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twenty years ago employed as librarian and translator in the State Department here. Afterwards he was translator for the commission of private land claims in California, where he was accidentally killed. Captain Robert Tansill and Lieut. Thomas S. Wilson, both of the U. S. marine corps, tendered their resignations to the Secretary of the Navy, who, instead of receiving them, instantly dismissed them from the service. They were arrested by the Provost Marshal's Guard in the course of the in his trunk, seized a few days since at New York. The officers have left with their prisoner for Washington. The following officers of the U. S. frigate Congress, at Boston, have resigned: Captain of Marines Fausett, of Virginia; Second Lieutenant Wilson, of Missouri; Midshipmen Claiborne and Cass, of New Orleans. A dispatch from Philadelphia announces the arrest there of William S. Johnston, a nephew of the Confederate General of that name. His trunk contained a number of letters
ioso, of the 2d inst., just received, we take the following extract from a journal published at the city of Mexico. The Noticioso doubts its genuineness. We do not, however, for reasons we have twice given before. Corwin is carrying out his mission as sure as fate, and has thoroughly involved Mexico in his plans. Our belief is that Texas is to be invaded both by land and sea, as soon as the weather becomes cool. The invasion will doubtless be by the southwest. It is not impossible that Wilson's Zouaves are being acclimated at Santa Rosa Island for use in Texas. Let us be prepared. The extract from El Noticioso is as follows: We give now a report, connected with facts previously published by us, and which is full of importance and interest. Mr. Corwin has petitioned the Mexican Government to grant free passage through Mexico to such troops as may be ordered by the Government at Washington to operate against the Southern States of the Union, under guarantee of a s