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)0 1 e " . V '. K j I ; I! yOLDIIE IIYII. NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY MORNING; APRIL 21. 1863. NUilBKtt 74. all. i -A 1- ? A CM ' " A -.. o !. I f f . ( 't j, . ia -I r. - - it If ;. ,- -ai EDUCATION. "-,AAW"Hl(f taal. off the Celleeaw. Place BavMitXksrek. BSceaa. m4 lViyalsBer tw-Im MkM ate S53i ftaUetloe will beau MmrckctM. slew Wfii rmtk eleloeively. will be termed. --- putBh are aader she MM, A. r. OLMITCO u4 TON ntAMMAH-SCHOOL, Ijjbjt vf Caxep aad Galeanle streets. I ft. Panl" Csarch. Jala lm French l.na-ae. ... tuniii canohob wTn dma devem few Basra M erery day the teaching of rreach Language. uf fruftm Tirrteaaa Acaeeatle laetUate, flaaan,0Aiamayl aad Elementary Boanrlng am DaT KM far do. marl af UTtanaoe end St. Ciat a streets. Preach for porrtrular address . C BlaDMII, A PrinclpaL , J.reraen Acad ear, 4f,w.....0 0TAKCT..1 43 " " . Saw fMeana. COOPCTBD bi e. j. lobd: -aio kliakaMnt. auM iB bMloU held T,5h taction ta rattle eptun uin af to lending . 1 IK. aaatk . afraaa mini and (stcualva araaaia at aiafltri Faplia ara ariatltterf at da or aan yrv ai LTiim1im mi taay ara praaatcd far Ntara SaaajBilM. . ' nit aia aaAlaataa area ciaa accoTajac v aw -1 parvsaa tha aa to a faaa4 In tha TTiaMiar lar aa taatHatian ! toaroiaa. Iat j i ill ii n n an (Utlia af WiaV ahearn 1 iT S4 ar4ar aalaaa la taa aataaUaaaMBt, aaa 0 Zhat H aata at Uia aural condact mmd lapro ,119 . aTvWaTbV W "JaaBM Ua MM a- aav aa i with I Mrlct I It MIA at tha ataral condact aad laraaa im&- -.rm. laalirriT rT ' adTnt..i W 0 a, bvt ama m i w ,MBU, aaJr 1 Mara ol a.. t 00 , , aoava la, bat andat it l JU alwva IS arm... ll oo ta taa Kaiiah an 4 rraaca Lan.aaim Baaaa ATltaanaic.aiaa.raaay. ruatotr, sataaatauca, a. nnnhi-if tj aalaf taa aaova Urata. Tat hflawta. laa.n.ra and arcaatattaaaaaai araalaa 01, aai caarfaa ara awim aan aw r 10 aa kcaaal aaar fraaa .la Mil S. and ftaat 4U Mil H1B -T U ObIIobIbI laatttai. .CAMP aTBEET .W BataMewCalUaaa aa4 raarfarraaaa. KSUCTKD B KMB. BD. LOCMOaTX, af taia Iaautattoa win ba raaaaaad lot Wkav Saaatoa aa tha lat a! taitenibar. aMaancaat toa eaatlaaaa Inert aa M Bapfla.taa flBil.il aat mmtiJ hr aataaUabaarat to ta aatowlva au awaBMauaaa aaiiauaa tun aa taa intau erau-iaXmanilI t'C by taa lawatatlaa af Hata. Dlatt-fea, Tb iliai riaim aa4 aWauurtaa ara waU raaMatad alimpl m i firnlirt rt aft la Icaara Uxa aaaitta ui awuartaf tnaaapla. W dtfaiaa araacaea af adacaUaa and art wiU ba niiiiai faliaull a ta beat aaachara. Far tartaar tataratatiaa apply at taa InatttatMM. t"l a aaii tan eaa ba obtalaai. B. B. All tttUra aartraa 4 ta cha rrtncpal win ba Baavtiy rratted ta. a ij 0a Kw Ot iraiKACC rcapa U tai . an4 taaaa HU Cbarit laatttaie. .MliilHUn Hi ILk I. I t rcapactailr tutoraia toa ptntu of bar tin ntailUM wh woal.i start tbo.f aMUma at bat car, taa aha baa tranaf arred bar inautata tia rmat tjrvanaWa at Ww ortaaaa, it soarooa Ih Cam at trU aaaa aa Monday, aba lat af Baa aaJl if DENTISTRY. Jr. A. F DmU JaVnCTrniXT tamforata aw rriaada aad fanaat BMaa tat id tataraaa U tb. city and baa I nMd aa atactica af SCBT1ITBT at IBa, lai BT. JOBETH BTBBBT between Cam. and IfafacU. M)a taata aattaai wlttaat rain ARTIFICIAL. TKKTII. fn baai. rbaaraat, aaH ainat raplrta DBttTAL A f4TABLI.HME.1T in rttw Orlraaa, It ntr. Vk)latlm'a. 194 CaaaU atrtv Bbaciimaa tar aaaniaalatlBf ArtlSclal Taath ara Baatatd hy any PTactacal Danttvt la taa Soatbara anan, arfyf W iam.atltan. and at nrlcaa charfad by taa raaaaaaatairlBaaparlar DaaHatry, ibaald aracara ! naatar can fai aaoo aba anpartanca, ki". and ta awby wbich Daatal Bdanca can aradaoa. BtayArtlirtil Taath fct af aaraaattn, ataaty, wale naaat ta aataclrd fraaa tW vary acodactlaaa af aatara. 0ntaB rattartaar that aalfbtatltt to taa faataraa aa a- naaai at yaatn aod aaaaty, and warranted aathaartary m BMaacaatan aud ailli nla laa 'AiBLBM TOOTH EKTBACTOB, tar raadlly an-Kn.Tattb wltbaat aala, aaaaratdlaf aaytbla. brfora B I ay taa aretaaatea. ataaawblaa H wna wriaaai N, M Oiiiatlia. la Oantiarry aarfbnaad with cara aod tad far eb at pa aai and afi-Uy ara aaaaraaaaal by toa. PatfeUlfaUy asattad Taatb naaadaiad aad aaara Bnaanatavd at atodtiala cnarara. At taa faliawta. fjfWi a wtanaa narantea arctatpanyla. aacb aat. If te-w aad If nat iaaad aa re.rat.atad, ahar twa aaantb. fw. ttakr ajaary will at rataraaa P"! tarftna Blleer baaa. fat 00 Wwaneettna aaata, baaal. .. as OS C" I tab aia 11 J rnbbee.naaal to rd, fraaa M0 to aa uo carat aald baaa, banatlral, fraaa ta B0 00 1 em bum, tnm. Ttalt T Jt aaat tertect rami that eaa ba aradaced. Aaajraeafjin. ArMncial Teett are eardlaUy taeltad to 1 alaailai baaara amaaaxa a'aawbara. . . DaV flxXDUiB. Oeatn' Bai.aaa. Ty 1M Canal atraaa. p- , ALCOHOL. tABTABIC ACID, cmic ACID, DLTBORIC ACID, CABTOR OIL, . . COAL OIL, COTTON BBD OIL. WHALE IL, LABJD Oil. una oil, UTt OIL, tfDinitB, MOBPHIBB, OriCbf. CALOMEL. CHLOBOrORM, "BEAbl TABTAB, ITKM SALTB, ALUM, nVBDBABB, . t PI BITS If IT BE, : BAL BO DA, BI-CARB. BODAi , MDirtta, nw FLAX! B BP, ntBBBAP. f ttBBUtAM BCHNATPB. j,- BaTBTTEB'B BTTTCBB, BACH EM BTTTEaVB, VaUBU r anal BBAJTDT. (' far af idlral aaa i ! COBrCBS rBATBD LBT, i BB FAPSB. i BwTB rAPBB,' i rOOLBCAP PAP KB, L , EUTELOPEB, " Clato1aaaartd TOILET P. alef COAL OIL LAHPB. JAKKS GOZVBQAI., to Waadaiaa Baataaa. Mw VMAY A CO-kBA Of BLB IAIIH fj n Bt, Pit ti aad Tea Ian ai ato. WriJ? aUfa. Coanar, Brant, 4a, t WWob, aTanayjtaaaaid tafa. ruw aan!V.l7iraVB AUBEBS " aaa, newayeax aaat, Lere . aa i jib l at of a area of Beading aai OtatouaHloa SStflMric H4 MteretereW the language. Apply fjp na Mm "- and Spain. aatoia are 001141 Bje-aa awt baaav wiaaa. anaiiwn A. "z