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e, by the President in a brief speech, to which Gen. Grant as briefly replied. He has signified his desire to remain in the field in active service, and it is now believed that he will not be retained as General in chief in Gen. Halleck's position. Basil Duke, one of Morgan's men, passed through Philadelphia on his way to Fort Delaware on Friday last, and was lasted at the Continental Hotel by his friends. The Confederate guerilla, Capt. Richardson, en route northward as a prisoner of war, whilst attempting to escape was shot dead at Cave City, Ky., by Capt. Stone, of the 37th Kentucky. In Tennessee the National Union Conservative (Lincoln) ticket has been successful in Memphis, over the Unconditional Union ticket. Palatiah Perrit, a noted merchant and "philanthropist" of New York, is dead. The German Republican papers have hoisted Fremont's name for President. A convention is called to meet at Cleveland, Ohio, on the 10th of May, to nominate him formally.