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The Raising of the frigate Merrimac -- General Hardenbergh commanding the District of Norfolk -- Captain N. Hoysradt appointed provost Marshal of Norfolk .
From Savannah — a regiment in Process of Formation — a mulatto sentenced to one year's imprisonment for using seditious language — the schooner Israel R. Snow Burned — the Mayor of Mobile Prohibits the bringing of negroes into that city.
Fire in Montreal — the Merchants ' Exchange destroyed — the Chief of the fire brigade hurt and two firemen stunned — decision of the American Consul at Montreal Relative to the payment of Ad valorem duties.
The Festival at the Manchester Baptist Church last night, was a decided success, and gave entire satisfaction to the large concourse of persons in attendance. The music was very good — the supper everything that the most fastidious epicure could desire — and the ladies as beautiful and attractive as the fair daughters of Manchester always are. The ladies of the sewing circle of the church deserve great praise for the manner in which the festival was gotten up, and we are pleased to know that their labors have met with a satisfactory pecuniary reward, as well as the grateful thanks of all who were fortunate enough to be present last evening.
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