LATEST mm BY TELEGRAPH LAST NIGHT. GREAT BATTLE AT PARIS The Insurgents Routed, with 12,000 Killed, Wounded and Missing. Severity to the Leaders and Leniency to their Dupes. THE VERSAILLES AU.UV SIRROODS runs. Congressional Intelligence GENERAL NEWS, More of the Connecticut Election. FOREIGN. London, 4. In the Commons last night, tho government announced a measHro extending tho ballot to Scot-: land. ' i Paris, 4. The Momteur says the zouaves repulsed the nationals in an j attack on Oastlo Meudon. The nationals' nation-als' loss was heavy. Colonel Bourgeois telegraphs to the Commune, at 11.15 a.m., that Bcr-geret Bcr-geret and Flourens had formed a junction junc-tion and marched on Versailles, and ; success was certain. Another dispatch j says, at two in the afternoon Duvall and Flourens formed a junction at Courbevoie. They were cannonaded j by Valerien, but the men were sheltered, shel-tered, and a concerted and successful movement was made, by which they passed the lino and marched on Ver-1 sailles. Bergeret had two horses killed. Communication with the outside out-side is cut off. Only peasants bringing bring-ing provisions are admitted. It is said Henry, commander of the Montrouge nationals, is dead. Flouquet and Lockroy resign their seats in the Assembly As-sembly and remain to share the sufferings suffer-ings of Paris. It is stated the Commune Com-mune will adopt the families of the fallen nationals. j London, 4. The Times' special says, a great battle was commenced at six in the morning by the nationals, under Bergeret, who at ten asked reinforcements rein-forcements from Paris. There was great animation in the bivouacs on j Sunday night, the men singing the "Marseillaise." and a chant "Denart a Versailles." The correspondent believes be-lieves that the battle, which wjs on a large scale, proved disastrous to the Communists. The unexpected cannonade cannon-ade of Valerien threw the nationals into confusion. It is asserted that the following is the eituation : Bergeret with 15,000 men to be completely cut I off; then Flourens to be purposely per-Imitted per-Imitted to effect a junction; and then Flourens and Bergeret, with 35,000 men must either surrender or fight at the greatest disadvantage. The Times correspondent says, there is an im- probable version of the affair, that i Flourens had reached Versailles. The Communists are demoralized and bo-ilieve bo-ilieve they are betiayed. The gens d1 amies treat the prisoners unmercifully. unmerci-fully. The Daily Keics dispatches confirm the rout of the insurgents, who proved great blustering cowards. The pontifical pontifi-cal zouaves shot all their prisoners instantly. The Telegraph's correspondent reports re-ports that he saw General Henry killed by a shell from Mont Valerien, and Bergeret' s carriage and horses were destroyed in the same manner. The men were thrown into a panic-stricken rout. Versailles, 4. The army of Versailles Ver-sailles surrounds Paris, and order elsewhere else-where in France is established. Xew York, 4. A special, dated Paris, 3d, evening, says, about four o'clock yesterday afternoon, after great preparations, the national insurgents commenced passing out of the Neuilly gate, in all 50,000 men, General Bergeret, Ber-geret, Flourens and Menotti Garibaldi commanding. It was understood that Fort Valerien would not fire. About six o'clock the artillery was all in front, and General Bergeret in advance with tan thousand men, when suddenly Valerien Va-lerien opened fire, killing commandant Henry. General Bergeret had just got out of his carriage, when the vehicle was smashed by a shell. The wildest scene followed. The troops tried to i retreat, and. the main body left Bergeret Berg-eret alone with 10,000 men. He tried to fight with field artillery against Valerien, Va-lerien, but it was useless. The Communists Com-munists got into the city, but Bergeret and his men are cut off and cannot pass Valerien. The main body escaped with the loss of one hundred, but Bergeret Berg-eret must lose a large number. Altogether there are over 12,000 killed, wounded and missing, including Ber-geret's Ber-geret's force. The Commune's troops now under arrest number 15,000. Tremendous Tre-mendous excitement prevails. Official, Versailles, April 4th, noon. Yesterday two corps of insurgents advanced towards Versailles, via Meudon and ChatlUon, and the other by way ofKueil. Both were routed with heavy loss, and Flourens was killed. The troops whose expected defection de-fection was the hopes of the insurgents, behaved nobly. The insurgents in forts Yanvres and Issy fired on the I troops to-day. The government forces have just attacked the insurgents, and a. speedy and complete success is anticipated. anti-cipated. In the Assembly to-day, M. Thiers said the government would deai i harshly with ring-leaders, but leniently 'with their dupes (applause). The rentes are advancing. I London, 4. The U. S. steamer j Worcester, from Boston with French relief, has arrived at Plymouth. Berlin, 4. General Von Goebenhas i arrived from Amiens and is closeted I with the Emperor.