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From Alexandria. Alexandria,May 14.--Washington and Alexandria are quiet to-day. The steamer Pawnee is still menacing this city. New volunteer companies are rapidly organizing. Ned Buntline took a solitary walk across the Long Bridge to-day. He was arrested by the Virginians, and brought to this city and discharged.
Contraband of war. Washington,May 14.--The Secretary of the Treasury has just issued a circular to all Collectors and Surveyors, and other Officers of Customs, in relation to commerce with the Southern States, with the following addition: Among the prohibited supplies are included coals, telegraphic instruments, wire, cups, platini, sulphuric acid, zine, and all telegraphic material.
North Carolina all for Secession. Wilmington,May 14.--Messrs. Cowan and Ashe, Secessionists, were elected to the Convention yesterday in this city. The general vote of the State is small, and all for Secession.
From Sagua la Grande. Baltimore,May 14.--An arrival from Sagua la Grande brings advices to the 2d inst.--Freights on sugar and molasses $4 per hogshead. Foreign vessels in demand for best freights.
More "Privateers" captured. Gardiner's Island, N. Y.,May 14.--Two privateers were captured by a frigate off here Saturday night, after a severe cannonading.
Railroad Communication open. Baltimore,May 14.--The Baltimore and Wilmington Railroad is open.