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n Fort Henry.Missouri War News.#x38;c., &c., &c. From the Baltimore American, of the 6th inst., we make up the following interesting summary of intelligence: The advance of Gen. Grant on Fort Henry--damage to a Federal gun-boat. Cairo, Feb. 5. --The force under General Grant arrived at this landing, six miles below Fort Henry, yesterday afternoon. The gun-boats Essex and St. Louis made a reconnaissance of the rebel works for the purpose of landing the forces. They went within fternoon. The force of the enemy is supposed to be 15,000 men. A dispatch dated to-day says that General Grant's force is within four miles of Fort Henry and a fight was expected to-day. The Canada reciprocity Treaty. Washington, Feb. 5. --The report made from the Committee of Commerce to-day by Representative Ward is adverse to the proposed abnegation of the reciprocity treaty, but advocates an enlargement of its commercial connections, with a view to render reciprocity,
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been received. The House of Representatives at Washington has passed a bill authorizing the issue of one hundred and fifty millions dollars' worth of Treasury demand notes. The legal tender clause is incorporated in the bill. The vote upon the bill stood: eyes 93, nose 54. It is probable that the Senate will enact the bill. The direct tax bill has not been passed yet.--It is still under consideration in Congress. The Herald publishes the following dispatches: Rolla, Mo., Feb. 5.--Gen. Price is within eight miles of Springfield, Missouri. Boston,Feb. 6.--Great preparations are being made to hurry up the speedy departure of Butler's expedition. Several of the vessels are fitted out complete and are ready. Ten thousand troops are to accompany the expedition. Advices from Mexico inform us that a great battle has been fought in Mexico at the National Bridge. The engagement lasted five hours. The Spaniards were defeated. Washington, Feb. 6.--A petition