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Graduates. --The commencement of the Medical Department of the New York University took place on Monday. Among the graduates were the following from Virginia: Henry C. Baker, John V. Brookes, Joseph T. Bunkley, G. W. Carrington, Jno. H. Magruder. Jas. Parrish, Engene C. Powell, Colin J. Hackett, Z. B. Herndon, John A. Klein, Jno. W. Lawson, Alex. Rives, Jr., Wm. F. Smith, Robt. B. Taylor, and Franklin J. White.--From North Carolina: Thos. W. Bickett, Frank J. Drake, Robt. H. Drysdale. Wm. H. Edmondson, Jas. K Long, Jno. McDonald, Thos. Ruffin, Henry G. Flanner, W. H. L. Goodman. H. B. Herring. P. A.Holt, Thos. Lassiter, J. J. Lawrence, Wm. Little, F. H. Sea well, Starkey Sharp, Jr., Andrew J. Stone, and John L. Watkins. From Tennessee: W. H. Robertson. Benj. L. Hester, and Wm. R. Tompkins.
Northern Markets. Baltimore, March 6. --Flour dull — Howard St. and Ohio $5.25: City Mills $5--no sales. Wheat firm --Red $1.25@1.30; White $1.40@1.50. Corn steady — Mixed 53@57; Yellow 59@62. Provisions steady — Mess Pork $17. Lard 9½. Coffee firm at 12 ¼@ 13. Whiskey firm at 20 cts. New York,March 6.--Cotton quiet. Flour dull. Wheat quiet. Corn steady — Mixed 56@67 ½; for Southern white 70@77 Pork dull — Mess $17.12@17.25; Prime $12.50@12.75. Lard heavy. Whiskey firm at 18 Sugar steady — Muscovado 4 ½@5 Coffee unchanged. Spirits of Turpentine steady at 36 ½@37 ½. Rosin firm. Rice steady. --Stocks higher — New York Centrals 77 ¼; Virginia 6's 74; Missouri's 64. Sales in New York, March 5, of $8,000 Va 6's at 77; $6,000 do. at 76 ½ $1,000 do. at 76 ¼; $4,000 N. C. 6's at 81; $25,000 Mo. 6's at 65 ½,