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them last night. Mr. Russell, from the Wheeling district, is here, and reports secession rapidly on the increase there. Our members are moving into the Southern column. Millson is lost in the fog of the Crisis Committee. Boteler hugs the phantom of the Missouri Compromise. Harris is the "last of the Mohicans," as regards the hope of coming to terms with the Republicans. Judge Allen's Botetourt resolutions are pronounced the ablest State paper of the day. It is said that Mr. Breckinridge accompanied Mrs. Anderson when she appealed to the President to save her husband at Fort Moultrie, and added the full force of his influence in her favor, but all in vain; the President assured her of her husband's safety, but would not reinforce him. The whole of the ten million loan will be taken at from 7 to 9 per cent. below par. Colson sings here on Monday night. A little good music in the midst of this excitement will be like a breath of fresh air to a man suffocating. Zed.
Prof. Anderson gives another of his highly entertaining exhibitions at Mechanics' Institute Hall this evening. If you have not seen him, be on hand to-night, and enjoy the amusing treat in store.
The Fugitive slave case in Canada. --A large meeting was held at Toronto, Thursday night, to sympathise with the fugitive slave Anderson, claimed under the Ashburton treaty for killing Mr. Driggs, of Missouri.--Strong speeches were made against his rendition by lawyers, clergymen and others. A resolution was passed to appeal the case to England, if necessary, and a petition was addressed to the Administrator of the Government, praying for the release of Anderson. The Fugitive slave case in Canada. --A large meeting was held at Toronto, Thursday night, to sympathise with the fugitive slave Anderson, claimed under the Ashburton treaty for killing Mr. Driggs, of Missouri.--Strong speeches were made against his rendition by lawyers, clergymen and others. A resolution was passed to appeal the case to England, if necessary, and a petition was addressed to the Administrator of the Government, praying for the release of Anderson.
ated. Baltimore, Dec. 22.--One hundred guns were fired here to-day in honor of the secession of South Carolina. There is a meeting to-night to urge the Governor to call an extra session of the Legislature. Charleston, Dec. 22.--At a secession celebration at Camden, yesterday, a cannon burst, severely injuring several persons. The serenading procession here last night was a grand affair. It was kept up till after midnight. A special dispatch from Washington says that Col. Anderson has been ordered to surrender the forts to the constituted authorities of South Carolina in case they are attacked, but not to surrender them to irresponsible parties. Macon, Dec. 22.--There is great rejoicing here at South Carolina's secession. Cannons are fired, church bells are rung, and a large procession of Minute Men and citizens, with banners and mottoes, is now parading the streets. Speeches are being made, and jubilation is general. The wildest enthusiasm prevails.
elded to all their demands. The Emperor's summer palace was sacked, and an enormous amount of spoils taken.--The Emperor and the Tartar army had all fled. Nothing was to be seen of the enemy at Peking. The Allied forces will winter at Peking. They were encamped on the walls, and were all in good health. Cols. Parkes and Lock, and thirteen soldiers, had been released. But little hope was felt for the return of Cols. Brabazon and Bowlby, and other French officers, who were missing. Norman Anderson had died of brutal treatment. A new and distinct rebellion was reported at Shanghai. Batavian affairs were improving. In the London Stock Market American Railway Securities were flat. Latest news. Southampton, Wednesday, Dec. 12 --The City of Manchester sailed to-day from Liverpool for New York, with about $38,000 in specie. Still later. St. Johns, Dec. 21 --The steamship City of Manchester, from Liverpool on the 10th inst., has arrived. The poli