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Four of the Southern representative admitted to Congress. Two English detectives have arr for the purpose of procuring inform Fenian movements. The adjournment of the Legislature is said to have been hastened b certainty which prevailed upon subject of restoration. Newly-election it is understood, would not something definite with reference to mission was known. In this con return of Hon. Jacob Barker is anxiously, as he would be in a give them considerable light on what a dark subject. General Fullerton's report on men's affairs is looked upon by imp as a tolerably truthful affair, though not agree with him as to the length five years--that he regards necessary further continuance of the bureau years of bureau, as an arm of military authority, is equivalent to saying there military rule, more or less, in the States during that long period. The sion is not endorsed by those who ar head of army affairs. The razeing of military forces no South will include a large number troops, for the reason that their there is regarded as hurtful to the in good order. Garrisons, therefore, will posed chiefly of whites, limited to th possible number. The reduction fighting forces is highly significant ju present time, when the quid nuance it that a row with France upon affairs is inevitable. Indeed, north more plainly show that no difficulty is apprehended. The arrest of Warring, of the No Carolina Times, may be set down as a that the Government will allow no utterances. This is the real significance arrest.
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