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appear now to have organized parties at their backs. The Chase forces are marshalled from the Northwest, and those of Banks come from the New England States. The contest is being rapidly developed. The fears of Mr. Lincoln's advocates are that he may be slaughtered in the house of his friends. Miscellaneous. It is understood that Gen. Burnside's resignation has been accepted, and it is probable that Gen. Foster will succeed him in command of the Army of East Tennessee. Maj.-Gen. Wool, U. S. A., is at present enjoying renewed health at his private mansion in Troy. In conversation with a gentleman a few days since, who remarked to the old hero, "General, you should be in the field at this particular juncture of the war," the General replied sternly, giving ample evidence of his ancient vigor, "They don't want me. They think me too old." Dr. Wm. P. Rucker, who escaped from jail at Danville, had arrived safely in the Yankee lines near Wheeling. Va. James Calend