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Nothing has been yet done towards rebuilding Sebastopol, and its appearance differs but slightly from its state at the end of the siege.

The Ingham University of La Roy, N. Y., has conferred upon Gen. George B. McClellan, the commander of the Federal troops in Western Virginia, the Ll D.

The steamer Capt. Roskell, left New York on Saturday for Liverpool, with 65 passengers.

It is stated that upon the representation of Frank P. Blair, Jr., Col. has been made Brigadier-General.

Alderman E. A. January, one of the oldest citizens of Montgomery, Ala., last Friday.

Bapinet, the French astronomer, says that the present comet is Charles but Leverrier denies it.

Dr. Wm. A Rogers, a citizen of Entaw, Ala, died last week.

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