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WMteMaf A R?fUlo?t)t four^afc* picture Of the the tiie the tiie battle at pittsburg. rattle at pittsburg. battle at pittsburg. 8ati lb at pittsburg. attle at pittsburg. battle at pittsburg. rattle at p1tt8hurg. battle at piti'sbuku. rattle at pittsburg. satti.k at pittsburg. e att lb at pittsburg. battle at pittsburg. battle at pittbbukq. battle at pittsburg. battle at pittsburg. battle at pittsburg. HAITI.* AT rrnHbUKU. h att lb at pittbbl) ho. batti.k at pitt8bukq. BAT I LB AT PlTTgBUKO. ALSO n?smrr. Cumberland, atttebod by ab ofllBBr as baara. The ylTT Caroedelet ruaim.c the rebel balterioa at Botaod N<> Id durmf a thmdrr aluiu., trout a ketch uy Mr. BMrafikoa ead More bead City, aketrbed by Mr. Sctael). Via* ?f Ibe eity vi Mewbera, R. C., captured by ibe taMapeai fm me. fiom a abetcli by Mr. H. hell. *5e hat lie of Wlat-baaler, eaeltbe.J by Mr. Porbea. IheteN of lAe rebel battery at ibe betUe of Wine better. Kaui mate. -ettea aad turpeubue, Ibe property of Bale* mi, from Ma* Prrbeadioe. Tea, from a afeetch by day Doueiaa, Cbieeaa, uaoA for rebel 01 leonera. CeauColonel P. J. Berpoo, NlolB Iowa Infantry. 9 M aien. Baa., Volunteer Muieooa baaru Ibe Maimer Obpt. a. B fortar, fourth Io?a eaealry. Br&dteo Beaeral J J feet, U. B. A. WMM of ibe M'eeleeifpi r.ter by Oen. foje'i army preBailie of J'uiobuig Lauding, akeiebcA by Mr. A BeCbi.ient of Ontae eat lore aithing the (tmeof a rebel Wery hetoer leleed Mo 10. MieMMppI near ahotched by f*t Heron from Ibe river. abeiebort by Mr. BchelL .,'ii, fiefciiWiu of Major General Pope, New Madrid. Bel Mag of Hodor over Ibe Hrer 1 rem. Ian ii ' Bride* w a, Va , Deeiroyed by the Re brie. Voided Mtateo treooe pontine tPtougb Wiiikeeter after ibe BmMo. obotrbod by Mi PUrbee. Be?Mi Captured at the Ha lie of Wtarhreaer. mUdnu Morvieeo io Co?iei ttruoebrk'e Brigade, General Mape i army. Aad other mioreei ni luelrawona BEMK -I HK.lt KbMKMItER rMMKMit MM I. 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Impreesive services were bold to-day la all ttm brlgadee. ' There la nothing sew to report Id regard to the enemy. N. P. BANKS, Major General. INTERESTING FROM FORTRESS MONROE, The Merrimac Still Lying Off Craney Island. SOB 18 SUPPOSED TO BE AGROUND. No Further Demonstration by the Rebel Gunboats, nr., Iti Bai.ttkom, April 13,1802. The Old Point lotter bridge nothing later than the de' patch of General Wool laet night, except that, as the Merrimac remained stationary off Sewall'a Point, it waa thought eho was aground. The letter-closes thus:? Four P. M-?The Merrimac still lies in the position she aasumcd early this morning. The other vessels of the rebol licet move about; but she remains quiet, and it is tho opinion of some that she is aground, as the tide is quite low; but this is only a matter of surmise. Five P. M.?The Merrimac still remains off Craney Island, and, from the cluster of tugs about her, It is pretty certain she is aground. The Suwanee came in this morning from Batteias. She brings no news. The Rhode Island, from Key West and the blockading squadrons in the Gulf, also came in this morning, and left again for New York. No news has transpired. WsmworON, April 18, 1802. A gentleman Just returned from Fortress Monroe describee the eeene on Friday, when the Merrimac earns down ae if to make an attack, as full of excitement, The housetops and casemates of the fortress were crowded with people anxiously watching the movement. When Lieutenant Jeffers, who waa oo the tower ef the Monitor, gave the order to the numerous steamers, schooners, sloops and other vessels in the vicinity to clear the Reads, as lbs armed vessels needed all the room for their operations, the scampering of the various craft is described as extremely ludtcroua. A report from General Wool to the Secretary of War at a*h a^lrwlr p If Stains tviaf mil wmui m fin*. The last despatch, received at half-past eight P. M., is to tbo following effect.? To Ho*. E. if. Btakto*, Secretary of War ? Tlia Mammae has not mad* bur appearance to-day. Her object, I think, is simply to prevent any interference with the reinforcements being sent from Norfolk to Yorktown. Two deserters came in last evening from the rebel camp, who reported constant reinforcements to the rebels from the dft-cction of Richmond end tho Rappahannock, JOHN E WOOL, Major General. THE WAR IN THE SOUTHWEST. Union Sentiment Among tlte People? Their Dcetltute and Suffering Condition?Condition of onr Wounded?A Cavalry Recounolsaance, die., Ac. 8r. Lorm, April 13, 1M2. | Tho correspondent of the St. Lome Democrat writes us follows ? Roca Hot.ss (KUi, Mo., April 6,1602. The advance gourd of our army, under General Ouster houae, encamped at this point last evening, having marched twenty nubs from their old camp at Crues Timber*. The people in tbie vicinity are mostly for tho Union. There being but three secessions is here on this road from casavillc to Fiat creek. I stopped with a good Union man last night, and found several of hie nrigh bore present, all aniioua to be infortued whether Our army waa going to leave them to the tender mercies of the secessionist*. They said no money could hire them to endure the constant annoyance enbmilted to last summer. They were obliged to leave their families and erope Buffering, and shelter themselves for weeks to gst out of the reach of the rebels. Bands of outlaws frequently cans down from Cover r/e, aad would rob Union man of everything in tb* bouse? blankets, bacon, he. If they naught the owner, he would he taken to Caaaville under a strong guard In consequence of the uncertainties of the future and the unsettled state of the country, thei* are