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c Bishop of Arkansas, died at Little Rock on the 10th of June last. He was well known in New York, having been pastor of St. James's Church, James street. A National Exhibition of Angle-African Industry and Art is to be held in New York city in the early part of the ensuing fall. The directors of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company are preparing new iron bridges in place of the wooden ones destroyed (about twenty in number) by the rebels, in June, 1861. The large bridge at Harper's Ferry is nearly completed. An effort is being made in Philadelphia to raise $100,000 by voluntary subscriptions among the merchants, for the purpose of putting ten new regiments into the field from that city without delay. The design is to have one hundred subscribers, each of whom will give $1,000 towards this fund. Many have already responded. Financial. New York, July 18. --Money is much more abundant to-day; no loans are being made above five percent. The money which wa