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from guerrilla or other tantalizing raids during the advance. Ministers arrested for not Praying for Lincoln. The United States steamer Cahawba arrived at New York on Tuesday from New Orleans, having on board the Rev. Messrs. Leaccek, Goodrich, and Fulton, pastors of Episcopal churches in New Orleans, who were sent to New York for refusing to pray for the President of the United States. A letter from New Orleans to the New York Herald says: These three gentlemen having persiste lay only in his irresolution and vacillation, he having first agreed to read the service over the body, and afterwards, at the remonstrance of his church members, declined. Dr. L is an Englishman by birth, but an American by naturalization. Dr. Goodrich is the rector of the church which Major Strong closed two Sundays ago. He is a native of New York, but has resided South almost from instance Mr. Fulton was a private in the regiment known as the Confederate Guards, and candidly avows himself