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Williams, an Englishman, Wm. Ringgold, of Philadelphia, and another workman, were drowned by the upsetting of a boat in Somerset county, Md., on Tuesday last. Fifteen babies, all less than six months old, were christened in the Northampton (Mass. )Catholic Church last Sunday. Rev. J. P. Smeltzer, of Virginia, has been appointed Professor of Theology in Newbury (S. C.) College. One of the liberal religious societies at the West has a "Committee on Courtesy to Stranger." Count Cavour has proposed to, and has been accepted by, an English lady holding a distinguished place at the Court of Queen Victoria. Hen. David Wilmot has been nominated by the Republicans of the Pennsylvania Legislature for U. S. Senator. Mayor Bigelow, of Newark, N. J., met with a serious accident on Saturday, breaking one of his ribs by falling from a new building. Commodore Stewart, on Tuesday, took his seat as President of the Court of Inquiry ordered in the case of Com. Armstrong