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Our State Legislature election States Senator this session in Anthony Kennedy. There are prominent gentlemen in the field dates. There are Hon. Henry Hon. Reverdy Johnson, and Swann, formerly Mayor of Baltimore Davis will make a strong fight, not surprise me to find either Mr. Mr. Johnson triumphant. A nobler patriotMr. Johnson triumphant. A nobler patriot lives not the Johnson. He stands exalted tion's proudest sons — would life, if necessary, to save his Swann I believe to be equally anything be said against the ness of Mr. Davis Mr. Kennedy sent Senator, has some hopes but having already had a press at political life in the United States may yield for others. There willJohnson. He stands exalted tion's proudest sons — would life, if necessary, to save his Swann I believe to be equally anything be said against the ness of Mr. Davis Mr. Kennedy sent Senator, has some hopes but having already had a press at political life in the United States may yield for others. There will be quite a struggle for this highest Departure of Mason Ani Boston, January 1. --The light left Fort Warren at elev morning, with the traitors Mason and their Secretaries, for where they will be transferred steamer Rinaldo, now lying then The British war steamer Boston, January 1. --The British
Reported Movements of the enemy. The city was full of rumors yesterday relating to the incursions of the enemy in Western Virginia; but we could gather nothing from official sources in confirmation of the reports. Our advices from Alleghany Mountain are as late as January 1st, at which time all was quiet in that neighborhood. We learn that Colonel Johnson says he can hold his position, but apprehends some danger that his supplies may be cut off by the enemy getting in his rear. The reports from the Peninsula inform us that the enemy has been threatening a demonstration in that direction; that our lower pickets have been driven in, and that a large body of Federals advanced upon Bethel, burning such property as remained there. There is doubtless some reason to believe that an attack upon Gen. Magruder's lines is in contemplation. A dispatch has been received from Gen. Lee, stating that the enemy has left the mainland and gone back to Port Royal Island.--The Yankee de