but few making any preparations to put in crops. Farms are laid wast* and fences burned up along tb* road, and Union men are dlseuuraged. The rebels have mostly gone south, with thoir negroes stems Union men have not only abandoned the idea of making crops, but are getting theu wagons out' letendieg to forest* ail, and emigrate to a place of aafety Ttc wounded are doing we'l at Caret ills The court Uxrf. and ail tb* prominent stores are being used as boa p tale, it boing a fortunate circumstance for them that the owners of Site principal buildings havir.g stampeded the town. (Hi the 30th ultimo an evpeditma, consisting of cavalry and two nit t nia n hew liters, rer ocuciiercd the country about llamas ills At the loiter piece it was found that a foer* of re'el cavalry wb'tnwe intended to bag had ee* to good their retreat The gag f anted by General Curt.s at Riteeriil* was i futti *?aty tori down, but was recently brought m, and wt en last seen was boating over the Trovoei Marshals | ?lt .a at <arev.de. Car K?y West ton csiionilrnre. Km VPterr, April 2,1862 n<Kr> A?Arr.wW and JMfariuri of tU Xut t? iMiidk of J ituUnwU htuh, torty KiintH J'mn. iWonno k<oi*wiU <f< llw I'liM Htatee atoamrr Water Witeh, J ieutePAnt ?i .atni.ng larcu II llugt.ee, leaven thin afternoon for oo Feroandin* The Winer Witch jjoett Mi rth Coi repair*, m the in much out or ooodition. Thin e to be regretted, aa Captain II igbe* Mil hi* ?fOcerj are i an ! Mii/u* in the good cuM, Atid are much chagrined t bee tog Ik iaava the t.uif junt At the time wbeu active eperat.eea are commencing The Water Witch tiu been ? l Active der.ng I he pant year, and one of the moat e the ml ?e-a#ia in I ho aquodrcn May her officer* and tiew be cane'ened to a vrerei worthy of them. W ere the filling of the Mot aw k jreaterd.ij nothing of f* mt-'elbae tranapireo ipg 8n*on, ateamet he' rg ng te Kuiier e eepoditen, lien an ived from'flr.n" lf . *o,l rand ror Nh.|. fit. I, taking on bean! at the pert ti'vr a* .it inch aie?e hoe it/era regret'eaanmmee the do tth of Henry II li ,-h t- ret tompeny r. Forty oevonth regiment Conn rtee.iM Vein .Were, of typhoid fever Mo wee Ixn ted yeeteiday w,lh military t nora. being followed to ttui giAte by two I on, pan ire of hit. own regiment and iho two i..f jit , irpan ,.>e m w thapiai I te deuatil Itur h rut*oed In < ataeaytia, Pa Priannai Inlrlltgrnre. f,., rrei Marrey P own, 'ho dmling dnhe<| defender ,f |ork piekeoe . Myor Cem at Rorecran>, of tbn Mountain . part" *ot Br gedicr < merel Raton, fr m Port Royal, Pi * .4 r lienaral t). 0. leiry, of Connecticut, (recently appi. in led), anil t'otonel i ard. n, Lieutaiuuu Colonel (Jardn. t ' mutenanl i lone Vwhrid**, and Captain Ara** man, of the Rr.Heb Arm/ nf n W.vh ngton * 1 e .. 1 .% . . W YO NEW YORK, MONE TIH tICtC Of YORKTOWN. nlirmiftlbs wrra tie rebels. Til ADTAJCB If OPUUTIOVB. C?ylrtiam ?f Oca. McClcllaa'i Arraaicacatt. T%m lila md of tit* ft?H U C.Mr IWWW, April IS, 1M1 Oa Friday, wb to the Twelfth New York TeKmlrrn, .a Ntimu4 ef Major Berwom, were ea p?aet ia froal of Ibo cmbj i works near York rWrr, regiment of rebalo can* out from ?Car cover and ad reared a hoo of battle The Major rallied about Ibroo h iodradof bm aneu to roooiro tbem at mutket range, pouring iu a deadly a re of Minnie balls, when tbe rebels retired, (ear ng Ibelr dead and wounded, which they afterwards removed >a amoulamee. Later la the day the rvbela advanced in considerable force from nnotber point, driving in our entire pick>-ls, and burned n dwelling uned by the Union troops. During both these skirmishes we hod three men slightly wounded. The Fifty-seventh end Sixty-third Penrisylveii.e regl ments bad a brisk ikirmlib with the enemy on Friday, in which we had two men killed and four wounded. Killed?E. Croes, Company K,and James Thompson, Company A, both belonging to the Sixty third Pennsylvania regiment.. Wounded?Thomas Brooks, Company C,Sixty, third Pemnsyl van la; DR. Lynch, Company F,Sixty-third Fenneylvania; Sergeant Samuel Mervine, Company E, Ftfty-eeventb Penneylvania, and John Cochrane, Company F, Fifty seventh Penneylvania. A balloon was sent up from the rebel lines this morning for the first time. The weather still coclinote pleasant, much iinpioving the roads. The stem-wheel steamboat Wissahickon, of Philadelphia, while entering a creek yesterday, was flrcd upon by the rebel's water battery, one shot passing very clot? to ber cabin. Tncrewaa no firing of artillery yesterday by either parties of any momsnt. The army is busily occupied in pushing forward the necessary preparations for an advance. There are no Butlers here. The Quartermaster and Subsistence Departments are rapidly perfevting their arrangements to keep the army supplied with everything needful for lbs comfort of the troops. WaKBiM.row, April 19,1802. An intelligent observer who left the seene of operations front of York town late yesterday afternoon, end arrived here to-day, furnishea the laleet details from that region, where the moat terrible conflict on land and wa- ' ter is hourly expected. It is evident, from the movements of the rebel monster Merrimae, that it is not the intention to engage tbo Monitor end the ether vessels of Commodore Coldshoreugh'e fleet outside of the bar. It ir believed that the street <>f the rebels ts to draw the Monitor out of ber position, so es to enable the two relml ircn-tlftd steamers Jamestown and York town to past the blockade. The preparations of Cenerul MeClellon are vigorously fivAaasnteil Die w inilnha n m elnniilnsfl tkt\A kit urrhntfii tneiiti complete. The force of the uu ii>; Lm been rather underrated than overestimated. There <? reason to believe mat the rebelstrength ir over one hundred thousand, end tl.ut e large number of Ibe beet cannon in their pctaeemou ere in position, ami the rebel troop* there ere the beet drilled end the beet armed id the rebel eervice. Th< dege.ter* end prieouer* that Leve fallen into our line* are armed with improved nfl??. TUB HlfBKI. 