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r from Washington directs that the drafting shall proceed. Large bodies of soldiers constantly patrol the streets to keep down the smouldering disquiet. Gen. Wool has been removed from the command of the U. S. forces in the city department, and Gen. Dix takes command. Gen. Foster takes Gen. Dix's place at Fortress Monroe. Brig. Gen Harvey Brown has been retired from service, and is succeeded by Gen. Canby, in command of the forces in the city and harbor of New York. Archbishop Hughes addressed 5,000 of his friends on the 17th, begging them to be quiet and not to resist the enforcement of the laws. Riots of greater or less magnitude are reported in various places in New England, New York, and New Jersey. In many places the draft has been suspended. Hots in other places. Disturbances occurred in Boston, Newark, Yorkville, Harlem, Brooklyn, Jamaica, Westchester, and other places, but the outbreaks were on a very small scale, except at Brooklyn. Here th