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James H. Williams, of Montgomery, Ala., died in Mobile a few days since. Mr. W. was a printer, and at the time of his death a member of the "Winter Guards." A gun-boat for harbor defence was launched at Charleston on the 12th. She is armed with several heavy cannon. Several more are being built. Mr. Wm. Wallace, arrested some time since in Tennessee on suspicion of being a traitor to the South, has been tried and acquitted. The small pox, of a virulent type, and black measles are raging at a fearful rate among the Federal at Muldrough's Hill, Ky., many of whom are dying dally. The Knoxville Registers says Mr. Patton of Washington, an East Tennessee member of the Legislature, has to the avoid arrest.