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s in Rhode Island to send merchant vessels after the naval expedition, loaded with supplies necessary for the Union men of the South, (a laugh comes in here,) and the Rhode Islanders expect to obtain cotton in exchange for their "Union notions," and will ship it to Liverpool from any of the Southern ports controlled by the fleet. (Here the laugh concludes) The Maryland Legislature stands 68 for the Union to six for Secession. A special session of the Legislature has been called by Governor Hicks to undo the legislation of last spring and place the State full and square upon the Union platform. Francis Albany, one of the prisoners taken on the Petrel, died recently at Moyamensing prison. General Hallack has been appointed commander, in the Western Department, in the place of General Fremont. The blockade on the Potomac continues effective, and the Northern journals complain of its disastrous effects. The Baltimore papers of the 12th instant, have also been rec