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Later from the North.

Orange C. H., April 11.
--Dates to the 8th have been received here. The following is a synopsis:

Thurlow Weed thinks the Yankee Congress resolutions in regard to Mexico will throw Napoleon and Maximilian into the arms of the rebels.

The Republicans carried the gubernatorial election in Rhode Island by a small majority.

The Emancipations carried Maryland on the 6th by an overwhelming majority.

The 11th and 12th army corps are consolidated into the 20th army corps, and Hooker is to command it.

A telegram from Baltimore on the 7th says the movements of troops are very active there.

Guerillas burnt a steamboat ten miles below Memphis on the 2d.

Advices from New Orleans report that the Mobile ram Tennessee was recently sunk in a gale near Grant's Pass.

The New Jersey Legislature refuses to allow soldiers to vote.

Henry Clay's widow, aged 83, is dead.

Admiral Porter's fleet captured 40,000 bales of cotton on Red river.

An official dispatch from Little Rock, Arkansas, reports that the expedition to Elba and Longview burned the rebel pontoon bridge; also, captured a train of thirty five wagons, and took 320 rebel prisoners. They engaged Duckling's rebel division, routing and driving it ten miles.

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