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he appearance of a lump of isinglass. He informs us that it was discovered a few miles from this city, in Lee county. When ground into powder, it has the exact taste of the common sea-water salt. It is thought that there is a large mine on the premises, embedded in the earth. The lump before us-was dug from a lime sink. Miscellaneous. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Williams are playing at the Walnut street theatre, and Mr and Mrs. John Drew at the Arch street, Philadelphia. Lieut. Col. James Kearney, of the United States topographical engineers, died in Georgetown, D. C., on the 10th inst., in the 78th year of his age. Late English papers state that the privateer Nashville, was still at Southampton, but the British Government had forbid her to arm. A portion or the household effects of General Buckner, of the Confederate army, has been sold at Louisville to pay city taxes. Secretary Smith, of the Interior Department, will, it is said, be appointed a Judge of the