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Presentation of a Sword to…

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.

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Army of the Tennessee. The Richmond Inquirer of August 29 says :— Probably the next great battle will be fought in East Tennessee, for the occupation of that im- portant region. The late demonstrations of Rose- crans near Chattanooga may possibly be intended to feel the way round Bragg's left flank; and the towns of Upper Georgia have been somewhat alarmed at the prospect of a horde of Yankees upon them; but from the best information we have been able to procure, those demonstrations were a feint to disguise the real aim of a com- bined movement upon our great line of railroad communication through East Tennessee to take possession of that country and of the portion of South-western Virginia through which the same line of railroad passes. Up to the 25th of this month no very serious attempt had been made to penetrate our lines along the Cumberland moun- tains but the people of Knoxville and the neigh- bourhood were on the alert, and preparations have been made of such a character—though we must not mention the disposition of our forces under Bragg and Buckner—as will be sufficient to effec- tually defend that, most desirable country. Gen.' Buckner is in immediate command of the region north of the Tennessee river, including Knoxville, up to the Virginia line, and bodies of troops are disposed near all the passes through the Cumber- land mountains.

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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