Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 3, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 3, 1864 Page 1
Text content (automatically generated)

THE NEW YORK WHOLB NO. 10J.82. . NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST HERALD 3, 1864. PRICE THREE CENTS. GRANT. Review of the Operations on Saturday Last. Our Losses In the Assault on the Rebel Works. A Flag of Truce Prevailing on Monday. TU Dead Buried and the Wouded Cared For* The Interview Between the President and Gen. Grant. Iimortd Change in the Command of the Army of the Potomac, At* &8? *?. THE HERALD DESPATCHES. ?i. S. Cadwitllttdcr'i Ue?patch> City Powr, August 1, 180-1. A BltlKF REVfSW or R1K.VNT oH.RiTIO.N8. 't%s mult of reccnt military operations here can be recorded. We transferred Uaucock's lufautry ?berldan'a cavalry to the north ImuIe of the J a mm a few daya ago, and captured four place* of artil tary and ? few prisoners aud stands of colors. The ene *ere deceived into believing this ? real attack upon fessbmoud. and sent fully twentydve thousand men from fatersbiTg throu^i. R en mood to tbat vicinity. Hancock ?as withdrawn under cover o darkness on Friday night, gBd his whole corps moved, bv a forced march, to the >etarsburg front, In Bumside's rear, before day Saturday morning. At ten minutes before tlve Mm mitt exploded, blowing the rebol fort to atoms and aaguiflng between one and two hundred of the Twenty ?aooad South Carolina regiment In its blackened, smok yawning debris. But few of this number escaped. 4a assault was subsequently made, which succeeded In awrying a light line of breastworks in rear of the fcrt. The assaulting column attempted to^atorm the only asasaintng line, on the crest of the hill, a fow rods further ?, aad wero bloodily and terribly repulaed. The negro tegmenta In front literally ran over the white troops In toatar rear In their frantic attempts to en cape. We ocoupy l? day substantially tbt same ground that we did tbe Impart of ?tt week. Owing to the Importance attached to the matter by the fN? and people of the North, Justice requires I he aUte taat that no pro.ect ever promised more favorablo re Every ooticelvnbis precautionary measure wss > to insure suoceas, and officers are alike surprised asd mortified at oar failure to carry the enemy's entire toe, and possess ouraslvea of Petersburg. Ms moving of Hancook aad Sheridan to Deep Bottom wm nothing but a feint to deceive tbe eoemy and oover war raal deeigus. For tbla purpose both infantry and ?miry wore marched eeross from Petersburg to Deep Cm by day light, to afford tbe rebels an opportunity of verlng the movetneut. Nearly all the transports Ma of the army was called In requisition for a day or twe, and mi las on miles of six-male teams and army wagoua were marching lAao same direction? but Ml aaioaried. It aucoaeded to tbe extent of causing Lee la Uans sr a large number of troop* ? variously eetimaled ? from twenty to thirty thousand? from Petersburg to ad, with the utmoet baate. Be clearly believed a etdable attempt on Richmond waa Intended, from the side. Ibis delusion was kept up uotll tbe laat ante, and on Friday Bight EUoocck withdrew, and by a march pluced himself wlthlo supporting diatanoe ef Buro?lde by daylight. I thua far all tbs combinations proved fanltleae. Our army wae under arms, and a majority of four i were Is line of battle wttbla a mile of tbe mine i H exploded. It was believed then that the rebel roroe to Pater- burg wus a weak one. It la now known to have Mmbered only three divtsioos. The deeti uctlon of the Mtai fort waaoomplete; tbe surprise of tbe rebela par tial Why their frigtitencd and flying troops were'nnt Vlforooaly pursued, presaed and routed Immediately gtoar the explosion of tbe mine, snd before they bad time to recover from the panic and resist our onset, may vail be asked, bat Is not so easily snawered. Many i are not easily dedncible; many others are very able. The affilr In question tarn tabes many of i classes, and tbe record of tbta a(Ta-r will never be i till tbe muzz e of military authority Is removed eientious corresi>on dents. THE 8LCOXO CORPS. Mx. VUUy Aadcrsoa'i Oespstek. Cixr Boors PniRHnrao, 1 July 31? Evening. J ? Ssoona corps has not been engaged to-day In any at lone wntcn require to be particularly meat toned. MOTr'S vi \ won uliy bold tbe right of the general army Una tbla of tbe Appomattox during tbe recent aesault by atUe after tbe exploelon of bis mine, and Hane'?k fcad tbe remainder of the corps in position ready to lof tow ap any practical and permanent advantage that MgM bavo been gained by tbe troopa assigned to take pert la that assault. OSMRSt. MILES to temporarily in oom round of the First division during ?hs abssnoe of General Bartow, wbo baa gone nouie for a tow days tor tbe purpose of burying his wlfs. The i load which tbe gallant young general and sa sx i circle of frlenda in social life have sustained by death of Mrs. Barlow Is largely chared by tbe sol> i of this army. 8bs smoothed tbe dying pillow of ay patriotic soldiers beiore she received the sum aa to fellow them herself; and many a surviving hero a baa languiahed in army hospitals will tender:? sb the memory of her saintly mioist ratlins whss wsre wrlthiqg with the pain of wounds received In i or lost in tbe delirium of noaauming fevers. ooLovst sutrn. Muring tbs temporary absence of Major General Olb Ma, wm M away on acoount of a ckn sa, the command tt toe Beoond divlalon devolves (lb On loo el t>mylli, wbo a Mi ant senior officer In that division. owsrsai. hasoock's ramsass. ffea recent operations of the 8eoood corpa and Slier I ton's eavalry on tbe aortb sids of tbs James river bsve aHMtod antvcrssl admiration. One of tbe noblest trsits to Bannock's cb iraoter la a die poa It Ion to render honor to Wfeaas boaor is doe. It gives him pleasure to eneoumge totoalnl snd aealous officers who are ui>d<>r Mas, sad to promptly recognize tbe ssrvtoes at daaervlng soldiers in svsry wsy be can. Honor, attsr Oaaeral Meade oongratulatod blm and his command Mpaa (beauoooeees tbey had gained, Hancock, who. on tbe fldi la person, had ordered the et arge whiob secured the #aaa, issued aa order, which hns been announced this aaealcg, traoaWrlng ibe honor to those who were more atossly eonoerned in tbe affair. "While all tbe troops," fee says, uwbo sustained tba arduous taarohe* are d?aerv toff ef praise, the following organisations seem to merit particular mention ?Tba Fifth New H?mnab)ra, Twenty alffbtb Massachusetts, use Hundred and Eighty-third ^aunsylvaiiM. and Twenty.slstb Mirbisaa Volunteers, ' Colonel I.yoob, cf tbe One Hnndred snd RUbty< Ird PoniPj-lvatiiS, sll from Ge>n?r?l lilies' b .gid' ?st.tutinii part ef the skirmish lino of General 't*r. r*a Ai??smo_ for tbeir saii? >trv in tba capture of tbe soemy's battery cm tha saornlng c? Ike 17th, and Um skirmish lln* of General de Trobrland's brigade of 8?