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OUTLINES OF THE WEEK. ---

B&BBERY AND ATTEMPTED MTJRDEB.

THE FATAL FIRE IN LEADENHALL…

A HORRIBLE DISCLOSUBE.

CRYSTAL PALACE QBE AT ROSE…

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flJSffEEICA. NEW YORK, JUNE 14. The Government storehouses at Chattanooga, con- taining a quarter of a million of property, have been destroyed by an explosion. Judge Underwood has arrived at Washington to consult the Attorney-General concerning the indict- ment of treason brought by the Norfolk grand jury against Generals Lee and Longstreet, Governor Smith, Letcher, and forty others. Mr. Davis is still confined in Fort Monroe. Mr. Benjamin is stated to have arrived at Bermuda. Breckenridge and Trenholm have escaped out of the, country. James Watson Wallace, of Montreal, has made an affidavit that Connover, in his testimony at the secret session of the conspiracy trial, fraudulently personated him, by representing himself as Wallace. Two other persons have sworn that Connover's testimony was perjury. T NEW YORK, JXJNS 15, John Mitchel has been arrested and conveyed to jb ortress Monroe. It is supposed he will be indicted tor treason. Four companies of coloured troops after having embarked aboard transports at Fort Monroe for Texas objected to proceed on their voyage. One com- Pan7 threatened to fire on their officers. All were then landed, disarmed, and re-embarked. Orders have been sent to City Point to issue no more arms to coloured troops.

THE FRENCH ELECTIONS.—DEFEAT…

LOVE, LAW, AND LUNACY.

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