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Feb. 21.


The President of the Southern Confederacy nominated the following members of his Cabinet:

Secretary of State--Mr. Toombs.

Secretary of the Treasury--Mr. Memminger.

Secretary of War--Mr. L. Pope Walker.

They were confirmed.--Tribune, Feb. 22.


Governor Brown, at Savannah, Ga., seized the ship Martha J. Ward, bark Adjuster, and brig Harold, all belonging to citizens of New York. They will be detained until the arms are delivered up by the State of New York.


The Congress at Montgomery passed an act declaring the establishment of the free navigation of the Mississippi.--Philadelphia Press, Dec. 23.

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