6 EN KRAI. MAUKLTKlt B ORDER I OR PPHIOOR KIODTINO. [From Ibe Richinoud Hxi.mmcr ] KNaaet oamcu no 160. |]kaim'?ktkh* akmt or thr remiM ii, I Baktiujch R**i ii* March 111, 1802. j AU thi arrangrnmti hating brm mad* for thr. dfferc r of the peninsula end tho Commanding Crucial, vvtu'o troop* are gtationed at different point*, not having it in hi* |Kiwer to be at the same lime with each division of troop*, the following direction* arc giveu for to* gov ernmcQt of all, vi/. ? When any bedy of our troop*, large or email, meet with any body of the enemy'a troop*. however large, thr commanding officer of our troop* will cause the *emo to be Immediately attacked, and Ike rum wiU aiiru k at una, and furiously. Thia ia an order easily understood by officer* and men, and doubtlct-8 will be obeyed with alacrity by both. The atxivr inetructione are not intended for tboae who have special orders under certain nnmeit cirtum>tnnccs not to fight. P.y order of Major General MAGRL'DRR. John L>onnkli Smith, Acting Aid-de-Camp. The 'Wounded Ptnnsylvaniana. lUimitHi ko, AprillS, 1662. Arrangement* tofaclliuto the prompt removal to Ibila delpbia of *1) the rentisylvsniane wounded in the coming battle at York town baa been made, and Surgeon General Smitb, with extra surgeons and media*] atorca, will pro ceed to Fortress Monroe, ready to render any aid and aeeiatance, and remove the wounded to vessels conveyed to Baltimore, tbeoo' by rail to rblladolpbla. The rreeideot of the Bay Line of steamer* generously offered to convey the eurgeona, medical store* and wounded soldiers between Fortress Monroe and Balti. more free of charge. The plan of removing Our wounded soldiers was practically <arried out at Winchester. The result is a strong evidence of its utility and humanity. The credit for originality is duo Co Governor Curlin. Similar ao Iiod ie being taken by tbe executive officere of otber States. FROM QEN. FREMONT'S DEPARTMENT. Skirmish with the Rebels?Tliey are Pat to Plight with Considerable Lose?Gallant Condact off the Union Soldiers, die. Wmnai.vn,Ye , April 18,1862. To Hon F M fttivrov, Secretary cf War:? A despatch jntl received from General Milroy, at Men lorey, under date of yesterday, stales ss follow*; ? The rebels, about no thousand strong, with cavalry companies and two pieces of artillery^ attacked my picks In this morning, nbout ten o'clock, and drove them mine two toilet 1 rent out reinforcements eonsirtiog'of two companies of the Seventy-fifth Ohio, two companies cf the Second Virgnla, two coinpnnieg of the Thirty second Ohio, one gun of tapbno Hyman's battery, and one company of cavnlry, all under Mnjor Webster." The skirmishing wan brisk for a short tiuiobi.t the rebate were put to flight w th connHjeruble leer. The casualties on our eide were three men of the Seventy-fifth badly wounded The men believed nohly. J C FRI.MONT, M^Jor General Commanding Wurau*o, April 13, Intelligence hue jost arrived that transportation, long elnoe asked for thm departmont, bus at last been ordered; also that reinforcements under General* Rleuker aie coming?when and what number is not stated. A telegram from General Schenck, district of Cumberland, gives a rumor that the rebel General Jackson hoe oidired his Green Brier force, four thousand, to Moorfle'd, not yet in sight General Mllroy, at Ffonterey, reports organized bands Of thieves end murderers, under commissions from Kx Govsrnor lAtchsr, id that vk ituly, and bis prompt tnsaKurri to edsrmlnAts tbcm. tlsuaralCox ssnds encouraging news from th? Kanawha but f|<Mk? of bottomlsss roadsand nvrrsover (lit l>.v anil a weak of larriflo storms From Oen. ?)?lel<U' Division. Kiwsmjnn, Va., April 13, 18?a A review of tun whold division has been ma Is by Gsnoral Shields, who rode in a carriage, with his stair, an,id tlis most enlhusiastin applauas of the soldiers, Tns appearance of the whole command was qttllo notios Ms RE H >AY, APRIL 14, 1862. IMPORTANT FROM THE WEST INDIES, triikk IMauhlpi at teraatt *Hk nun tores for the Southern Rebel*?At oval of a* Intention to Ron the Blockade -The British Fleet and Dockyard?tad Result cf Ike English Expedition to Hexieo, he., kc.
_______ 11m steamship Baltic, J. J. Co ma lock, commander, arrived yesterday at this port from a cruiso, in seareb of um missing United Staiaa atop Vermout. Kbe learned at Bermuda that the Vermont was In good eoMtittoo and had proceeded on her way to Port Royal. TIM steamers Bermuda and Herald, under English colors, were loading at Bermuda for Nassau,or to run the btuekade at some Soul hern rebel port. The cargo for the steamers Nung brought from Knglaod In sailing vessels, and there transferred to steamers, one of wbieb had lately left that port. The authorities at Bermuda being under the impression that the Baltic was an armed ship, notice was served upon l??r io depart in twenty-four hours. The Baltic brings twelve seamen from the lost ship Ocean Monarch, received at Bermuda from the schooner O. H. Boom. Oir Btrmnda Correspondence. Bt. (isoRncf, Bermuda, April 0,1862. A riml of the British Strainers Bermuda and Herald loaded with .Wilv'a.y 8to es, Wailing to Bun the J>loekad>.?Open Avowal of the Intention?Arrival of the Steamship Baltic? Drive to Hamilton?Visit to the Govrrnor?Sail to the Dork Yard?JoUu Tart lf^tl to Use britisk Gunboat Landrail?Belum "iof (Ac Bni/fish fleet from Mexiro