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field in person in the next movement of the army of the Potomac. The entente cordiale is perfect between Seward and the British and French Ministers. Naval prisoners of war have been released by the rebels. The U. S. Marshal of the District is vigorously enforcing the confiscation act, and has seized the fine house of Charles J, Wallach, of the rebel army. Mosby is near Grove Creek, Loudoun county, with 300 cavalry. At a Virginia Union Convention in Alexandria, Va., Pierpont was nominated for Governor, and a Mr. Minor, of Alexandria, for Lieutenant-Governor, B. M. Kitchen, of Berkeley county, is nominated for Congress in the 7th district. The Herald has an editorial on "The general campaign — the splendid fighting qualities of our armies, and their cheering prospects." It says from Gen. Hooker's congratulatory (?) order to his army, we are assured that it retired from the south side of the Rappahannock for reasons "which could not be foreseen or prevented