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Latest from the North. Baltimore papers of Friday evening, the 7th inst., have been received. Gen. Jameson, who commanded at Fair Oaks, died at Bangor, Me., on the 6th. Gold sold in New York on the 6th at 131½. In Suffolk, Va., the Federal troops had become so hold in their robberies that the Commanding General had issued an order against it. The following is an extract from his order: Complaints are made that houses and barns have been entered, animals taken, poultry killed, without any authority or necessity, by soldiers carrying three days full rations in their haversacks. Odd Follows' and Masonic Halls are reported to have been entered and plundered of their regalia, charters, and other valuables. A church is said to have been desecrated by some lawless miscreants having neither the fear of God nor man before their eyes, and its sacred vessels carried off. From the Federal army. The American, of last Friday, gives the following summary under its editorial h