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The Count Tascher de la Pagerie, Chamberlain to the Empress Eugenie, died at Paris on the 4th inst. He was a member of the Empress Josephine's family. A Canada postmaster has absconded with £10,000 of the Government funds, besides committing other swindling transactions to a like amount. There was nothing of importance done in the United States Senate on Saturday. Mr. Sherman, the new Senator from Ohio, took his seat. Hon. Wm. L. Dayton, the new Minister to France, has appointed the Son of Mr. Speaker Pennington as his Secretary of Legation. A man in Bridgeport has sold Barnum a Tom Thumb dog that weighs but three ounces. It was an English terrier, and sold for $100. The census of the Sandwich Islands for 1860 shows a decrease of 3,955 native, and an increase of 598 foreign population since 1853. Col. James Anderson, recently deceased, was appointed United States Pension Agent in Pittsburgh on the very day of his death. Lieut. Slemmer, the C
Sudden death --On Saturday last a young man named jeremiah Sherman, residing in Hanover, Pennsylvania, applied some red precipitate to a carbuncle upon his chin, and going into the open air shortly afterwards was taken very ill, and died in a few minutes.
t and inform him of the election of Hon. Mr. Foote as presiding officer of the Senate, which motion was agreed to, and Messrs. Wilson and Bright were appointed to discharge that duty. Mr. Wade presented to the Senate the credentials of Hon. John Sherman, U. S. Senator elect from Ohio. Mr. Sherman having taken the usual oath to support the Constitution-- Mr. Simmons rose to a personal explanation, relative to the misunderstanding between him and Mr. Clingman. [This arose fromMr. Sherman having taken the usual oath to support the Constitution-- Mr. Simmons rose to a personal explanation, relative to the misunderstanding between him and Mr. Clingman. [This arose from the Senate report in the Baltimore Sun a few days since, referring to the legality of Mr. Clingman's election by the North Carolina Legislature.] Mr. Hale moved to take up the resolution introduced by him a few days since, that the Senate proceed to election for Sergeant-at-Arms, Doorkeeper and Assistant Doorkeeper, on Saturday, at two o'clock. Mr. Bright moved the postponement of the subject till the first Monday in December. The yeas and nays were then called on the motion to