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last week Hon. Chas. H. Clark (son of the present Governor of Texas) said he was with Gen. Houston in his last moments and he died with the "good old flag" about him It has not before been stated that he was dead. At St. Stephens, New Brunswick, the Herald. the only paper published in that province that favored the Federal cause, was mobbed on the 28th and the type thrown into the river. The funeral of ex-President Van Buren was largely attended. Gov. Morgan, of New York; Hon. Governor Kemble, and others were mourners at Kinderhook on the occasion. Gen. Sherman, at Memphis, has ordered that no more gold shall be paid for cotton, and venders refusing current funds shall forfeit half their cotton. Thomas Comer, a well-known actor and musician, died on Monday evening at the Broomfield House, Boston, aged 72 years. The Rev. Messrs. Ford, Baldwin, and Elliott, of Nashville, were sent to the Indiana penitentiary on the 29th. A man, for "advocating Jeff. Davis