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Supreme Court on the 14th. The New Haven Clock Company makes 686 clocks per day--250,000 per year. The painting of the glass doors is a secret. Joshua Lee was killed in Wirt county, Va., a few days since, in an affray with Kingsbury Dulin, his son-in-law. Julius A. Dargan, a member of the South Carolina State Convention, died on the 10th inst. Hon. Horatio Fitch, Secretary of the Hartford and New Haven Railroad Company, died at Hartford, Conn., on the 13th inst. Col. Ellsworth, of Chicago, has received a Lieutenancy in the army, made vacant by resignation. The Rev. Dr. Rice, of Chicago has accepted the call of Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Chapel in this city. The Asbury Church, Md., has seceded from the Philadelphia Conference. John T. Haldeman, of Pennsylvania, has been nominated as Minister to Sweden. Hon. Tom Corwin has declined the Mexican mission. The County Court of Louisa, Va., has voted $6,000 to arm the military of the county.