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am Davis, who had returned home from this place, and took him to Maryland as a prisoner. What Thurlow Weed said to Bennett — an important Dispatch to the New York Herald Intercepted. From the New York Sunday Times, we clip the following: nd much curiosity was manifested as to "what was the matter." Weed is not the man to spend his time with a scalawag like Bennett without a purpose, and our Washington correspondent, in a private note, gives us the facts in the case, which are very cthe Government. Secretary Seward, however, was determined not to submit to it, and he consequently sent Weed to see Bennett and inform him of the feeling at Washington. He was notified that if he opened on the Government his paper would be seized and sent to Fort Lafayette. Bennett "dom'd" a good deal, but was silenced by a copy of a dispatch dated at the Herald office, which had been seized by the Government early in the war, which proved the Herald establishment to have been in the in