wolseley, and two gunboats, left the port on Friday night, to take position outside tho harbor ready to start on Saturday morning. At 1:15 p. in. tho transports and tho ironclad licet were steaming eastward, in tho direc tion of Aboukir Bay. The warships had their topmasts lowered and their yards secured, with everything cleared ready for action. Generals Wolsolcy and Adyo accompanied tho transports in the dispatch-boat Salamis, and Admiral Sey mour hoisted his flag on tho ironclad Alexan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 August 1882

u 6 THE NATIONAL TEIBTJNB: WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 26, 1882. AT WAR. Through the larpc, stormy splendors of the night, "Whoa clouds made war, and spears of mooniight trove To jMuiotrntc their serried ranks and prove. That Mronger than the darkness was the light, Yet failed before the fctorm-cloud's gathering nn'Kht, I heard a voiee cry, " Strong indeed is Love, But Stronger Fate and Death, who hold abovo Tlieir pitiless high court in Love's despite." Storm-oloud met s-torm-cloud, reeled, and shook, and fled Tlio old earth trembled at their mighty raxe TiM suddenly, a lark Ming clear o'crhead, As if to share Ins joy he did engage All earth ami heaven ; and Wight's wild war was done, And Love and Morning triumph with the sun. TSB STORY OP A MODEL. WRIT! EN FOR THE NATIONAL TRIOUNC BY K. G. C. 'Married, by the Rev. , at tbe resi- , George fair bride is deuce of the bride's mother, in - to Fannie . The one of tbe loveliest daughters of tbe pretty little village of , and the groom one o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 August 1882

t . THE FATIOlTAi TKIBUHB: WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 26, 1S82. 7 k V i WORSHIP IN THE WOODS, How rich the embroidered carpet spread, On cither side the common way; Azure and purple, gold and red, IJusiCt and white, and green and gray, "With shades between, "Woven Avith light in looms unseen. The dandelion's disk of gold With ltistre deck the mcAdows green, Ami multiplied a million fold The daisy lights the verdant scene ; The blue mini's plumes Invite the bees to their perfumes. A wrinkled ribbon seems the road, Unspoolcd from the silent hills afar; ' Rest, like an angel, lifts the loud And in my path, lets down the bar, And here it brings A lease of life on healing wings. A summer leisure of the cloud That wanders with its trumpeter, The wind, is mine;. no wrangling crowd Annoys the humble worshiper In the white tent Beneath a listening firmament. Up-floating on the ambient air Sweet songs of taered nnfeic rise, And now n voice distinct in prayer, Like the lark's hymn, reaches the s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 26 August 1882

THE NATIONAL TBXBTJ2sTE: WASHEKTGTOISr, D. C., AUGUST 26, 1882. 8 OUB SGLDIE2S' COLUMN. VARIOUS INTERESTING TOPICS DIS CUSSED BY VETERANS. UooolIoctioiiP of the Tcrrllilo Struggle nt Antiotnm, September, JS62 Should Hie SoMter.s Have JJecn Paid for Their Ser vices in Gold. r its Equivalent 3Ioro Kind "Words for The National Tribune. ISincc-src Inaugurated the "Soldiers' Column" in rintlf atiosai. TKinront the nusnl er of letters from ."ommde all over the country lias increased so rap iillv that we n re only able to publish a limiteil niun Iwr of tnem in full ni extracts from others. Our raiders will confer a faor, when corre-ponding for tins department, by making tlicir letters as concise as possible. Lei the slntcnivntx be brief and pointed, iind we can then lind room for a greater number, and they will le all the more effective in the inter ests of Ihesoldier in Congrcsa. If convenient, write only on one side of the paper. A large number of letters remain over until next week. GRA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 September 1882

"TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877.-Whom: No. 55. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. NEW SERIES. V01" II, N- 3. BUMSIDE'S EXPEDITION. CAPTURE AND OCCUPATION OF ROAN OKE ISLAND. Concentration or tho Coast Division and Fleet of Vessels at Annapolis, aid. Rendezvous at Fortress Monroe Peril ous Voyage to Ilntleras Inlet A Fort night of Terrific Gales Capture of Roan oke Island, New Rerac, and Reaufort, After Some Hard Fighting. From tho personal narrative of Mnjor-Gcncml Burnside, rend before tho Rhode Island Soldiers and Sailors' Historical Society. The Soldiers and Sailors' Historical So ciety of Ehode Island publish in neat pamphlet form the papers relating to events in the war of the rebellion read before the society. These are personal narratives or events described by eye-witnesses, and are published by N. Bangs Williams & Co., of Providence. As Little Rhody distributed her regiments through the various armi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 September 1882

