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one of them can whip ten Yankees, and if any person wishes to argue that point with them he is advised before doing so to make his will. From conversations heard by a gentleman just arrived and whose statement is reliable, we learn that in Lynchburg and vicinity there was an army concentrated of fifty thousand men. This was a week ago. The Pony Express, with San Francisco dates to the 27th ult., passed Fort Kearney on Tuesday afternoon. The news of the attack on, and evacuation of, Fonsequence of the receipt of communications from President Davis. We learn from the Charleston papers that the gallant Palmetto Guard, CaptCuthbert, left that city on Thursday night for Richmond. L. P. Walker, Secretary of War, has accepted Major Flournoy's regiment of Arkansas troops for service in Virginia, and they are to go to Lynchburg. Messrs. C. H. Schwecke and Daniel Bulkley, citizens of Charleston, were drowned last Tuesday, near that city, while on a fishing excursion.
into settled melancholy since the death of her mother, and that it is feared she will not recover her mind. The number of hogsheads of tobacco inspected in Petersburg, Va., for April, amounted to 3,671, a falling off of 601 hhds. Field's building, next to Willard's Hote, in Washington, was totally destroyed by fire on Wednesday night. Shad are selling in Alexandria at $8 per hundred, and herring at $5,50a$6,50 per thousand. In honor of the President, the encampment near Lynchburg has been named "Camp Davis." The buoys in Pamlico Sound on the Swash, and about the inlets of Ocracoke and Hatteras, have been removed. Charles Henry Foster was notified to quit Murfreesboro', N. C., the other day, in consequence of his abolition proclivities. A storm in New York last Monday night tore down most of the Union flags. Another cargo of ice has arrived at Savannah from Nova Scotia. Mrs. Lincoln is going to New York to indulge in the luxury of a little s