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Stanton in the event of the withdrawal of the latter from the Cabinet. Why Mr. Davis has not been tried. The President is preparing, or has prepared, a reply to the resolution of Congress asking for information why Jefferson Davis has not been brought to trial. The ground taken will be found to embrace the legal difficulties heretofore announced as in the way of a civil trial, and the probabilities are that Congress will pass a law to meet this and all similar emergencies. Hon. Henry J. Raymond, of New York, for one, will strongly advocate such a measure. Repetition of an old confiscation story. Information has been received of the confiscation, by the provost-marshal at Lexington, Va., of a considerable quantity of valuable hides belonging to the tannery of that place, and in part the property of the widow of Stonewall Jackson. Admiral Semmes. The arrival here of the former Confederate Captain Semmes, of the Alabama, who was arrested at Montgomery, Ala.,