at the Relay c House, on the Baltimore and Ohio road, by the federal officers.
Governor Hicks, with others, endeavored to have him released on security, but this was refused, and he was placed under guard.--Philadelphia Press, May 15.
Governor Andrew, in an address to the t two branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts, delivered to-day, says :--
This is no war of sections,--no war of North on South.
It is waged to avenge no former wrongs, nor to perpetuate ancient griefs or memll sift and try this people, all who lead and all who follow.
But this trial, giving us a heroic present to revive our past, will breathe the inspiration of a new life into our national character and reassure the destiny of the Republic.
Governoe Andrew's address is printed is full in the Boston Transcript, May 14.
A schooner was seized at the wharf in Baltimore, by a United States officer.
She had a number of pikes, manufactured by Winans, and Minie rifles on board.
She was taken o