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Telegraphic items. By way of Nashville, Tenn., we have the following: From Washington. Washington, June 21.--Wm. Porter Miles, of Louisiana, is appointed Consul to Tripoli. A battle between McDowell's division and the Southerners at Vienna is deemed inevitable to-morrow. It is now evident that the main blow of the Federals will be struck from Washington with 45,000 men. There is surprise in some quarters that Gen, Scott does not prevent the erection of batteries at various points on the right bank of the Potomac. Washington,June 22.--A requisition will be sent to Indiana for four additional regiments. It is believed that the Government here will not interfere with the due course of law in the case of the privateer Savannah. The case of the condemned schooner Tropic Wind will probably be appealed to the United States Court. It is said that Crittenden will offer his compromise to Congress, coupled with a threat of the secession of Kentucky