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The Russian fleet, the officers of which have been so liberally feted in New York, is expected at Washington to day, by invitation of the Yankee Secretary of the Navy. Mrs. Howard Paul was hissed at Scarborough, England, white singing the "Star Spangled Banner," recently. The property of ex Gov. Aiken, of South Carolina, in Douglas county, Wis, has been confiscated by the U. S. authorities. Fd. P. Jeffries, the Boston merchant who failed recently for $300,000, has left "a ring, watch, and horse and carriage" as his assets. "Peace does not appear so distant as it did," says Mr. Lincoln. "Neither does the millennium," replies the New York Argus. Rev. Geo. D. Cummings, of Baltimore, has accepted the charge of Trinity congregation at Chicago. The last British census shows that there were 210 persons of 100 years of age in England. Thomas M. Broom, tried at Augusta, Ga., for the murder of his wife, has been acquitted. The Federal are working Gen. Pillow's plantations in Arkansas. The draft in New Jersey has been postponed until January.
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