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tfully, your obedient servant. Benj. F. Butler, Major-General Commanding. Gen. Coppell, Esq., Her Britannic Majesty's Acting Consul. Arrival of the Hon. Reverdy Johnson. Among the passengers by the Fulton were the Hon. Reverdy Johnson, Commissioner for the State Department, and Cuthbert Bullitt, Esq., of New Orleans,the Hon. Reverdy Johnson, Commissioner for the State Department, and Cuthbert Bullitt, Esq., of New Orleans, who has been an exile from the city during the war on account of his Union sentiments. Gen. Butler has assigned Mr. Johnson rooms in the Custom House, and he is now engaged in investigating the seizure of money at the Consulate of the Netherlands, and other financial questions which have arisen since the national occupation of NMr. Johnson rooms in the Custom House, and he is now engaged in investigating the seizure of money at the Consulate of the Netherlands, and other financial questions which have arisen since the national occupation of New Orleans. It is supposed by Mr. Bullitt's friends here that he is to be Collector of the Port. The news of the recent battles on the Peninsula. We have received all sorts of rumors within the last few days, none of which are positively authentic. One hour we hear through secesh sources that McClellan has been all cut t