with Yellow fever on Board, <Cc.,<te. W:tbiU two wvekp pa-.t two Urilish Btoumore, tlie Bermuda and the Herald, have arrived at this port, loaded with military stores, which it ie the intention to run into a Southern port. The thing is perfectly understood and openly avowed in the streets of St. Georges. It has already been twice successfully accomplished by the Bermuda. The authorities here arc perfectly cognizant of it, But they cannot interfere, till, no! ^ On Monday afternoon (the 7th) the telegraph an. nounoed the arrival in the oiling of a large American war steamer. The little town of St. Georges was directly on iho gut viie. K was currently reported and generally believed that the Nuehville had arrived, and great was the excitement thereat. The town ie full of American secessionists; they swarm at every hotel and boarding house. The American Consul shortly boarded the newly arrived steamer, and learned that it was no rover of the seas, no sneaking piratical craft, skulking in and out of harbors to sink, barn and destroy > having first plundered defenceless and helpless merchantmen; but the brave old steamer Baltic, on an errand of mercy, In search of the missing line of battle, ship Vermont. The Baltic had left Xew York on the 24th of March, and during the whale interval had been searching the Atlantic,as far eastward as tbeffiOtb degree of to:-, gitudo.and had carefully examined an area of 60,000 square miles, keeping a man at ?be" foremast head all day, and sending up rockets frequently at night. Had spoken soany vessels,only one of which, a Scotch bark from Dundee .reported having seen a large vessel .disabled, about sixty miles to the notbward of where the Baltic then was. She proceeded immediately to the spot indicated, but found no traces. Tbo British gunboat 1-andrail, from Kew York,arrived here on the 31et, and reported having seen two men of-war, apparently a hne-of-battlesblp or a frigate, about sixty miles to the northward, hot of that, novnpver, more anon. Ill nest morn Inc. that model atenmuliin irmmundcr and prince or good fellows, Captain Joe Corn stock, accompanied by hie surgoon and purser, came to ?t. Georgae. At tbe time of hie arrival there won drawn up on the tittle plot of ground of about a half acre in ex. tent, dignified wilb the name < f Plaxa, a detachment oi the Thirty-ninth Hntish Hilar, try, an a guard of btnor f-r General Somebody, who had just arrived in the eteamer f;< in Halifax and woe thon expected on there. ] looked with curkouM eye* at liieae specimens of Hntmh red coate. The men were genet ally of good height , but their fact' ?ere without intelligence, and had the peculiar Knglish etolidity of expression. Neither in morale nor p/ty.u/iic were they equal to our crack legimenta of volun locrx Hut cvory particla of steel and brass abont their arms and equipments shone like a nuiror. Their holts were pipe clayed to a most bJaotlful whilonets. In thete rtxpccla they eel an example worthy of imitation. The regimental colors were on the ground, faded and torn, hearing the names of many a battle held?Albnera, the Pyrenees, and I know not how many besides. The whole male population of the village hail tumid out to witness the parade, and formed au assembly of loafers, of all shades and colors, vary like what may be seen hi a militia muster in the States, with a considerable sprinkling of females of all hues, from cieiim to ebony. Alter some ddliciilty and delay, wc suc<?oded in luring a "teaui ' to convey us to Hamilton, some twelve miles distant rlc "team' consisted of a decayed and seedy loosing Knglish phaeton, a small but good puir of horses, aud negro driver. Driving through the eireets of St. wMMB?so nnirow as to admit only the |nui.-Ape of a single vehicle? ntipaved and without sidewulks, wc emerged upon a beautiful macadamized toad, as smooth as a floor, over which we bowled rapidly al-iog, having the ecu generally in view upon both a.dcs. The surface of the island- is broken and irregular, v, about any high ranges of bills. The soil is generally thin and poor, lying opou a substratum of volcanic rocks, which frequently crop out on the surface. Thin rock is of a porous, spongy texture, no soft as to be easily sawed into blocks and slabs, with which the bouses are built and locfed. Tlicy are then coated with cement, and whitewashed, roof and ail. Tbesa brilliantly whito bonsea scattered about iiniwrt to the landscape a gay uuu ineeriui j iic onus ?r? mviuou uy stone walls, laid up loosely with fragments of this seme vol nit ruck. No herds of cattle browsing, nor flock* of sheep give life or variety to the landscape. <>?? mortally a tar red looking oow, tethered to the hid ride, eoemed hardly able to And graaa enough to keep the breath of life iu ber. ?*<a*tonally, io tbu valleys, there are fertile spots where luxuriant > rope of potatoes aad oniuoe, the staple productions of Bermuda, w.erc growing. The only tree grow mg naturally no the islands is a dwarfish kind of cedar, not attaining a height gene rally of more than twenty or thirty feet. In the gardena re earn occasionally tig trees, banana and other trace of tropical growth (iccaaionally, about the bouses,aa or nnmrntal tree*, were rowaof palmcttoee, always to my eye an unsightly object now, a* the accursed emblem of Recession, doubly hideous. The wont or dock* and herd* gives e lonely aspect to the landscape, heightened by the absence of travellers or vehicle* of any descripl ion. During our whole ride from St fleorge* to Hamilton, g< mg and returning, a distant r of twenty Avo tnrice, we did not meet 01 (?s* on the road a single veh.rle of any dercriptloo, iior man cr wtmun m