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Lieut. Walker, of the Second, New Hampshire Regiment, who was killed on the New Jersey Railroad, was butted on the 26th ult., in Concord, N. H., with as much pomp as possible. The machinery of the Federal steamer Colorado broke down while at sea, on the 20th of June. It had been ‘"tampered with,"’ at the Charleston (Mass.) Navy-Yard. Warren Larkins, a well known citizen of Montgomery, and one of the Alabama volunteers, died at Norfolk on Tuesday. A little girl died in Brooklyn, N. Y., recently, from eating wild lettuce, and another was in a dangerous condition. Gen. Huger, commanding at Norfolk, has issued an order for the observance of the 4th of July at that post. Hon. George W. Brown died suddenly, on Sunday last, of paralysis, at his residence, near Duncansville, Thomas county, Ga. Jacob B. McGwire, a lawyer, of Macon, Ga., has been arrested for negro stealing and breach of trust. E. J. Johnston & Co., of Macon, Ga., have fabricated a handsome sword, designed as a present to President Davis. James D. and Wm. Carson, arrested in St. Louis for treason, have been admitted to ball in the sum of $25,000 each. Col. McMillan is raising a regiment in Northeast Georgia, which will soon be ready to take the field. Why is Brigadier General Scheuck like Burlingame? Because he was rejected at Vienna. The marriage of the Princess Alice with Prince Louis of House is not to take place this year, but will be celebrated early in 1861. The question of the celibacy of the priests is strongly debated in the French papers, which generally pronounce against it. George Hassitina, editor of the London American, is in Washington.
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