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Gress — outrage by Black Republicans — a Discovery — Appointment.

New York, August 12
--Dispatches to eastern newspapers announce the destruction of the Democratic Standard, at Concord, N. H. by returned three months volunteers. The proprietors fought for a while to save their property, wounding two of the mob; but brute numbers prevailed.

The Commercial, of this city, publishes a letter from Fortress Monroe, which state that a party of bathers had discovered a submarine cable, which it was supposed lead from the interior of the Fortress to the enemy's camp.

J. Lathrop Motley has been appointed Minister to Austria.

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