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a warm personal friend of F. P. Blair, Jr., and became the guest of Colonel Hatch during his sojourn in Richmond. Mr. Blair's chief object in going to Richmond was to recover, if possible, some valuable title deeds abstracted from his home by the rebels during the rebel raid against Washington. Some of these papers were recovered. Mr. Blair was not authorized to make any peace proposition, but hoped to be able to lay before his quondam friends, who are now leader of the rebellion, suc and might be known in proper time. The Herald, commenting editorially, says: Does any one suppose that either Blair or Singleton can change the expressed determination of Jeff. Davis and the other leaders of the rebellion that there shalfore the Canadian courts." A letter from Beaufort, South Carolina, dated January 8 says: "The Seventeenth corps (General Blair's) has just arrived, having been nearly the whole week in disembarking, and are now camped about two miles from town