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The Richmond Enquirer says that the Southern Confede- racy was the dupe of a notable imposition in regard to the reported damage done by the Confederate iron-clads off Charleston. The Southern journals still assert that the issue of the rebellion must be decided by Southern arms, and not by conferences or conventions. Repoit says that Mr. Fiatow, who gave the commission to Frith for the Railway Station" picture, has sold that pi ture to Mr. Henry Graves for L-20,000, including copyright in the engraving, the largest amount ever paid for a modern painting. A Vienna letter, of the 27th ult., says that Count L-, a lieutenant in the Chasseirs, had been found on that day dreadfully wounded by a pistol shot, fired by himself, as is supposed, in consequence of one of those desperate duels in which the antagonists draw lots to decide which of the two shall commit suicide within 24 hours, There it but little hope of the count's recovery,

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