ami Caai GROCERIES-Lrauous. t NT a- V- rf-'J'-' KJtW CHiSAF FAMILY GUOOIiKT. HQ ORAVIER STREET, Vader St. Ckarlen lintel. Offr rt for taia Ik foCowlci artlclri, wKlcD ar faartrUad to parchaarrl M af tlw tant aatlty a. rrarctaatad, or tnt gooda ntay ba retaraed. ty Unoda DllTerel to T part of tUo City free mt Drnyngp. TKKMS CA8U. SUOABB CratbcJ. Loaf, Pawdared.ClnrlrW land trwa. TLAS linparlni. Yuan, llyaou. Uanpowdar, Ool-ti(. baiahocf. Oraafe Pakaa, ail of tb Aneet aaiittea. COFFEEa-JatA Ria. Uaraoa and Jauialaa, CHOCOLATF.P-BakcTt Mtortad ao l Cko. HEATS Btnjt, Weatpba.i. WaU 'a celebrated, aad vrtooi other ebolee braoda; lidea. Sugar Cared and PlaJa; Bhoaldera, Imoked and Plain Brcaklatt Bacon, ry cbalce) Pig Park. In ami k, bblt , ' Btefaad IU Toug ica. Smoked and Plekadi Kerf, roltou klaraet la it bait. riCH btarkerel. Matt and large Ma. 1 la kite; .. tnb,belai Saiauan, No. I In ktti and Smoked; Hcrrtag, dried ia box) CedAth, BCTTBB Qaahen, ery choice, aa'artod to etler; Wetleru, large and anutlt krg. LAB D la keg. Jai and aaaa. CBCCeS-EiiglUh Dairy! Hew Yerk Crtami Wrtteru Cream; Pineai-ale aad Datcb Heart. CRACKERS- Water, Batter, Soda and Scgnri Aliened Sitter, la boaea. -MOLASSES-ceJale'i choUr Qetiien tyraDi PliB'alWa Syrup; Sugar Hauae MuUiaei BaooUed Moiaaaaa. CAN PLCS- fataat "ii, Sperat, Star and Aitoaaaaatoai SOAPS akaaarced Twtiati CaaUle, White aud St own, Cktniral Ollee. OILS Clee, la plat and qaartai Caal and Lard. STAECH-Duryea'e, Calgate'a aad Pan 'a. FLOt' B St. Leal Extra, la barren, half barrel, and Igt. Cora Meal and Hommlayi BuckwBeat, ta barreia, bact aad beaea. HBRntBTllCALLY i.ALBO CANS-Oyatara land! paaad aaat, Loaatert, Balaton, Tartta Meat aad Soap, Snruiott, whole, half aad q Barter box at i ataortrd MttU In caua, Often Ptaa, Carn, Tsaan-tota. Aipaiagat. A. PBESERTES JM CAMS ATtD CLASS Aat arted la Brandy aad J aica Balateaore Jaata aad JaiUaa, Practea, fredi, la cani Cantan dinger aad BagUih Pie Prulta, Preatrrtd Qaiacaa, Ptart, Carnal, Ptaa Applea, (treen Oagaa, Dittd Pranei la Jar. FICBLES toi.kli, aaaortal) Aeaerlraa. aatortod. la geitGBt, bali galluaa aad aartt) Capera, Preach and Siwauh ; OHTf-a, Preach and Saauita. IPICES Blatk Prpper, pare, whole aad greand j Cy-tB&e In botia. White In boKleti Macaand!1at-Kagt, CiuTea, OiBeer, Claaaoaon and Altplce, whole and graondi Maatard, Engl laa, Aaurlcaa aad French. SACCES-Jonn Ball, Harrty, Baaf.teak, W art arte rt hi r India Buy, Eagluh aad Aaertean Waitiat and Mat broom Eetrhapt Aoterlrau Tornto Batchap and P.pper bauco i India Carrie Pewder. EXTRACTS-UaratU'a aad Praataa A MemU'a. aa-aartad. BUirs- Dried Applea, Pom bet and Prasea. Plga, Bl-llnt, CarranU aad Citron. flaCELLAKEODS ARTICLES -Mar ra, rani. Tapioca, Vtrmic H. Sago, J electee. Farina, Rica, Pear Bariey, Beena, Split Paaa, Creaoi Tartar. Cara. and Cryttal Sooa, filar at at and Amatonlaj Dried Herb aatorted i Backer. Broooai and Clothat Line Sba and Sarah Brut nee. Blackleg, Matchaa, lBdlce. Waabboarda, White Wine and Cider VlBegar. Trlpall aad Brltith Luetre i Toole Salt. Aaterlcaa Flar, la baaae a.d bagi; Urerpeol, aacAa, Coarae aad Pine i Mjert't Vcrmla Deaireyar. W'loea ud E,liara la Glananad Caalta BRAD1ES Eog.Ub Cockaey, eery old. Old London Dock. Otard, Dapay A Co Cognee, iBuS. , CaaUUoa, Ixlo. Cognac Ve;ge. INT. Co! lag . WH1IAETS Old Bearboa. Bye. very eld aad Sae. Scotch and Irteb. eery aid. Old BatHinore. IN- Blnler Oul London Dock. Cla Hwoee. Hollaad. BUM Jiatalfa eery eld and para. St. Cralx. MADaUAAJ Wetab'i Sath Side. Wiiak't Old Beaarva. Kary. Knot India Blaad. Waet ladln White Ten. Crown. Sercinl. Cootng. IHL&XIES Imperial. Cabinet. Vioteela. CottUla. eery aid. Paotlly, light. Topaa. Haraaay. CadU. Paira. Cooking. Yriartee' AaeBtaUado. POBT London Dock, eery aid. WiUlaaa, White. Old BoyaL BraaiL Cooking. CATAWBA-Salt Catawba, Sparkling Catawba, . Warh-a Catawba. BOCKS Stolaberger, HocAbeiiner, MArcobranner, Badeabera or, Jobnnnahergee, Menaarladar. MaaeUa. KiiAairACt aneiaiica, ptna and enartoi Mum tn't Imperial; a net A Chaadon, Oreen Seal, Raiaart'a, Mainai'i Dry, Yeriimy. WHITE WIKCB Count Salure; White Hirmltagej Haut Seaternei Heat Baraaci Pedcnaac, pint and quart, and r arise ther brand. CLARBTS In pint and quarto Leeellle, Marraux Modoc, St. Jul ten Medec, Piairac. Cbateaa Dillon, St Eetophe. Cha'aaa Marraai; Cbateaa La&tta, Cbateaa Lataar, Boyer Canon, and e trio a ethtr brand. GOKDIAXS-ABiaette, genaiaci Cai hlne. Akeyntaai Ycreanath) Birchwaaarr, eoaieye, Hot Utter and Baker Bitter, Boat IndU Arrackj Brewa'a A Cannon ' Jam Stag ex. , ALB AUD PO BT ER London. ladln Pale and Scot h. la e ana qaarta, aad Tartoea ath-er brand. CHOICE CH0IBTE APPLE CIDER. aol 1 -let II. rtalld. 1M) ST. CHARLES aTEEEP TWA BEOS laaea ta Afurm tb i pablic that he (tin coatinaa xhe area Fitting and Brae Pea entry baafaeao, at tha old etand. Ha a acjaag ttaa Chaadaltora, Bracket and Vtntaraa at aeirte latere than nay bieee in tan city. frtlri indebted Aa aaa are aebiSed net to pay any an wfitee na written eratr. tel-ea. H. CPILD. THE BBderalgBad bare ) day formed a CepartnT-blp tee aaepnea of camdactiag eaneral Pro. i"w and P'oM.an iannaae. aadar taa etyieaai nrni af n. BL RObS A CO , at at Tcbaapeytnlaa atreet r E. M. BOSS, .BBE.tA!f. Hew Oneana, AprU , iq. ibms IriOM TBS SXTSA P1CAVVE. LATE AXD UPORTAST NEWS. From JackBon Papers ol the 13th. POM CHARLESTON " GRAJTTS MOVEMENTS THE BOMBARDMENT OF CHARLESTON Particulars of the Fir3t Day's Engagement. We bare a copy of the Memph'u ( J ek son) Appeal, of the morning' of the 12ih anil aftarnooa of the 13th inst., from which we take the following summary : Latrat frau. the North. Senatobia, April 12. Uu Jer the ahoye date the Appeal's ppecial correspondent sends the fallowing summary, pleaued from t' e Meapliis papers of the 10th : Expedition tr Block liayou.. Aa expedi tion e uopoeed of six IFit, lour MiMoari, on" Ill'noi't, ono Ohio reii eutnL t vro bttlsriel of arti'leiy. Aud two riaiduta of cHUry, was nud oat nt Yick.barur ttr iilicit Biyou Gen. S'eele xvus iu comatnd. Oa SaadAT, the 5ih, the ConfederAten er.u'attdd their p'j-.iuon at the bridge on BI.jii tdoa, baraia tbe ptraetaro. 