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ght there were but few men under arms at Charleston. At last accounts the Federal forces both land and sea were determined that Charleston should fall this time, if hard fighting would accomplish it. Miscellaneous On the 11th inst, Lieut. Sanborn, who was drilling a negro military company, and while in front of Andrew Foster's dry goods store on Main street, Norfolk, was shot, one ball passing in at the mouth and out behind the ear, and another ball passed through his body, entering the left shoulder and passing out at the right. Lieut. Sanborn died in about 15 minutes afterward. Dr. Wright, of Norfolk, is charged with the murder. The New Albany (Ind) Ledger, of July 9, says that a gentleman engaged in recruiting a Union company at Frankfort reached Madison yesterday. He reports that 300 rebels entered Frankfort yesterday and seized the person of Hon. John J. Crittenden. We have not heard what disposition they have made of him. The Montreal Advertiser, after an