Last Night’s Report.

                                                                                WASHINGTON ITEMS.

                                             HOW WASHINGTON SPECIAL DISPATCHES ARE MADE.       

                                                               REPORTED FIGHT NEAT PENSACOLA.   

                                                                  Wilson’s Zouaves said to be eat up.

                                                                       MISSOURI LEGISLATURE.             

                                                                     LATER FROM CALIFORNIA.

                                                                    EMIGRATION FROM TEXAS.

                                                                       Excitement in Washington

                                                                             FALSE ALARM                                                 


                                                                                                                                                                                        New York, Oct. 12.

              A special dispatch to the Post, dated Washington Oct. 12 says: Several stampedes of slave have occurred in Worcester county, Maryland.

              Lieut. Bliss, who has just arrived here from the camp at Lewisville, reported that everything was quiet at the post to-day.

              It is understood that secretary Cameron’s journey to St. Louis has been undertaken for the purpose of arriving at a correct conclusion concerning the state of affairs in the Western Department.

              The rebel privateer Dixie is ascertained to have been a Maryland vessel, formerly a trader.


"Last Night's Report," Cleveland (OH) Herald, October 14, 1861, p. 1.

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