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s are of daily occurrence. Gen. Wool has been to Connecticut making speeches and examining the forts. A State Convention is to be held in Missouri to consider the gradual emancipation scheme. The Brooklyn bombarded Galveston on the 24th of February and fired the town in three places — The form responded and out the rigging of the vessel. The Florida was at Martinique at last accounts. Admiral Wilkes, on learning of her whereabouts, got up steam and put out in search of her. The following papers have been proscribed by the military authorities at St. Cincinnati Enquirer the Independent World Journal of Commerce Freeman's Journal, Catholic Register and Caucasian of New York, the Chicago Times, and Columbus (Ohio) Crisis. The conscription act will not be enforced till after the Connecticut election. Andrew Johnson, speaking of his Northern speechifying campaign, says there is great need of it. Princess Alexandria arrived in England on the 5th.
The late Col. Garesche. --The New York Freeman's Journal noticing the death of Rosecrans's Chief of Staff, says: In our paper of October 4th we published a short extract from a long letter of this distinguished officer, asking if an organized system of prayers for peace could not be augured in the country --He hated this war. He knew, and he wrote us at length, of its atrocities and of its wickedness.