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, and burned the next day. The crew and passengers were transferred to the barque J. W. Sewer, from Boston for the Amoy river, and landed at Rio Janeiro. The Confederates bonded the Seaver for fifteen thousand dollars. The Louisville Journal says that as far as heard from the next General Assembly of Kentucky will be composed as follows: Senate, thirty-one Union, with six districts to hear from; House, sixty-eight Union and two Secessionists, with thirty counties to hear from. Gov. Pierpoint, of "West Virginia," has established himself at Alexandria, and for the present the affairs of "the State" will be administered in that city. The Norfolk Virginian, August 13th, says: We are requested by the Mayor of Norfolk to say that several physicians are wanted in this city, and can obtain immediately a good practice. The old physicians being required by an act of the Legislature of Virginia to take the oath of allegiance to the United States Government refuse to do so g