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A large satinet factory at Norfolk, Conn., known as the "Norfolk Woolen Factory," was burnt Tuesday night, with all its contents. It employed about seventy-five hands. The loss is estimated at $40,000; insured for $30,000. A respectable citizen of Orleans, Ind., named Thomas W. Busick, was murdered in the streets of that town a few nights since, by a person who entertained hostile feelings against him. A drover named L. D. Stevens was murdered at Pembroke, Gennessee county, N. Y., a few days since. He had between $7,000 and $8,000 with him, which was supposed to have been the cause of the murder. On Thursday Mr. Samuel France, a highly respectable citizen of Baltimore, Md., committed suicide by shooting himself with a gun. It is probable that the Confederate Congress will adjourn within the next ten days, to meet again in July, at such place as circumstances may render necessary. A report has reached Keokuk, that a party of Missourians had gone over i