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on Herald] This battle occupies all the papers this morning, to the complete exclusion of every other tonic. It had been reported through town yesterday that Meagher, of the sword lost in the battle the life of which Queen Victoria made him a present, after having forfeited it by his treason in 48; but a telegraph received at New York, from his wife at Washington, "Meagher is safe," shows that the rumor was not well founded. An officer named Meagher was killed but not Thomas Francis of that ilk, and of Young Ireland celebrity. Leaving duties by vessels of War. [From the London News Report.] Mr. Wyl asked the Under Secretary of State for ForeMeagher was killed but not Thomas Francis of that ilk, and of Young Ireland celebrity. Leaving duties by vessels of War. [From the London News Report.] Mr. Wyl asked the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if her Majesty's Government had received any communication from the President of the United States, or from the British Ambassador at Washington, that it was the intention of the Government of the United States to station vessel off the ports of the Southern States of America to collect and levy duties upon foreign merc