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crue, expired to-day, and the department will therefore avail itself of that means of meeting the wants of the Treasury. Although Ex-Governor Banks had signified his willingness to accept the office of Quartermaster General, with the rank of Brigadier General, it was thought best, for reason of State policy, to confer upon him that of Major General. The revocation of the leave of absence of Carl Shurz was solely on account of the desire that the business of the American legation at Madrid should not be suspended, the former minister having left the Spanish capital. Colonel Jonathan Emery has been appoint-dispatch agent at Boston for the State Department. The receipts into the Treasury for the week ending on Monday last, were $380,000. A gentleman who arrived here this morning, from the neighborhood of Centreville, Va., about 23 miles from Alexandria, reports that he was informed that about 4,000 Southern troops were in that vicinity. He also confirmed the
The New Squadron of Spain. --The Correspondancia, of Madrid, of May 9th, has the following: Spain does not think of declaring war on any power, but she is doing all she can not to be disarmed or surprised in the event of a European conflict. This is the reason why she is causing vessels of war to be constructed both at home and abroad, and why she is making warlike preparations.