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ampshire, occupied by Daniel Webster during the first years of his practice, is now an oyster saloon. The Fifty-fourth Massachusetts volunteers (negro) would not take a cent less than was given to white troops. They stood firm, and conquered, and the other day were paid off in full at white man's prices. The peace men of Delaware refuse to participate in the services of Thanksgiving Day because Governor Cannon, in his proclamation, instanced among the causes for thankfulness the "freeing of the slaves of Maryland and the prospects of a speedy declaration of universal freedom." Mrs. Joshua R. Giddings died at Jefferson, Ashtabula county, Ohio, on the 15th instant. A St. Louis paper says: "There are not less than 200,000 persons in Missouri this day who are little better than paupers, not knowing where to get food to maintain them through the winter." Professor Benjamin Silliman, Sr., of Howard University, a noted Abolition agitator, died on the 23d instant.