tponed till Oct, 15th. Preparations for the draft in Pennsylvania New York, and several other States, are actively in progress.
It was understood that General Morgan, with his forces from Cumberland Cap, would reach the Ohio on Thursday or Friday.
His loss in the retreat has been trifling.
He has saved his trains.
The Oregon Legislature has memorialized Congress for arms and munitions for the defence of the State, and an iron clade vessel at the mouth of the Columbia.
The Hon. Ell Thayer has received applications from upwards of a thousand persons desiring to join his colony in Florida.
James Monzon, of Ohio, has been appointed Consul at Rhode Janer, in place of Richard C. Parsons.
The Hon. Jareb W. Mider, formerly United States Senator from New Jersey, is dead.
Over hall a million dollars of prizeanoucy has been paid over by United States Marshal Milward, or Philadelphia, about half of which has been sent to Washington for distribution.