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The New York Sun cannot credit Lord John Russell's "stupid admission" concerning letters of marque. W. H. Heiss, long connected with the Southern line of telegraph as superintendent, has resigned. J. Ross Snowden has been appointed Prothonotary of the Supreme Court in Philadelphia, vice Robert Tyler, resigned. The New York Express "don't like to have that British fleet on our sea-coast at this time, at all!" The foreign vessels, Volant and Tyrus, in Hampton Roads, consigned to Norfolk, have sailed for New York. The ship North Carolina, from Havre for Norfolk, is detained off Fortress Monroe. They are making percussion caps in Macon, Georgia. J. M. Allen, an enterprising merchant of Columbia, S. C., died on the 14th inst. It is stated that the Great Eastern will certainly sail for Liverpool on the 25th inst. Gen. Scott's family are in Elizabethtown, N. J. Hon. Henry May has consented to become a candidate for Congress in Maryland.