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Charged with stealing money. --A man named Edward Badger was put in the cage yesterday, charged with stealing seventy- six dollars in bank notes, the property of Wm. H. Davis.
Latest from the North. Northern preparations by land and sea — Congress news — note from President Davis to Lincoln — Corcoran, Wilcox, and others, to be Hanged if Missouri bridge Burners are shot — financial Troubles. [special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.] Norfolk, Va., Jan. 6th. --Northern dates to the 5th February have been received here. The New York Herald says that large bodies of the rebel forces have been transferred by railroad from Manassas to some otnt not mentioned. Vallandigham has made a speech on the Treasury note bill, now under consideration in the Federal Congress. He drew a terrible picture of the results to be expected from this financial scheme. The Herald says that President Davis has intimated to Lincoln that if the Missouri bridge-burners are hung, according to the orders of Gen. Halleck, Lee, Corcoran, Wilcox, and other Federal prisoners will share the same fate, in retaliation. A Cabinet meeting was held on Tues