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eclined to receive a challenge. The Tribune and Times are glorifying Clemon and Etheridge. Of course, They also glorified John Brown. The former paper says there is to be no civil war, only a blockade of Southern harbors, a re-capturing of Southern ports, and a general enforcement of the laws. What fiddle-foddle ! A private dispatch is said to have reached here yesterday evening, stating that the Kentucky Legislature, by a decided majority, had refused to call a Convention. Hicks swears that if the members of the Maryland Legislature attempt to call a Convention over his head, he will have every one of them arrested for treason. A gentleman who knows Husk well, says he is an ignorant, low-bred man, and a pliant tool of Winter Davis. The following comes from a gentleman thoroughly posted in commercial matters: "That Virginia should hesitate about joining the Southern Confederacy, when by so doing she say obtain free trade with France and Sardinia, and a great re