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re! the London Telegraph was the only English paper represented at Richmond at that time. One falsehood cannot be made to sustain others, in the way the Tribune attempts." This "attempt" of the Tribune was made in the face of the Duke of Newcastle's positive declaration, publicly made, and printed in all the newspapers of the day, that there was no ground whatever for the charge, that the conduct of the people here had been uniformly respectful to the Prince, and that he had no reason whyor Mayo, Capt, Samuel Freeman, a number of gentlemen who were in the house, and at least two hundred persons outside, know that this was a falsehood. We ourselves stood by the carriage and saw the Prince enter it with Mr. Mayo and the Duke of Newcastle. It was drawn up at the front door. Gov. Letcher stood at the door the Prince descended the steps with Mr. Mayo, and got into the carriage. There was no back way by which he could have escaped into the street, if he had desired it, as anybod