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siastical character; and to impress favorably the minds of the people of Ireland and France towards the Union, he had used his best energies. Miscellaneous. Rev. James H. Crooke, colored, was shot and killed at West Farms, N. Y., on the 24th inst., by Mary H. Hodges, also colored, whom he had seduced. He was "emancipated" from this world's troubles before the "proclamation." Dr. Mackay, the New York correspondent of the London Times, says of the President of the United States that he writes English "that passes muster in America, but that would not be tolerated in a British school for young gentlemen." Rev. Mr. Bosserman and family, of Richmond, have arrived in Baltimore. It was rumored at Fortress Monroe, on Friday, that a rebel force, numbering from 18,000 to 20,000, was in the vicinity of Black water river. A collision occurred near York, Pa, on the 25th, killing some of the 32d Ohio, paroled at Harper's Ferry, and on their way to fight the Indians.