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The Drafc.

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Mr. Vallandigham in Ohio.

Bombardment of Charleston.

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Bombardment of Charleston. The New York papers have nothing later from Charleston, but publish the following from the Richmond papers of the 29th ult.:— The War Department is in receipt of nothing later from Charleston than lip to last night. It is understood, however, that Fort. Sumter, though seriously breached in the wall, will not be aban- doned, and that General Beauregard has expressed his determination to hold it to the bitter end. It is thought that this might be done by the erection of a temporary fortification. The 'fire of the enemy continues to be divided between Torts Sumter and Wagner. The bombardment, up to our latest advices, was progressing slowly, without any decisive results. The new iron-clad gunboat Charleston went into commission on the 20th, and, with her power- ful armament, it is said, will greatly add to the defence of the harbour."

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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