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so to Lieutenants Hare, Dalton, Butler, and Capt. P. Kelly, and believe me your most obedient friend, Michael Corcoran, Col. 69th Reg't N. Y. S. M. Dion Bourcicault and the Abolition press of America. The following letter from Dion Bourcicault, addressed to the editor of the New York Herald, will be found interestingDion Bourcicault, addressed to the editor of the New York Herald, will be found interesting: New Theatre Royal Adelphi, London, Feb. 3, 1862. James Gordon Bennett, Esq.--Dear Sir: I have been informed that a paragraph has appeared in the New York Times and the Evening Post to the effect that I had "displayed the Stars and Stripes over the stage of the Adelphi, in London; but on the arrival of the news of thbounds until, as in the present case, they exceed the very wide license claimed by these journals for freedom of misrepresentation. Yours, very obediently, Dion Bourcicault. Saltpeter Shipmentts from Calcutta. Boston, Feb. 21. --A Calcutta letter of the 4th ultimo says that the ship Daring, for Boston, and the bark