ssau, after unsuccessful efforts to run the blockade.
Richmond is again reported to be in process of evacuation, shipping blown up, and all that sort of thing.
Franklin W. Smith, a Boston merchant, has been convicted by court-martial of frauds in the quality of articles furnished to the Government, and sentenced to two years imprisonment and twenty-five thousand dollars fine.
The Canada authorities have succeeded in arresting another of the Chesapeake pirates, named Sinus Seely.
Professor Wm. C. Bond, astronomical director of Harvard University, died on Friday of consumption.
The Rev. R. O. Kellogg, formerly Professor at the Lawrence University, Wisconsin, recently became insane after some revival labors at Fort Atkinson.
He was taken to the Insane Asylum at Madison, and during the night dashed his head against the wall with such force as to cause his death.
The mother of Mrs. Admiral Farragut died at Norfolk, Virginia, on Thursday.