horseback, uor * arroly S foot passenger ,*ave oc< asuceliy a slatternly looking negro woman gou-g or returning front market. A most remarkably feature m the scenery * the wondorful transparency <>f the water It is as blue as the ?ky andalmnet us clear aa the air. Boat* lo<>kju> if au* ponded in mid el Iter Ton c ot see under as plainly as uver Uk>iu Asortof lish pond,or lather Unk.onlhe rpatiMdo which wo left our carnage la a?w, wee a curiosity. li was a kind of natural bowl cr excavation about forty feel in diameter, end front twenty to thirty feet deep, fed by underground i tunnels from the s?w. and w iilumt any apparent miiei, the w?tn rartngaad flatting Willi lliv tide You could rn .Jearly toe ui>nul?lnl<j*i I on Uie bottom?only tlte pebbles and oye>et simile wl.sh lOvered'il, Heeti.ed transmuted int. pear a an.I d>aMM>'idr II eeenicl an IF ib world be ilalli i..im M bathe in these crvetal waters but tbo lrmp. ral.ira was uomatin g y low, ami bcaulee we had no time to a pair A ilrlve of tliraa miles bfOughtVie to HI liar rgaw Fsny connection arroa* an ami of iim eon the eland of el (leorge with tbatnf Bo mnda The feuy h<?i < a anno carry ing lint roe vebe le at a lima, propelled sometimes by oar* nod sometimes worked orer by i line >tra ' uu across-tho distance being only about a hundred jar'dr Tli is foi in a tbo only mad ...in of roune i ?o ld.au iU? islands except by email boats,and (enflrme my pre* mas remark on tbo email number of r el.H.ee o.< l n tar n n the road Ilia ai'paarnnco of II.a Irland of Her mods a aee barren thnaHl lieorgcs, With more gardens no I n. ianuiiieri .e Balds of potntoee and onions Mount I angton .the country rocdsnra of it* (iodernor 18 on the Island or Bermuda, a littla od Ireui the mam road between Htjlieorges and lie mil ten, the cbief lawn of tbo Inland, and but a abort dietanca from the laita' Wo called to pav our roapecla, ami. hat nig raal up awr tarda were epeailily admitted to an audism.v Marry n t'eorge Ord, Governor and Co in mend r. n I. af, V ta Admiral Ac., Ac.. la ao Ki^lishtnsn, about forty At# yen re of ago, tall and well formed, w lb dark hair, inuatacho and whisker* At mifiMtrr. of a commanding pretence, With a face and lined indicative of marked ability, firmness and Intelligence of digo.ftcd and com laoua manners?a mill aee.tied of bla p?* 'ion ami feel log perfectly otpinl to It The burlhene of ,ffl<a do m.l tea tit to elt heavily upon the' overmir, n . uoae ho ee. n woru out with rilling over the 11,OoO |h> ..'a which..n etltute the population of iho island* are "ad aa ha le by a council and legislative aernnibly. Me receive* in component Ion for Ins nrdnoua ib.s>?e ll.e nlcn HUM an in of 126.000 par annum, bet u* a town aad country rssltMB.?, a etn.no yacht, Ac Thus dean the British government, ever true to ila arialoc.ratio inetincie, compensate lb. .a petty colonial governors. Reaenn?Tliey a.a kept aa Snug and comfortable lierths fi r tho jutrurb; n. he* aristocratic fauullaa the "petted and curie.! dat 'ttgw,*' ERA] whila to the poor Idier who fljrht* her batik* she doles uut the peltry pittance of fourteen pence a day. The gubernatorial leeiJruce la epacwus and coinl'orlable, without pretentions to elegance surrounded by broad and deep verandah*. The interior wo# m plain an pneettile, and tbe furniture of *he office resembled that o' a cm utry attorney. The i nly eicptuna were two splendid engravings of Victoria and Albert, with an inscription on tlie frame* In .heating that Ihey bad been presented by hi* Royal lli^hneae I'rinco Alfred on b e recent visit. After a few miuiileH eon vernation in reference principally to the missing ebip, w# look our laave. A short drive brought us to Hamilton, the larffMl l/>?n An ilia island aiwl a vary pretty village, with briUnutiy white houses. It bu one long street, lacing the barber, on which most ?f the shops are situated. A number of small vessels lying at the wharf indicated a considerable amount of traffic. We took passage here on a Mil boat, tvhich plies ? a sort of mail packet between H nnilton ami the Dockyard, carrying passengers and despatches. The skipper waa a white man called Stove, who, with two ebony colored negroes, constituted the crew. We had for fellow pax.angers about a dozen tnan-of-wur s men, who hid been ashore on liberty aid were decidedly "jolly." TUoy weie all very good natured, except one truculent follow who had had his nose bitten off in eome previous drunken fray. He was quarrelsome in hie cups, and inclined to make some hostile demonstrations; but his comrades hushed him. They had bottles ot "Old Tom ' with them, of which thoy t?ok frequent po lataius in which they would insist on everybocy joining them. Fortunately our criusc was very short, and m half anhourlwe were nlongs.de their vessel But already "Old Tom'' had boon ho potent that aeveial < ( them had to he. dragged up the gangway by mr>,n force. We succeeded after a me trouble in nndiug tlie I.