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York Post publishes a correspondence between Gen. Dix and Gov. Seymour, which has just come out, ref it: The first letter was written by General Dix on the 30th of July. He apprises the Governdent's answer would relieve both him sell and Gen. Dix from the "painful questions growing out of anident's reply he would again communicate with Gen. Dix. On the 8th of August Gen. Dix acknowledGen. Dix acknowledged the receipt of Gov. Seymour's reply, and proceeds to say that his position as the commander of tcquiescence in the law." In this connection General Dix declares that those who army themselves agahan any conscription." With reference to Gen. Dix's inquiry as to the position which will be heme of the Marshals in the interior applied to Gen. Dix for aid against threatened violence, he referat they might be protected by his authority. Gen. Dix again declares that it was his earnest wish t On the 20th of August Gov. Seymour wrote to Gen. Dix, complaining that he had received no notice o[7 more...]