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. On the contrary, many of them wish him in Davy Jones's locker; or, it not there, that he will go from Nassau to Halifax, or anywhere than to New York, though, at the same they say that if chance should really back here they would have no to "stand by him." The reception are understood to be in communication with a high official functionary at Albany on the subject, but his views as to what ought to be done when Vallandigham arrives have not yet been disclosed. The action of Governor Parker of New Jersey, in recalling the regiment dispatched from that State to Harrisburg, to the rebel invasion, is the occasion of much remark in military and political circles. The ing opinion is, that the Governor need not have been in so unseemly a hurry to master the men out of the service, seeing that, even while he was writing the proclamation to that effect, the Harrisburg telegrams must have informed him that the danger of a rebel invasion was now more threatening than ever. G