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rone, they implore the French Emperor to select a person in whom he has full confidence to occupy the throne. The proclamation was immediately made public, and a courier posted to Vera Cruz, and from there it was sent by a French steamer to Havana. A salute was fired at Vera Cruz in honor of the event. The assault on Morris's Island — disastrous repulse — Terrible fire of the Confederates--the negroes as usual put as Front The New York papers contain full details of the disastommander at Shelbyville, a few days since. Nine hundred of Morgan's men have been lodged in Camp Chase prison. They will be there until the officers of Streight's expedition are released from Libby prison. When the steamer Roanoke left Havana an immense conflagration was raging among the warehouses on Regia wharf. It is estimated that the warehouses already destroyed involve a loss of $4,000,000 worth of sugar. The draft in Philadelphia was completed without disorder or oppositi