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Advices from Texas show that the State has ratified the Secession Ordinance by from 40,000 to 45,000 majority. It is reported that Governor Houston resigns his position. The walnut trees in Great Britain have become very scarce, having been bought up by the Government during the Crimean war to be made into musket stocks. The commissions of the new Cabinet officers have all been signed by the President, and Mr. Seward was the first to enter upon the duties of his office at the State Department. John C. Kassen, of Iowa, has been nominated by the President as First Assistant Postmaster General. The barn of James C. Scott, near Marion, Ala., with 30,000 bushels of corn, was destroyed by fire on the 29th ult. The residence of Robert D. Grigg, near Petersburg, Va., was burnt on Tuesday night last. Loss $1,200. Dr. Thomas Harris, U. S. N., died in Philadelphia on Monday, in the 78th year of his age. The municipal election of Alexandria, Va., took pl
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In Washington, Wednesday, the Vermont delegation called on Gen. Scott and Messrs. Seward, Dix and Bates. Gen. Scott made a speech in which he thanked Vermont for her Presidential vote in 1852.