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[special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.]

Crittenden's Compromise Defeated — Lincoln's Manifesto — Embezzlement, &c.

Washington, Dec. 23--Crittenden's Compromise was before the Senate Committee of Crittenden last Friday. Bigler, of Pennsylvania was the only Northern man who voted

Justice Lincoln's manifesto in Saturday's speech, Senator Crittenden says there is not the best hope for the perpetuation of the Union. It is regarded on all sides as a declaration of war against all seceding States.

Suspicion points to an Alabamian as the embezzler of State bonds in the Interior Department. Z.

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