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— the Yankees Complain of negroes being taken from their masters — Reply of Gen. French. The correspondence given below has just been concluded between Gen. FreGen. French, C. S. A., and Gen. Foster, U. S. A., it having been opened at the instance of Ed. Stanley, the traitor now pretending to be "Military Governor" If North Carolin" in the Yankee lines. The letters are interesting: From Gen. Fester to Gen. French. Hdq'rs 18th U. S. Army Corps, Newbern, Dec. 31, 1863. Major GeneralMajor General S. G. French, Commanding Department North Carolina, Petersburg, Va: General: I have the honor in enclose copy of a letter addressed to me by his Excellency Edwae honor to be, &c, &c. (signed) Edw'd Stanley, Military Governor, &c. Gen. French's Reply. Weldon, N. C., Jan. 6, 1863. Major Gen. J. G. Foster, U. S.lations. I am General, very respectfully, your obedient servant, (Signed) S. G. French, Major General Commanding. A Mode of settling the Greek question — Ap<