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From the North. We continue our extracts from Northern papers of the 18th. In Albany, New York, on Monday after the reception of the reports of Sunday's battle bonfires. illuminations, and bell ringing were the order of the night. In the day, business was suspended and the people congregated in the streets as on a holiday. Particulars of the surrender of Harper's Ferry. A correspondent of the New York Times, who escaped from Harper's Ferry under cover of night, and who witnessed
Instead of being a great property interest, the institution of slavery in Maryland has become a comparatively small one, and the power of the men connected with it is reduced accordingly.
The Political Uprising at the North.
The Albany (N. Y.) Argus, (Democratic.) in an article on the approaching elections at the North, says the Middle States will insist upon resuming the power they once held and which has been filched from them by New England.
It is in vain that th