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ons are with Secessionists, it should be stated that his social relations with Baltimoreans are very limited; but business matters require him to be in constant communication with parties whose service to be Government is fully recognized by the authorities at Washington, but who have ever been obnoxious to certain party cliques in Baltimore. It is stated by Gen. Wool's friends that the parties that cannot use him to carry out personal feelings of malevolence have attempted to demoralize the soldiers by imputations as to his loyalty. General Wool remarked to day that he would arrest more of the disorganizes in his department before long. Miscellaneous. Archbishop Hughes.--This celebrated prelate in his organ, the Metropolitan Record, is after the editor of the Courrier des Etats Unis with a sharp stick, in reply to an article published by the Frenchman on the Archbishop's war speech. He is very severe in his remarks, and goes so far as to question the editor's loyalty.