A f Vv ' ' s V- v -T- -w V 0 -. -- THE ' NifflfLONtAaL r- WVtfTnXGON, B.C., SEPTEMBER 2, 1882?. ':i -Vv. Lave Imt little more than indigenous barks and roots with "which to treat the numerous ib rms of disease to which our attention is daily called. For the tjhrcatmcnt of wounds ulcers, etc., we have lit rally nothing except water in our wards. S' jrnc of them are tilled with gangrene, and wo arc compelled to fold our arms and look quietly upon Its ravages, not even having stimulants to support the system under its dcp.essiug influence this article being so limit? u in supply that itan only be issued for caf.es under the knife. I would respectfully cull your earnest atten tion to the above -acts, in the hope that something may be done to alleviate the suf ferings of the sick." Nothing whatever was done. Thefollowiug is a portion of the testi mony of Surgeon I Sates: "The men would gather around me and ask me for a bone. I found the men, as n general thing, destitute, partly naked, s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 September 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHTNGTON, D. C, SBPTBMBEB 2, 1S82. Port Eoval ; Epli. Mattern, of Co. L, Pottsville ; Christian Erb, of Co. L, Crcssona ; Hugh Arm strong, of Co. K, Rawlinsvillo; I. M. Sigfriod, of Co. L, Denver, Lane co.; Adam DeYoung, of Co. F, St. Clair; Capt. John Schuyler, of Co. D, Lock Haven ; Lieut. Wm. McQuadc, quar termaster's department, Port Carbon ; Michael Fisher, of Co. K, Wernersvillo ; Henry Sigfried, of Co. L, Adamstown. ' The survivors were accompaniod to the- park t by the following members of other regiments : Abraham Heck, Ninety-third Pa. infantry, Fleetwood; Aniandon Ilaak, One Hundred and Fifty-first Pa. infantry, Fleetwood; James W. Zubor, battery M, Fifth U. S. artillory, Read ing ; H. Hultz, Co. K, Fifty-fourth Pa., Reading. At the park they were met by Congressman Ermentrout, who delivered a neat address of welcome, in which he referred to their many brave deeds on tho field of battle. Adjutant Steahlin responded. Immediately after the regiment w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 September 1882

A' 4 THE KATIONAI; TRIBUNE: WASHIN"GTO:N", D. C, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. ATIOIAL TRIBUHE m, (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED BVEHV SATURDAY TO CABC FOR HIM VHO HAS LOB.NE THE BATTLE, ANO FOB MIS Wt&Cvf AMD OfttHAH6." AcYAHAM LINCOLN. Terms to Subscribers, Payable in Advance: (postage pucpaid) ONE COPY, ONE YEAR FIVE COPIES " $1.50 -" G.25 ONE COPY THREE WOMTHS - 60 ONE COPY SIX MONTHS - 71 TEN COPIES, (VHTH EXTRA OOrY TO GETTGVUP OF CLUB,) ------- 12.5C A SPECIMEN NUMBER cf our FAPEa sent tree on n& CVCET. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING ruBNBHro upon application. -TO SUBSCRIBERS When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. u-TAK NOTICE. In sending money for subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter, a rostal money order or a draft on new York is the dest torm of remittance. Losses by mail will 3e most surely avoided lr these directions' are followed. sno responsibility is assumed for sub scriptions paid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 September 1882

t THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. THE WAR N EGYPT. GENERAL WOLSELEY ENGAGES THE ENEMY AT MAGFAR. Tho Principal TVorlc Devolving Upon the Cavalry and Artillery Disorganization of tho Egyptian Forces Terrllilo Suffer ings of Arabi's Followers Another Skir mish on Monday Tho Egyptians Again Iloutctl. A cablegram, dated London, August 25, says: Gen. Wolsclcy, in a dispatch to the war office, recounts an engagemont at Magfar on Thurs day, in which ho held his ground the whole day against 10,000 Egyptians. His forces numbered about 2,000 men. In his details Gen. Wolsclcy says: "I advanced before daybreak with tho household cavalry, two-horse artillery guns, thirty mounted infantry, one thousand men from the York and Lancaster regiment and tho marines. After some skirmishing I took pos session of the dam which tho enemy had con structed across the canal between tho villages of Magfar and Mahuta. During the operations the squadrons of tho honsehold cavalry charged...

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