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Baltimore,March 4.--Arrived, schooner Ellen Goldsborough. Petersburg. Cleared, schr. W. L. Hern, Norfolk. Hampton Roads,March 5.--Arrived, ship Julia Lawrence, 118 days from Callao. Savannas,March 2.--Arrived, schr. J. T. Messenger, Norfolk. Cleared, schr. Culpeper, Norfolk. Boston,March 2.--Cleared, schrs. R. H. Huntley, Norfolk: Cerito, City Point. New York,March 4.--Cleared, schr. Lydia Aun, Petersburg. Arrived, schr. F. Merwin, Norfolk.
Another speech from the PresidentAddresses of Gen. Scott and Ex-Sec'y Holt. Washington, March 5. --Several State delegations called on Mr. Lincoln this morning to pay their respects. The most prominent among them were those from Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. The former (as did the latter,) assembled in the East-room, and upon the President making his appearance, Hon. Charles F. Train, on behalf of the delegation, said Massachusetts had read his Inaugural and would stand by it, and from none would it meet with a more cordial support than from the Old Bay State. Mr. Lincoln replied substantially as follows: I am thankful for this renewed assurance of the kind feeling and confidence of the Old Bay State, in so far as you. Mr. Chairman, have expressed it on behalf of those you represent. Your sanction of what I have enunciated in my Inaugural, is very grateful to my feelings. The subject was one of great delicacy. In presenting views at the opening of an adminis
extent in South Carolina that only slave States can be admitted to the Confederacy, is repudiated by the controlling men, and by the majority of the Congress. The Constitution will provide for the admission of free States, of course with suitable guaranties. Full powers will be given to the Congress to levy duties on imports and exports. The tariff recently enacted will immediately be amended, and will probably be made to impose an export duty of one per cent. on cotton, tobacco and rice. The duties on most imports will be fixed at ten per cent., and these rates will be made to take effect on January 1, 1862. Meats, breadstuffs, tea, coffee and jewelry will be admitted free. [second Dispatch.] Montgomery, Ala.,March 5.--The flag for the Confederate States has been definitely determined upon, and it was hoisted over the Capitol at 4 o'clock this afternoon. It originated with the committee. Mr. Mallory, of Florida, has been confirmed Secretary of the Navy.
Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet. Washington, March 5. --The Senate, during a secret session of an hour and a half to-day, confirmed the following Cabinet appointments, submitted by Mr. Lincoln: Secretary of State--Wm. H. Seward, of New York. Secret'y of the Treasury — Salmon P. Chase, of Ohio. Secretary of War--Simon Cameron, of Pa. Secretary of the Navy--Gideon Wells, of Ct. Postmaster General--Montgomery Blair, of Maryland. Secretary of the Interior--C. B. Smith, of Indiana. Attorney General--Edward Bates, of Mo. The vote was unanimous for all the appointments except Bates and Blair. In their cases four or five votes were cast against each, because the Republicans were unwilling that any representatives from slave States should get into the Cabinet. A large crowd assembled around the doors, anxious to hear the result of the Executive session.
From Washington. Washington, March 5. --Maj. Anderson, up to the 4th of March, has continued to speak of his condition as safe, and expressed the opinion that reinforcements had better not be sent him. Drafts drawn by Secretary Dix on the Assistant Treasurer at New Orleans, to pay for the work on the Custom-House there, and drafts by the Postmaster-General on the same officer, for postal service, amounting to about $300,000, have been returned unpaid. The resignation of Mr. Preston, Minister to Spain, was filed this morning. A large number of Kentuckian and Indianian are here urging the promotion of Maj. Anderson as Brigadier-General, vice Twiggs. Capt. Day, of Virginia, Aid to Gen. Scott, has resigned. Some of the most prominent leading gentlemen from the Senate, directly after the delivery of the Inaugural, telegraphed the Governor of South Carolina and other States, not to attack the forts in possession of the Federal troops, but await definite ins
From Central America. New York, March 5. --The steamer Northern Light, from Aspinwall on the 26th, has arrived. The New Granadian Government does not ratify the treaty with the United States, saying that it is a match for either the Northern or Southern Confederacies. No tidings had been received from the Levant.
The North Carolina election. Raleigh, N. C., March 5. --Returns from 62 counties show the election of 65 Union and 33 Disunion candidates. The vote with regard to a Convention will require official returns to decide the majority for or against.
Northern Markets. Baltimore, March 5. --Flour dull and heavy — Howard street and Ohio quoted at $5.25--no sales; City Mills $5. Wheat firm — white $1.40@1.65; red $1.25@1.30. Corn active and firm — yellow 58@50; white 63@66 Provisions dull and unchanged.--Coffee firm at 12 ¼@13 ¼. Whiskey firm