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From the West and North. Dalton, April 13. --Dates from Nashville to the 10th inst, state that considerable excitement existed there in consequence of the pickets having been driven in at Germantown. It was believed to be a feint on the part of Forrest to enable him to get South with his train containing plunder taken at Paducah. Washington, April 9.--Colfax offered a resolution in the House, to-day, proposing the expulsion of Long, of Ohio, for sentiments uttered yesterday favoring the recognition of the Southern Confederacy. St. Louis, April 8.--It is reported that several naval officers were captured by the Confederates on Red River, whilst confiscating cotton.
eports are based upon mere rumor. Farragut confesses that Mobile cannot be taken by the fleet unless a simultaneous move is made by the army. The reported loss of the rebel ram Tennessee, near Grant's Pass, is not believed at New Orleans. New York advertises for 5,000 navy recruits and 10,000 volunteers. John C Rives died at Bladensburg on Sunday. The Florida is said to be at the canary Islands. The alarm at Memphis is subsiding, and preparations are making for Forrest, if he should come. The steamer La Cross was burnt to the water's edge on Red river, twenty miles this side of Alexandria, by guerillas, the officers captured, and the crew paroled. The St. Louis Presbyterians decided, at a late meeting, that the Rev. Dr. McPheeters could not be allowed to continue his ministerial labors at the Pine Street Presbyterian Church in that city on account of disloyalty. A fire occurred at Harrodsburg, Ky., on the 8th inst. Loss $50,000. Gold a