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pted dispatches captured on the person of Major Sanders, who sailed from the port of Charleston a few days since on a schooner.--The attempted explanations and conjectures are from the National Intelligencer. The vessel fell into the enemy's hands, of course, but why the correspondence was not thrown overboard we are at a loss to imagines. Mr. Mallory to Mr. Mason.[Duplicate.] Confederate States of America, Navy Department, Richmond, October 26, 1862. Sir --Your letter of the 18th ultimo reached me a few days ago. Without your advice and effectual assistance the enterprise for which Lieut. Sinclair has been selected must have been indefinitely deferred, and you have my cordial thanks for your action therein. Your stipulations in behalf of this department are fully endorsed, and will be promptly fulfilled. The Treasury has under consideration your suggestions as to cotton bonds, and Mr. Benjamin will advise you of the modifications of the form transmitted by you whic