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The Board of Aldermen of Louisville, Ky., have refused to tender the hospitalities of that city to Major Anderson, when he arrives there.

Mr. Spellman, of the Raleigh State Journal, has associated with him in the editorial management of that paper, Mr. Wm. Robinson, late editor of the Goldsboro' Rough Notes.

Gen. Beauregard has relinquished his command of the Federal forces of South Carolina, in consequence of his having been called to another post.

Gen. Walter Gwynn has been appointed to the position of Brigadier General of North Carolina.

Fine sample cotton is said to be the best lint for the use of the surgeon.

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