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The rifled cannon manufactured at New Albany, Indiana, was tried the other day and proved a failure. It cracked in the breech. Bates, Wiswall & Co, of Lincolnton, N. C. are making a very good article of cap and letter paper, as well as news or book paper. Wm. A. Ross, Esq., and Dr. John H. Ellis, of Macon, Ga, died recently. W. D. Watts, a well-known citizen of Laurens, S. C., died last Wednesday. About $15,000 have already been paid into the corporation of Fredericksburg in taxes. H. D. Kinsman, Charleston, S. C., is largely engaged in the manufacture of army tents.
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Arrivals. --Among the arrivals at the Spotswood Hotel yesterday, were--Gen. N. Hollins C. S. N.; M. E. Rice, Harper's Ferry; J. W. Duff, Baltimore, Md.; E. E. Armstrong, Miss.; D. F. Kenner, N. O; E. Barksdale, Miss.; T. Wallace, Petersburg; George Rogers, Loudoun county; John E. Scruggs, Warrenton, Va.; James V. Brooke, do.; N. W. Harris, Louisa; W. W. Holmes, Ky. At the Exchange Hotel, among others, Ex-Governor Alston, of S. C.; B. W. S. Bolt, Fort Pillow, Tenn.; H. M. Welch, Alabama; George W. Williams, Abbeville, Alabama; A. Fitzgerald, Dalton, Ga; John G. Ford, Texas; Ben. Wood, Albemarle; O. B. Parker, Memphis; John R. Edmunds, Halifax; J. O. Nixon, N. O.; Rev. J. Cosby, Mecklenburg, Va.; G. A. Harnill, M. D., C. S. A.; Maj. Wm. J. Gayor, C. S. A.; L. W. Shepherd, Dr. J. W. Seay, Ala; J. T. Daniel, Va.; Dr. Luckett, La.; E. G. Moseley, Charlottesville, Va.
n the Moniteur, in which Napoleon foreshadows the recognition of the rebel Confederacy as an independent Power. It is interpreted by our Paris correspondent exactly in the sense in which we read the translation received by the Etna, and the writer adds that it would have been embodied in a diplomatic circular addressed by M. Thouvenel to the French Ministers at Foreign Courts, as illustrating to them the exact position of his Majesty the Emperor towards Italy and America. Messrs. Mann, Yancey and Rost, the rebel Commissioners, were in Paris. They reported that Great Britain would soon recognize the rebel Government, but the statement was not very generally credited, although it was believed both in Paris and London that the British Cabinet were very anxious to do so, if its chief members had a plausible excuse. Captain Russell, who was commissioned by Napoleon to report to him on the performance of the Great Eastern during her late trip to and from New York, was also in Par
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