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Cameron Endeavors to cheer Lincoln's friends. Washington, July 23. --The Secretary of war telegraphs, in reply to a dispatch from the New York Union Defence Committee, as follows: "To cheer our friends to active exertions, that we may speedily retrieve our misfortunes, we are making more vigorous efforts to concentrate a large and irresistible army at this point. Many regiments are advancing. The works on the South bank of the Potomac are being well manned. The Capitol is safe. [Signed.] Simeon Cameron."
cently from the North by the feat flag of truce boat which has reached that city: The report of the resignation of Cameron had scarcely reached us, before news is born to us of the resignation of other member of the Cabinet at Washington. It is now reported that Welles, Secretary of the Navy, and Smith, Secretary of the Interior, have followed the example of Cameron and throws their commissions. In other words, ill. Cameron, being fully convinced that the ship must sink, they have gatCameron, being fully convinced that the ship must sink, they have gathered up as much of her treasure as possible, and forsaken her. Their places will be filled it is said, by Mr. Colfax, of Indiana, and Mr. Holt, of Kentucky The report which reached us that Humphrey Marshall had cut up the Yankees is corf corrf the Treasury, died in Washington on the 18th instant of hemorrhage. The confirmation of the appointment of General Simeon Cameron as Minister to Russia was deferred by the Senate on the 15th inst. At a sale of Sea Island cotton in New Yor