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any subject. Another dispatch says: It is said here by prominent friends of the Administration that the sending of peace commissioners to Richmond is not now contemplated, and that the President will fully indicate his policy with regard to pacification in his forthcoming annual message. A letter from New York, dated the 21st, says: We begin the week with something more than the usual variety of Wall street canards. One is, that Ex-Governor Seymour, of Connecticut, Tom Corwin, and three other distinguished gentlemen, embodying the combined Administration and Peace sentiment, are certainly going to Richmond to offer the rebels terms of reconciliation and peace. Another is, that General Scott will be sent; and a third, that an eminent member of the Cabinet will accompany him. I suppose there are some people here and there who can be found to give ear to these stories, else they would not be so persistently put in circulation. But the motive for it, of course, t