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tol was a blaze of light from basement to dome, and presented a magnificent appearance. The State Department was tastefully adorned with national flags, and over the main entrance was a transparency with the following significant inscription, in large letters: "Peace and good will to all nations; but no entangling alliances and no foreign intervention." Two more of Lincoln's passes for Richmond. A telegram from Washington, dated the 22d instant, says: General Singleton and Judge Hughes, late of the Court of Claims, left to-day for Richmond, via Baltimore and Fortress Monroe. They have received passes through our lines from the President.--What the object of their mission may be is not positively known; but leading peace Democrats intimate that it may be the inauguration of another effort to convince the rebel leaders that further persistence in rebellion is useless, and that the constant succession of disasters which has fallen upon them during the last three months p