At a -regular meeting of Relief Fire and Hose Oompany No. 2, held at the Fireraen's Hall, on the first instant, the following resoluüon was unauimously adopted : Raelved, Tljat this Company ofter their sincere thanks to their many friends for their aid snd asaistance at our late Ball on the 22d of February, the birt!i-day of George tfubington, the father of our adopted and be!oved country, and especially to our oíd and tried friend, Mr. E. W. Morgan, for his generous present to our Oompany, and we as firemen will try to be worthy . of that respect which we hare hitherto enjoyed. CONRAD KRAPF,) C. KBERBAÖII } Committee. GOTÏLOB MAST,) )5" T. Starr Ki.ng died in San Francisco, on the 4th inst., of diptheri. Mr. Kinq formely residod in Boston, and was well Jcoown thfoughout the country as a leeturgr. LS 48 offioers and 600 privates arrived at Fortress Monroe ou Tuesday, from the Richmond prisons. JC3T It is quite ceitain that Sherman's command has reached Vioksburg iafely,having iuflieted large injuries upoc the rebels. CX" Gen. Grant is ia Washington, and the President in purgon presented hiiu his eomniission as Lieutenant-General on Wednesday. A military conference is promised.