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g the spectators Every flag was at half mast, and a general mourning seemed to pervade every where. The coffin was placed in a case specially prepared for it, on the forward part of the ship, on the lid of which was a suitable inscription. Shortly after the conveyance of the body on board, the Northern Light got under way, and steamed down the river, with her colors at half-mast. The removal of Fremont. The Chicago correspondent of the New York Times, writing under date of Nov. 1, has the following paragraph relative to the removal of Gen. Fremont: The removal of Gen. Fremont from the command of the Western Department excited no surprise here, as it has been for weeks regarded as a foregone conclusion. The public mind has been treated to all kinds of rumors and reports prejudicial to him, with the view of preparing it for the step. Nevertheless there is much indignation on all sides, and the majority favor the opinion that he has been shabbily treated, and look
e, for the purpose of an exchange with an equal number of Federal officers. Their parole of honor extends but to five days, and if in that time they should not be successful in their mission, they are to return to Fort Warren. On Monday afternoon, the steamer S. R. Spaulding, having on board one regiment of Pennsylvania volunteers, sailed from Fortress Monroe for Hatteras Inlet. From Northwestern Virginia. Darnrstown, Nov. 10. --Advices from Northwestern Virginia are to November 1. The chaplain who was taken prisoner at Ball's Bluff on the Sunday previous to that affair, preached a war sermon at Lovettsville, and at the conclusion opened a list and personally called upon all the young men present to enroll their names in the cause of the Confederate States. Col. Sincendiver had embodied all the militia in Berkeley county, and marched them in the direction of Romney. A portion of Col. Ashby's Cavalry were at Martinsburg to guard the movement of grain to Winches