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it is reported in Paris that the number of ships-of-war to be disarmed, in accordance with the economical views set forth in M. Fould's financial report, is no less than thirty-three. Another telescope comet was discovered in Virgo by Professor Bruhns, of Leipsic, on the 31st ultimo. it is said that Brignoll is again going to try his fortune in Madrid, this time with Patti. Hawthorne's works are to be published in French, before long, by a new publishing house in Paris. a San Francisco letter tells of three tons of gold, in bars, arriving in that city from Sacramento. the following resolutions were adopted by the privates and non-commissioned officers of the Seventeenth Virginia regiment (Infantry), Corse's brigade, Pickett's division, February 7, 1865: 1. "Resolved, That we reverently recognize in the affairs of men a ruling Providence, without whose aid no good can be accomplished, and that we humbly and earnestly invoke his blessing upon our c