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A Tragedy and its short. --The Concordia (La.) Intelligencer, of the 17th December, says: The good people of our quiet little village (Vidalla) were very much astonished at the discovery of the body of a man hung to the limb of street in the Court House yard, on Tuesday morning last. It ported to he the body of Vick, late of parish who has been form taken from our jail during the night and hung. He had been arrevted in Tensas and charged with the crime of entering the sleeping room of Mrs. Tyson at the dead hour of night, and cleaving open the head of her sleeping infant child, and dealing a murderous blow upon the head of the mother, besides inflicting amorted wound upon a servant with
at the North in rebellion.&c. &c. &c. [special Dispatch of the Richmond Dispatch.] Norfolk, Jan. 6, --Northern papers to the 3d inst. have been received at the office of the Day Book. The Spaniards landed at Vera Cruz on the 17th of December, and took possession of the city without firing a gun. The French fleet has arrived at Havana. Commissioners Mason and Slidell left Provincetown on the 1st inst. A correspondent of the New York Herald says the Burnside expeditand troops of Picayune Butter's expedition sailed on the Constitution on the 3d inst. Gen. Williams (the hero of Kars) is erecting fortifications to command Detroit. The Spanish troops entered the city and fort at Vera Cruz, on the 17th of December, without opposition. The Mexicans abandoned their artillery and munitions. The French fleet have arrived at Havana. The London Times reiterates that the stone blockade is an act of hostility to the whole human race, and continues