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Petty Larceny. --A negro named Henry was convicted before the Mayor for stealing an iron chain from Jos. R. Anderson, and punished in the usual way. This shows what perils do environ the man that meddles with cold iron.
aton Rouge, Louisiana, now the property of General Harney, of the Federal Army, is to be immediately confiscated. The Buffalo (N. Y.) Courier states, on the authority of Thurlow Weed, that Mr. Lincoln has expressed his regret that he did not support Mr. Crittenden's propositions of last winter. Very probable. It is reported that a single discharge from the 128-pounder, mounted in the batteries at Columbus, Kentucky, killed twenty of the enemy and one horse. Shipe, who killed Anderson at Winchester a few months since, has been sentenced to the penitentiary for 18 years. Miller, who shot Capt. Henderson a month or two since in Jefferson county, has been sentenced to be shot. Major Slemmer is quite sick at Putlinville, Va. His wife has been telegraphed for and has left to join her husband. It is stated that the Rev. Mr. Mitchell, arrested on Sunday at Elkton, Md., has been released. Two hogsheads of tobacco, of the new crop, were sold in Louisville, Ky.