<nl Holt's division? particularly Ma Ninety- ninth and One Hundred and Teeth Penney Ivanla Voluateere? for goad oonduol and bravery la ihoir eevere act loo on tha right of tba battery; aad the Twenty-sixth Michigan Volunteere for gallantry ;ia Um reooouolasanee oa the 28th." In continuation, be aays "the spirit exhibited by lb? oomnaad shows that tbey ara dstermlned to main tain ILa high reputation they have heretofore acquired f and ha oouoludas with tha promlae that "tbe Major Gaa arai commanding will not be uumindtul of the servloea of Individual officers, or soldiers, or organ izatlous, and will reward ihtm to Um extent of his power." TOE FIFTH CORPS. - Mr. Xj. A. Headrlek'i Despatch*!. UsaixjciHirjta, Frvra Arm* Cokvs, > Baron* lJKrak&ucaa, July 30 ? J V. H. J CNu.tuia> urr r or Awrxaa. When I sect away my despatch this morning every thing waa working swimmingly for our side, Two hours later, and tha ense waa very dlliereut. Burnslde's forces, who hud occupied an advance line of the rebel works, who had seized four standi of oolors from the enemy, who bad planted tho Stars and Stripes ofl rebel grout.d, attempted a further advacce. In their compact battle lines they pressed forward. An enfilading Arc was poured into their ranks. Hundreds loll dead before that terrible tire; bjudreda turned Uaok panic stricken and of Umse who still preyed forward few returned. They were the enemy a prisoners. OUK MUM OCCUPI/.D TUi P1R9T LtlfG .VK.13LY AS HOCB boforo attempt ng the second chargo. 1 stood where I could see the whole affair? tbo ttrst ndvauce, the planting of our colors on the eaemy's rami) vis, the second ad v-.nce, tho destruction of ll'.a that followed, the rout, the oapture of prisoners. It was a terrible F6verse, a great and grim cloud suddenly obscuring onr bright fortunes. But yet the eannonallus continued. At ten o'clock H oe-tsed. Our m n occupied the ground they held in tba morning. The great attack had ended in k repulse Various reasons are assigned for the result. In the first place It Is said that following the explosion of tbe mine there was too long a delay In getting the ad vancing column iu position. I am told that one of tbe generals leading tho advancing oolumn has since re marked thit iu this do! ?y the golden opportunity for viotory was lost. It Is farther alleged that negro troops engaged In tbe charge crestcd the stami ede. It will not bo long before the entire truth is known, and It is possi ble, and it certainly i a to be hoped, tbut when all tbe fuels are developed they will present the case more lavcrably than ah 1 have stated it THK FIrTH COHP8* OPSR*TIO?a. General Ay rot ' and Gcieral Cutler's divisions of this corps were in position to Join the charging columns, and expected to do so. Had tbey Joined In the charge It is possible that the day's fortune would have resulted dif lercntly. We hear all sorts of storios of MARVKLLOCS HCAI'OS FROM THE SXPLOKON. A rebel oilicer is said to have been blown two hundred I eet loto the air and come do*rn Inside our lines without a scratch or bruise. But I leave all those incidenta? a statement of our losses, the probable number of rebels killed by tho explosion, the regiments they belong to, and tbe subsequent escape of some of our captured, including two brigadier gener.Us? to your Ninth corps correspond ent, to whom the writing of these facts more legitimately belongs. What I have written came mainly under my own observation. TUB KKHLLfc' TRKATMFJIT OP TBI KKGRO TROOPS. Bot there Is this further fact I have seen, and hnn dreds of othei s have seen it: the bayoneting and shooting iu cold blood our wounded negro troope In front of tbe enemy's works. Audit waa painful further to see tbe mangled piles of our dead fronting these works? at I oast five uundred in number. They still lay there ; at least tbey bad not been removed at dark. It ia not Im probable there are many wounded among them whose lives could be saved could we reach them. ddmko tux ca.isoxainxa tbe batteries ot the Fifth corps did splendid execution. There was very little musketry firing. Msjor Fitabugh. of Colonel Walowrlght's staff, chief of corpa artillery, wa* wounded by a sharpshooter while superintending tbe working of tbe batteries on the lelt ot our lino. Bis wound Is only slight. Tbe enemy 's batteries in onr froot did not respond very vigorously. OUR 10K3H In oonrequtnee are very slight. The fbliowlag Ust em braces sll the casualties la tbe oorps:? ^ KilUd. Sergeant Henry J. Katn, K. 19th Indiana. George W. Ueeka, E. 7tb lndiaua. Wounded. Major Fitzhugh. Colonel Wmnwright's staff. Adjutant EL A Campbell, Ttb Wisconsin, back. Jacob 1 wlner. K, flih Wisconsin, abdomen. Jutiu I aitb. A, 7th Wisconsin, arm. fc. t inster water, G, 6tili- I'ei nsylvania, arm. W. 8. Morton, F, Till Indiana, shoulder. A J. Tucker , p. 7lb Indiana arm. Richard AMms.U. 3d l<eiaw*re, arm. John 1'airlck. 1), 7th ludmna, back. t.eorget lark, C, 7tb Indiana, luce. John Vlayora. C, 7th Iudmnt, neck. Wm. rt. .Smith, l>, ifc.itb 1 enusy iv?nla, foot. Corporal K. I'. .??loUuaid.fc., 3^d Maeaacuueetts, leg. John H. Br ck.btn Mesescbuseita O liery, loot. Jacob lieves. K, l?lh Michigan, arm. Lieut. Geo Wright, B, em New York heavy ert?y,?>eek. Corp. H. J. Wheiston, 1>, Mtb-i nited Steles Inf'iy.kuee. M, Green, L, lain New York heavy uriiltery, leg. Kergi. August kox,4th Maaattchuseiis battery, shoulder. Mllo H. Kelton, M. Oih New York eeavy artillery, arm. A. J. Warivourt, B, Otb New York heavy arti fcsry. bead. Eugene Duffy, A, Otb New York heavy artillery, neck, casitoa and MOsxaiNT rial so. About two o'clock ibis afternooo eoone eannonadlng and musketry tiring look place on Uurnatda's Iront, last ing abuMi half an hour. Beyond this it baa been very qulel since the morning bombardment. Except slight skirmishing by our picket*, aad an oocaeioaal cannon, it baa been very quiet to-night. DR. OHAMHBRI^IIt, Bnrgeon-ln Chlef of tbe Fourth division, waa relieved to day and ordered to laKa charge of tbe new government bmpltai at Worcester, Masa. U? removal from a field of tauor where be baa beea eminently uaeful and popular la greatly regretted. He la succeeded by Dr . Geo. Derby , late medial iaepector to General Butler's department, a gentMuian w bo brings a One repulitiou with bias for in dustry and high pr> fessional ability. lo-dav has lieor one of tbe hottest of the season, and ibe Bight's temperature la but a alight Improvement aa tbe day. HasiKirAHisas, Fttth Aut Corps, 1 Brruas PnsMnnsa. July 81, 1864. ) Yesterdsys KWHUit oouilnues to be the absorbing sub lect oi conversation and oomiusDl. 