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A letter from New York, dated the 21st, says: We begin the week with something more than the usual variety of Wall street canards. One is, that Ex-Governor Seymour, of Connecticut, Tom Corwin, and three other distinguished gentlemen, embodying the combined Administration and Peace sentiment, are certainly going to Richmp for the night, resuming our march as far as Marietta on the following day. Another draft in New York. Provost-Marshal-General Fry has written to Governor Seymour, expressing his desire that a more careful examination should be made in towns and cities of persons liable to military duty, with the view of reaching the correct quota for a future draft. Governor Seymour has issued a proclamation accordingly. Miscellaneous. An actor, now a member of a Pennsylvania regiment near Richmond, has written to his friends telling them that his officers promise to let him have the lease of the Richmond theatre as soon as the Federal army takes that