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There is an amount of talent, energy and vim employed, at present, in burglarious invasions in this city which might be valuably occupied in a war of defence. Grant, Sherman, and other military burglars, might take lessons in their profession from some of the accomplished house-breakers of this capital. The time was when a quiet citizen of Richmond could walk at midnight from Screamersville to Rocketts without dreaming of the garroter; when he could go to bed and awake and find "the se division of sappers and miners must be set upon by a division of Confederate soldiers and marched to the front. If they display half the talent and energy manifested upon our cellars and store-rooms, they will commit a successful burglary upon Grant's fortifications in a week. Let the commanding general promise them all the provost they can capture, we would like to see the Yankee bolts and bars that will keep them out. If they never come back again, so much the better. At present, no man
y Seward, accompanied by his private secretary, who immediately left for Fortress Monroe, on General Grant's dispatch steamer, to meet the rebel commissioners. They were met at the depot by General hat no department and no person, whose duty it is to hurry up the reinforcement and equipment of Grant's grand army, will be tempted into an hour's idleness; for if no one else can make peace, GeneraGeneral Grant most assuredly can. Passage of the bill abolishing slavery in the United States--Scenes in Congress — cannon firing and Bell ringing in Yankeedom. The Yankees have performed another lines, and, having refused to take the oath, has been sent to Washington under arrest. General Grant returned to Fort Monroe on the 30th, from Fort Fisher. A reconnaissance from General Th Falls of Niagara. The general officers in the regular United States army now are: Lieutenant-General Grant, Major-Generals H. W. Halleck, William T. Sherman, George G. Meade, Philip H. Sheridan