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New York items --A New York letter to a Baltimore paper, August 1st, says: Prince Napoleon Bonaparte and part of his suite left for Washington by the evening train yesterday, leaving the Princess Clothilde and the other ladies of his party still staying in the New York Hotel. The Prince will make a tour through the West, and return in a few weeks. The imperial yacht Jerome Napoleon will await his return. The schooner Tropic Bird, which was seized by General Butler on the 29th of June, for violating the blockade of the Potomac, near Fortress Monroe, arrived yesterday afternoon off Sandy Hook, with a prize crew on board. Governor Morgan has issued a general order respecting the new levy of 25,000 volunteers from this State. One regiment is to be artillery, with six batteries of four guns each.--The minimum aggregate for regiments is to be 868, and the maximum 1,048. Arms continue to arrive at this port by nearly every steamer. The City of Baltimore, which ca