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Late from the North.the evacuation of YorktownYankee reports of Affairs in the West.&c, &c, &c, We were yesterday placed in possession of late New York and Baltimore papers, including dates as late as May 5th. They make no allusion to the reported stampede of the Border States members from the Lincoln Congress, nor to the rumor of the prospective European intervention in affairs on this continent. The extracts which we publish contain the usual quantity of exaggeration, and must be peruse It is proper, however, to add that a military surveillance is maintained over such mails so far as the Government flags it necessary for the pur sate y I am, sir, your obedient servant, Wm. H. Seward. Department of State, Washington, May 5 Sir: I have the honor or to state, for the information of your Government, that a Collector has been appointed by the President for New Orleans, and that the necessary preparations are being made to modify the blockade so far as to permit l
$50 reward. --I will pay the above reward of fifty dollars for the apprehension, or for any information that will enable me to recure James Montgomery Vaden, who I had improved as a substitute, and who absconded from my Agent at the American Hotel Richmond, Va., on the morning of the 5th May, inst., He is 17 years old, well grown has light or rather auburn hair, fair complexion about 5 feet 10½ inches high; had on a new gray military suit, trimmed with black, and a gray cap without trimming; also, a knapsack, with the initials "A. G. C." upon it; had in the knapsack a pair of brown which he might put on to avoid detection, Address. A. J. Camp. my 12--3t* Lynchburg Va.