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e to his recent interview, in Hampton Roads, with Messrs. Stephens, Hunter and Campbell. It fills three or four columns in closely printed type, and is chiefly fillee instructed to inform the three gentlemen-- Messrs. Stephens Hunter and Campbell — that a messenger will be dispatched to them at or near where they now are, weral Ord's assistance, procure an interview with Messes. Stephens, Hunter and Campbell, or any of them, deliver to him or them the paper on which you retain the timebearer, Major Thomas T. Eckert, an interview with Messrs. Stephens, Hunter and Campbell, and if, on his return to you, he requests it, pass them through our lines to irginia, there to meet and informally confer with Messrs, Stephens, Hunter and Campbell, on the basis of my letter to F. P. Blair, Esq., of January 18, 1865, a copy on the morning of February 3, the three gentlemen, Messrs. Stephens, Hunter and Campbell, came aboard our steamer and had an interview with the Secretary of Stat