1 hs jdeml, avfter rebml Jin it, followed. The Ualletiu eays tbo xpdi;ioa may retail in something; braid.. iamjfiaAry victories. Those who kuow lii oouutry any there is nothing to prevent an advtnce by iana. nteeie id msrcning on xitzao Uity. Return of the Yatoo Expedition -The Ar irna ray. tha bonla that Arrived from tb Yax.k Pn. reaemble cli lapidated pile of lasher, la-gtend of the trim Teasel, that entered up hi tne expedition. Capt. Ketch am was kilioJ by B Bre irotn the taerrrllns. Micellaneout The river i. reported risioe. the Arkanea. being like an ocean and ner munwaier nirt. In a few day. a Urge qa&ntky of govern ment cotton wui be put in the market. The Artfua av. the rirer is riding three inebea a day. Wan. Kaya, Democrat, has been electel mayor rt Lioui.Tille. A St. Lonia dispatch anaoanoes the ' rrest of Ur. jrtl. lhompson. The Kadicalt Mtmf. that they hare an armel rbniztd force or bity tUoaaaud iu Jai, tiiir ty thousand ia Iowa, tin 1 that the ormiit tion extend. throahout all the VVnera Ktnlen. Iu parpoe, enys tlio Tiaidd, it U not dirccnit to coriectare. Exchange of Prxtouer. Sxkatobia. Aorll VI. The lid;, of trace to MmuhU, aaler Major JScUoooleo, bai returned, ne.e, havviD been entirely auoctaaful in ite mUaloa. C l. Loor.ey and Ma compaulons were exchanged, a dUpatch baving bea received torn Ladlow annoancirg the adoption of a sweeping car tel. Tbe party aeeompacing the fl j reached the second picket elaud, where tbey wero met by a note irom Uorlbat m wuicri be regret'.ed tbe necessity of keeping them there, lae Vedeml officers refuted to exchange papers witb car officers. Fidrral Troopt Movxne Up. CoLdwaTER, April 12. A gentleman well-known at hsAd- 2nrtf ra reports tbat twenty thonaad from rubt a army passed up on the lUth to rein force Koeecraiis. Later from Ckarleilo. Ch ari.isto April 12. During yesterday all waj qaiet Thia morning the entire iron-clad fleet deput ed, three going north and four eooti. The Ironeldes was towed over the bur. Tbe im preaeioB generally pre vail a, however, that they will return soon to renew tbe attack. Lt night the ateamer Stonewall Jackeoo, formerly the Leopard, while attempting t ran into thia harbor, waa hetly chaeed by Ulf B doren Moctaders sal nrea at. The H'.ono-w all received several ahote through her hal. The crew and pastengers took to the hosts. and have reached here. Very tittle was aaved. excepting the mail and passengers' ef fects. Tbe ateamer was burned to the water's edge in sight of tbe Yankees. Her cargo coDtirted ot several pieces of field artillery, two hundred barrels of saltpetre, 40,00'J army shoe., and a large arsorlment of merehaadine. Confederate tit ale t Comgret. Richmond, April 11 In Ue Senate, to day, the Senate bill to organize an ordnance department was passed ; also. Senate bill prescribing rates of postage on new.papera ; ana senate bill, to organise the Medical Parveyor'a Department. The Bonse, last nighf, passed a substitute for 8enate bill to amend the sequestration law, bat to-day reconsidered tha vote and referred the bill to the Judiciary Committee. Tbe House then went into secret saion on the tax bilL Georgia Legislature. aIilledgevillb, April 10. The Senate has adopted as a ab-atitote for the bill indor.ing Confederate bonds, a resolution submitting the qaestion to the people at the October election. Yeas , nay. 10. (T The Uoose rejected te Stephens resola-ioa deeUring against indorsement. Yeas 60, nsT.bl. from Charle$tfn Tlie Blockade -Charles, ton, April 11. No change in tbe poeitioa of the enemy since yesterday. All is quiet. The ateamer Anna, formerly of New Orleans and Galveston, arrived this morning from Nassau, with a cargo of merchandise, including a large quantity of Havana sugar. The Gunboat Fight near Palmyra. The Appeal says : The following has eaeaped tranamijdiou this way by telegraph. It is in a didpa'.c to the Savsnnah Republican, dated : Columbia, Tinn., April 6. The following dispatch has been at received : Te Gob. Bragg ; A report received fremCoi. Woodward gays: With a lection of King's Missonri battery we annk one gnnbost and one transport, and diaabled others, on the night of the ii latV, near PAlmyra, on the Cumberland river." laignea; lakl vah l'on.f. Major General. The followioe we take from the Apoeal. of the 12th : Evidence that at least a noriian of tha FJ. era! force Lately threateniaAr Viekahnnr kan jona ap the river continue to accaranlate. Their destination can. of coarse, only ba eon. jeetored. The strictness with which the lines at BJemphw, and the railroad to Corinth, are gaarded, indicates something of iaportance going on ia West Tenneeeea. May it not ba tha Intent iun of the enemy to attempt another land march into MiislppL A Gallant Act. Wa are oaA in lm tS tbe steamer Viek.barg, which brake from her mooiioga at Vicb.harg daring the Uteavraa, waa d octroyed after aha fall intn tha km fa nf tbe enemy. Oar generals desiring her dsstrtc Uon, the feat was andertakea bv tin reizimaAt. aud aii'natr.ti accompliihed. For their dtriog they ,iva been rewarded by afarbah far niaet.v d , 1 to perruii them to their homts in Eu; rmLMeee. The Attack Upon Charleston. Part! ca tare af the First Day's Bom-bardanent. The