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was "continued," and Mr. Bradley proceeded to business. President's message. The special message transmitted yesterday by the President to Congress will gratify and reassure the whole country.--National Intelligencer. The late Hon. Thomas Corwin. The Postmaster-General will cause the remains of Mr. Corwin to be transmitted directly to Ohio, accompanied by some of his old intimate personal friends. The Ohio delegation, with other Congressmen, and others who were friends of the dMr. Corwin to be transmitted directly to Ohio, accompanied by some of his old intimate personal friends. The Ohio delegation, with other Congressmen, and others who were friends of the deceased, had a meeting to-day at the capitol concerning the subject of his demise, and funeral speeches were made by Chief Justice Chase, Senator Sherman, Davis, of Kentucky; Schenck, Secretary Seward and Johnson, of Maryland. A committee was appointed to make arrangements for the funeral. Withdrawal of Provisional Governors. It is given out from an excellent quarter that in all of the Southern States where regular Governors have been elected, the Provisional Governors will be immedia
The funeral of Hon. Thomas Corwin. Washington, December 20. --The funeral of the late Governor Corwin took place this afternoon. Among the pall- bearers were Chief Justice Chase, Lieutenant-General Grant, Hon. W. H. Seward, Hon. Reverdy Johnson, Hon. Thaddeus Stevens and other prominent and distinguished individuals. The funeral of Hon. Thomas Corwin. Washington, December 20. --The funeral of the late Governor Corwin took place this afternoon. Among the pall- bearers were Chief Justice Chase, Lieutenant-General Grant, Hon. W. H. Seward, Hon. Reverdy Johnson, Hon. Thaddeus Stevens and other prominent and distinguished individuals.
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e left Senator Harris criminal in the eye of the law; therefore he has no legal claim to his seat. The Committee on Appropriations had another protracted session to-day on the naval appropriation bill, and cut down estimates one-half. The same course will be pursued with army appropriations. The House Committee on Naval Affairs have considered the question for removing the Naval Academy from Annapolis. Several places have been suggested, but nothing decided on. Senator Sprague has started a move in the Senate which looks like an increase in the tariff upon articles manufactured in this country. Western members will generally oppose any future increase. The House has agreed to give to the Secretary of the Treasury the power of appointing an assistant collector. The State Department has received information that forty-one chronometers were found on board the Shenandoah. Congress will adjourn early this afternoon to attend the funeral of Senator Corwin.