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he has demanded that they shall be returned. The Secretary of War and the Secretary of State have graciously condescended to access to his request. Confiscation of Northern property at the South, etc. Washington, Nov. 19. --Intelligence has just been received of the confiscation of a considerable amount of property in South Carolina belonging to Northern citizens, among whom is included Hiram Walbridge, of New York. The guards have been withdrawn from the residence of Judge Merrick, who has resumed his seat on the Circuit Court bench. John R. Myrick has been appointed Second Lieutenant of the Third Artillery. Troops tendered to the Government. Washington, Nov. 19. --Tender of troops continue to be made to the War Department, and it is probable that before the meeting of Congress the half million of men authorized to be accepted will be supplied. Offers of additional regiments of cavalry are declined, owing to a sufficiency of that branch of the a