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mer was sent to keep company with the other member of his firm. I think I shall be able to send you some startling revelations in a few days. Among the passengers for Liverpool by the steamer City of Cork, to-day, is a Mr. Henry S. Foote. The quid nunes are conjecturing whether this is not the notorious ex-rebel Congressman of that name, who left Richmond awhile ago in search of "some sequestered spot where tyranny and taxation are unknown." The report was that he had been sent to Fort Warren, but that may have been incorrect. The St. Albans raiders — they are to be delivered to the State of Vermont. In Montreal, on the 10th instant, the case of the St. Albans raiders was given up. The following telegram gives an account of the action taken in the matter: The prisoners' counsel asked for a further delay for reasons which were set forth in the affidavits, and which say that four messengers have been sent to Richmond. One of them, Davis, had been arrested in Ohio
esident on the Fillmore ticket in 1856, has returned to that city from the South and taken the oath. Some of the negroes of Providence are going to give a grand ball in honor of the appointment of Mr. Chase as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The President on Monday sent to the Senate the nomination of Senator Morgan, of New York, to be Secretary of the Treasury, but in the course of an hour withdrew it. The Governor of New Hampshire is dangerously ill. Major-General Heintzelman, who has been sojourning in Wheeling for some months, has been ordered to Cairo, for which place he left on Monday. Illinois is getting to be a cosmopolitan State. The Governor's message is to be printed for distribution as follows: English, 50,000 copies; German, 20,000; Swedish, 1,000; Norwegian, 1,000; Danish, 500; French, 500. Henry S. Foote was never in Fort Warren, says the New York Times, but left for Europe just as any other citizen of the United States would leave.
0 boxes tobacco, any Southern State; L. B. Wilson, G. O. Wallace, H. C. Hicks, J. O. P. Burnside, Alonzo Brett, Francis V. Haskins, and P. H. Whitehurst & Co., all small lots of cottons, shingles, etc. By the terms of these permits, one-fourth of the net profit goes to the Treasury, the balance to the person holding the permit. A large amount of testimony has been taken by the House committee as to how these permits were obtained and how these parties are carrying them out. It will probably be published in a few days. Miscellaneous. Lincoln, on Saturday, ordered the release of Roger A. Pryor from Fort Warren on parole, to report to Colonel Forney, at Washington. The Committee of the Whole of the Lower House of the Canadian Parliament, on Friday night, adopted a resolution appropriating three hundred and thirty thousand dollars for the frontier volunteer establishment, and fifty thousand dollars to make reimbursement for the money stolen by the St. Albans raiders.
olumns--one moving due north from Fayetteville, the other northwest from Newbern. General Hardee fought the former, General Johnston the latter. News from Fort Warren. A returned prisoner, who left Fort Warren on the 13th instant, informs us that the following Confederate Generals are in that prison, and well: Major-GenerFort Warren on the 13th instant, informs us that the following Confederate Generals are in that prison, and well: Major-General Edward. Johnson, of Virginia; Brigadier-Generals Gordon, Smith and Frazier, of Tennessee; Brigadier-General Jones, of Virginia; Brigadier-General Henry R. Jackson, of Georgia, and Brigadier-Generals Cabell and Marmaduke, of the Trans-Mississippi Department. Brigadier-General Page has been sent to Fort Delaware. Major HarryJones, of Virginia; Brigadier-General Henry R. Jackson, of Georgia, and Brigadier-Generals Cabell and Marmaduke, of the Trans-Mississippi Department. Brigadier-General Page has been sent to Fort Delaware. Major Harry Gilmor is also in Fort Warren, held as a "guerrilla" chief, and not subject to exchange, as the Yankees say.
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