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Presentation of a Sword to General Meade. There is nothing of moment from the army of the Potomac. A splendid sword had been pre- sented to General Meade by the Pennsylvania Reserves. In his speech, returning thanks, Gen. Meade said he trusted that the sword would be required but a short time longer, as he believed this unhappy war was near its end, and that men alone were needed to fill up the old regiments to put a finishing stroke to the rebellion. General Meacle was much cheered.

Mr. Vallandigham in Ohio.

Bombardment of Charleston.

A Panic in Richmond.

The Armies of the Rappahannock.

Fight in Green-brier County:

The Army of Rosecrans.

Army of the Tennessee.

ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE.

THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE ON THE…

ASSAULT AND BATTERY AND ATTEMPT…

A YOUTHFUL ELOPEMENT.

A FO URPENCE- HA LFPENNY DINNER…

EXECUTION OF FOUR MEN AT KIRK…

THE CHANNEL FLEET AT BELFAST.

LINCOLNSHIRE SHEEP.'.'

C-HARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER AGAINST1…

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