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ight in company with negroes. Even the New England regiments don't like their company. The probability now is, that from the indispensable force of circumstances, Gen. Hunter will be obliged to leave a great many plantations, where the missionaries, under the protection of his guns, have been raising cotton, &c., and that the negroes, therefore, will be abandoned by Gen. Hunter, as were the white Union men of Jacksonville, Florida, by him. The Successor of Gen. Fremont. Washington, June 29. --Brigadier-General King on Saturday, in taking leave of his command at Fredericksburg to assume that recently under General Fremont, issued a farewell order to the troops in the highest degree complimentary to their fidelity, gallantry and discipline, and in conclusion expressing the earnest hope that victory may attend the cause of the Union, and glory crown the banner of the division. It is not true that General Blenker is dissatisfied with the new military arrangement in conn