ockton, Chaplain of the House of Representatives at Washington, has been called home to Philadelphia by the death of a son.
A bill has been introduced in the Senate of North Carolina to repeal so much of the Constitution of the State as prohibits Israelites from holding office.
The Wilmington (N. C.) Journal says letters from Raleigh represent it as doubtful whether the Legislature will pass any Convention Bill, Things look queer.
A son of Wm. M. Robinson was shot by an intemperate man named Barrett, in Petersburg, on Thursday night, but not seriously injured.
The anniversary of Franklin's birth--the 17th January --was handsomely celebrated by the printers in the Northern cities.
Gen. Harvey has been challenged by a late officer of the army.
They are both in Washington.
On Monday night the Temperance Hall at Church Hill, Queen Anne's county, Md., was destroyed by fire.
Joseph Jefferson, the comedian, commences an engagement in Washington to-night.