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alry, left Indianapolis on Saturday to join the regiment at Lexington, Ky. There is no truth in the report that Admiral Farragut is to be relieved from the command of the Gulf Squadron. A dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette says that Gen. McClellan declined being a candidate before the Pennsylvania Democratic State Convention for Governor. Dispatches from San Francisco say that hostilities between Great Britain and Japan are probable. Thirteen English vessels of war were assemblednegro women at Newbern, N. C., are forming societies and raising funds to assist Gen. Wild in organizing his African army. They have sent funds to Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, requesting her to devise and send them a battle flag. Senator Cameron made a speech at Harrisburg, Pa., on the 17th, calling for Gen. McClellan to command the militia of the State, and censuring Lincoln for not more promptly aiding Pennsylvania in her hour of danger. Poor Lincoln! he would, no doubt, if he could.
inct, to volunteer to check the advance of the Confederate troops.--fortifications are being rapidly erected all along the North bank of the Susquehanna, and General McClellan or Gen. Franklin has been called for to head the State troops. That our readers may appreciate the rapid growth of the Federal terror and the progress of ouvolunteering by telegraphing to the Governor of New York that the men will not be wanted for more than thirty days, and that after that they may return home. Gen. McClellan was at Albany, N. Y., on the 16th inst., consulting with Gov. Seymour. A dispatch from Albany says: The 7th, 11th, 13th, 28th, 37th, 47th, 65th, 67th, ndred at Pittsburg. The Central Railroad Company have agreed to pay laborers twelve shillings per day, and the strikers will resumed work to-morrow. Gen. McClellan is here for the purpose of aiding Gov. Seymour is organizing and sending forward troops for the defence of Pennsylvania. About 14,000 men are already secured