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rders of their superiors, have been arrested and held in custody as prisoners, or have been impeded in the discharge of their official duties, without due legal process, by persons claiming to act under authorities of the States of Virginia and North Carolina, an efficient blockade of the ports of those States will also be established. In witness whereof, I have here unto set my hand, and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed.--Done at the city of Washington, the twenty-seventh day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, and of the independence of the United States the eighty-fifth. Abraham Lincoln. By the President: Wm. H. Seward, Sec'y of State. The Alexandria Gazette, of yesterday, has the following by special express from Washington. It embraces fuller accounts of events previously reported: Washington, April 29. --Guards of soldiers are at both ends of the Long Bridge. On the Virginia side, the gallant ye
sion of the rebels must be retaken at every expense. The Governor will recommend an appropriation of several millions of dollars — perhaps five. Boston, April 27. --Hon. Caleb Cushing has tendered his services to the Governor in any capacity. Philadelphia, April 28. --C. J. Ingersoll has invited Ex-PresMr. Ingersoll, of Pennsylvania, has gone to Philadelphia, and perhaps Baltimore, on a mission to mediate between the Government and the South. St. Louis, April 27. --Governor Jackson has declared that his policy is a peace policy. That he convened the Legislature only for the purpose of more perfectly organizing the ce of the Governor. The report that arms belonging to this Commonwealth went forward for their use, is denied by the highest official authority. Quebec, April 27. --Agents of the Federal Government, and other parties, said to be connected with the Vanderbilt line, have been trying to any the Gulf steamers Victoria an
Position of Edward Everett, &c. Boston, April 27th. --Hon. Edward Everett, in an eloquent speech, says "we are but one heart and mind, and that the Government must be sustained. We forget that we ever were partizans — we remember only that we are Americans." The Collector of this port has received orders to grant no clearances for any port south of Delaware Bay.