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ment, Colonel Schwalulder, 900 strong, and two companies more are to come on from New York. Four hundred of these men were sent to the Junction, and five hundred are on guard along the railway between the Junction and Annapolis. Washington, May 5.--Governor Buckingham's Connecticut Regiment, the 28th Regiment of Brooklyn, and one company of the 13th, reached here to-night. Orders have been issued prohibiting the absence of troops from their quarters after half-past 9 o'clock at night, called for, will place the State in a condition of defence. Indianapolis, May 4.--The Legislature has authorized the Governor to call six regiments into the immediate service of the State. All are to be in camp by Tuesday. Washington, May 5.--The Government has six steamships running upon the Potomac, namely, the Anacostia, Pawnee, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Mount Vernon and Powhatan. The latter cleared on Saturday for an unknown destination, laden with cannon, shell and shot, and a l
h all that will hereafter be found resisting its authority, will appear to-morrow. A dispatch from Danbury, Conn., May 5th, tells us how the Yankee troops held an indignation meeting: A large indignation meeting was held here this afternoohe peace party, he says, had arms, they might be able to do something, but as it is they are powerless. From Boston, May 5, we learn that-- Corporal Needham, mortally wounded at Baltimore, was a member of the Universalist Church in Lawrenceyear, and about five millions less than 1859. The following Southern news was received last night: Montgomery, May 5.--Congress was in secret session all of yesterday. The injunction of secrecy was removed from an act passed providing forRussell, correspondent of the London Times, have arrived here. There is nothing new here from Pensacola. Mobile,May 5.--The Continentals, one hundred and sixty strong, left for Montgomery to-day, and there were also on board the steamer sev