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f the 7th, captured a large amount of property at the depot, the rolling stock at the White House, and burnt a steamer and several sloops. (!) The train in which Butler was moving to Boston, on the 10th, collided with another, but he escaped uninjured. [A man born to be hanged will never be killed by an accident.] The steamer St. Louis had sailed from San Francisco with three hundred thousand dollars for New York, and five hundred and eighty thousand dollars for England. W. A. Richardson has been nominated for United States Senator from Illinois. A dispatch from Memphis, dated the 9th, say McClernand supercedes Shorman. The ship George Griswold sailed from New York Friday, with forty thousand dollars' worth of provisions and sixty-eight thousand dollars in money for the suffering operatives in England. The Washington Chronicle says the election of Seymour was an act of rank treason, and gave aid and comfort to Jeff. Davis, that the men who nominated him a