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Rumor from Missouri. St. Louis, Sept. 31 --It is stated that the Confederates are concentrating at the terminal of the Cairo and Fulton Railroad, where they intend to make a stand.
New York Politics. New York Sept. 31 --Tammany Hall has elected a full delegation from their old wigwam to the Syracuse Convention.
Arrival from Europe. New York Sept. 31 --The Arago with Liverpool dates to Saturday, August 24th, has arrived.
Seizure of vessels at the North. New York, Sept. 31. --The Surveyor of the port on yesterday seized twenty-eight vessels owned in whole or in part in the South.
change. New York Sept. 31 --The Courrior des Etcia Unie has gone into new hands. It will hereafter advocate rebellion.
Seizure of vessels Boston, September 31. --Two barks, owned in Charleston, have been seized by the Surveyor of the port.
Resignation of a Federal General. Cairo, Sept. 31. --Gen. Prentire has resigned, and Gen. Grant succeeds him.