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Northern news Jackson, April 18. --A special to the Appeal gives news from the Chicago Times of the 27th Preparations were being made at Washington to enforce the Conscript act. The transmission of important news below Cairo in prohibited. There was great excitement at Nashville, inconsequence of an apprehended attack by Gen. VanDorn. All the employees in the departments were armed by order of Gen. Rosecrans. Lincoln says that, notwithstanding the defeat at Charleston, he will keep "pegging away. " The fleet must return to co-operate with the land forces A company of 113 negroes has been raised by Fred Douglas, for a negro regiment in Ohio. All the Monitors have returned to Port Royal, except the Ironsides and a few blockaders, which still remain off Charleston.