1 am compel led to ?ay that, while tbe prevailing opinion eeta down tbe aOatr M a sad r? pul.-e, there are many a ho claim that every thing waa accotni>li-ho<i thai w?e expected or ialaufled. The fact Ibat there no gtneitl charge along tbe entire Hue snows sonir Vaais for tnJs view of the case. When the purpor* of tbe aeeaull ts known It may possi bly be transformed into a victory. The failure, bow over, If fello e It wae, is -"till asuntted to Tllk SKORO Tinxtrs. Their ?ub?P'juetit demor ilU-tk>o la said to tiavs been such thai It look their otllcers all day yesterday and ail ?l?bt I eat ntghl to get Uieiu back into tbe Ueacbea again. Learning ho? iheir wounded oemradea were shot down In oold bl i>d may have bad aemelhtog to do w ih their demoralhvioo. It la aeid, furthermore, that ibe oaptured were ?? O.ertfd to terrible barbarities; and rumor bas It, although l crutot vouch for Its oorrectnees, that two eec?t ed wl.o^i torgues hnd been cut off In connection with lilts story of allegrd demorallialion Joa lice eompela It u> be adued tb.i no troopa ever mado a finer cbatge tb?o met ma le by ike colore*! troops on tbe enemy's first lae direotly following the mine explo. I ton. It Istr-Mlbey fell bark alter the second charge, but it Is also true that In no cbsrge made In tble war beve troop* been nurter such a severe aad murdaruue ex plodlag fire of musketry and shrapnel. tns nSHST utS-ts. Bebel des?rters, of ? hem there bsvs beea some lo day , as ibere are every d*y, and as then* would be still more If tbey could get ew?y, say that tho enemy wea besy sll Blgbt burying bis dead. Their statements make out the rebel losses much heavier tbaa wsa supposed? fully two thousand at least billed, wounded and prisoner*. Our owa dead are still uaburled. tss ruu os terra. Whl'e I wea near Geusrsl Cutler's hasi.jnsrtsre this a'ternofn? whoee ftvtama la on me left of <.ener*l Purii side's corpa? an nC'.ocr with a Q>g sf truce advanced in front Of tlw letter's tins, as I afterwards ascertained, ie lu.vks eorae ari aasemei.l about Ua bin tal ot anr dead. Tbe ?Demy reft mm to rsoognlxs tbe flag, II to possible that ths refusal waa Iba result of aoma in for mall 17. SKlirBAL SAITKS. Gsoeral Baxter, 00m maud log the Second brigade, Third 1 division, is quite III, bat not daagsruusiy so, and baa baaa obliged to go to the boepltai. Expectlug a battle IB wblob bia brlgide wou d bo engaged, he remained with bja oommaud aa long an tie bad atrengtb to do ao. CAPTAIN UBOKUK A. BATCH! LDXB, ordnance officer of tbe First dlviaion, waa today granted leave of abeeuoe lor twenty* day a, on aooount of severe Indisposition, oaused by close aad unremitting attention to his arduoua dutlea. Although three years in active eery Ice, and moat of this time tilling bia present responsible poalitoo, he baa never been abaenl from a march or battle. Caiiulu P. F. Vason, Twenty-second Massachusetts, an accomplished and reliable officer, fills bia place in his absence. cupTAiM a a vaoohaa, late of the Third Vermont battery, Ninth corps, having bean recently appointed commissary of subsistence, bus been assigned to the Tblrd brigade, First dlviaion, of tbla corps. Bo brings wub him a reputation for daring and fidelity aa an offloor, giving assurance that bia assignment to tbla oorpa Is a w no and judicious one. tail PAYMASTER AMI) TBS WRATHSB* Some paymasters have arrived, and U-day commence paylug thu troopn of this corps, l'lielr visit, aa It usually Is, and oh la particularly tbe case now, It being bo long slnco tbelr last visit, ia a welcome one. Tbe duy , as regards demonstrations In our front, has been a very quiet one, such aa we like to have on Sun< day, although we rarely, experience it. The woalhor continues pxccedin?iy hot. the sisth corps. DUi jai, C. FltzpatrlcK'a Despatch. Ninth Army Corps, 1 Bbtorb Pktkrsbuho, August 1? A. 11- J The only noteworthy InciUeut which haa transpired since the late fight waa X FLAG OF TRCCB, which Geueral Burnslde sent to tbe anemy yesterday with a view to recovering tbe wouuded and burying tbe dead lying between tbe lines, and wham it had been tm possible to approach owing to tbe continued firing. Major Lydlg, ol the General's stalf, with Burgeon Hogan, Medi cal Director of tbe First division, and Burgeon White, of the Fifty-seventh Massachusetts, accompanied tbe flag. After some little signalling the rebels acknowledged and came forward to meet it. Tue officers who met it wore tbo uniform ? one of a colonel, the otber of a captaiu. Tbey refused, hovt over, to give tbelr n-imes l'be com indication was received and forwarded by tbem to tbe authority with wbom tbo power rests; but no answer has aa yet been received. O ir officers sought permission to succor tbo wouuded while waiting, und it was grunted. Accordingly the poor lellows, who bad been lying on tbe ground nearly twenty- four hours ? a portion of tbe time in the blazing sun ? wore given each a drink of brandy and water. Tbe orator of tbe mined fort was plainly in view ; but tbe reb?ls refused to allow any approach to It, and tbe wounded near it were sup plied by the rebels themselves. Tbo agonies of the wounded were awful. Unable to move, not daring to tn?ke even a signal, lost It would attract an unfriendly bullet, tboy bad lain twenty-four hours witbout food or water, lhe two past days have been tbe warmest, aa yet, of this summer, and they were subjected to the morciltrss rays of a scorching sun. Tne dead presented a Bickering sight. There were both white men and ne groes, but now It Is difficult to distinguish tbom apart. Their bodies were* swollen and bloated, and tbelr (aces bluclcened by tbe sun* About twenty living and one hundred and fifty dead are lying between tbe Hues. Up to the present time