Charleston correspondent of the Mobile Eegister gives the following graphic and interesting description of the first day's battle in Charleston harbor: Charleston, April 7 The day of trial and blood to Charleston tas at last arrived, and the blow so long impending over this goodly city, like tbe sword of Daoioclea, ha. at length fallen. It has taken no one by rur-pti.e, nowever.and especially the military authorities. Gen. Beaaregard bad received information some days ago, from a source and by means which must for the present b. nameless, that tbe attack would probublynaa made to-day, and to-day it has been made. Having already setit you a fall statement of the ttt'tir by -elegraph, there It but little left me to add. It was oberved at half-past two P. M. tint the Federal fle-H, which had been lying ofl' the bar since Suud.iy aiierii(K.n, was approaching in boetile array. Kight tar rated ironetadd and the famous iron covered war steamer Ironsides were put in motion, and advanced to the a. .salt by what is kn)wn as "Ship Cbannel." Gen. Beaaregard, whose besdqurtero are in tbe city, wm promptly notified of the movement by telegraph from Fort ttaruter. It m y lie elated that there are wires running from all tbe forts and batteries in aud e. round the lurb'ir to ll.- city, and that telegrapiiie communication if frequent aud expeditious between the forts an J batteries, as well as with Charleston. Tha Ironsides and live of the monitors par-ticlpfeotd iu the engagement. Fort Moultrie was the first to open tire, at five minutes past 3 o'clock. The double-turreted Keokuk, the moft formiditbte vessel of the Fe ieral armada, quickly responded. Fort Sumter took op the tale, and poured a broadside into the assailing squadron, end she wa. followed in turn, by Fort Ueanregard and Battery I?ee. on Salll-vitn'v Island, and Fort Wagner and Cummins's I'oiut Battery, on Morris Island. In a few micntes the battle became general aud the cannonading terrific. The iron-clad 1 had entered the outer circle of lire, aod from every fort aed battery by which tbe outer barbor ia girded, it was assailed with great ardor aad coolness. Tbe condact of the enemy was equally ppiiited, and his fire deliberate and welt directed. Tbe principal attack waa directed against Samter, thounb all the forts and batteries came in for a share of the enemy's attention. But one shot, as far as I could see, passed oer Sumter. The Ironsides threw monster shell, which b a rated over and aroood the fort with great precision, and the wonder is that the loss of life was so little. The Keokuk led in the attack, and took the pott of danger aud of houor, and dearly did .he pay for tbe d'etinction, a. will be seen in the seqael. About forty-live minute after the engagement commeuced, a shot Irom Fort Wfgner took fle;t in the Hern of the Iron-bides. It is believed aha waa also peuetrtted iu ti:e side, aa steam could be distinctly Been inning from her aide next to the ci'y. She soon withdrew from out of raage o' our gaos, and for the reoitiuder of the liai'j wai a silent spectator of li.o conflict. I'qis was a great triumph, hs ehe wa ru-iiiilWIy Kvked to to test the ttrn:a ot Fort Simt-r' Aboil o'rlockfthe Knoauk a'go wittid'ew, evU deLtly ti-Idty ii.j.ired. T:.e ot'.ei followed soon, and by bit pant o lUn entire fleet bit retired, aud when ldit u was rounding Morris'e I'laud to the sou'.!-, ward. lb prariice of our guLLers, after they had got tbe rautte, wits exctll-ii.'. Toe enemy's veerele (which were uuk by pumping iu water until the deck, were nearly level with tha water) were trcqaeutly strack, and ueirly all their cmckeetocks a ere petorated. This, too, not with landing they kept shifting tLeir positions. Occasionally" tbey would steam up within one thousand jtrJn of Samter, but for me greater part oi iug time taey mainiaiuei tbe tight at a distance of fifteen hundred or two thousand yards. Late ia the evening the Irobsides and three Monitor were jeen moving off slowly around fevrria'a Island, aa if tbey might be going to Port Koyal for repairs. The casualties on oar side were slight, con-sideiing the nature of the conflict aud the monster pnjeciilea nsed by the enemy. Ia Fort Samter, a drummer boy and five men were wounded, two of the men and the boy seriously. One 10-iacb eolaabiad was dismounted, and one 8 inch buxsteJ. The former will be remounted to-night. Tbe fort was struck thirty -four times, and the flag had a hole shot through it. No casualtios occurred on Sullivan's Itland. except the shooting away of the flag staff and the accidental fall of a man who was trying to replace it. and from which he died soon afterward. On Morris s Island (at Fort Wagner) six men were wound td by the accidemtai explosion of an ammunition cbest, two of whom have since died. Two others are badly injared, and will probably die before mortiiog. Gen. Kpley, said to be one of the beet art.l-lery officers in the world, was in eomaaand of all the harbor defences, and is entitled to all the honors of the occasion. Col. BuUer was in command of Fort Moultrie," Col. Ripley of Fort Sumter, Lieut. Col. Simkins of Btttery Bee, Capt. Sirgraveaof Fort Beauregard, Maj. Iiuger of Fort Wagoer, and Lieut Laeeane, with a detachment from Samter, of the battery oa Cummina' Point ail under tbe superior direction of Gen. Ripley, and all of whom conducted themselves with great gallantry. The conflict was witnessed by thoasands of spectators from the ba'tery promenade aud from the boose tors. Among the vast tbrong there assembled, I did not encounter one who expreseed any doubt as te the result. It was a magnificent spectacle. The white pu if. of smoke issuing from the port holes of