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h haversacks had taken fire from spontaneous combustion. The haversacks were made in Philadelphia, and by the way they burned they seemed made of touch-paper, not a particle of leather being used in their composition. The U. S. sloop-of-war Dale was spoken in lat, 30.40, lon. 80, and reported that three days before had chased a privateer schooner, but she outsailed the Dale and escaped. On Tuesday evening, Miss Susan Maria Tyng, youngest daughter of Rev. Dr. Tyng, rector of St. George's church, was made the wife of Rev. James Homans, of St. Paul's, Rahway, N. J. A numerous and brilliant party of friends were present. Affairs in Philadelphia. Philadelphia papers of the 14th furnish us with the following extracts: The Common Council has passed a resolution directing the clerk to advertise for a loan not exceeding twelve hundred thousand dollars, to pay deficiencies and liabilities accruing previously to the first day of January, 1861, including the interest du