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From Washington. Washington,, Jan. 26. --Fifty artillerymen, from New York, arrived this morning, and immediately left for Fort Washington to relieve the marines there temporarily on duty. It is not true that Mr. King, the first assistant Postmaster Genera, refused to hold any communication with ex-Senator Yulee. He simply declined to show him the papers he asked to see, relative to the abolition of the Post-Office and mails to Pensacola. The interview was respectful on both sides. [second Dispatch.] Washington,Jan. 27. --The article from the "Toronto Leader," asserting that England will acknowledge the Southern Confederacy, is doubled by the Administration. All the information received by the Government here is of a contrary tenor. The President will send a special message to the Senate to-morrow endorsing the Virginia resolutions, and recommending them to the favorable consideration of Congress. It is stated that Ex-President Tyler returns to V