-mdruil, the fciigliah gmibout which was reported to have seen the Vermont. The captain of the 1 anurat: nut b-ung on board, wd asked fop the. officer 01 the deck, wliuu a smooth faced youth, probably a pa. .ml midshipman, porting an astOQlsJring amountof gold <vit<hvli in, with a double handful of lockets and ainuleis attached, presented himself. His hands were thruEt into th lowest deploy cj Jus trouset sockets. Altogether lie u.vs suub Insb, very." Tho following dialogue occurred ? CaptainC.?"Will you be kind enough to give ino any information you havo respecting tho Vermont." Young (lent.?" Well,aw, aw,upon my w unlaw, we vli 4 aw, sec two vessels, but really J aw, was not on die k at the time, und really 1 aw, do not know much about it." This was highly satisfactory, to be sure. Captain C. bogged to sec tho officer who whs on deck at the time. Tho Sailing Muster was sent tor, who appeared to understand himself, aud told us that on Sunday, Mrch 31. when about sixty miles to the north, and vvct-i of I'.ei muda, thoy had seen two large vessels, evidently a frigate &ud ship of the hue, but thoy were too far oii lu make out their colors. There seems good reason to believe thoy were the Vermont and Sabine, aud th,.t Hie Vermont is safo. We gpcui now a few moments in looking about tho dockyard. The works are cxteusivo, including a mag Iiiiuccni urvHwiivr, uuiii ui giumiu urcuuui. ir<w iu? Stales, forlitlcaiious, slot chouse*, hOrVOtfcs, ki-. I'lV# cue hundred-gun screw ships wne lyiug hern, besides a dozen or more smallci vessels, frigates, cor vol Us an.l gunboats?a pretty con siderubie navy of itself? and all, or nearly all, steamers. Of lliis immense force, a portion wan the Kugliab c m t urgent of the allied Heel operating against Mexico, ihey bad encountered at Vera Cruz an enemy far more terrible tbau the guns of San Juan d'I'lloa, and which rsu.-ed their sudden dispersion. Tlio yellow fever w as raging at Veracruz,and had broken out among the Kreueli ami English men-of-war. 'lho Sans pared, one of the one hundred gun ships, had had forty cases on board, and it was not'contlned to this ship by any means. But it was getting late in the day,and Captain C. was impatient to rejoin bis ship. We returned to our packet boat, but "Steve"' was nowhere to be found. We dcs|>atcbod a messenger after him, but still ".Steve" was rum inventus, it was already five o'clock, and we bad ordered dinner iu Hamilton at four. At last "Steve" did come, and about six o'clock we reached Hamilton. Our dinner,ordered at four, bad still to be cooked. When at last It did come, we were four very H ngry men, and not at all fastidious; but 1 must aay the house, and everytbiugabout it, including the landlady, indicated either a great scarcity of soap or else a lamentable indifference to ite use. We had a moonlight ride back tc St.George's, where wo arrived about nino o'clock, a little fatigued, but highly gratified with tb# day's adventures. The now erop of potatoes is coming in finely. They are already well grown and arc delicious eat tag. Tin Bermudians, however, cannot alf rd to eat their owl potatoes. Ihey send them to New York, whets thoy art worth at this season throe or four dollars a bushel; whll< New York potatoes ran bo bought io Bermuda for abou seventy.five ends. Bermuda thinks it-has the be>-i u lho bargain. THE BATTLE OF PITTSBURG LANDING Arrivals of "Wounded from the Battl< Field?The Report of General Prentiss K scape Incorrect, Ac., die. JjMisviLio, April 13,1SB2. The steamer Minnehaha arrived here to-day with abou two hundred and forty wounded from Pittsburg Lauding whereof one-fourth are rebels. A woundod oTicer reports that George W. Johnson Provisional Governor of Kentucky, bad his horse sho underbim on Sunday, whilenciingon Breckinridge's stall and was himself killed on Monday, when lighting ii Steele's company of the Fourth Kentucky (rebel) re gimeut. Caiho, April 12,1802. The steamer Woodford, from Pitlshurg, arrived heri to-day, v.th two hundred to three hundred prisoner: from that place. She also brought down the body o General Wallace. The report that General I'rentiss had escaped 1: untrue. AFFAIRS AT THE STATE CAPITAL Mayor Opdyke Before the Committee or the Health Bill?The Amendments Suggested by Him?A Family Quarrel ill the Republican Party?Concert Saloons?Reorganization of the Militia, &?., Ac., Ac. a hunt, April 12,1802. Mayor Opdyke appeared before the Senate committal lltia morning on tho Health bill. He did not believe it the Metropolitan system, although he waa willing to yieli that point if others considered it necessary. Ho earners as ths representative of the city,and coosid--re< that he waa authorised to speak for them, and be woulslate that the people desired that the Mayors of thtwo cities should he placed on the commiasion, in th< piu-e of^tbe two Police Commlationars. The Mayon were elected by the people, and ha conaiderec Hint it would be more satisfactory to the people to piact the Mayors on the Health Commiaaion instead o; the rolice Commissioners. It waa urgad that tba tani tary aquah were to discharge the duties of inspection Ac., and tbtrefore it was necessary that tha Pol isCommitslonera should be named in the commission; bui ha held that the duties required by the sanitary squad oi [- lice could be accomplished Just as well by the Mayor oi commission ordering It through the Police Commission ers as in any othar way. This change in the eotoinis lion waa tha .only one mads by Mr. Opdyke. Olhe; paritM wero be fort Hit committee to bt beard. Furtbfi beating wat put down fur tint afternoon, and Mill an olbar for Monday afieruoOr. llio fatt of this bill it considered doubtful. The friendi do not feel rtry tanguiue, nor do tbt opponenti txprtti any great c-nfluenit in ita defeat. As the matter now need* it it In a peculiar petition, and "object to a erott lira fr?m the repiihtiean party. and la llkety to fall be twron ttie two (atl ton*. The Seward and Morgan brand; ol tut party are for tht Health bill aa P Meruit the radical# or barnburner republican! are age met it nnltee amended -oaa to take in thair gtdt of lU Houaa. Tbt*a it, In other worda, to uee a worn out eiprsrOH>o, an irrepreneiblo coodiof" between the tar? Wtnga ?