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Progress of the Revolution. Affairs at Washington — war Movements — Hamlin on the crisis — the U. S. Flag raised in Baltimore — events in the South, &c., &c. By the Northern train last evening we received New York papers of Tuesday, Baltimore papers of Wednesday, and Washington and Alexandria papers of the latest date. Washington News. The Alexandria Gazette has the following: Washington,May 1.--The disbursing agent of the United States Treasury in this city was yesterday put in a very uncomfortable position. He was unable to procure cash on a Government draft on the Sub-Treasury at New York. Not one single Bank or Banker in Washington would touch New York. Government employees consequently cannot be paid, and great inconvenience is experienced by the interested ones. Lane's command are thoroughly organized, and make the rounds of the city regularly. The enrollment of volunteers goes on briskly; nearly the whole available force of the ci
Position of Canada. Toronto, May 1. --The Leader (the Government organ) fears that Canada may become involved in the United States difficulties, and advises an armed neutrality. It also suggests that the Canadian Government represent to the Imperial authorities the expediency of sending six or eight regiments of the line for the protection of the frontier.
Death of Bishop Onderdonk. New York, May 1. --Bishop Onderdonk died on Tuesday.
Seizure of powder. Boston, May 1. --The brig St. Mary, with 500 kegs of powder, was seized to-day.