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our affairs and particularly opposed to any alliance with England for that purpose; while his successor is regarded as being decidedly "seceah" in his tendencies. Lincoln's intimate Friend. In a Northern paper we find the following: Washington, D. C. Oct. 5. Maj.-Gen. Grant:I congratulate you and all concerned on your recent battles and victories. How does it all sum up? I especially regret the death of Gen. Nackleman, and act very anxious to know the condition of Gen. Oglesby, who is an intimate personal friends. A. Lincoln. The late arrests in Baltimore. "The arrests in Baltimore" are referred to in various papers at a distance by correspondents as well as editors. The latter are, of course, necessitated to view the matter from the stand point set up by the telegrams sent from that city; but some of the correspondent, especially at Washington, where the question has been heard on both sides, are able to throw some light on the points involved.