-f the party over tbt health of your city. It It developing a decidedly unhappy family, excelling that ol tha b 'ti'V and aoft* in the old democratic party. The luter nal elements "f the re go l-l lean ramp ar? in a eotnmotion. Where it will nod no prrenw at prnaant can tell; but the dtithn?tntt that are bang made promtee to be de.l dediy rub Ibe dirty hoen of (be party la daily being exhibited, and there >a certainly already a great deal ! Mdeore showing a uaglev.1 of doty oo the pari of the washerwomen ?>( the parly, and that a?nte lyatam of pe> t> tannery awaagenieula it needed The Contort Sahwn bill p?"?e<l the Uioiee to day and aa taken l lb?' Satiate, aod tht auiendinenfs concurred in by that body. The bill to rtaHhfilae tht Slate tnditla wat contidvred M (ouiiiiiiira it Hit Whole in the Senate prog ret* raffled , and made the apertnl order tor ueit Monday avmMt. Nearly nil the morning eeamon of the Houae wan taken np in (bird rending of hole The Apportionment bill wan taken from the utile and the report of tha committee agreed to Ao ttbtl wan made to make It a R| tcial older. but the motion wat lont. A motion wa? aleo made to meke the t'aneonger and (taggage bill a ?necial order, end that, too, wot loel. Pavid Hwtley Field wat before tht Onmmlttaa on the Health bill tbw afternoon. He lock the annie ponitlon at that aeaumeit by Mayor Opdyke in the morning, and wm?d ta i ouai tar it beat to liava Iba bill drreatad unlaw the Mayors of the two cltien ortniponotl thet'otnmirilon. He tike wiee argued that the bill legelired the Hack ley contract. and eneild c*n?e a great dral of litigation. The ad mm of th e hill mem to look upon ilio coorm of M.iyor Opdyke m coming up here at the elev nth hem and oppoeing tho lull, with somo ttrprlM, especially ?e hm moot intimate friondt and supporter* lievc hereto lore been the laading advocate* of a meaaitre of that kind Further atguuirni will bo bad on Monday a.torMew L P. PRICE TWO CENTS. Withdrawal of the Rebels from Fredericksburg. Their Reported Retirement to Rich* mond and ?orktown. DESPATCH PROM GEN. McDOWELL, Ac., Ac., Ac. WiCHivoton, April 13, ma The follow log dctpalcn baa boon reoairoU from Ma|o? Geuaral Mcl'owoll:? Cjtti rt'a SriTiOJ, Va., April 18,1848. RAn C U iw... Aii intelligent negro ban just come in from Stafford county,and mji bis master returned this morning from Fred.rlckshtrg to hut bome in Richmond, and told biff wife, in (lie negro's presence, 11*1 all the enemy's troopg had left Fredericksburg for Richmond and YorktowB) the Ik-l ?,f tlicm leaving on Saturday morning. Tbie bal juat been continued by another negro. * 1RVIN JI< DOWKIX, Major General. NEWS FROM PORT ROYAL. Health of our Troops In Georgia. Heath Carolina and Plorldn. The In.ted Slal't steam transport Parkc-rtburg. Captain ll^tTiuan, arrived on Saturday night from Port Roykl sailing tbciice the 7ih list. She furni?l.i'e no further Mitel Igem e. She brings the mails and fourteen pa"neogers. Annexed are ibeir nanu s ? Captain ll-iry Payne, of Seventy sixth Pennsylvania regiment; lewis J. Kate, Mailer's Mate, V. S. A.j I.u ntenant M< tcalf, of First Connecticut Light Battery; II. C. t'nirman, of Quartermaster's Staff at Port Royal; Mr. Jame* Tanner, and nine in steerage. QEKtiUL 0?1>KH IN ItF.KERKVcR TO 8AN1TAMY HI* caitiows. uukijul cantRs?so. 6. lienor en raw PvpaoTStorr ov rtni form, 1 Jin u s Haan, I'oai HotAi.S. C., April 7,1802. J I. TboMa/jr tieuerul commanding desires to call the attention of all oSicere and men in this department to tba paramount necessity of obrerving rules for tbe pre" servaiiou of health during tbe prarm months upon wbieb are tiu\ n n?ar entered. There la less to he apprehended 1 f cm battle than from disease, the records of alleampalgtis In rhmates such as this shoaring many more vies lima to the neglect of sanitary precautions than to the skill, endursere or courage of the enemy. With proper care exercised, end certain simple rules of bygoino observed, the hardy soldiers of the I'nton, inured te Mil and fortified by habitsef Industry, temperance and clenn" liucss, Ijave nothing to fear from the climate of the department in which it ie (heir privilege to servo. Daring our war with Mexico the soldiers of Mew England, the Northwestern and Miaow miki, and tnc adopted cut* icq serving in oar army, suffired far Wm from tho dig execs incident to a semi tropical climate than iiwm)^ | diers from the Stataa embraced in this department.? i Though not m well accuaiemed to exeetsiv* beat, the! r physical energiee bad been more ftilly developed by heb. , its of steady industry, and their conetltntkma presented i greater natural ebstecles to the lareada of malaria. 1 Anxious that the men of ble command may be preserved ' in the full enjoyment of health to the servioo of the , Union, and that only tboee who can Wave behind them | the proud epitaph of having fallen on the bat tie held in dercnce of their country shall foil to return to their homes and evocations on the termination of tble unholy rebellion, the Major tieueial commending, in conformity , with Hie excellent advice of Surgeon George E. Cooper, United States Army, Medical Director of the Department, hereby establishes the following rules for the sanitary B government of all tlio troops at present serving, or ' hereafter to servo, in Georgia, South Carolina and fieri, dn, and will hold all oil iters having ths charge ot camps or ports to a strict responsibility for their enforcement;? it II. Care will be takon in the selection of camping grounds to avoid as much as possible the vicinity of ma" larious morussesor swamps; and the teuta, in so far as practicable, are to be faced to the south. Each camp i, w ill lio thoroughly policed twice each day, morning and , evening, and all garbage or refuse matter will be collected and buried In theeinks. ill. Each tent will be screened or covered st the top n and halfway down the f idea with an arbor of brushwood or palm leaves; and shall be floored whenever lumber can be procured, at an elevation of about three Inches from llie ground. When this cannot be dooe, each soldier will have s bunk raised eighteen inches from ths d ground on side poles, supimrtcd by forked sticks. All . ipwrterma^isrs, to the extent of their ability, will furuit-h barrel ataves to be plan-d across these side poles. ' and will issue the necessary lumber on receipt of proper requisitions. J\. Tenia will be struck at leaat three tunss each week, nnd every article of boddiugand slothiog taken out aud aired, the flooring and biu.ks to be thoroughly ? lean?e<l before the tenia are re erected. On the days en vv i i i?