no answer haa been received. Tbe signal agreed upon ror the an nouuoemeut of an answer by the enemy was tbe display Id the daytime of a whits llag, or at night the blast of a bugle in front of their works. Oar officers and those who received them conversed for some time together, aud through this moans we learn tbat QEXBBAL BARTLEIT Is unhurt , but a prisoner. His wooden foot was shattered by b ball, precluding tbe possibility of walking, and wheo captured be bad to be borne away on a stretcher. An Incident Is rslated of bim wblle with his brigade In the iroat. A rebel offloer, wbo had boldly pushed lor ward to the crater, attacked Major Gregg, of tbo Forty filth Pennsylvania, and after a short contest waa run throngb by tbe Major, wbo then found blmseir unable to disengage bis sword, lbe General bad been a witness of the reneoturt, and, now unbuckling bis own sword, sald>? ??Mere, Major, take my sword; you know bow to use It." Colossi Marshall, Fourteenth New York, to also a pris oner, and unhurt. oub ion. A sew estimate places our loss at not lees than three thousand, of wbom one thousand tbreo Jiundred are pris oners. Tbe rebels claim to have oaptured lourteea (lags Tbe Fifty sevootb Massachusetts roglmeut sufiered more tnan any otber, and Is now under command a t Lieutenant Doty, wbo four days ago was a sergeant. He Is now tbe only ooinmiHstoneJ ofl'.cer with tbe command. Tbe Fourth Rhode Island and Thirty-first and Thirty-second Maine wers almost entirely captured. Dr. Vicksrs, assistant surgeon of the Flltieth Pennsylvania, was wounded ss vorsly In the leg. ivuonoMS. Our whits troops nu.i if eel groat Indignation at the conduct of tbo colored dlv.sion In thu fighting on Satur day, while no little sur; ri?,e is f*U thM no demonstration was mads by tbe iniaatrv elsewhere on the line, and tbat tbe supporting corps in oar rear was n<>t thrown In to our relief. Aa for tne uegrof, It Is pretty generally ccuv oorled tbat ins ordeal to wbicb thiy were subjected was too terrlbis for raw troo >s , and be it remembered tbat this Is tbe first regular eugagemaot of this body. Raw troops bavs sufficient enthusiasm to carry tbem through a charge; bat for steady, deliberate fighting experienced troopn are required. What would have been the oousequeoos had the negro troopn been assignsd to tbe beedot tbe oolumn, with tbe otyect of car rying the first lino, wblis the whits troops were fresh to sttaek Interior lines, It Is now Impossible to say; but certainly such a disposition or ths troops would appear to be more prudsot. Tbe repulse la only the more galling since ws know that the town In tbo morning waa held by Beauregard's eorps only, oonslsttng of Hoks's, John ston's and ons other division, Longjtreot's corps bad gono to repel the movement of Hancock and Footer from Deep Bottom. Tbe policy of withdrawing tbo corps la opsn day is also bitterly discussed by our offiosra Ths enemy , In their opinion , could have been kept at bay nniil nighttime by oar men In the line or works wblob tbey oarrled in ths morning, and which oar englnsars bad as- do defensible rrom this side No advantage was gained br ths rebels until our troops oomasacsd falling back. nr. Wbi, H. seiner's Despatch. Fostrbbs Momtos, Auguit 1, 1914 tvh rattls anroRB pbtmsrcro, 00 the 90th ultimo, of which lull aooounts have bssn sent to the H sua lp, should havs boon ?.>re successful: hut there are several thing? oounectod with It which, for the present at least, must remain unexplained, unless our authorities at tbe War Department choose to make the same public. By this I do not m?*n to say that our army has baon defeated; but ws did sot gain all that was p. omlsed by the undertaking. It Is nselesn to rspsat that tbe Army of the Potomao m tbe ''finest on the planet." an this fact Is et well known as household words. The fighting done by tbom on Saturday waa heroic : bat thers ?as s scrow loose somewhere, and tbs machinery , though In good ordsr, did not work ?? up to ths handle." To one wbo has never witnessed the spring ing of a mine such a Sight Is most Interesting. Ths pon to too feeble an Inslruaiont to oonvey aa adequate l?l"S or tts terrible rrandeur. Id my deapatch of the 30th, In front of Petersburg, I endeavored to doscrlbe tbe sceue, but could not do It Justlos. Yoar sovsntl corr*"poadsnt?, wbo wero also on tbe spot, and attaohod to the different eorps, havs srs this furnished the derails of tbe short, thougb most brilliant and stubborn fight of the war. At present evsrythiog bar assumed Its wonted quie tude; but oar foee need not think that Uoooral (.rant remains idle. He has provided for every possible oon ttngsnoy, and will be ?p and doing when they least ex po* 1 11 VISIT OV 1-SrrmKTT I r ***.? Tesio'day morning Prssldeat Lincoln, aewwnimits I !> f Mrs. Uhcnfl, Cine ?r -adler OSnrral Ran?.V, OiioT irf the OrdnoSM l> v?riawnl. Chief JimucS u Optam rt. V frux, Asostn'il Herniary 0! tho Kav /, a?id ssvsral otusr ceisnrities, arrived here from iVMhiustoa OD the ??t?! yacht Baltimore. Lieutenant General Grant, bavlag been Bonded on Haturday of l)M In van dad visit of (ba Cble Uagtotratu, left hta headquarters at sleven o'clock that night, on Iba steamer Joan A. *?'? ?ar. u4 errtved tiara to ample tlna to a<Mt the l'r# ?Miaow. Tta meeting between lb? two last named waa most oordlal, and almost during tba aollro stay of tbo party to lb* vtoinity tuc President and General Grant woro In 01040 conversation. lUe distinguished visitors, after taking General Gr?ut <>n board, aailed lor Norfolk. rematniug tbaro but a abort time. At about tbroo o'clock In Uie afiernoou the Baltimore left again (or Waablngton, still having General Grant on board. Tbo John A Warner araa ordered to follow tba Baltlmoro aome twenty mile* op the bay, when General Grant re embarked, and at seven o'o'.ock retur-ied to (ble place, wiieie be remained pertiatie b.iif an hour, and left again for tbe front, tua Lleuteuant General waa accompanied by Lieutenant Colonel Porter, of his stuff. The object of the Interview to of course a mystery, except to thoae who were present, bat has undoubtedly Home bearing on the present campaign, and probably on the Invasion of the Northern .States. ILLNIMM OF OEMKRAT. BCTLXll'9 AlWI. Captain James K. Similar, one of Major General Butler's most elllcient alls, and brother to Cclnoel J. Wilson Shaffer, Chief of Staff, la at present at tbt* place under medl'jal