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A daughter-in-law and daughter of the late British novelist, G. P. R. James, will open a select school in Detroit, Mich., on the 1st of January.

The Boston Daily Advertiser learns shat it is doubtful whether, in consequence of the state of his family, Edward Everett will be able at present to under take the mission to Europe, which has been tendered him be Seward.

The Federal steamer Memphis, engaged in the recent battle near Columbus, Ky., had some fifteen or twenty bullet holes made entirely through her texas and cabin, and was badly riddled with balls. One man was killed in the cabin.

A rumor is current in the Lincoln army that the orders upon which Gen. Baker acted at Ball's Bluff were forged by some Confederate for the purpose of drawing him into a trap.

The Tampa Peninsula reports that the English yacht America arrived in Jacksonville, Fla., a few days since, bringing over some English army officers.

Mr. W. W. Wilbus, long known as a prominent and successful business man in Charleston, S. C., died in that city on the 29th ult.

The Grand Division of the Sons of Temperance of South Carolina has just closed a harmonious session in Columbia.

The General Assembly of the presbyterian church of the Confederate States will meet in

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