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ified for the command of their new regiments. A few officers are absent on recruiting service; but furloughs and passes to Washington have recently been entirely suspended, curtailing the amount of travel by rail and steamer amazingly. Mayor Slaughter returned from Richmond the day before yesterday, completely disgusted with affairs at the rebel headquarters. It will be remembered that the Mayor was sent by the citizens last week to procure the release of Gen. Reynolds; but, to his great disappointment, he was coolly informed that the General could not be released, nor seen, and that the Secretary of War was equally invisible. After vainly endeavoring to obtain an interview with the Secretary, Mayor Slaughter filed his petition and returned to Fredericksburg. General McCall, he reports, is in good health, and is situated as comfortably as is possible under his circumstances. The Richmond papers are received here every other day within thirty hours of their issued and th