CHAMBERSBURG, PA., October 14, 1863-4. 40 p. m. (Received 6. 30 p. m.)
Major General H. W. HALLECK,
I have eleven companies of six-months' infantry between this place and Philadelphia. I think they would go readily where ordered. Ten companies of six-months' cavalry are on the border. About one-third of teh infantry and cavalry are away now. The Tenth New Jersey is ordered to Harrisburg from Pottsville.
D. N. COUCH,
CLARKSBURG, W. VA., October 14, 1863. (Received 10. 35 p . m.)
Brigadier General G. W. CULLUM,
Chief of Staff:
I ordered Brigadier-General Sullivan, now in command at Harper's Ferry, to order all extra stores and baggage from Martinsburg to Harper's Ferry. If cars have been ordered to remove stores from Harper's Ferry, I presume it is a mistake. I have ordered General Sullivan not to remove stores from Harper's Ferry. He reports this a. m. no enemy in sight.
B. F. KELLEY,
NEW YORK, October 14, 1863-10. 30 a. m. (Received 11. 40 a. m.)
Honorable E. M. STANTON,
Secretary of War:
Orders were given yesterday morning to prepare transportation by water, but changed last evening upon the receipt of the telegram from teh General-in-Chief, and all will now be sent by rail. The changes to the harbor were made last night and yesterday, and I will be able to send about 3,000 more in the course of to-day.
ED. R. S. CANBY,
ALBANY, N. Y., October 14, 1863. (Received 12. 05 a. m., 15th.)
Governor Seymour directs me to inform you that he has ordered all the volunteer troops in this State to New York; thence to Wash-