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ms, which have the preference. Exchange on London is down to 4 per cent premium. Indianapolis, April 24. --The extra session of the Legislature convenes to-day. The old officers resigned, and new officers were elected without regard to party lines. After the organization the Star- Spangled Banner, Red, White and Blue, and the Union forever, were sung. The House then adjourned, and marched, headed by a band, to Camp Morton, to listen to an address to the soldiers by the Hon. S. A. Douglas. A sufficient number of companies have been offered to form ten additional regiments. Indiana can send to the field within one month 50,000 volunteers. The Assembly will place the State upon a war footing at present, and establish a reserve guard of 10,000 men. New York, April 24. --The steamer Daylight is to sail with 250 recruits and volunteers. The steamer Montgomery sailed this morning with the artillery of the eighth regiment. The steamer Huntsville is being
spatch received at New Orleans on the 20th inst., from the Hon C. G. Memminger, ordered the close of the $15,000,000 loan of the Confederate States, the entire amount having been subscribed for. Joseph Henry, a promising little son of Mr. John Diller, living near Taylor's Springs, Rockingham county, Va., was accidentally killed on Friday morning week, by a tree falling upon him. The barque Chase, cleared from Baltimore for Montevideo, with a cargo of flour, is reported to have been seized by the Government, and carried into Annapolis. Judge Field has determined, in response to a call to that effect from the people, not to hold his usual term of Court in Louisa this spring. At Indianapolis, Senator Douglas counselled his audience not to infringe on the rights of the South, but to fight for their constitutional rights. Capt. Berry, formerly Captain of the Charleston steamer Columbia, left New York last week, to escape lynching, for his sympathy with the South.