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January 7.


Madisonville, La., was entered and occupied by the National forces.--Twenty shells were thrown into the city of Charleston, S. C., from the National batteries under the command of General Gillmore.--Caleb B. Smith, Judge of the United States Court for the District of Indiana, and late Secretary of the Interior, died suddenly at Indianapolis.--the rebel schooner John Scott, while attempting to escape from the harbor of Mobile, Ala., was captured by the Union gunboat Kennebec.

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