e as Postmaster at Norfolk, Va.
Edward Everett has taken charge of a fund of $100,000, to be raised in Massachusetts, for the "long persecuted" loyalists of East Tennessee.
Mr. Baldwin, of Mass., was called to order in the Yankee Congress last week for speaking of ex- President Buchanan as "that miserable man."
The Herald wants to know if it took so many millions in other days to subdue one Florida indian how much and how long it will take to subjugate the "Irish- Seminole Billy Bowlegs Finnegan" now there.
The Nashville Union is requested "by the highest authority' to announce the no more passes will be granted to the wives and families of officers to the front of any of the armies in that theatre of operations.
A private letter from Havana dated March 1, received in Baltimore, states that the gunboat DeSoto was in the dry dock there.
The blockade runners and secessionists in Havana had threatened to burn the vessel, and also threatened the officers with vio