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The Niagara's Mails.the British State papers on American affairsletter from Capt. Semmes, of the Sumter. &c., &c., &c., &c., The New York papers of Feb. 26, received at this office on Friday evening last, contain full details of news by the Niagara, which had already been briefly forwarded by telegraph. We extract a portion of the papers relating to the war in America, published in the London Post, of February, 8th, omitting the earlier correspondence, which dates as far back as Novembon which the American civil war has brought as near to ourselves as a neutral State as if no broad Atlantic lay between us and the burning house beyond. Earl Derby on recognition. We get the following from the New York Herald of the 26th February: In the House of Lords on the 7th instant the Earl of Derby said he was not much in the habit of occupying the time of their lordships with matters personal to himself, or with making observations in reference to the reports of his speec
From the North.progress of the War. We have received the New York Herald Philadelphia, Inquirer, and Baltimore American, of the 26th February, from which we extract a variety of Northern intelligence: Suspension of the Press and telegraph. The following order has just been promulgated by the Lincoln Government: War Department.Washington city, D. C., Feb. 25, 1862. Ordered. First--On and after the twenty-sixth day of February, instant, the President, by virtue of the act oftwenty-sixth day of February, instant, the President, by virtue of the act of Congress, takes military possession of all the telegraph lines in the United States. Second--All telegraphic communications in regard to military operations not expressly authorized by the War Department, the General Commanding, or the Generals Commanding in the field, in the several Departments, are absolutely forbidden. Third--All newspapers publishing the military news, however obtained, and by whatever medium received, not authorized by the official authority mentioned in the precedi
eturn to their allegiance, and show a desire to maintain law and order over the territory, all military restrictions shall be withdrawn. Postal facilities are extended to Clarksville, and "the mail bags will follow the flag. " Chicago, Feb. 26.--Reports from rebel sources represent that a stand will be made at Columbus, Randolph and Memphis. Forces are concentrating at the latter places, and the street of Memphis are barricaded with cotton bales. The reports of the pacification ofTennessee are denied. The last Murfreesboro' papers contain a savage war speech from Governor Harris. The mortar fleet is finished, Nothing has transpired in reference to Columbus. Reported Union sentiment in New Mexico. Kansas City, Feb. 26. --The Santa Fe mail, with advices to the 10th inst., has arrived. Sibley's proclamation did not have the desired effect. Instead of rallying men to his standard, it has strengthened the Union army by at least two regiments, and place
Late from the North.[per flag of truce.]the mortar fleet — Newspaper Braggadocio — the Northern Congress.&c., &c., &c., Norfolk, Feb. 28. --A flag of truce from Fortress Monroe brings Northern papers of yesterday morning. There had been no movement by the army of the Potomac up to the 26th: A dispatch-dated- Washington, Feb. 26th, says that the Committee of Ways and Means are laboring on the tax bill, but the principal features of it are unknown. Secretary Chase says that actual payments from the treasury average a million and a half of dollars per day, and yet the arrearage have largely accumulated, causing serious trouble and distress; and the immediate payment of the latter class is urgently required. The unsatisfied requisitions of the several Departments amount to $26,500,000, and the floating debt now exceeds $40,000,000. In this condition of the financial affairs of the United States, he requests that certificates of debt be issued. It is confident