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e would be to let the President deal with the unconstitutional acts of Congress. He has the wisdom and courage for the crisis, and will not fear the responsibility. A Doubtful report. The Yankee papers have a dispatch from Cairo, dated May 3d, based on a rumor from Com. Footo's flotilla, which says: "From the fleet we learn of the capture of Baton Rouge and the Confederate Arsenal." The Price Brig Amy Warwick Boston, Friday, May 2. --The prize brig Amy Warwick was sold, tde Cuba captured a schooner from Charleston, S. C., loaded with cotton, which was destined for Key West. Two other schooners, with assorted cargoes for the Southern trade, were also taken, and are now on their way to New York. Philadelphia, May 3.--The rebel steamer Bermuda, which sailed from Liverpool about the first of April for Bermuda, was captured on Sunday last, off the Hole in the Wall, by the steamer Mercedita, Commander Sellidagen. She was brought here to day in charge of Prizema