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Clerk, and John Wickham, have beek levied upon in St. Louis to pay their respective shares of the charity fund for the benefit of the Union refugees. Rev. George B. Cheever, the abolitionist p her of this city, was to have delivered ture in Harrisburg on Wednesday night, a response to an invitation given by some of the membeeen Lebanon and Springfield. Nine hundred prisoners were transferred from St. Louis to Alton, where quarrers have been prepared in the old penitentlary. Cheever in bad Repute. The occupation to-day of the Hall of the House of Representatives, for the second time, by Dr. Cheever, for the purpose of pronouncing an aboliDr. Cheever, for the purpose of pronouncing an abolition sermon against the Administration has been formally profested against by a number of representatives, and will probably occasion the introduction of a resolution regulating the use of the hall on such occasions. What to do with negroes. It is supposed in San Domingo, that the Queen of Spain would invite Lincoln to shi