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squelch secession. Boston Aug. 28.--The resigned officers of the frigate Congress, (Robert Tansill, of Virginia, Captain of Marines; Thomas Wilson, of Missouri, Second Lieut.; Henry B. Claiborne and H. B. Cenas, Midshipmen, both of New Orleans,) have been sent under a guard to Fort Lafayette. Cincinnati,Aug. 29.--The remains of Gen.Lyon arrived here this morning, and was escorted by the military to Smith and Nixon's Hall, where the body now lies in state Large numbers of citizens have visited the hall during the day. The remains will be taken east to night. Boston, August 29--It turns out that the supposed privateer which spoke the Agricola off Cape Ann, and frightened the Captain, was the yacht Wild Pigeon, on a pleasure excursion. The Captain of the Agricola was imposed upon, and supposed he had encountered a genuine privateer. New York, Aug. 29--Ellis B. Schuabel has been arrested for treasonable speeches in Connecticut, and is now confined in Fort Lafayette.