treatment, and was very low yesterday. His affection is a general prostration of the system irom very arduous labors performed during tbe present campaign. Be Is, however, doing well now. Llout. John I. Daven port, also of General Butler's staff, bas been invaMded at Ibis poet (or nearly two weeks, but baa so far re covered as to be able to Join tbe General io a day or two. Lieut. Colonel J. Bumbam Kinsman, Cbtof of tbe Bureau of Negro Aitalra, to so disabled Irom sickness as to make It nocessasy for him to go North* to recuperate hU shatter ed health. Tbe general health of our troops, bowever, to drat rate, and in faut belter than during any preceding summer alnce tbe war. CHANGE IN TUE COMMAND OF THE ABUT. Washiwc.w)*, August 2, 1804. It la currently reported that arrangementa are in pro gress for again changlDg tbo commander of tbe Army of tbe Potomac. General Meade to not mentioned la con nection with any otber command. Tbe reaction consequent upon tbe anticipations of a great victory at Petersburg, caused by tbe acoounts Orst received of tbe suoceis which attonded tbe commence ment of the assault, has croated a feeling of temporary despondency which is not warranted by the actual situa tion. Although that assault proved a failure, yet it does not by any means end tbe campaign. One of the princi pal causes of tbe hesitation on tbe part o( tbo troops wbioh led to the disaster, was tbe belier tbat had taken unsaession of the soldiers that tbe bill which they were expeeted to take, snd which they could have taken, and which commandod tbe rebel works and the town, and 'could have bsen held, had been previously mined by tbe rebels. For this reason tbe troops could not be Induccd to ttnlsb their work, and a demoralization waa crcaied wbtch lost the fruite of victory when it waa wlibin their grasp. General Graut's confidence In final success la not les sened by this reverse, and It can only delay, not defeat final victory. a Mr. Wna. H. Merrttam'a Despatch. Bai.tihoks, August 1 ? 4 P. M. tcbuc fsbuso in Baltimore at ths nswb ibom iibaht. Two classes of people divide tbe publlo feeling here to day occialonod by tbe stirring character of ths nsws from General Grant's army. I mean the loyalists and tho rebel sympathizers. It is not difficult to. detect each as one visits tbe various places o( popular resort and the stores, as I bave bad ample time to do to-day , while awaiting tbe departure of tbe stoamer for Fortress Mon roe. With the loyalists all to winsome Joyousncss tbat General Graet bas beeo enabled to Wow up tbe rsbel j works, as the recent great ozplosion would seem to Imply. The expression, covering tbe whole case, is often beard, "I wish Grant could get a few hundred tons of powder under the rebellion aa a whole, and blow It all np at once, and thus relieve the country of this great and exhausting burden of Intestine war." Among the loyalists of tbls city, and, I bear, of tbe State, tbe events now transpiring near Petersburg, in which our armies are tbe heroic participant*, are bold to be tbe fortunate * auguries of wsll grounded and proximate final success, and tboir Joy thereat to commensurate with tbe wish tbat it may be so. tub sErnaioMiRS, on tbe otber hand, are indeed despondent, and sufficiently svincs their gloomy feelings In their loog drawn and sober v leasee, no less than In their regreta disclosed In conversation, tbat their rebel allies should bave been so badly Injured by tbe Union chieftain, and some oi tbe rebel warriors blown Ifora earth to eternity with out vouchsaiement of the customary monitions of death. , TBKN AOAIN joy to theirs as tbey eagerly oonder over tbe news re ooived this afternoon that their allies had sustained the shock ef tbe onaet with better success than had been an ticipated , and that they had regained all that the explo slon of the mine was tbe incident of wrsnoblng from them by reason of Grant-a sagacity and acumen. LIT TLX UTTtKICS of these misguided and ill-starred men may be seen every where throughout the city, anxiously awaiting tbe hour of rebel succeed, and bitterly bemoaning tbe reverses that I are now falling ao thick and fast upon.tbs arms with which they are so unwisely Identified. Tbey are kept in healthful awe of tbe Union seottment, and the instru ments upon which that sentiment is founded as upon a solid rock, only by tbe influences generated by tbe de cisive rule of tbe commanding general of tbe depart ment. THE PRES8 DESPATCHES. He a dqp ab rsa*, Abmt or raa Potomac, \ July 81-a P. M. f The exact loases la tbe battle of yeeterday before Pe tersburg bavs not yet been of^clally aaoer lalned, but, sa near asoanM Judged, tbey will root np about two thou sand Ave hundred, not Including tbe missing, and many believe that tbe figures will turn out to be larger. In the hospital of tbe Ninth oorpsths First divtoloo has two hundred end six men, tbe Second division tares hundred and seven, tbe Third division three hundred and forty-ooa, and tbe Fourth (tbe oolored division) six hun dred and twenty-six. A larjre number of wcuoded are lying oa the field, be tween the two linea, who oenoot be got off. The Klubteenth oorpe lost about three hundred men, while General Turner-a divialon, of tbe Troth corps, bad nearly four hundred killed and wounded. A Hag of truce wae eent eut to tbe enemy to-day for the purpose of getting the remainder of our wounded off tbe field, but it waa refuaed, the rraaon not being given. General Butler also ssnt a flag of trues from bis tines to day, wblcb was llkewiae refuted. The rebel officer gave no reason for refusing to reoilva ths flatf except tbat bis orders wsrs peremptory not to receive such a flag under any clrcumetancee. The rebel officers also razeed to exchange newspapers with n?. and tlie rebel aoldlers are ao oloeely watohed by tbelr ofiloers that they have no obanoe of making an ot change, although tbey are always willing to do ao when not ao closely watched. Tber- m urt be some reason for this, and many believe tbat their line Is very weak, while others think they bave * >me extensive mine on foot, and are afraid of M been mini; known to us. Tbe raid Into Pennsylvania may be the reason for their wtohiug to keep evsrytuing from us and as qulst ea poa ? slble. Ail I he wounded that have been brougbt here are being well cared for, the medical arrangements being j ample. Tbe linns of the two annlea are about the aame ae tbey ware before