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AMERICA, NEW YORK, JULY 17 (EVENING.) President Johnson has vetoed the Freedmen's Bureau Bill upon the same grounds on which be vetoed a similar bill in February last. Both Houses of Congress passed yesterday the Bill over the Pres dent's veto. A Republican caucus has resolved that it is ex- pedient that Congress should adjourn on the 23rd instant. Attorney-General Speed has resigned office. Nothing has transpired concerning the anticipated resignation of Messrs Stanton and Harlan. Secretary Seward has written a letter approving the Philadelphia National Convention, which he regards as a patriotic effort to induce Congress to admit the Southern representatives, which admis- sion can alone complete the restoration of the Union. President Johnson has signed the Internal Re- venue Bill, which takes effect in September next. The tax on cotton is fixed at three cents, per lb. Head Centre Stephens has been committed to Boston Gaol for a debt of 4.000f. He has since been released on bail. Intelligence from Matamoras, dated the 2nd of July, states that General Carvagal has demanded of Federal General Getty the surrender of the French financial agent. The latter has crossed the Rio Grande at the time of the capture of Mata- moras with the Customs' archives in his possession. The matter has been referred to Washington. The America, Nova Scotian, and Prereire have arrived out. NEW YORK, JULY 19 (EVENING.) The political animosity between the Radicals and the President's supporters is daily increasing.

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