rtificate of Silver Medal.
To Register & Webb, of Baltimore, for case of Steam Gauges, Whistles, Oil Cooks, and Globe Valves, exhibited by Messrs. Williams & Elliott, Silver Medal.
Class no. 5.-- Sewing Machines.
To Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines, Silver Medal.
To the Lester Manufacturing Company, for Sewingachine, Silver Medal.
Class no. 39.-- Carriages, Buggies, &c.
To Geo. A. Ainslie, for Buggy and Carriage, Certificate of Silver Medal.
To Williams & Elliott, for Carriage Makers Supplies, First Class Diploma.
Class no. 40.-- Flour.
To H. S. Holliday, for superior Family Flour, First--Class Diploma.
Class nr Machine, Second Class Diploma.
Class no. 46.-- Miscellaneous.
To J. K. Sedgwick, a lad 12 years old, for Specimens of Penmanship, Gold Pen.
To Robert Elliott, of Hanover, for Paving Bricks.
To Wm Baker &Co, for Fancy Glass Blowing, a Silver Medal.
To H. M. Smith, for a Well Fixture,
acture of a gun to carry a ball 300 pounds in weight.--The trials with these huge pieces of ordnance cannot fall to be looked for with great interest, as the largest shot hitherto used in battering iron targets is 126 pounds, at a minimum distance of 200 yards.
Traitors in Mains. Secretary Seward has addressed to the Governor of Maine the following letter: Department of State, Washington, Oct. 4, 1861.
Governor:--Application has been made to the President for the release of Robert Elliott, a political prisoner held in custody at Fort Lafayette.
The evidence taken in his case shows that he had not only conceived the purpose of treasonable co-operation in the State of Maine with the insurrectionary citizens arrayed in arms in other States for the overthrow of the Government and the Union, but that he had even gone to the extreme length of getting up an unlawful force to operate, in Maine, against the lawful action of the State and of the Federal Government Mis associat