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Theatrical. --All the actors are going abroad, despairing of any chance at home during the war. Miss Cushman, Joseph Jefferson, Clarke, the comedian, the Florences, Sam Cowell, Miss Sara Stevens, and Mr. Sothern are announced as having already left for Europe, or as being on the point of departure.
ansfer it to some other officer of the Sixty-ninth New York Regiment, who from the circumstances of a longer term of military service than he could speak of, and a larger amount of military practice and information than he possessed, is better entitled to the distinction. Assured that there will be no difficulty in having this wish gratified, he recommends to the Secretary of War the favorable consideration of Captain James Kelly, the senior Captain of the Sixty-ninth. Captain Meagher, Captain Clarke and Lieut. Col. Nugent, of that regiment, are in Washington, looking after their wounded in the various hospitals, and on business connected with the payment of their men. Joshua H. Bates, who was recommended by the Ohio Congressional delegation for a Brigadier- Generalship, has declined the appointment. Financial storm Predicted. The New York Herald, of Wednesday, in an editorial upon the backwardness of the New York and Philadelphia bankers in taking their share of the Go