*. h tint tfnlft gri fit it ilruek tli? xidfit will hii riifl?4 uuil kept rai-ed lor the purpose of ventilation, and during the night* fro* ventilation will bo secured by having tbo centre MiB in rear <>f tbo tent o|>ono<t for tbo space at two foot, ami kept open by tbo insertion of a forked stick. An officer of each company will inspect tbo tenia of bin men Lightly, except during stormy weather, to see tbat this important provision in carried out. V. Sinks of the proper size, screened with brushwood or palmetto brauches, shall bo sunk at suitable dtstaaooo on different sides of each camp, and tbo bottoms of those will bo covered each rooming with a layer of sand or clay about a foot thick. It will be tbe duty of the camp police to see that only tbo sluka on the loo side of the camp are used. VI. Frooh meat is to bo Issued as often aa practicable, and commanding officers, while near the seacoast or any plecoa of water In which fish exist, should encourage such of their men aa are off duty or not otherw ise employed to ash during tbe cool Hours of tbe morning and evening, not later ibau nine A. M. In tbo morning and not oarllar than six V. M. in tbo evening. In 0 ooaroity of fresh moat those troops In tbo most exposed and enhealthy situations art to be first served?the troops Sta1 tionod in the batteries on the Savannah river, for Ini stauco; end to all troops so placed a largo share of vage. tables, in addition to tho ordinary rations, should 00 1 sent. VII. Vegetables, frssh or prepared, must bo issued frequently to all the troops, and an extra Isauo of coffee furnished to the msn on guard during the night, )u*t 1 previous to tholr being marched to their respective eta1 Hons. The Chief Commissary of liepartment will eee f that the estimates and rsquiaitions necessary to fulfil these requirements are forwarded to tbo t'ommiasarr Uener.il without delay, and will report to these headquarters any failure of brigade or regime tal commissaries to make duo requisition for tbo suppl.es of the trou)* under their sbargc, iu contormity with the teriuf of tbig order. r VIII. Breakfast will be ready for the men aa eoosi m they leave tbeir louts, which must not bo until aftor sunrise. Except when immediately in face of tbe eurniy, or whrii estieclally ordered by tbe commanding " officer, iovetl'e will not ho soundod until Uulf au hour 9 after sun.-ise, by which time the sun's heat will have absorbed the minima of the night dews. All tbo men w ill be furnished wltp straw hats, and will be required to bathe or wash tboraseiv. i thoroughly al leant twiee e?ch week and change their iindorciolhlng once a week, > or ofteuer if practicable. Tbe lialr and beard will be I kept closely trimmed: and sentry boxes of lumber or 1 small shaiie arbors of brushwood will be erected at all ' points where sentries are permanently a tain Bed. All soldiers on nlgnt picket or sentry duty will no provided 1 wi:h India rubber ponchos. ' IX. I'll* pro|?r cooking of provision! Is a matter of groat Importance, mure especially in tbm climate, but lias not yet received from a majority of the oiiicora in our volunteer service that attenticn which is paid to it 1 in the regular army of the United States and by the armies of Kurope. Hereafter, an officer of each company * will be detailed to superintend tba cooking of provisions, taking care toat nil lood prepared for (he soldiers is sufllcietitly cooked, aud that the n eats are boiled er roeeled. not fried. With a little oaro bestowed on this point, and the advantages both to health and comfort of good cookn i"g oiplained to the men, much good may he etfected. X. All soldiers on duty In diatriets eepocially main rloua, or on unavoidable fatigue duty daring the hot hours of the day, should ho given qulnlus in prophylaotle doses, each dn^e condoned with half a gill of whiskey. very night and m-rulng The certificate* of regimental surgeons will he requisite to cover such issue*. OtQcere of the medical staff will see that the provisions of this order are compiled with, end will promptly report any failure or neglect to the senior officers of the commends they ai serving with, and to the medical director of this department. fty command or Major General I). HUNTER, rims. U Hat riss, Assistant Adjutant General. fvw at tnr. Noam.?A gentleman who has Just ret rntd loom the vicinity of Bellows' Palls, says the enow thare is rully three feet deep, and in moot irficee us ftaves are covered, with the exception of kiga eiakrs. The snow ie crushed so hard that teams nan go up. II I any where except in the woods. The main roa.lt w? * almoatimpsssable, the saow upon the track worn d? ti quite to the ground in many places while opon Suck si e It lies three or four feet deep. Tnernt thbe m ath the snow Is hut little irozon, having been covered * all winter The prospect for tlio sugar crop is cons* quently not vary encouraging. * fr