. Putnam, of N. Y., Geo. P. Marsh, of Vt., and Anson Burlingame, of Mass., are all looking after it.
"Petoubun" (Peep-of-Day,) is the name of a newspaper, in the Chippewa language, just started at Sarnia, by the Rev. Thomas Huriburt.
The London Sporting Life says that Tom Sayers will leave England on the 10th day of April next, for the United States.
The convicts in the penitentiary of Mississippi are engaged in manufacturing tents for the army of the State.
Mr. Lincoln will give his first public reception at the White House on Friday evening next.
The dwelling of Lewis Cooke, in Monroe county, Va., was destroyed by fire on the 24th ult.
Jno. O'Neal has been sent to the chain-gang at Memphis, Tennessee, for vending obscene works.
The twenty-five public libraries of Boston contain 307,242 volumes.
The Hon. J. A. Parker, the new United States Consul, has arrived at Honolulu.
R. H. Glass, Postmaster at Lynchburg, Va. has resigned his office.