the battle, and picket firing baa been con stantly kept up emoe Its termination. The Dumber of prisoners captured and brougbt in waa I two hundred and fifty two. tbe highest rank among : them l eiog a captain. Tbey are a healthy looklu* set of ? men; but their dreee preeeats tbe neually dirty and ! ragged appearance of rebel soldiers | Reperl* sent yesterday morning that the colored troope 1 captured an entire rebel bruaila had no foundat'on In fact, every prisoner taken having beou brought Ui by j ; white men. Tbe toilowina o?e#ra, mostly captured from General Hunter's oouimar.d in tlie (Shenandoah vtli-y on the aotb ol May. came into our iiaea yeawrday, having wcaped from Lynchburg on the UMb and made tbelr ??7 here:? M. V. ttweel, First New York cavalry; J. H Aa. demon, first New ?ork oevalry; F. J. Reader, Fifth Vir ginia cavalry; H. Pennlinan, Ptr*t Maryland mi ?niry. Thoy report tbal the following named otlloer* r* mimed at Lynchburg , with a large uumber of mm, all of whom wera auQorln^ greatly for want of pro[*r fo?.d ? Colonel Miller, 14Tth New York Volunteers, slightly wounded ; M-iJ Foi boa, 2d Massachusetts cavalry sugliily wounded; Captain It. G. Hutchinson, 8th II tssachusoits Volunteer*, wounded ; Captain A. H. Ileer, 2dth ublo, wounded Captain J. D. Ludon, 8lh New York heavy artillery ; Lieutenant Lewis, 12tb I'sn wylvanla cavalry; lieutenant J? H. Kldd, 1st Murylaud artillery; I.leut. 11 J. Hamilton, Hiith Now York; Wsu*. A. C. Plckcniuugb, 8ih Wont Virginia cavalry; Liout Kmery, 2>1 Massachusetts cavalry, wounded; Lieut Burns, 13th New Jersey; Chaplain Humphrey, 2d Ma?aa :bu?etta cavalry ; Lieut. O. W. Croul, lOoth Penu*vlvanla; Liout. A. 8. Harrington, 18ih Connecticut, very sick; A. J. Hast lot*, 7ib Pennsylvania reserves; Lieut J. W.Conre, ath West Virginia cavalry ; Lieut. C. II. Lang, 1st Maryland, L.eut. W. U. Mathews, 1st Maryland. Nearly all the loregoing were captured on the 20U? of June, in the Shenandoah valley. niUTKJUABTBR , ABUT OF TBS POTOMAC, \ August 1,18114. 1 A flag of truce ta now prevailing, and a party have gone out to bury the dead and bring lu the wounded. The number is represented as being quite large. WASmxaroit, August 2, 18M. The regiment which was blown up by Gen. Grant's mine In front or Petersburg was the First North Carolina regiment, formerly of Jenkins' brigade, and comumded by Coiouel Hagod. At the time of the explosion it nura bered but two hundred and fifty mon, having boon badiy cut up Ib previous service. Theatrical. WALLACK'fl. There was an Immense audience at this theatre last evening, the attraction beln~ Bouctoault's Colleen Bawn, with Mr. Han Bryant as Myies Na-Coppaleen. The play was admirably cast, and, everything considered, very bands1 raoly put upon tbe stage. Mr. Mobs has certainly given us the beet summer company over seen in this city. Mr. Bryant played Myles capitally. There Is const d era Die serious business In the part, but he was quite at homo In It? as much so as In th# comic phases of the character. Mr. Bryant has * splendid career be'ore j him as an Irish actor, If he chovaes to dosert negro minstrelsy and stick to the stage. Wo hear, however, that liis bonlthiwlll not |iermlt of this; th it his present eusHgement will soon be brought to a clone, and that uexv seidon will Und him again at Mechanics' Hail, with a tamborlue, a black r-icc and a curled wig. Mr. Charles Fisher played Father lom last evening, and usiouishcd every one by clcverly singing a soog m praise of tobacco. Mr. Klovd's llauny Manu w?s ail ex cellent performance. Mr. I'uly acted Ins "original part of Hardress C i eiian with nil his origin*! baduess Mr. Norton also murdered llio part of Corrigan. Mr. A. II. Davenport ? Kyrio Daly was only pu: sable, as was Mnu Burke's Colleen uawn. Mrs. John Sellon, as ~belith Vr?. Floyd, as Aon Chnit, ?nd Miss Morant, as Mra < re^an, wore very acceptable. "?ie piny evidently pleasod the audience exceedingly, and o.,m to run for a couple of weeks at least. Literary Notices. The fourth volume of "Tho Complete Works or Arcu blshop Huglits" has Just boen Issued by the American News Company, Nassau street, New York. Tbe 'con tent! of this number are perhaps more varied than tboao of lt? predecessors, containing, as the book does, some of the most Important productions of (he pen and tongue of the deceased prelate. The two leoturea of the Archbishop, entitled "the Intlu ence of Christianity on social Servitude," and ' The Mixture of Civil and Ecclesiastical Power In tbo Middle Agos," which are here reproduced, arc worth tbe cost of the whole aeries, the first named dissourse containing matter for grave reflection for Americana of every claaa in tbe present crista or tho history of our country. The Archbishop's "Letters to Colonel Stone," ??state of tbe Dlooeseof New York in 1841," "Extracts from a Journal of a Voyage Aorosa the Atlantic," ? Hie Alleged Burning of Bibles," with several other very Interesting 6r*cAur?, are embraced In the fourth volume. The fifth number of the first volume of the Northern Uonthlv la published. The con ten is of tbe magas n* are very lull of useful matter In tbe departments devoted to literature, civil, military and agricultural affair*. The leading article, an able one, la devoted to a con sideration of the coming Presidential election. Tbe writer repudiates an Idea which has, be says, been broached m some quarters, of postponing tbe oonteat on account of the additional excitement which will he super added to that already prevailing. Th* natlooal civil machinery must be kept In motion "regardless of war questions or wa* interests," and In this view ? 'tbe wbolesomeness of discipline" Is advocated, ibe editor has ? no preference to express" lor any or the can didatea already named, hut advisee that the "coming election be conducted with the largest liberty of speech and of tbe presa couaiatent with the great purposes of fre* government." The thirty-second number of tbe Continental Monthly Is issued by Trow, of Greene street, New Torfc. Tbe contents etnbrsce a number of well wrltteo articles ap pertaining more or lean directly to questions arising from tbe present oouflict, while the "literary notices" snd ? 