the iron clads, with a tonene of nre in the centre, the solemn walls kept np by these huge monsters, as they wheeled past the forts, tbe fantastic festoons of smoke tliat garlanded tbe heads of the forts and slowly floated otf to the north, the bnretfng of ten inch shells in mid air, and the deep booming of tbe titanio guas engaged in the conflict, the appearanoe of the Confed erate rams Chicora and Palmetto State, steaming energetica'ly ap and down taeir choeea nubtmg petition, the silent city, aud tne breathiets malti:ue who crowded its house tops and promenades, male np a spectacle at once grand and imposing. Dot it is long alter midniacht, and l mast cease. r. w. a. New Yerk Alency Market The Herald, of the 1 1th, thus notices the movements in financial affairs : Fbidav, April 10 SIP. 31. Monev continues ex tremely abundant, as might he Inferred from the enor moos ditburarmeuu of Government. Brokers are an p plied it 4a 6 per cent, oa stock. Mercantile paper, which 1 extremely scarce, sells at ft'r4 far the beat name. Debt certificate! continue ta improve ; the old itaue are now worth H premium, and the new nine aoont v . Oild wa again very active to-day. as might have beea expected from tbe new from Ytekiburr; aod Charleston. It opened tt 146. and closed, after many floetuattous, at aboot 1501$. Tbe condition of oar military enterprise, the withdrawal iron. Vlctiburr:, and tbe amounts from Cnarlaeton, ooapled with the n mora of diificoUv with tire at Britain, in eonee-qimnce of the fit'.iog out of rebel privateer ta Bri'.ith not . are not calculated to Inspire eonfidenee ta the eomvy, and are qtite likely ti lead to a Ireth out-buPtt 31 ipecuUtioa ia the prrcioae metal. KxohtBge aold bt the morales at 161 ) A lo2, aod latern the day wa be Id at 6d?164. Several agrnt of New England bank are in tbe) city with ornoojiUon tat tha earrjtrg of sold, ia tbe event of the paerar of the (old bill by our Legislature. It wa eaamnnly r-ror:"l th't aftarnann in tSe aireat, however, tb-it the House v uM not paaa tbe culd bill, aai iu tai event there acLetnea aid fall t j the ground. iy A Catbulid ebarch. eilidd '-The Gate to fJf a . - a " baa been d jfcafed iu Boi tcu. tea eva avasiae bditiob or vs.Tsaoav. TWO DATS LATER FROM THE NORTH, AH. RIVAL OK T11E CONTINENTAL. PROGRESS OF THE WAR NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. LATER FROM EUROPE. The Pi ivateertng Queatloa. By the arrival of the Continental we have two days later advices from tbe North than tbe news by the Creole ; also, papers of the 8th inst., which failed to reach, us by the latter steamer. We extract the following summary from the journals of the latter date : The War. By an arrival from Port Royai we have advices to the 4th inst. The troops recently (Jperatiog ia Florida had le'.urned. Jacksonville Laving again been evacuated, and this time dtttroyed the Union familiee having previoL&iy been removed. A schooner loaded with salt lor tbe labels, had been captared while attempting to run np to Savannah, She was from Nassau, of course. Very little news has reacued us from tbe Mireissippi in the past two or three days the only movement of importance announced being a reconnoiesance of Haines's Bluff, on the Yazoo, by the gunboats nnder Admiral Porter, which proceeded within range of the rebel batteries and tLrew in a few shot, bat obtained no reply. Advices from the Yazoo Pees fx; edition to the 30th nit. leave oar foicee tuH in fr nt of Fort Pemberton, at Greenwood, with considerable skirmishing between the pickets ou shore, but with no immediate prospcetof a reduction of tbe rebal work. In fact, the rebels were daily increasing its strength, and adding to its arm-ment- We learn, by dispatches from Naehville, dated yesterday, that Gen. Mitchell, with 360 cavalry, went oct on the Lebanon pike to Green Hill, and dashing Into a rebel camp, where there was a large number of cousenpte, on the sabre charge, he took 10 prisoners, killed 5, and captured all their arms, hor.ea.and equipments. Gen. Kosecrans's dispatches to the War Department, nnder rate of Monday, state tbat Gen. Stanley completely whipped the lebel guerrillas of Morgan at Snow iliil, capturing about CU ptisonere and 3:'J horses. The Alabama is reported to have been spoken tiv a LSrii-rh verse, on tbe ''3i nit., in let. 'M', long. 73 :tJ. 1 he Tvrcnof Palmyra Dtttroyed. (Jaiao, I A mil 7. Ju retaiiatiou for hnng into thegan-boatl S. Ciair, on the Camoerianl, on Tues day liter. UaDt. blU. with a sunboat w-nt to the town of Palmyra, ou Saturday, and, ufter pivipg h inhabitants time to leave, they Lamed tfce entire town. borage Warfare. Major Ransom, of the Cth Kaiuae, has just returned from a highly suoceerful scout. Thirty-four guerrillas were kihtd, fifteen camps broken np, and nearly all the camp eqaipage, arms, horses, &c, cap-tared, twenty -seven honses and placed of resort LuiiMtd, two leaders boxg (the latter were concerned in the robbery of the steamer Gaty) and a large amount of powder aud oiber ma nitMiS cf war destroyed. Oaly one of his men waa wounded. lie will return to the tie'd in a day or two. Tvo A'tttJ Expeditions Under Wriy. Caiko, April 7. The steamer Grey Eagle, fro ii Memphis, has arrived. From peseeogers we learn of two important expedition, the objects of which are not to be made public. Last week, while the steamer A. D. Iline was passing down Coidwatrr she was fired ix.to by gnerrillAS. Several deckhands aad one engineer were killed. Tne captain was mortally wandei. The Tribune, of the 9th, has the following summary : CoL Wilder has returned from bts expedition, via Lebanon and Carthage, in Kentucky. II captared rebels be fere he reached Snow Hill, and