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s. There is a report in Massachusetts that Charles Francis Adams, Minister to England, has signified his willingness to change places with Charles Sumner, United States Senator. The Indian hostilities continue. The Governor of Dakota had called out 2,000 men to suppress them. Judge Amidon and his son had been killed by them. Gen, Jim Lane's recruiting operations in Kansas have been most successful. He has raised five white regiments and organized. 1,200 negroes. Col. Fletcher Webster, son of Daniel Webster, who was killed at Manassas, was buried at Boston with great ceremony on the 8th. The State Democratic Convention of New York has nominated Hon. Horatio Seymour for Governor by acclamation. Clement L. Vallandigham has been nominated by the Democracy of the 3d district of Ohio for reelection to Congress. Five thousand one hundred and sixteen soldiers from the North passed through Baltimore on Monday for the sent of war. A "Home Guard" is bein