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of his paper now before me, in which one of these reporters regrets the excesses into which fanaticism has hurried the North, and does not appear to wonder at the South for becoming thoroughly alarmed, and making the most determined preparations for resistance. Really, I think if the Prince of Wale were once more to visit Richmond, a Times' reporter would not discover so much that was odious in his reception. By the bye, a very remarkable circumstance, in connection with this subject, seems to have escaped your observation. The correspondent of the "sure enough" Times.--the London Times, not its in New York.--dates from Baltimore, where he says the Prince as just arrived by way of the Chesapeake! Isn't the Thunderer's intelligence worthy of credit?. I observe that you call Mr. Miller's famous dog "Carlo." That is a misnomer. His real name was "Carb.," after the Roman Consul, I presume; for he was as stern and dignified in his demeanor as any "Roman of them a " P.