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The funeral service for the late Bishop Onderdork was celebrated at Trinity Church, N. Y., Wednesday, Over one hundred clergymen, all robed in white surplices, were present, and the church was crowded in every part. Lieut. A. Jackson, of the U. S. Cavalry, adopted grandson of Tennessee's honored soldier, Old Hickory, has resigned his commission, and is now on his way to Montgomery, to wield his sword in defence of Southern soil. Bernard Hooe, Esq., late Assistant Chief Clerk in the Pension Office in Washington, who has been in that office for sixteen years past, resigned his position on the 27th ult., and returned to his native State. A person named Joshua Aley, has been arrested at Rensselaerville, N. Y., charged with causing the death of Miss Antoinette Converse, by producing an abortion. The Bank of North Carolina has declared a dividend of 4 per et., payable the 1st Monday in June.
this secession is the repudiation of debts. It is a common remark amongst the Southerners that one of them can whip ten Yankees, and if any person wishes to argue that point with them he is advised before doing so to make his will. From conversations heard by a gentleman just arrived and whose statement is reliable, we learn that in Lynchburg and vicinity there was an army concentrated of fifty thousand men. This was a week ago. The Pony Express, with San Francisco dates to the 27th ult., passed Fort Kearney on Tuesday afternoon. The news of the attack on, and evacuation of, Fort Sumter had been received in San Francisco, and caused a marked effect in business circles. The insurance agents were refusing to negotiate insurance on gold shipped for the East. A meeting of bankers had been held to take some action on this subject, but nothing definite had transpired. In consequence of the vast war preparations in the South, the Northern papers vehemently urge the neces