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icable, whether any movement of arms or men has been made by the General Government to any fort or arsenal in or bordering upon Virginia, indicating a preparation for attack or coercion." beg leave to report-- That from information derived from such sources as were accessible to them, they are of opinion that there has been no movement of arms or men by the General Government, with any purpose of attack or coercion. In regard to Fortress Monroe, there is no doubt that since the 1st of January last it has been put in a better condition for defence against attack from all quarters, than at any time before. Guns have been mounted upon the land side, pointing inland, a portion of the fort which was before comparatively unprotected, and increased vigilance has been exercised in and around the fort. It was in evidence before your committee that the practicability of taking the post, in certain contingencies had been discussed in the neighborhood, and they are of opinion that noth
On the 1st of January there were over 8,000 Americans in Paris, many of whom are permanent residents. George P Criswell recently died near Mount Vernon, Mich., of congestion of the brain, superinduced by a violent tooth-ache. Hon. Martin J. Crawford. Commissioner from the Southern Confederacy, arrived at Washington Tuesday evening. A little boy died at Hartford. Conn., on Monday, from eating the phosphorous from the ends of matches. Lincoln was burnt in effigy at Hampden Sidney College. Va., on the 4th inst., amid a "calithumpian" serenade.