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in to the Senate an important nomination for Collector of the Revenue in the neighborhood of Charleston harbor.--The name of the individual is believed to be Wm. McIntire, of Pennsylvania, although others say he is of New York. The former is probably the more correct. The Republican Senators desired to go into Executive session on the subject, but this was resisted by the other side, and an adjournment was carried by the Democratic present, with the exception of . Diglar, Latham, and Sewell. It is not certain, according to present appearances, that McIntire will be confirmed. This nomination is considered in the highest degree important, and as foreshadowing the future operations of the Administration. Coercion Charleston in the New York Legislature. Albany, January 2. --Is the Senate to-day Mr. Spanela (Democrat) introduced a series of resolutions authorizing the Governor in tender to the President of the United States the services of this military of the State,