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nstance, telegraphing from Washington, says: Gen. Wool was here to-day, and had an interview with the Prename of Baltimore a by word and a reproach. General Wool's administration of the Department of Maryland hir recent invasion. But there is one thing that General Wool would not do, and that is, to lend himself to ca that riot and bloodshed may occur at any time. General Wool has firmly set his foot down against a revival o the "Executive entertaining the charges against General Wool by certain parties in Baltimore," and stating th to the President, says: What is wanted of General Wool by the old Plug element in Baltimore is that he e according to the facts. As to the charge that General Wool's associations are with Secessionists, it shouldrtain party cliques in Baltimore. It is stated by Gen. Wool's friends that the parties that cannot use him to the soldiers by imputations as to his loyalty. General Wool remarked to day that he would arrest more of the