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d driven to that hotel, and to my dying day I shall remember the kindly greeting of Mr. and Mrs. Brown (parents of Mrs. Richard Wallach), the worthy proprietors. Their son-in-law, Mayor Wallach, was a friend of Mr. Logan, and through him they had beMayor Wallach, was a friend of Mr. Logan, and through him they had been advised of our coming, and right royally did they receive us. I felt that in Mrs. Brown I had a refuge in all the dilemmas that awaited the timid young wife of a Western Congressman. This city was then dominated by the aristocratic slave-hol days has excelled the stateliness of the occasion in all its appointments or the illustrious characters taking part. Mayor and Mrs. Wallach gave many grand dinners and receptions and one ball so resplendent as to rival anything, save a fancy-drMrs. Wallach gave many grand dinners and receptions and one ball so resplendent as to rival anything, save a fancy-dress affair. We recall the venerable John J. Crittenden and his charming wife, whose dignified bearing and genial face were ever pleasing to see; Lord Napier; the French minister; Hon. Anson Burlingame; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clay, of Alabama; Mrs. Green
Washington city appointments. --The following appointments were sent into the Senate to-day: Marshal of the District of Columbia--Mr. Lammond. City Postmaster — Richard Wallach. Navy Agent--Mr. McKim. Mr. Lammond hails from Illinois, is said to be a relative of President Lincoln, and was in law partnership with him. Mr. Lammond is at present in South Carolina as the private Commissioner of the President to Gov. Pickens, and bearer of dispatches to Major Anderson. Richard gent--Mr. McKim. Mr. Lammond hails from Illinois, is said to be a relative of President Lincoln, and was in law partnership with him. Mr. Lammond is at present in South Carolina as the private Commissioner of the President to Gov. Pickens, and bearer of dispatches to Major Anderson. Richard Wallach, is well-known to our citizens. He has been strongly anti-Democratic, as was evidenced in the Mayoralty election, but is, notwithstanding, a popular gentleman.--Wash. States, Wednesday.
to be placed on the clause in the President's proclamation relating to the interdiction of commercial intercourse with the so-called Confederate States; and learning that it was intended to include letters, immediately issued orders to all their officers to cease receiving letters without waiting for the expiration of the limit of time named in that document. It is not known what action, if any, has been taken by the letter express companies on this subject. Washington, Aug. 26.--Richard Wallach, Esq., was this afternoon elected Mayor of Washington by the City Council, to supply the vacancy occasioned by Mayor Berrett's arrest. He was forth with installed. The Navy Department has a prompt method of dealing with disloyalists, in addition to similar cases recently mentioned. A. D. Wharton, a midshipman on board the Seminole, tendered his resignation, but he was dismissed the service and sent to Fort Lafayette. Several soldiers claiming to be British subjects, and
me as Arbert Bruen. He was taken by a policeman before Marshal Murray, who was asked for the proof against him; and Capt. Quinn replied he would have to proceed in quest of it. The prisoner was then remanded to the police headquarters. Mayor Wallach and his brother "Dug." The new Mayor of Washington, Richard Wallach, was serenaded last Monday night, and in return he made a speech in the course of which he declared himself for the Lincoln Government. He was followed by his brother, tRichard Wallach, was serenaded last Monday night, and in return he made a speech in the course of which he declared himself for the Lincoln Government. He was followed by his brother, the editor of the Star, W. D. Wallach, who declared himself an exile from Virginia, his home and his family and property, but in favor forever of the Federal Government. Mrs. Greenhow. A Washington dispatch to the New York Herald says: Since the arrest of the females who have made themselves conspicuous by their efforts to obtain and transmit valuable information to the rebels, in addition to the charges upon which their arrest was based, a number of facts have been discovered sho