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OUTLINES OF THE WEEK.

ANOTHER MARSHLAND SLUICE DESTROYED.

ADDRESS OF GARIBALDI TO THE…

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COUNT ZAMOYSKI.

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AMERICA. Meeting of the Governors of Union States. NEW YORK, SEPT. 20. THE governors of Pennsylvania and Ohio have issued a call to the governors of all the Union States, to meet on the 24th at Altoona, Pennsylvania. The New York press strongly condemn the Federal officers for surrendering Harper's Ferry, and urge a military tribunal of inquiry. NEW YORK, SEPT. 23. It is rumoured that the Confederates have crossed Blackwater River in force and are threatening Norfolk and Suffolk. An engagement occurred on the 19th inst.' south of Juka, Mississippi, between General Rosencrauz and General Price. The Confederates retreated south during the night. The Federals captured 250 prisoners. The Federal army is reported to be. rapidly crossing the Potomac at Williamsport under the superintendence of General M'Clellan. It is rumoured that Generals Heintzelman and Sigel are in Virginia to stop the Con- federate retreat. General Bragg is rapidly marching on Louisville. He has summoned the Federal commander to surrender, but this the latter has refused to do. Women and children have been ordered away. General Bragg is close to the city. An attack is expected immediately, but the Federal commander is confident he will be able to repel it. General Kirby Smith is to hold General Buell in check during Bragg's attack. „ NEW YORK, SEPT. 25. President Lincoln has suspended the writ of habeas corpus, and declared martial law throughout the United States, with respect to all persons arrested for aiding the rebellion, or hindering the draft. NEW YORK, SEPT. 26. No Federals have yet crossed into Virginia. It is sup- posed that if M'Clellan should attempt crossing a battle will ensue. The Confederates remain on the line of the Upper Potomac, and are destroying the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad between Harper's Ferry and Cumberland. A portion of General Buell's forces has arrived at Louisville. The city is considered safe from attach. The Confederates have seized Salt River whisky distil- lery, thirty miles from Louisville, and are advancing on the city. ♦

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