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ment of State, or through their respective Ministers or Consuls. The total number of drafted men in Camp Cleveland, Ohio, on October 17th was 1,667. The Commissioners reported 2,112 as drafted. Of these, one hundred and two were exempted by surgeons.--There hundred and eighty of the entire number furnished substitutes. From China we learn that Col Ward (the American Mandarie) had captured three more cities from the Rebels. A Portuguese brig the Acesco, has been chartered at Fayal to proceed to Flores, to take the prisoners released by the Rebel steamer Alabama to Boston. Eight thousand signatures have been appended to an appeal from the women of the loyal States, praying for the removal of all negligent, incompetent, drunken, or knavish men, who in the first hurry of selection obtained for themselves posts of responsibility; and that the President will retain in the army only capable, honest, and trustworthy soldiers. Why M'Clellan's Army does not advance.
respect and esteem of Englishmen. We may farther hope that those Republics may be able to prove a blessing to the civilized world. More than that I may feel, but more than that I will not say, because the members of the House of Commons have, by a mutual understanding, placed a restraint upon themselves in the desire that no vote or expression of theirs should carry either defiance or insult to the people of America." The United States steamer Release, at Cadiz, on the 30th ult., from Fayal, reports that there were two rebel steamships in the waters of the Azores, and that when the whaleship Ocmulgee, of Edgartown, was taken by the "No. 290," the Ocmulgee had a whale alongside in addition to the oil on board. The Independencies, of Brussels, publishes the following letter: Autun, Sept. 30, 1862. I read a letter dated from Paris, in your number of the 27th, that "President Lincoln proposed the command of the armies of the North to General Changarnier, who refus