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Military election. --An election of officers for the Third Company of Howitzers, rendered necessary by the death of Capt. R. C. Stanard, was held on the Peninsula. November 16th, with the following result: Senior 1st Lieutenant Moseley elected Captain; Junior 1st Lieutenant John M. West, 1st Lieutenant; B. H. Smith, Junior 1st Lieutenant; H. C. Carter, 2d Lieutenant.
or reproach. No man in Kentucky enjoys a more enviable reputation among his fellow-citizens. His election to the seat once honored by the Great Pacificator, and lately disgraced by John C. Breckinridge, would have a moral effect upon the country that would be alike honored to Kentucky and beneficial to the nation. Distinguished visitors to Annapolis. A special train went to Annapolis this morning with a party of distinguished visitors, composed of Secretaries Seward, Cameron, and Smith; Assistant Secretaries T. A. Scott and Frederick A. Seward; Brigadier-General Van Vlitt, Governor Andrews and lady, and his aid, Colonel Richie and lady of Massachusetts, and Mr. Thayer, banker of Boston. They visited the Naval School, where the Secretary of War was received with the customary salute, and were complimented with a dress parade of the 23d Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, ordered by Colonel Morse, the Commandant of the post After dinner at the City Hall the party proceeded t