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g Lieut. Colonel Owens for the command. Prince Salm Salm was sometime ago appointed, but at his own request a change has been made, and he is now attached to General Blenker's staff. It is satisfactorily ascertained that the rebels have not lately sent any of their forces to the Upper Potomac. They have merely retired further back into Virginia. Their lines extend from Occoquan and Manassa to Fairfax C. H. Manassa obviously being their base of operations. The friends of Ex-Mayor Berret say he has gone to New York, purposing to reside there during the continuance of the present troubles. Affairs at New York. New York, Oct. 1. --It is known that a large quantity of cotton has arrived here from the Eastern States recently for shipment to Europe. It now appears that the brokers have been engaged in sending our fine staples abroad, receiving in return, for manufacture into heavy goods, the Indian cotton from England. The steamship Persia, on her recent trip