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y." Among the more violent are the Albany Argus, the Patterson (N. J.) Register, the Dubuque (Iowa) Herald, and the Hartford Times. Two important accessions have been made to the rebel Navy at Mobile, in the shape of a couple of row-boats. They are each thirty-seven feet long, nine feet beam, and three and a half feet depth of hold. They carry twenty oarsmen and four officers, and are armed with a howitzer and twenty-four muskets. The city of New Bedford, Mass., which, on the 6th of November last, contained half a dozen or more Wide-Awake Clubs, numbering three or four hundred men each, has not enlisted a single company for the war. New Bedford has twenty thousand inhabitants, and is one of the richest and strongest Republican towns in Massachusetts, but as yet she has furnished no men, nor given any money to sustain the Government it contributed so enthusiastically to establish. Gen. M'Clellan's latest Orders. Headq'rs Army of the Potomac, Washington, Sept. 30, 1861
The Congressional election. The election for members of Congress takes place on the 6th of November, and though we have not yet had the usual evidences of political excitement, the number of competing candidates will give a lively aspect to the contest. In this district, the citizens have an opportunity of selecting from a list of five, namely: John Tyler, George W. Randolph, James Lyons, William H. Macfarland, and Baker P. Lee. There may yet be other announcements, but it is presumed that this list will furnish the representation in Congress.