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and that Gen. Vidaurri has refused to deliver Comfort up. Comfort has published a manifesto declaring his intention to remain in the country, despite "my lord Cardinal" Benito Juarez. The matter threatens a difficulty, if Juarez had any force, but he is at present shut up in the city of Mexico, surrounded by Marquez, Meja, Zuloaga, and Cajigas. If he sustains himself at home, he will do well. Recognition of the Southern Confederacy. By an arrival from Tampico, the Flag, of the 14th ult., was also put in possession of the following official document from the custom-house at Tampico: Maritime Custom-House, Tampico. Tamaulipas.--Republic of Mexico, General Treasury of the Nation. First section--The chief officer in charge of the Department of Finance, communicates the following superior order to this General Treasury: In an official communication dated the 4th inst., his Excellency the Minister of Relations and Government informs me of the following: His Exc
Old Harvey brown dead. The Montgomery Mail, of the 6th instant, says: There has been a rumor upon our streets several days that Col. Brown, of Fort Pickens, has died of a wound received in the late fight below Pensacola. Passengers up from that city this morning, say the report is firmly believed, but not positively known to be true. Rich Scenes Occurring among the Lincoln soldiery. The following article which we take from the Columbus (Ky.) Confederate News, of the 14th inst., shows with what prominence the negro question figures in the Lincoln movements in Kentucky: There is at Fort Holt a regiment commanded by Col. Cook, and another commanded by Col. Johnson,--the former Abolition, the latter Southern Illinoisan, and nearly honest enough to belong to the Southern army. It fell out a few days since that a runaway slave was pursued into the camp by a Union man, with an order from Gen. Grant for his surrender. Notice being had of this, the fellow was