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uisiana, was formed to promote a concert of action among the Southern States, and organize Minute Men and Volunteer Companies throughout the State. Jackson, Nov. 24.--The Congressmen of this State met here to-day, and unanimously declared in favor of a Southern Confederacy.--There appears to be great disunion enthusiasm throughout the State. Washington, Nov. 24.-- Information was received here this morning that Capt. Meigs, of the Engineer Corps, who has now the charge of the Fort at Tortugas, Florida, having heard that the disunionists in that region contemplated a raid upon his fort, applied to the commander of one of the ships-of-war on the coumbers, should be seen on the bridge leading from the mainland to the fort, a fire of shell should be opened upon the bridge for its destruction. Nashville, Nov. 24.--A call upon the Governor has been published asking him to convene the Legislature to provide for a conference by convention with the Southern States. John
ort of Richmond, November 25.high Water this day (Tuesday) 3 ΒΌ o'clock. Sailed, Steamship Roanoke, Couch, New York, mdze. and passengers. Dudlam & Watson. Schr. Maria Jane, Jones, down the river, light. Schr. S. P. Hawes, Mason, D. C., coal, W. D. Colquitt & Co. Schr. Amazon, Warren, down the river, light. Baltimore, Nov. 25.--Arrived, schr. Mist, Norfolk. Cleared, schr. Toru, Richmond. Venice, Nov. 2.--Arrived, ship John Griffin, Richmond. New York Nov. 24.--Cleared, schrs. Danville, Richmond; A. Stewart, Norfolk; Leroy, do. Boston.Nov. 23.--Arrived, schr. J. Achorn, Richmond. [by Telegraph.] Norfolk, Nov. 26. --The schr. Mary McNear, 110 days from Chincha Islands, has arrived in Hampton Roads. Passengers per Steamship Yorktown, Parrish, master from New York: P. L. Valory, J. L. Nicholson, Mrs J. F. Clough. Mrs McCracken and child Miss C. A. Lacy, P. C. Royce, J. Ketchum, Mrs J. Williams, John Williams, Geo. W. Wood,
Severe gale at Buffalo. Buffalo, Nov. 24. --The wind commenced Snowing heavily from the west about one o'clock this morning, accompanied with rain, which, before daylight changed to snow. The gale has continued to increase in violence, and is now raging fearfully. Its effect on the lakes must prove very disastrous, as there are not far from one hundred vessels between here and Chicago, several of which have passed Detroit and are probably on Lake Erie.--The blinding snow storm renders it impossible for vessels to make this port. The damage to the shipping in the port will be quite heavy, many vessels having been torn from their moorings and dashed against each other. The storm is confined almost entirely to Lake Erie.
The Pony Express. St. Joseph, Nov. 24. --The extra Pony express, which left Fort Kearney on Wednesday, November 7, with the election news, arrived in Salt Lake City in three days and four hours--distance, nine hundred and fifty miles. The last forty-five miles was made in three hours and ten minutes, and this forty-five miles of the route is the most mountainous of the whole road. The regular Pony express, leaving St. Joseph on the 8th inst., arrived at Salt Lake, distance twelve hundred miles, in four days and twenty-three hours. It had been snowing for thirty-six hours when the pony left Salt Lake City.
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Disaster to the Lake Steamer City of Cleveland. Cleveland, Nov. 24. --The steamer City of Cleveland, from Lake Superior, arrived tonight, leaking, with the loss of one wheel, and she had to throw out to-day fifty tons copper are from the Pewabic mine, thirty barrels copper ingots from the Wyandotte, and fifty-eight tons pig iron. Total value, $30,000. The copper ore is insured. Some flour in her hold is damaged. A small vessel, name unknown, went to pieces on the coast a few miles west of here.--Crew saved.
Gale at the West. Oswego, Nov. 24. --A mild rain last evening changed to a cold snow storm before this morning. The thermometer indicates now 24 degrees. The cold is increasing, and the wind blowing a terrible gale from the west. Considerable snow has fallen at Ogdensburg and Watertown, but not much here.