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ment. Some New Yorkers offered a prize for a "National Hymn," and over eleven hundred were sent in. They refuse to take any more. Edward N. Tracy, Esq., a well-known citizen of St. Louis, was accidentally drowned a few days ago. A member of the Richmond Grays was slightly wounded by a bayonet while practising with arms, at Norfolk, a day or two since. It is reported on pretty good authority that the Federal archives have been sent to Philadelphia in sealed cars. Hon. John Janney, President of the Virginia Convention, reached his home in Londoun county, last Sunday, quite sick. Two sons of James M. Whitley, Esq., Johnston county, N. C., were drowned on the 22d inst., while bathing. It is now thought that Mr. Riley, who was accidentally wounded by a pistol shot, in Columbus, Ga., may recover. Texas has an organized force of 8,050 mounted troops in the field and ready for immediate service. Rev. Malcolm Johnston, a devoted and esteemed Baptist