these they will bring into the field before they will yield, and before their country can be conquered.
A Washington telegram says:
Mr. B. S. Osborn, naval reporter, No. 2 Dey street, New York, and correspondent of the English Army and Navy Gazette, has been arrested by order of the President, and ordered to trial, for furnishing to the public press, and requesting the publication of, the details of the Wilmington expedition, thereby causing the enemy to reinforce the works at Federal Point. Mr. Osborn is now in the Old Capitol prison at Washington.
Gold was quoted in New York on Wednesday at 223 3-8.
The New York Wold, of Wednesday morning, sets afloat a story that the French and English Ministers have notified Mr. Seward of the intention of their Governments to recognize the Southern Confederacy, on the Government of the latter abolishing slavery.
Aaron H. Cragin, the newly-elected United States Senator from New Hampshire, for the term o