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mphis says that a fearful riot occurred in Mobile on the 4th inst., A party of soldiers' wives, to the number of 600, paraded the city with exciting mottoes on their banners, such as "Bread or Peace." The soldiers offered no opposition to the display, but in some instances the citizens attempted to arrest the progress of the procession. [This is the latest, and greatest Yankee fabrication.] Secretary Seward's circular of the 12th August, was published in the English journals on the 2d September. A Washington telegram says it is learned from the best of sources that advices of an entirely trustworthy character have been received here to the effect that M. Chevalier's pamphlet, advocating a recognition of the rebels by France, was not inspired, as has been intimated, by the Emperor. Persons who have recently visited the fleet doing duty off the coasts of Virginia and North Carolina represent the unanimity of sentiment among the officers and men in favor of a war with Eng