destroyed 0000 bushels of wheat and much corn and bacon. He also brought in 360 negroes. Oar expeditions recently nave cap-tired 700 horses and moles, '00 prisoners, 20 negioee, and have destroyed much rebel forage and subsistence. CoL Ludlow, Commissioner for the Exchange of Prisoners, says we are getting oar officers away as fast as we can deliver the rebel prisoners at City Point. Oar officers now prisoners are all in Richmond, and will be released within the next week. A small mutiny broke ont in the 2i Massachusetts Cavalry at Boston yesterday, tbe men endeavoring to resist the arrest of one of their number. CoL Lowell warned them of tbe con-rtquence of their act aud promptly shot the ringleader. This quelled the disturbance. On the 20 ih alt., the gunboat Kanawha t tart d the schooner Clara, while off Mobile, tr; ing to run the blockade. The World, of the same date, says : A message received from Clarksville, Tena., says that on Wednesday 1,200 rebels, under W oodwaid, captured and burned the steamers Lovell and Saxonia, killing the captain of the former vessel and wounding the captain of tbe latter The passengers and both crews had arrived at Clarksville. sV The telegraph reports from Mnrfreeeboro' a boast of Genie. Joe Johnston and Bragg, that before harvest time they would posse themselves of Kentucky. , The Herald of the 10th has the follow- irg: A new canal had been commenced across the peninanta, near Vicksbnrg, eight, miles long, and beyond tbe range of the rebel batteries. Admiral Farragot holds the river from Vicksbnrg to Port Hudson. Gen. Grant and Commodore Porter had gone np the Yazoo on a reconnoiesance. A rebel dispatch from Fort Pemberton, dated tbe 5th, states that tbe Union troops had embarked on board their steamers, and were in fall retreat. The Uniteddbtates steam transport pioneer, Capt. Hasleton. from Beaufort, N. C, 5th inst., arrived last evening, and reports that Gen. Foster was at Washington. N. C . hemmed in by the rebels. Tbe steamer Syl van Shore left Beaufort for Washington, a. C. on the 4th inst.. and when a few miles be low that plaee, was fired npoa by a rebel battery ou shore, which resulted In the killing and wounding of several of the crew of the Sylvan Shore, and compelled her to re turn to iieanrort. The Times, of the 10th adds the following: ' The latest newt we have froaa the yicinity of Viek.barg is to the 3i iuat. At that time Osterhaaa'a entire division was moving toward tbe Ed River e-.autry, hy w'sat i-inte is act stated. From below Vicksbnrg. we learn tbat Admiral Farragot was taking meat-arts to dtstroy a tLsat of guabjate sttd to be JuofRiver7 'b1 ' BhMPrt, ap the A letter from Suffolk, Va. to the Baltimore American, dated the 7th inst, gives a statement made by deserters from the rebel army, to the effect tbat LnBgatreat, with not lesa than four divisions ef treoae, ia oa the Blackwater. It is conjecture at tiaflTolk that this is simply a strategic shoe, fh tended to mack the evacnation of Kicbmea We gather the following from papers of the 11th : Tbe news from North Carolina represents Gen. Foster in a very critical condition near Wasbirctcn, wbeM be was pretty eiosely hemmed in by the suemy. Reinforcements were ent to biro on veesels from Newborn, but bud not been aele to rea :h him. Forces by laLd were also pushing along to his as-ateittanea, but at lst vices hd not arrived at Washington. Dispa'ehes from Richmond yesteiday say that two of oar batteries were cantured on Souday, seven miles below the town ; that two of onr giuboata were badly damaged, and tbe Lotiieiana was sank while attempting to ran by the rebel batteries. Gen. Foster refuses to surrender, and it was thorght Gen. Hill wou'd shell tbe town. It is believed, however, tbat Foster can hold out ap ainat all disadvantages, for several days yet. We learn from Nashville that the rebel guerrillas are destroying the rai'.road t ains in Kenmcky and Tennessee to a fearful extent, running them off the track and mardirit;g the train guards. Tbe foreea of Gen. Granger were attacked by Van D ru at Frsunliu on the 9th, and after a severe fiht the rebels were driven baek. Col. BisseD's engineer corps has arrived at Memphis, and it is said tbat it will immediately eommenr-e the repair of the Meinphirf and Charleston Railroad. This looks as if the s'ege of Vicksbnrg, as it is at piesent prosecuted, was to be abandoned. The Northern journals have received the Southern account of the first day's fight at Charleston, bat, as oar readers are aware, we have several days later intelligence direct from the scene of action : Washington News and Geealp. Pottage on Foreign Letteri to be Paid in Specie. The Poet Office Department has just 7th inst. issued an order to postmaster directing them, from and after the 1st of May, to collect in spesie or its equivalent, ail postages dne on unpaid letters received from foreign countries in the mail dispatched to thia country fiom Great Britain, Ireland, Prussia, llnmtb. Bremen and Belgium. The order, at present, applies only to these mails. On outgoing letters the existing regulations remain unchanged. Under the existing postal arrangements, postages collected on foreigu letters must be accounted for to the foreign t'ovemmeuts in specie or its equivalent ; and Ltnce thia order by the authorisation of Con-giese. Protut. to the British Government.