on the evening of the 2d inst., and was buried on the 4th of March--It was the largest funeral ever seen in New Orleans; over six thousand persons attended, and the cortege was over one mile in length, Gen. Banks kindly extended to the family the steamboat Nebraska to convey the remains a few mills up the river, to her father's plantation.
The body was followed to the leaves by thousands of ladies, who wished to take a last farewell of one who was loved and esteemed by all.
Lieut. Col. James Sanderson, of New York city.
Just returned from Richmond, was sent to Fort Warren Monday night on the charge, lately made, of betraying the plot to the rebels which the Federal prisoners conceived to escape from the Libby prison.
A National Bank has been opened at Norfolk, Va.
Two full regiments of colored troops left St. Louis on Monday last for New Orleans.
Gen. Meade has returned to the Army of the Potomac.
He will not be superceded.
Delegations from the Western Sta