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Senators Hahn and Cutter, &c. New Orleans, December 8. --The House of Representatives has concurred in the resolution of the Senate protesting against the recognition of Messrs. Hahn and Cutter as the Senators from Louisiana. Gale, who offered a reward for the assassination of Lincoln, has given bond at Montgomery to appear when called for.
[by Johnson's Independent news Agency. From Washington. Washington, December 8. --The official correspondence between our Government and England and France is being prepared for publication. That with England is very voluminous, as it covers the whole question of belligerent rights. Only that portion of the correspondence with France relative to Mexican affairs will be published, as it is not deemed expedient to make it all public at present. It is announced in official circles that President Johnson is very urgent for the admission of the Tennessee delegates. In seems settled that there will be an exception in their case. The Republican Senatorial caucus was considerably divided on the question. Congress is not disposed to make an issue with the President if it can be avoided. The resignation of General B. F. Butler, which was tendered to the War Department a few days since, was promptly accepted to-day. This announcement creates much sensation here.
Returned Confederates and negroes Butchered. Philadelphia, December 8. --The New York Tribune this morning says that East Tennessee Unionists have been permitted by a weak and worthless Union General Commanding, and a reverend blackguard styled Governor, to butcher not less than one hundred rebels and negroes in and around Knoxville since June last. Greeley says Tennessee has many staunch Unionists, but, nevertheless, is a pandemonium of passion and crime, and no more fit to self-government than Dahomey.
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New York Markets. New York, December 8. --Cotton dull at 52 cents for middling. Flour dull — sales of 7,000 barrels at $7.10 @$8.35 for State, $8.40@$10.50 for Ohio, $8.80@$15 for Southern, $8 for Canadian. Wheat dull — sales of 20,000 bushels at $1.60 for Chicago spring, $2.40 for. Amber State. Corn dull — sales 35,000 bushels at 24@25 cents. Beef quiet. Pork firm at $28.75@$29 for mess. Lard dull. Whisky d