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ouse a vote of thanks to Hurst Butler adopted. The leading members of the New York Chamber of Commerce are out in a card protesting against the use of their rooms for the public reception of Burst Butler. We give below some extracts of interest. Full Particulars of the Lose of the Monitor. The Baltimore Americans correspondent at Fortress Monroe the following account of the loss of the iron-clad steamer Monitor, obtained from her officers: We left Fortress Monroe on Monday, 10th December, in low of the Rhode Island, with the Passage in fow of State of Georgia Cape Henry afternoon at five o'clock, with a month and light winds. The was way ahead. The weather continued Gan until five o'clock on Tuesday morning when it commenced to blow from the N. W, with a heavy sea running making a clean sweep over all. At 9,30 Cape Hatteras light bore N. N. W., distance twenty miles, the gale still increasing.--The vessel labored very heavily, the bull coming down on every se
ity of Richmond on Monday, January 12th, 1863--present; J. K. Caskie, Recorder; Richard D. Sausay, Senior Alderman; N. C. Lipscombe, Wm. Timberlake, and Geo. N. Gwathmey, Aldermen. James Halsey, charged with permitting his slaves, Priscilla Redd and Lucy, to go at large contrary to law, was fined $10 and costs. Turner Richardson was fined $10 and costs for miles offence. George Hendley and Edward Laville, charged with assaulting Thomas Hayes on the 15th of December last, and robbing him of $552, were examined and acquitted. Patrick O'Donnell and Patrick O'Nell, charged with assaulting John W. Barnett, and robbing him of a shawl valued at $50, on the 8th of December last, were sent up for trial before Judge Lyons. Michael Ketor and Robert Stewart, charged with stealing $141.80, belonging to John Doherty, on the 10th of december last, were discharged. John Hodge, charged with stealing a pistol belonging to Lewis G. Spencer, was, after examination, discharged.