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arations for the prosecution of the war. Hon. Mr. Vallandigham's speech in Congress. &c., &c., &c. our Advices from the North this morning are to the 10th inst. The news is quite interesting, a brief synopsis of which appeared in our telegraphic columns yesterday morning. Col. Samuel Colt died at Harrisons, Ct, on the 10th inst. His fire-arms factory will be carried on by the present corporation. Ex-Gov. Morehead, of Kentucky, has been released from confinement in Fort Warren on his parole, and proceeded immediately to New York. Secession troubles in the Chamber of Commerce at St. Louis are reported to have taken place on the out for a ruse, and may return after dark. Some of the steamers, we learn, had scows in tow. Important results Anticipated. The New York Herald, of the 10th instant, has the following speculations with regard to the expedition: The sailing of Burnside's fleet, and the wishes that accompany it, dimly foreshadow in