'editor's table" notes oontsln much useful Information. Tbe first number of a work, to be completed m alx monthly parts, eutltled "Fragments of American Humor on Lrkttsh aad French History aad Society ," baa been publshed by the American News Compsny, for Mr Hemy C. Arymser, special foreign oorreepondent of the Psns FrfM*. The author does smple Justice to the genius aod spirit of our Institution*, as tbe exponent* of true freedom to th* world. "Precedent* of American Neutrality" Is a very able production, la pamphlet form, containing th* r*ply oi George Bern I* lo th* speech of Sir Reundell Palmer. At torney G*o*ral of England, In the Hou** of Common*, on lb* 13th of May, J 804. Mr. Frederic A. Brady ha* publl*h*d the "War Latter* of a Disbanded Volunteer," a reprint of a very bamorooa correspondence which appeared In one of our Puaday journal*. Th**e letter* abound In hard bit* st th* ad mlnlatratloo, and will r*pay p*ru*al for their quaint but biting aarcasm. Th* hits at Old Abe are In many lo I stances extremely bitter, and all tb* mor* telling from th* odd method assumed by th* writer of administer, fg his rebuke*. W. A. Allibaoo, who styles himself "th* friend of man," publish** a work whloh b* calls "Tb* Phllosophlo aad Scientific Ultimatum." W* i*ok spec* to notto* ibis socsatrlo production, which seems to have been writtso for th* purros* of Mttlng mankind right en all old sstab llsbed forms of docirta* and b*ll*f. W* bav* r*o*lv*d from th* Appletons a espy of their edition of Mm New Internal RavsnusLaw, Just published, n Is a neat pamphlet of oqe hundred and twenty-two peg** The law ilfiftVls reprinted from the offloial eopy, each Motion of which Is accompanied by marglaal notes em bodying th* suhstanos or the aeollon. It also ha., In ad ditto* . a oomplete analytical Index aad tables of the tax -a Imposed by th* law, arranged conveniently for reference Th* work has been oompiled by llorac* B. Dre*s*r, of this OftJN M Maug* publishes a book whloh will be ftmtxl **rJr useful. It is called "Direetotre Franoai* at Ouide des Affaires *a Amerlqus," and contains, besides the name*, busln*** and plaoss of reeldem e of the French population of this country, much valuable Information about ssr government and InatlU turns; also, an abstract of French laws gowning French subsets In foreign countries, a* wall aa th* law o< thl* ?tate translated into FreuoU. Ibe Directory la to be pablitbed annually. ^ Masl*al. Signer Rossini has just ?nl*b*d a oompo*Hien ?? ? of Meyerbeer. Tb* inspiration ef tbie work ? setd to have be^n deriv*d-from the mournful *r*otnel* of th* foneral prooesslon ef tb* author of Las Hugu*not* deJVIIng amidst a allent mnl II ted a, aad b?ieatb asav* I Hiche of flowers, along tbe Boulevard at tbe eorner of which stands tbe honas ef RoestnL A treaty has Just been concluded between Msdsme Meyerbeer, reproeented by M Cremiatw. ??"' lh" "*n I .gement of the Grand Opera, Parts, for tbe per fo^ mane of the long expected AWoeloo (or Vaaca da Gaina j which Is to appear serly next year. _ . riIl. | >r Verdi *ae been *lect*d by th* Ac*o>-:iy | Art* at arl* aa -nice ?' r to sw<" '"er Th* W.a???er at C-.P" ha<. pr. lows*. N. I- . \ , I Tbe wstSber Lbil t?"io?n< '? beantlTul ' ( ' lb- rmomster ?. GENERAL STEELE'S ABMY. Stuta of JUTatri la Arkaa??>SM?l0 tielo j Itetuforeoil? Inc titeiate, 4 fro. oik Lrrrn book corubppomdenm. LfrtU Rocs, July 23, 1804. Northern piper--i eenm to get but few tocts about th* affair* o( this State, but Ilea by the thousand. For lo sUbor, Little Hock, according to Kostern papers, baa been sheiled twire by th? runo's, and Pine Bluff been evirmteii t,mi-i. All dowh to as. fllnoe Stcela oupture'l thw place the nearest any rebal army b-s boi'n to ua was at FMiue river, sixty miles from here, where Stee'e whip pod them. If thjy were to coma thty co ;id not capture tai city, for we have strong fortlflcitton* enclosing ua that will defy more troaju than Prico tiaa got, ami wo have morn ttiau foro enough to niun evory Inch of th?? broastw irks, and also fifty pieces of artillery of all sl-rat o{ calibre. Xluo KluiT Is similarly situated and ha* In ner and outer earthworks and forty pieces of cannon. The rebs all know our defences, aud (U ro not rink a battle There are, however, many gnerKln bands p-owltnfj about In sounds of live to one hundred a. id fifty, but whon uttickcrt unlvorsi>!l7 ma. fh.'ir prlnclpnl b :*;j(vs Is stealing mul>34 and homes, which they sell to the rube) army at $1,600 i> ?u,500 each. Price is now at Catndci, with some troops; Murma duke's hend I'larters are at Montlcelto, and he makes occasionally a raid to the Mississippi. 3omo Infantry and cuvalry are at Princeton; l agan is on the north sido of the Arkansas, with three thousand men. thirty inll<? below Pit,# Bluff. Sslby In ou White river, above Duvull's Bluff. :Ic( rea I? between V.'hlto and the St. I rancis livers. From those oatnps the raulers. are constantly emerging on their stealing trips. Tne rebel army ar? obliged to scatter or sturve Another reas n of their hovering about here Is to threaten Steele while trnopa from Texas are trying to join Johnston at Atlanta, by Crossing Mm MisRiKHippI below. Heport says a larger porton of Ma.ruder's iu Texas aro makluK their way to Louis, ana for that puri oso, under flick Taylor. Klrby South atd Dick Taylor aro hardly on speaking terms Deserters arriving here say that twenty thousand meo are expected to cross into Louisiana and go to Johnston Au oraer ba.< been issued throughout this district M the relis oon'.iaiuting all the cotton tar the governr-iooT, aud a dentil penalty to sell auy of It to the Yankees Our state courts will i;o luto operation In September, and tho United .-Hates Court will hold a session thai mouth, an J the Board of Tax t-nmrnuswners for tho ?ov erunient will organize and ro to work at the miiiu tluio. All the 'iiflr era have been appointed. General .-teelo is now receiving large reinforcements? ten boat loads witbin a week ? over leu thousaud horses and mules, nino hundred wagons, feu. Lirrta Hook, July 24, 1W4. I All the ool ton from tha breastworks here is oat and shlppeu. Telegrams from Pine Fluff to-day say all it easy there. Fort Smith ditrw of yesterday say the same. A virulent type of dlarrhnm Is prevalent at all tho posts. General Curr is in command of tho district of Llttlo Roc's , Ool. Clayton of Pino Bluff and Gen. Thayer of Fort Smith. Ou the 10th Selby captured ninety -two or the Tenth Illi nois cavalry ut Forney. V.