- A dispatch, of the 9th, to the Times, says : It id underetood that dispatches just prepared by Secretary Seward to Minister Adams in Ijondou, take decided grounds against the fitting ont in Eugliah ports of piratical vessels to prey upon our commerce. Tne fingllah. Uoy ernment is iiirbrrted that its course, in not endeavoring t prevent their fitting out, is re garded as unfriendly to this Government, and a solemn protest is entered against a coutina ance of its policy in Uits respect. The following, of the same date, are to the Herald : The Recent Robbery of Adams's Express-It is stated that among the parties ar reeled recently by detective Allen Pinkerton, some lourteen in number, were several ladies. Upon one ot the number, neatly sandwiched between her amply quilted skirts, were thirty thousand dollars in Treasury six per cent, certificates of indebtedness, consigned to Adams or. Co.'s Express. Arrest of George B. Lawrence. George B. Lawrence, author of tbe well-known romance, " Gay Livingstone," was arrested a mile and a half beyond onr pickets Ittt night, while making Lis way towarda Richmond. Lawrence arrived in this country two or three weeks since from England, aud has oooapied bis lime since with prominent secessionists ia this city and Baltimore. He ia known to have been u unusually intimate terms with prominent rebel sympathisers, and when taken was armed with letters of introduction and direction from a well known source in Baltimore. He was taken before Judge Advocate Turner to-day, and by him committed to close confinement in the Old CapitoL Lawrence dined with Lord Lyons while in Washington, and seemed to enjoy friendly relations with all the British Legation. The following are dispatches of the 10th : T A Distinguished Visitor. Count Castigli-oni, who holds a high position under Victor Emanuel's Government, is now visiting Washington. He has been the recipient ol distinguished attentions. The Rebels at Richmond. Those economists who conquer the re be la by advertising them as abandoning their strongholds, will please take notice that in the published proceedings of the rebel Senate of April 6, a bill appears to have been introdaeed to purchase a site for a magazine and a laboratory near Richmond. Our Relations with Great Britain. The Washington Republican of this evening eon-tains a paragraph assuming as by authority, to contradict, or rather to make a semi-denial of the statements contained is (oar telegram of last night concerning tbe present state of oar relations with Great Britain, and the tenor of a recent dispatch from Secretary Seward to Minister Adams, we have only to repeat that the telegram in qaestion was easeaUaHy true, all statements really or apparently to the contrary notwithstanding. Later from Europe. By the arrival of the Bavaria at New York on the 10th inst , from Hamburg March 22, via Southampton March 25, we have two days later news from Europe : The American Question. In the House of Lords Earl Roseau declared in fayor of eon-tinning the non-intervention policy of England in the American qaestion in reply to an argument of Lord Stratheden, who urged seyeral precedents to show that intervention by foreign powers bad been not only common, bat effectual, in settling revolutionary difficulties. The Alabawi.Tb9 Bethlah Thayer, arrived at Nantes from Callao, was boarded by the C 8. cruiser Alabama, and tha master had to sign for $40,000 to obtain his release. The Miss Nightingale, which arrived in England, had on board Capt. Cooper, master of the ship John A. Peak, o Hallowell, which the Alabama had destroyed. PtUnd. The news from Poland te not favorable to the raeessa of the popular movement. Although the English press consider the xonah lnsBrrecuon virtually at an end, yet the revolutionary committee appeals to the Polish people to continue the straggle. The Confederate Loan. The London Times, of the 24th, says : Tha Confederate loan has experienced a light reaction. It opened at Saturday's price, 4 o 4VJ premium, bat dosed at 3 V to 4. Tne allotment letters will be issued in the middle cl the week. And tha Times of the 25th ' " , The Confederate hsn teas experisweed none flactnations to day, and has closed at a farther reaction, altboh there was i a. partial livoveiy fro the lowest pnee. The reojje has been between 31 and 2 premium, aad Its) 2 final quotation was 2 to 2fc pramiam. ,- .-, Great Britain. There have been serious : riots at Stalybridge. The Times savbi " The happy confidence which has ariaes ' out of the peaceable behavier of the orient- ' ployed operatives in Lancashire has reeetveel a shock te the occurrne. ia Stalybridge. , The character of tie outbreak has become the more alarming by the renewal of disorder aadL , violence after tbe apprehension of many rioters and the committal of twenty-nine to the) A .sites, and by the apparent Inability of the -authoritiee to make their power rec peeled by the mob. i "A riot took place at Ashten, but no so- rious eovsequenees reeatted ; 13,000 or 14,000 people congregated in tbe streets. A major was alioat that t'-ey intended to destroy tha gas woiks and fire the uUIaT a Later dispatch. , says that the rioters have returned to Staly- 1 bridge, and all was quiet" The Timet says : " The Prince and Princess of Wales are oa a visit to Her Majesty at Windsor, Castle. On Friday next they leave for Sandringhan ' Hall." ... France. The iloniteur says : " The news is etirely incorrect that 12,000 men are being concentrated at -Toulon ia order to be Bout to Mexico. The troops expected at Toulou are designed for Algeria." The Vonslitutzonnel formally eontradicte the sews of Kaa&ian troops having entered Prussian territory. Tbe Gazette ie France has received a warning. A telegram from Paris, March 21, says t " A debate took place iu the Senate upon the -bill granting extraordinary credits to the Gov-eminent. Mr. Foald stated : The expenses not foreseen by ths regular budget bave been , diminished, and tbe budget for 1863 has been regulated