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zing a Territorial Government for Idaho, carved out of Oregon, Decotah, and Washington Territories. St. Thomas, W. I. Feb, 24.--The Vanderbilt, Alabama, and Shepherd Knapp, United States men of war, are off to-day in pursuit of the pirate Florida. They have great speed and are carrying heavy batteries. Cincinnati, March 10.--Major-General Cox, now of the Army of the Kanawha, will shortly supersede Major-General Wright, of the Department of Ohio. Florida.--By the Roanoke, from Havana, the Herald learns that the Ocean Herald, from Portland, saw a wreck; but got frightened and ran away, and surmised that possibly the wreck might have been the Florida! Cairo, March 10.--News from Vicksburg, Tuesday, says the rebels were throwing occasional shells at our workmen on the canal opposite Vicksburg. The dredging machines were still at work. The Yanoo Pass expedition is progressing. The Ohio and Mississippi are still rising. San Francisco, March 10.--It is reported th
wing is a summary of the news: The steamship Roanoke arrived at New York on the 10th, from Havana, and brings information to the effect that the opinion prevailed at Havana that the privateer FlHavana that the privateer Florida has been wrecked. The Ocean Herald, from Portland, which arrived at Havana on the 3d, reported having seen the wreck of a steamer painted black on the Abaco, about 12 miles from the lighthouse.Havana on the 3d, reported having seen the wreck of a steamer painted black on the Abaco, about 12 miles from the lighthouse. Only her stern and smoke stacks were discernible. On the same day the Captain picked up two water casks, painted follows, with black hoops. Nothing has been heard of the Florida since the So The Herald's correspondent from on board the Vanderbilt says, from information obtained at Havana just before that vessel left, on the 4th that the pirate Alabama had gone to Kingston, after hern and women pulled around the ship singing "Dixie" at the top of their voices. The Herald's Havana correspondence, of the 5th, says the French are awaiting reinforcements before attacking Puebla.