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OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES.
Rumors About a Battle near Richmond.
GEN. POPE IN FULL COMMAND.
The Conservatives Again Express their views.
UNION ELECTION VICTORY IN MEMPHIS.
[Special Dispatches to the Whig and Republican.]

CHICAGO, June 30,

The morning papers publish indefinite hints of great fighting in front of Richmond. One report is that the rebel Jackson had turned McClellan's left wing, but the Times says: "We have intelligence which we are not permitted to publish, of important movements by General McClellan in front of Richmond, the results of which it is believed will insure the speedy fall of that capitol.

These movements are of surpassing military splendor, and will, with those which will follow, distinguish McClellan as the great captain of the age."

What the Times' intelligence here referred is we have no means of knowing.

SENATE. — On Saturday refused to concur in House confiscation bill, and passed its own, a more moderate measure.

Gen. Pope entered upon his new command in Virginia on Saturday.

Fremont has certainly resigned, being indignant at having an officer inferior to him in rank appointed over him.

Mrs. Gen. Scott died in Paris, recently, aged 72 years.

There was a meeting of "conservatives" in Congress on Saturday, who resolved in favor of prosecuting the war to a successful issue, and then stopping it; also, that the States, upon the suppression of the rebellion, should repossess and exercise the rights secured to them by the Constitution.

The city election in Memphis on Thursday last was a Union victory.