The New York papers oftlie 28th am 29ih are full of rtimored changos in the Cabinet. All the letter wriicrs of bol! parlies, ogree in affirming that iÃ¯on. Jas Buchnnnn had, or was nbout to resign lus place as Sccrelary of State, and someof them stal e positively that the post hns oflered lo Gen. Lcvvis Cass, of this stale, and thal bc had it under consideraron. - Otbors are of opiniÃ³n tbat Attorney General SlfasÃ¶n wij] recoive the appointment. It is.saidihat Mr. Buchanan was to be nomiimled to ihe Senate for the vacant Judgesliip. - Free Press. (tTlip ennio have rpjeÃ¼ed ihe nntniitatinn of'JÃ¼dye Wnml .v.-.rrl, oi' Pciiti?y!vnnia, as Judgo of t.'ie UnÃ ed Stn'e-; Suprcme Court. Oi on r relurii f rom Mnrsljoll we find luiIFa busliol ofcxclringes acctnnulaied, tlie coiiÃ¯ents of wliich Ã¯lnill be Jigetitod as soon ns possibli', umJ madÃ¼ known to the readers.