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t, threw a film of shadow over the broad countenance of the public. " A letter from New York, dated May 19th says "the town was in a very bad humor all the morning. The unsatisfactory telegram about the mishap to our gunboats up the James river was productive of a very general diffusion of blues. That class of people who always prefer the gloomy side of a picture were certain that the affair was a regular 'skedaddle,' and that the prestige of the Monitor was gone." The Rev. Dr. Bothune, of the Reformed Dutch Church, is dead. The movements of the Eastern and Western armies, for prudential motives, will be kept very quiet for the next three or four days, unless, in the meantime, a decisive battle takes place. It is estimated that over 500 vessels will sail for the Southern ports by the 1st of June.--There will be at least 200 clearances for cargoes of ice. Lincoln has repudiated Gen. Hunter a proclamation, and that officer, it is said, will probably resign.