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igham made a stirring speech on the settlement of the Trent affair. In a caucus meeting of the members of the Legislature of New York, on the 6th inst., Henry J. Raymond, of the Times, was elected speaker. It would appear from the following that the Peace party is in the ascendant, notwithstanding the Governor of that State y corruption in nigh and low places, be invited to take seats in this Convention. The resolution was advocated by Messrs. Ogden and Stetson, and opposed by Mr. Raymond in a speech of considerable length. After a long debate the resolution was lost, under the call for yeas and noes, by a vote 16 to 62. The caucus then proceeded to nominate a candidate for speaker, when Henry J. Raymond was the successful candidate. The Burnside expedition — its destination. The Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Press, writing under date of the 8th inst., says: Burnside's expedition, which will probably sail within the present week will