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and, and it is proposed to send one vessel immediately. The recruiting offices in Philadelphia are to be closed, and the recruiting sergeants are to leave for their respective regiments at once. It is said that the recruiting offices throughout the State have generally met with but indifferent success for some time past. Galignani's Messenger, of Paris, of the 1st of November, says the brothers Cattabene (one of whom was implicated in the Parodi robbery,) are said to be forming at Turin a legion for America, with the authorization of the Italian Government. Mrs. Edwin James has filed a suit for divorce against her husband, on the allegation of adultery. Mr. and Mrs. James have been living separate for some months past. The tragedian, Mr. Edwin Booth, commenced an engagement at the Boston Theatre on Monday night. He appeared as Hamlet, to an overflowing house. Four thousand men are still lacking from the quota of Michigan, and Governor Blair has issued impera