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nse sensation and promises rich developments. Others are likely to be arrested high in secession circles." Various mysterious telegrams are published as being received at Buffalo, &c., to prepare for a raid from Canada, in which "some leading Canadians" are represented as being among the raiders. [No Democrats to vote at Niagars Falls and Buffalo, of course.] Letter-writers from Grant's army say the Dutch Gap canal will be finished about Christmas. The Lucy, Lady Stirling and Anna, blockade-runners, have been captured. Every man who is put into the United States service in Concord. New Hampshire, has his photograph accurately taken. On the back of it his descriptive list is placed, and it is then field away for future reference. A movement is on foot in New York to send fifty thousand turkeys to General Grant for a thanksgiving dinner for the Army of the Potomac. Fifty thousand barrels of apples are to constitute the dessert. A drafted man committed su