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is they are powerless. From Boston, May 5, we learn that-- Corporal Needham, mortally wounded at Baltimore, was a member of the Universalist Church in Lawrence, and highly esteemed as a citizen. His funeral on Saturday, conducted by the City Government of Lawrence, was attended by the Fire Department, several military Lawrence, was attended by the Fire Department, several military companies, and many thousand citizens of Lawrence and the adjoining towns. Three volleys of musketry were fired over his tomb. A monument will be erected to his memory. A dispatch from Toronto, Canada, May 4, says: It is reported that the Americans are enlisting recruits for the Federal Army here. Detectives are inveLawrence and the adjoining towns. Three volleys of musketry were fired over his tomb. A monument will be erected to his memory. A dispatch from Toronto, Canada, May 4, says: It is reported that the Americans are enlisting recruits for the Federal Army here. Detectives are investigating the matter, and they will be arrested if discovered. The New York papers of Saturday furnish the following as one of the results of the war: The imports of foreign dry goods at this port continue light, and the aggregate for the past month shows a still farther material falling off; the entries for consumptio