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ts. Letter from Major-General Sanks in answer to a resolution of Inquiry of the House. Washington, July 11. --The following is the letter of Major-General N. P. Banks to Mr. Gooch, of the House of Representatives, relating to the resolution of June 16th, offered by Mr. Voorchees, of Indiana, directing the Committee on the Conduct of the War to inquire whether persons of color were allowed Government transportation in Gen. Banks's retreat from Strasburg, while white people, including sick and wounded soldiers, were compelled to walk; and which letter Mr. Gooch asked the unanimous consent of the House to read last Monday, when the question was taengthened by some vague dream of liberty to be lost or won on that hurried night march. I have the honor to be, with much respect, your obedient servant, N. P. Banks, Major-General Commanding. The Correspondence about the White House--its Accommodations — Why it was guarded, and not used as a Hospital. The correspo