on. S. S. Galloway, of Ohio, said:
That the President told him he would send a letter to the meeting; but on calling for it, per agreement, the President said he could not find the time to write one that would do justice to his feelings. "Two years ago," he said, he "passed through Baltimore clandestinely, and now they invite me to their meetings.
How can I express my feelings?
Tell them I am with them in heart and in sympathy in the great cause of unconditional emancipation. " [Applause.]
Four persons — McKee, Crocert, Oliver, and Gomez--two of them commission merchants, have been arrested in New York for furnishing fuses to the Confederates.
Gen. Don Carios Buell is to be Gen. Grant's new chief of staff.
Oliver Wendell Holmes was nominated by the Republicans of Boston for the Legislature, but he declined to run.
Two Herald correspondents, Hart and Hendricks, were captured on the 31st, near Meade's headquarters, by Mosby's guerillas.