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From Corinth

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Parent Issue
Day
30
Month
May
Year
1862
Copyright
Public Domain
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Eefure Gorinth, May 27. Gen. Iíalleck has ssued an ordr jrohibiting skkrnishing, Piekets on eaoh side aro now friendy and witliin conversing distancie, vhich they irnprove. Last aight íive ebei?, inclüdiug oue sergeaut, cuino uver to our liues. Our forcea are w'ilbkl two milos of .lio rubel works, mul ai isoiiiu placas our leavy gaos are witliin bu t tering disanoe, bnt liiu dense woudlanda interveñing prevent etthei' party i'rom opanng tire. Omnp rumorssíty Vicksbarg had surendered, aid tbul our Heet id en route ;o Memptiis, Tho reporter of (.lio Associated Presa at Jlalleck's lieadquarters saya all Lhe (Joriiitiiiun newe telegraphüd from Chicago, derived vía Cairo, íor some timo past, is utterly without fouadation. No onggoinent of the least consequtiDce has oceurred in Corinth or vicinity u p to 11:30 last evcning. The Savannah News oí Iho 17Üi says two Yankee steaniera opened fire with shot and shell on Bañen on Friday. - No damagB, The Mobilo Regisier oí the 22d says all is qtiiet at Fort Morgan. It publishea a correspotidence iii relation to the demandad surrender of Vioksburg. The Vickwburg Citizen of the 20th, says son, e Federáis lainJud al Warrenton, and liad a few skirmwhes. üov. Shorter, of Alabaina, culled out all the male populatiou not subjectcd to the coüscription luw, for a State guard.

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Subjects
Old News
Michigan Argus