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Congressional. Washington, Dec. 5. --Senate.--Mr. Slidell, of La., took his seat. The Department reports were presented by the Vice President. Mr. Powell, of Ky., gave notice that he should introduce a resolution referring the President's Message to a special committee. Mr. Green, of Mo., offered a resolution instructing the Committee on Judiciary, to enquire into the expediency of establishing an armed police, between the free and slave States, for the better protection of property and more efficient execution of the fugitive slave law. Mr. Lane, of Oregon, addressed the Senate. He did not intend to make a speech, but desired to consider some of the questions now threatening the Union. It was not merely who had been elected President, but that he had been elected on a platform upheld in direct conflict with the Constitution, and which denied the equality of the States. If elected according to the letter of the Constitution, it was in opposition to the
Massachusetts Municipal elections. Fall River, Dec. 3. --E. A. Buffington, Republican, was re-elected Mayor to-day, with the entire Republican ticket for the City Council. New Bedford, Dec. 3.--Issac C. Tober, citizen's candidate, was elected Mayor, with a large majority of the City Council on the same ticket. Lawrence, Dec. 3.--Joseph R. Baker, Republican, was elected Mayor by 400 majority. The City Council is Republican. Springfield, Dec. 3.--The vote for Mayor to-day was a tie. Five Democratic and three Republican Aldermen were elected. The Common Council stands — Republicans, 14; Democrats, 4. Boston, Dec. 4.--James D. Green was reelected Mayor of Cambridge yesterday, by 16 plurality, over Mr. Sargent. In Chelsea, Frank B. Fay was elected by 342 majority.