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ged to leave the Confederates in quiet possession of the States it will be time enough to discuss recognition. Tom Thumb and his wife, who are at their home in Bridgeport Conn., complain of the effects of their notoriety. Crowds follow them wherever they walk or ride, and bolts and bars do not suffice to keep inquisitive curiosity mongers out of their parlors and bad chambers. An emancipation meeting was held in the Senate Chamber, at Jefferson City, Missouri, on Friday last. Senator Morris presided.--Suceches were made by Messrs. Partridge, Wagner, Bingham, and others. The Chicago Tribune publishes resolutions condemning the "traitorous movements" at the West, that were passed by the officers and men of nine Illinois regiments, one Ohio and one Indiana battery, and one Michigan cavalry regiment, stationed at Jackson, Humboldt, and Memphis, Tenn. The Marquis of Hartington was, a few nights since, compelled to remove a secession badge which he had placed on his co