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orida affair, has been still further punished by being appointed to a consulship in Canada. Blair's mission to Richmond. A Washington telegram, purporting to be an explanation of Blair's retBlair's return to Washington without visiting Richmond, says: All that is known of the Blair mission is this: The President was fully apprised of the motives and purposes that induced the elder Blair to dourney; he would not give a written authorization of it, or officially promote it; but he told Mr. Blair he should allow General Grant to act on his own sense of duty and policy in forwarding him to Richmond, or of refusing him a passage through our lines. It is understood here that when he, Blair, reached Grant's headquarters, a telegram from the Secretary of War was there ahead of them, appriPoint.--To strip this mission of all diplomatic character, a rumor has been pushed to-day that Mr. Blair simply endeavored to get to Richmond to recover portions of his political correspondence taken