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e world. The township elections in Indiana have gone largely for the unconditional Union candidates. The Herald says, "the rumors of the capture of Charleston are somewhat premature." No news from Vicksburg or Tennessee. Archbishop Hughes and D. A. Mahoney are engaged, in a newspaper quarrel. The Archbishop says he could exercise more influence in 24 hours than Mahoney can in 24 years. He (Hughes) is in favor of conscription, and for his county. The "charcoal" RepublicHughes) is in favor of conscription, and for his county. The "charcoal" Republicans have carried St. Louis, Mo., electing Chauncey J. Felley. The Herald says the termination of the Polish revolt opens the door to Napoleon to interfere in American affairs, and seems to think he will pitch in at once. Six hundred furloughed soldiers, from the Army of the Potomac, arrived in Washington on the 6th inst. The cavalry in the Yankee army was reviewed on the 6th and infantry on the 7th insts. The Aries, a British steamship, running the blockade, has been captured