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en up camp on Federal Hill, and gone home to New York. The draft in Pennsylvania and Maryland has been postponed until the 15th inst. Great "war meetings?" were held in New York and Boston on the 27th. At the former the 69th New York regiment were present, headed by Gen. Corcoran. They had been sent from Washington to create a sensation. In Boston speeches were made by Edward Everett, Robt. C. Winthrop, and other "patriots." The frigate "New Ironsides" has arrived at Fortress Monroe. Ex-Gov. Hicks, of Maryland, has joined a company as a private at Cambridge, Dorchester county, Md. D. A. Mabeancy, of the Dubuque Herald, who was arrested for treason, was the Democratic candidate for Congress in the 3d Iowa district. The massacres by Indians in the West still continue. The St. Paul (Mina.) Press, of the 24th ult., says: A careful consideration so far forces the conviction of influence of white men at the bottom of the Indian massacre. For weeks past white men, chiefly Missou