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ft 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 assembled at Kanagawa. They had demanded a large indemnity of the Japanese Government and the surrender of the murderers of Mr. Richardson. The 21st and 24th New Jersey regiments have passed through Washington on their way home to be mustered out. Capt. Brunner is the name of the Confederate officer who was killed in Mosby's raid into Maryland. In Lowell, Mass., last week, Major Gen. (Beast) Butler was severely beaten by a master stonemason, whom he had slapped in the face. The stonemason beat h