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f the citizens of Petersburg, President Davis has determined to declare martial law over that city and the surrounding country. The British ship Rinaldo arrived off Charleston harbor on Tuesday last, and communicated with the British Consul there. The City Council of Lynchburg have adopted resolutions asking the President to establish martial law in that place. Miss. Jennie C. Ludlam, daughter of Henry Ludlam, of New York, died recently in Paris, of typhoid fever. Daniel H. Kerr, of Fairfield District, S. C., who served in the war of 1812, died lately at an advanced age. Hewitt's block, in Cleveland, Ohio, was burned on the night of the 4th instant. Loss, $125,000. Judge Tarrant, an old and respected citizen of Talladega county, Ala., died on the 25th ult. W. I. Graham & Co., of Conwayboro', S. C., are making salt at the rate of 100 bushels a week, at $3. The Government has made a requisition upon South Carolina for five additional regiments.