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The Memphis Appeal contains the following items of Texas news: In the Texas House of Representatives a resolution was adopted instructing the sergeant-at-arms to remove from the beak of the eagle, over the Speaker's chair, the United States motto, “E Pluribus Unum.” We notice since that the obnoxious motto is absent.

A joint resolution has been introduced, and will doubtless pass, approving of the promptness of the President in providing for retaliation, in case of the execution of the condemned privateers by the Lincoln Government.--Louisville Journal, Dec. 24.

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