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Drs. T. B. Ward, A. T. Bell, and Mr. R. S. Bell, of Norfolk, were captured while on a sailing excursion, last Friday, by the frigate Minnesota, but afterwards released.

The Legislature of Tennessee, on the 8th inst., passed resolutions providing for the holding of a Bank Congress of the Southern States.

Hon. John J. Crittenden has declined being a candidate for Congress in the eighth district of Kentucky.

The Jacksonport (Ark.) Herald says a powder mill has commenced operations on White River, turning out 2,000 pounds daily.

C. Haywood, Esq., was fatally wounded at Nashville, Tenn., last week, by the accidental discharge of his pistol.

The schooner Indiana, which was seized by the Pawnee at Alexandria, has been permitted to return to Baltimore with her cargo.

Hon. Wm. Smith has returned from Washington to his home in Warrenton.

It is stated that Gen. Wool arrived at Fort Monroe on Friday last.

The Letcher Guards, of Augusta, Georgia, will start for Richmond this week.

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