nnder comparatively favorable dr- ' cumetaLCes. According to the experiences ia r, the first two months, the budget of loo3 will afford a surplus of 7C,000,OOH)f." A telegram from Paris, of March 23, bays t ' Prince Metternich arrived here from Vienna to day. He had an interview, lasting two hours, with M. Dronynde l'Unys, the Miniater for Foreign Affairs." The Pays thinks that France has reason to congratulate herself upon the favorable sentiments of Austria in the negotiations for the settlerrent of the Polish qaestion. Tbe Paris correspondent to the Times says t ) "A circular from .the relief committee of Mnlhoyse shows that the evil is spreading throughout Aleaee, and tbat 15,000 worxirg-men swell the list of those who have no wages to depend upon." idissusippi Repudiation. Letter from Mr, Slidell. The London Times says : It is satisfactory to find that the friends of the President of the Coniederate States are-anxious to free him from the charge of having " been en advocate ot the repudiation wphso has now been piacticed for a quarter of a century by tbe State of Miseiseippi, and tbe following letter addressed br Mr. Slidell to a personal correspondent, will command a: en- -lion : My Dear Sir I am inclined to think that people in London confound Mr. Reuben Davis, whom I have always understood to hay 1 takeu tbe lead on the question of repudiation, with President Davis. I am not aware thai the latter was ever in any way identified with that question. I am confceir-nt that it was not agitated during his canvasd for Governor, or ' . during his administration. The Union Bank bonds were issued in direct violation of aa express constitutional provision. There is sv wide difference between these bonds and those of the Planters' Bank, for tbe repudiation of ' which neither excuse nor palliation can be offered. I feel very coLfident thut Jefferson Davis never approved or jastified that repudiation. What may have been his private) opinions of tbe refusal to consider MiasUsippi bound to provide for the payment of the Union Bank bonds, 1 do vt kno . John Slidill. Financial aaat Commercial. LonroK, Monday renin, ntarch 34 Eagliah fond ihowed Increased atrength, and con toll nave been D aintalned at an advance af an eighth. Coa-sol closed at d 931, and 'J2t, tor April S. The demand for diecount at the Bask wa limited. In the (lock exchange the rata for abort loan waa St per cent. French rente advanced ; are quoted at S9f. 46s. Erie paid op and prefer pee ebares declined and I re.Feetively ; ditto fint mortgage, 5. and third, fourth and fifth mortgage. 1 each ; Prnnaylraai Railroad, first mortgage, and Illinois Central dollar boade, 1 esch ; ditto (bsrea, 1 ; Virginia ajxes, ). Livsbpool, Tnaiiay, March 24. Cotton Firm and unchanged ; sale for two days, 10,000 aala. ef which speculators and Importers took 8,900 sals. The Manchester market it firmer but quiet. Bnalawa aad the United Mia tea. 2A Privateering Question. Tbo New York Herald, of the 11th, says : Important information which we have r eelvtd from Washington, and from source en titled to respect, leaas us to conclude that tbete are strong probabilities existing of a speedy rapture between the United 8tates and England, .resulting from the unfriendly aaat offensive coarse of the Bri'ieh Governasent towards this country in reference to rebel private eis built, armed and equipped in British ports, and issuing therefrom to prey npoa npon American commerce on the high seas. Our readers are aware that ainoe the ad- . jcarnment of Congress the Cabinet froaa time to time has beeu reported as having had nnder eonsideratioa the question of the employment of private ermed vessel on the ocean in tha ' farther prosecution of the war, and in purta-ar.ee of the late" act of Congress on the sub- . jeet. This quettitn, wV nndeittand, the Cabi net has at lengtn aeiermineo taaii oe tea so the decision cf England, and npon her acceptance of peace or war with the Un ted States, in relation to the Anglo-rebel privateers. 1st other words, the Administration, iu cabinet council, has resolved .that England -shall in good faith adhere to her proclamations of aea-trality, and that her pcrte no longer -shall be : the navy-yards of the "so-called Confederate States ;" or that ewarrrs of privateers, trader the flag of the United States, shall be let loose upon the ocear, to make reprisals npoa English commerce. Of course this will be war ; and the demand indicated, which is to go out to England, for an honest obeervasoe of her obligations of neutrality, embraces this warning, or a condition!! dcclarrion of war. ; , In this connection, the" correspondence which we publish thia morning, between . Earl Russell and Mr. Adams, oar Minister at London, is very interesting and signify cent. lit . 6. Cruiser ilabant. latnerlaat Cerreapeadeaee ketweea BsttI Kaaaell and (ho Ante tie an jrxiauaewa L,endn, ate. arl Russell to Mr. Adam. Fobaios Orica, Jan. 24, 1863. . 1. 1 .-ki nr am to leava with- 0ir xi a uu Biiauiiw --- . i , as r the utementB made ia yoor letter ef the 30th alt. icese siaiemeBut 7- rs - iv--- ehaige against her Majesty's Government. You speak of tha " admitted tact of a violation ". of a statute of ttla kingdom intended to at e-went ill dispored persons from involving it ia difficulty, by sobs itting wanton wnd lnjarious assaults 1 apon foreign nations wi'h which it is ' at pease, of .which her Majasty's Miniatsta ere invited to take cognizances of which they d take .cgnisBBse, so far aa to prepare ausearea of preysBtiea ; bnt whiah, by reasia cf cir- etunstatces wholly withht their owa control, tbey do not prevent iu season to save the joaV (coaTiflBBB os rouBTB rasa ii! ; Ti: