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y yesterday, for the lower Potomac. She was cruising off Boyd's Hole last night, with the large Columbiad she had on board pointing towards the Virginia shore. The rumors which are prevalent in Alexandria, concerning an invasion and possession of that city by the Lincoln Administration, are not credited by any one in this city. In fact, it is doubtful whether enough of the troops now here could be induced to go to Virginia. The Northern papers contain voluminous dispatches from Washington, some of which we copy: Washington, May 7. --There has been a long and tedious meeting of the Cabinet to-day.--The President and each Cabinet Minister came out of it looking very much jaded. Among the subjects discussed was the present attitude of some of the great Powers of Europe relative to the contemplated oligarchy of the South. The Secretary of War has granted a furlough to Major Anderson, who will soon visit Kentucky, his native State, where many of his relatives