< st or Selby'a force was at Clinton, seventy >1ve miles ?Tes: of Sersoy. Small bands of are still operating on the Arkansas. Tbe Union troops garrison St. Charles, on White river. On the 17th Ave miles of railroad wore toru up by guerillas, twenty- five miles from Little Rock. A large force ban been ssnt out from here aftor Selby. He ba.i seven nieces of artillery A tram was fired into on tho I7tb, '**- /allot from here. Col. Clayton bad a bru>.ti with F'a gau's rt-?.i <Vircee, twenty-five miles bolow Pino Bluff, on the 16th. l?a?n u?" m??r men for him. Henry Halliburton . son of Judge llailtbi..?f,Q^ brought in m a priaoner to-day. Jordon hoibreo, nonator, fans als-- boon captured. He is a noted Fifteen railroad destroyer* have boon brought In. Dr. has returned to his medical practice, aa he ttnda that editing a copperhead pai>er does uot piiy here, lho rotiel General Pricu has r*?cuied sove-al Union men at Camden for giving information to Gen. Steel*. l'belr letters woro lnterc?pte<l. H >tel board at Camden Is thirty dollars p t day; horses, tliteen dollars per day lor board. Ma, or Renuet, Sixth Arkausas, y.sited Benton with three hun dred cavalry last w?ek. Sixty eue mountain Union men came in and enlisted la tha army. Ha brought m ua bushwhackers. Oar Hcmplila Corrsspondenee. M sarins, Tens., July 37, 1864. JK7A1RS at aauwa. Tha steamer Rote Hem leton baa arrived from Helena. News from Arkansas It unimportant, exoept at the post of Helena Is concerned. Another blockada of the Missis sippi has been threatened for several days, and on Satar day last the rebel General Dobbins, with four regiments ef cavalry and mounted Infantry, appeared at 8heD bridge, nine miles below Heleoa. The object of the taova nient was unkn <wo; but It wat surmised that either aa attack upon Helena wat contemplated or that tha rebela were disposed to plant batteries upon the Mississippi to Impede navigation. The former seemed the most reason able supposition; but as they deferred marching upon tha post, sad ss the rebel pickets bad on two or three occa sions shown themselves npon the river banks, to tha an noyance of steamers. Gen. Buford oame to the conclusion tbst they designed nothing lest than a b ockade of tba river, and that, In order to thwart aay suob purpaae, ha would be compelled te detach a force (rots his garrloeo sad attempt to dislodge them. rat a r.tu iTti'TB in t'snunto. On Snndsy last Ooional Brooks, of the Fifty sixth rtfV ment United States colored troops, six hand red strong, with three pieces of Undon e battery (colored) and ana hundred end fifty cavalry of the Fifteen Illinois cavalry, under t>oloaei Bacon, started from Helena aad marched to the vicinity of tha rebel force. Tba next day wea spaat principally in ascertaining tba position of the rebels, lesrniug their strength, fee. Reconnolseancea aad tba siorlea of drserters finally fixed the number ef tba rebela at between fourteen and fifteen hundred men. Our o?n force was 1 ts tb?n sight hundred, and all, savs the car airy, were ao'ored troops. Nevertheless Colooel Brocks concluded to risk sn engagement, aad aa Tussday mada an attack. The netfra troops ebarged upon the rebel hnee, while the rttilery, which bad taken and secured a commanding poeitiuii, opened with shell, and soca the enemy became routed and lied. The vtotory was as ooes plnte as could have been dasired. Our troopa remaiuedi masters of tbs Held, aad for thereat ef the day busied ibemxelvea in burying the rebel deed. There were sa wounosd or prlconera to care for, as tie federsl troopa were o?lored soidiwrs, wfto bsd not jrt earned tho chart tlea aad merciee of war, and who aevor wUl to long aa Kort Plilow has a place in thatr i.tetaenas. coiosst. rrooks ktrotrrap trttrn. Fnll dstslla have uot yel eome in. but I leant Ibat fW?> net Rrooks wss killed, aa w aa alao <'apt,<hi Lsiafsy.of tha battery, and ei?bt or atne prtvatas, and eiev n wounded. ? .ti.nel Brooks was formerly of tbs Nloet?<-nla Iowa regt insnt. snd ' apUIn Umtey wee once a memiier of raylor>? i hicago I lattery. I expect to get further detaMt be/bra the aluoi o t the steamer for Cairo to-nlgbta ma ss'Bls smoas hiuiiii. Later newt f>om Heiona says that tba rsbel force ease menacing that place is larger tban wse at first supoesedt but no I. art ars enterta.n?d of ttie safety of the poet, aaa remforcemeuu will be seiit to Getierai ttulord u nee-led. the Bulletin of this evening piibnabss an accouut of tbt aflair at ileleun. hut as I grt m> int? rmatlon from C kmel h dii, of Iowa, who let t lien na met aigbt, I preauma taa above statement to r>e rehab e. Aflhiri at t^aaru mint? Kialea Bills tf Health. Dr. Swinburne. Health Officer of tha Pan, y eater day met the Commissioners of Health at tba Mayor's office, and rnadu a statement to the effect that no new oasee of yellow fever b >d appeared since tha laat Beating of tba Hoard, and that the patients In tba hospital were rapidly improving. No fears are entertained of tha spread of thta terrible so urge, and could wesucoeed In keeping oar pert free ftom lut. cted vessels, ws might bid "yellow Jack' da fiance (but white bills of bsaitb are given to veeeeis clear ing from a port at which yellow fever prevails as an epi demic, we may well feel that we have csu?e for It Is but doe to the tiublio Ihsl tbe course lbs lle?itB Officer at N issaa, J*, r , la pursuing ?ni>old bs property ventilated, an?t charges preferred against litm M tbe issta are aa etate<t below. __.,h the following Utter fro? the ^ ? Quarantine, aad a sp^mea bill of health from >? a*a, N. P , explain them^i*** ? , ^ M Moan rat ss?e. gnati?ti!?X. Ju jj J* Sta-Vncl '?ed ples.e ??' "IF thr- w^ka hoatth 1 J"*r,,to.Ir?g'<r5l ^iaJ^Twh^ thair Uui ",to* d'eeK^o' her I* Hanuic VfaJ^ty. rorrm mint that we thoaid OnnllUOe to ras;.eet bills Of hanhh 2UU that the mlreprrscnt nins of this Joseph Hla. < H rrei'te.t snd the sanitary coadltlo* of the port ba rairtv at d truly ret-rei-ented by ofBctai document* frota thai norL Moet respetitfuily, your obedient s< rvant, TI1EO ? AUEH, M. U, l>aputy Ha.itb timoer To PMtanyt Konasca, Etq., her Bri&auio Majest; s Cociul at N?? Vofk. bill or iiKAT.ra. jr r brU- K. VCIar, Orn cnn < v?stl"?.? I, the nader. Sltned, Health "'i:? or of the Port sod WstrWt 'X Naaesu, d > hereby canity tb<l 'here U uo ot a ma'tgn" t or c utagiouH cnaracter at pre-eot existing In the Is ana fli- nn1 r mi b ind snd "c?l this IlklMItt of .'nly. in ib? ye?r vis ir <-ord ouo lho ?and dredaudstAtV >uur. JO-* ML.?CE. waaith oilloar.

Other pages from this issue: