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vernor of Massachusetts brought down hisses for Governor Andrew, while another allusion to General McClellan brought down rounds of applause. Mr. Seymour was followed in his speech by Mr. John Van Bvor of General Dix. He denounced General Wadsworth as an open, bitter, malignant enemy of General McClellan, and gave as his authority for that statement Commissary General Welsh, of this State. Ifce. The New York Herald gives the following reasons to satisfy the United States public why McClellan remains idle on the wrong side of the Potomac: We are assured that Gen. McClellan is anxGen. McClellan is anxious to advance. We know that his army is, and we have no doubt of its success if it should advance to day and compel the enemy to fight or retreat. The delay, we are told, on every hand, is on accom to distribute his forces, and prevents their concentration at any particular point. General McClellan has sent a letter to Governor Bradford, of Maryland, in reply to the communication referri