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The Federal soldiers at Cross Keys, Md., got into a state of insubordination last Saturday, and the guards fired upon them, killing one and wounding another. Two more were to have been court-martialed. The Charleston banks have had a meeting and responded favorably to all the propositions submitted by the late Bank Convention. The County Court of Dinwiddle, Va., on Monday last, appropriated $45,000 for war purposes, making the entire appropriation by the county $50,000. Mr. Vaughn, of Laurens, S. C., a member of Col. Williams' regiment, was accidentally killed by falling from the cars on the Charlotte Railroad a few days ago. There are in England 356 ragged day schools, with an attendance of 23,052 scholars, and 192 night schools, with an attendance of 20,909. Charles Dickens is much distressed with neuralgic pains in the face, and is obliged to leave London for the sea-side. A Northern paper says the wife and daughter of Colonel Magruder, commander of the Confederate forces at Great Bethel, are in Boston. Andy Johnson has taken flight from Tennessee to the North. He threatens to return with 20,000 men for the purpose of ‘"subjugation."’ Mr. Robert C. Coleman, a well known citizen of Montgomery, Ala., died on the 12th instant. Capt. C. L. Sayre, who has mustered 2700 Texans into the Confederate service, has been ordered to report to Gen. Bragg at Pensacola. The Hungarians in Turin lately entertained Kossuth at a banquet. The guest guest had Klapga on his right and Tur on his left. The New York papers say that the markets of that city have not been more than half supplied with strawberries this season. Richard Lovell Edgeworth, a nephew of Maria Edgeworth, died in Chesterfield District, S. C., on the 3d inst., in his 66th year. Mr. Charles Edmonton, one of the oldest merchants of Charleston, died at Alken, S. C., on the 15th inst. Manager Marchant has given a theatrical entertainment at Charleston for the purpose of contributing to the Jackson fund. The Boston Yankees celebrated the anniversary of the battle of Bunker Hill, on the 17th inst. with great pomp. Major Henry Hill, of Virginia, Paymaster in the U. S. Army, at New York, has resigned. The brig Hattle Jackson, taken as a prize by the blockading squadron off Savannah, has been taken to New York. The Whitworth guns, recently brought to Washington, will, it is said, probably be mounted on the works at Alexandria. Typhus fever is said to be raging in three of the wards in New York city. Col. D. H. Hill, of the First North Carolina Regiment, is a native of South Carolina. New wheat of excellent quality has made its appearance in the Norfolk market. Cornelius McLean, of the Baltimore bar, died a few days ago. Winfield Scott Anderson, arrested in Baltimore for ‘"treason,"’ has been discharged. The town of Leesburg, was in possession of our troops last Friday On the Friday night a fire at Chamber, Mo. destroyed $39,000 worth of property.
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