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by a recent occurrence, of which it is proper that you should be informed. The peace conference--Military Convention--interview between generals Longstreet and Ord. Congress will remember that, in the conference above referred to, our commissioners were informed that the Government of the United States would not enter intomaturely considered of the plan, and had determined that it could not be done. Subsequently, however, an interview with General Longstreet was asked for by General Ord, commanding the enemy's Army of the James, during which General Longstreet was informed by him that there was a possibility of arriving at a satisfactory adjusthad no authority to accede to the proposed conference; that his powers extended only to making a convention on subjects purely of a military character, and that General Ord could only have meant that an interview would not be refused on any subject on which he (General Grant) had the right to act. It thus appears, that neither