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ernment, now standing on the defensive everywhere, is soon to be enabled to assume a different attitude. It is evident that much is expected from the Government now, when it has been assured of all the millions of money that it required. Col. Jameson, of the Second Maine Regiment, which, under his lead, behaved so handsomely at the battle of Bull Run, has resigned his commission. The Maine delegation had recommended his promotion to a Brigadier-Generalship, but the Governor of Maine, Mr. Washburne, interfered in behalf of Major Prince, who is to have the appointment. Hence Col. Jameson's resignation. The business of the Patent Office continues so to fall off that the commissioners contemplate a reduction of the pay of the employees. Inventions for military or destructive purposes are very numerous. There are now a great number of applications for patents of that sort before the examiner, who is charged with that class of cases. The tenor of the news from the lower c