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ords, that the mission had better be stopped. The Blairs staid at headquarters two days, and then took their way home. It is understood that Montgomery was not to go into Richmond with his father, but was to await his return at City Point.--To strip this mission of all diplomatic character, a rumor has been pushed to-day that Mr. Blair simply endeavored to get to Richmond to recover portions of his political correspondence taken last year by Breckinridge from his mansion, at Silver Spring, and which is of a delicate character — that mercy to living politicians, and decency to dead ones, required that it should be recovered and suppressed at all hazards. From Savannah. A letter from Savannah, dated the 29th, published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, shows that the stealing has commenced. Speaking of the citizens, it says: Want of every sort is at their doors. By the private soldiers they are for the most part looked upon as common enemies. Their once beauti