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nd States loyal to the Union. Rebellion must be crushed, and the nation restored to its entirety. National property seized and in possession of the rebels must be retaken at every expense. The Governor will recommend an appropriation of several millions of dollars — perhaps five. Boston, April 27. --Hon. Caleb Cushing has tendered his services to the Governor in any capacity. Philadelphia, April 28. --C. J. Ingersoll has invited Ex-Presidents Buchanan, Pierce, Fillmore, Tyler, Van Buren, and Hon. Mr. Brown to act as arbitrators between the North and the South. There is but little expectation here of any good resulting from the project. A dispatch from Concord, N. H., says that Ex-President Pierce, in obedience to a dispatch from Mr. Ingersoll, of Pennsylvania, has gone to Philadelphia, and perhaps Baltimore, on a mission to mediate between the Government and the South. St. Louis, April 27. --Governor Jackson has declared that his polic