A dispatch from Oswego, New York, dated March 4th, says:
Mayor Grant has received a dispatch from Governor Fenton, stating that the War Department has received information from Halifax that the rebels in the Provinces are contemplating a raid on Oswego and Rochester.
A public meeting is to be held this afternoon, to take such steps as may be necessary.
Hugh McCulloch has been appointed Secretary of the Treasury, to succeed William Pitt Fessenden.
He is a native of Maine.
Congress remained in session during the whole of Friday night and up to noon on Saturday, when it expired by constitutional limitation.
The amended tax and tariff bills and all the important appropriation bills were passed.
The miscellaneous appropriation bill was lost.
President Lincoln is the first President since 1833--an interval of thirty-two years--who has been re-inaugurated.
General Jackson was the last President before Mr. Lincoln to be chosen a second time.