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The ultimatum of South Carolina refused by the General Government. Washington, Feb, 7.--The N. Y. Herald's correspondent says the President's reply to Col. Hayne was transmitted yesterday. It calls for an answer from Hayne, which will be made immediately. This will close the correspondence. The Government refuses to comply with the demand of South Carolina for the surrender of Fort Sumter. All hope of a peaceable solution of the question is abandoned. There has been an apparent disposition on both sides to delay matters in hope an amicable adjustment might be made, leading to peace in Charleston harbor, but the matter cannot further be postponed. Carolina has presented her ultimatum, and the Government has positively refused to comply.
Congressional. Washington, Feb. 7. --House.--The bill to reorganize the Patent Office and amend the patent law, was passed with amendments. The report of the Committee of Thirty-Three was taken up. Mr. Corwin proposed to postpone calling the previous question on it for a week. Henry Winter Davis, of Maryland, made a speech, in which he referred to the imbecility of the President, and treason of the former members of the Cabinet. He said the Constitution and laws must be enforced, and those who oppose them must conquer, submit, or be destroyed. (Applause.) This was the sentiment of Maryland. Mr. Kunkel desired to deny this, but the Republican side of the House were too well pleased to permit him, and Mr. Davis declined yielding the floor. Mr. Davis continued. Whether elected by the people of Maryland, or not, I will state what I know to be their will. (Deafening applause.) He would fight disunion from St. Mary's to the Alleghanies. Mr. Kunkel
Northern Markets. Baltimore, Feb. 7. --Flour steady, Howard st., Ohio and City Mills $5.25. Wheat dull — red $1.26 @1.32; white $1.47@1.62. Corn lower — yellow 58@60 Provisions active — mess pork $1s. Lard 10 ½c. Coffee steady at 12 ½@13 ½c. Whiskey steady at 18 Sales in New York, February 6th, of $1,000 Virginia 6's at 74, $2,000 Virginia 6's at 74 ½, and $21,000 Tennessee 6's at