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rty to state what we have known for some days with regard to Mr. Francis P. Blair's second journey toward Richmond; but, since other journals Washington, there can be no reason for withholding the truth that Mr. Blair started afresh last Saturday for Richmond, and is probably by thiy are at liberty to do so; but we cannot share their conviction. Mr. Blair certainly lost documents on that occasion which he desires to recion of peace as an immediate result of this overture. We presume Mr. Blair visits Richmond only as an eminent and honored citizen, who is faHence, we shall be less annoyed than many others on learning that Mr. Blair's mission has wholly failed, and that he is returning defeated toashington, dated the 9th, about the same thing, says: Francis P. Blair, Sr., went on his second mission of peace to Richmond on Saturdaperate war policy, intelligent men hear Jeff. Davis's reply to Francis P. Blair's proposition for peace. A Reminiscence of the Chickahomi
ed away, has pulled up in the neighborhood of the submerged canal. Francis P. Blair, Sr., the Yankee commissioner, arrived in this city late Wednesday night, attended by "a servant," Mr. Blair came into our lines at the point, in front of Fort Harrison, held by the City battalion. He was delayed several hours on our linesGovernment. What passed at these interviews we need not expect to know until Mr. Blair returns to the United States, when everything will be published in full in the New York Tribune and other New York papers. Mr. Blair's ostensible business in Richmond, or rather presumed business here, for there is nothing ostensible abot; but our rejection of them will enable him to go before his people, and, with Blair's aid, to prove that the "rebels" will accept of no terms of peace, and that nothing is left him but a vigorous prosecution of the war. Mr. Blair will return to Grant's lines on Saturday if the freshet subsides sufficiently to enable a fla