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Dispatches from Washington. Among the dispatches from Washington we find the following of interest: The Kentucky delegation had a conference last night, with a view of comparing opinions and shaping their course unitedly. Mr. Crittenden has indicated a plan of adjustment, which it is believed will be offered as an ultimatum on behalf of the South; and it declined, after an earnest appeal from him, without the suggestion of an alternative compromise from the North, may lead to very set of Columbia, or the forts, docks and arsenals of the United States in the Southern States; the repeal of all laws conflicting with the spirit and obligations of the Constitution; and the Fugitive Slave law amended to satisfy both sections. Mr. Crittenden thinks these terms, or others embodying the same principles, would kill off the secession scheme, and be accepted by the great body of the Southern people as a peace-offering and settlement. The condition of the Treasury is far worse tha