flocking to his standard.
He has now 18,000 or 20,000 men, and will make a descent on Jefferson City soon.
Union men are joining his standard, being driven to it from Fremont's proclamation.
A blasphemous Lincolnite.
A Dane, named Daniel Wilkins, says the N. O. Trac Dene, of Tuesday, is now under arrest in the Fourth district on a charge of being an abolitionist and using blasphemous language.
Among other things he is said to have remarked that, Abe Lincoln was "as good a man as Jesus Christ or anybody else." The case was this morning called to the notice of Gen. Twiggs, who sent word to Recorder Adams to investigate it, and if "probable cause" be found, to place Wilkins in the custody of the C. S. marshal.
Permission to foreign vessels.
The Fort Brown (Texas) Flag states that the Mexican Congress, or the Secretary of Marine, has granted permission to foreign vessels to enter the Rio Grande river and discharge their cargoes at Matamoras.
This concession is said