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port, are to be quartered South of the Potomac. They have become a nuisance. Senator Congress, of California, has presented Lincoln with an "elegant, gold headed hickory cane, formerly owned by the late Senator Broderick. The Washington Government has determined to close the port of Wilmington, N. C., at any expense, and such swift steamers as can be spared are being sent to that point. Major Myers, chief of the. U. S. Signal Corps, has been relieved and exiled to Memphis, Tenn. Richard Liddell, Lemuel C. Mathews, and Henry J. Cooper, arraigned in Baltimore for having Confederate scrip in their possession, were discharged upon showing that the whole of it was counterfeit. Lt. Budd recently drew $28,318 as his individua share of the capture of three blockade-running ships — the Memphis, Britannia, and Victory. A profitable business. General Foster, who succeeds General Burnside, will reach Knoxville in a day or two. Gen. Burnside is ill with dysemery.