ave planted Western or sack corn, and there are fears that it will prove an entire failure.
The General Miramon, from Havana, the 13th, reports that the United States Consulate refuses to give clearances to vessels for ports in the seceding States.
In New York city and Brooklyn many first class houses are occupied free of rent, and others are had for the taxes.
There are four widow ladies in Culpeper, Va., who have nineteen sons in the Army of the Confederate States.
Richard Green, an enterprising citizen of Baltimore county, Md. is dead.
He was extensively engaged in the iron business.
M. Clackner has been arrested in Baltimore, charged with being engaged in the flight on the 19th of April.
President Davis, with his wife, visited the army at Pensacola on the 15th inst., and dined with Gen. Bragg.
A Rev. Mr. Sweat was recently arrested in Tallapoosa, Ala., for stealing a horse.
Flour from new wheat has been ground as the Palace Mills, Columbus