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ishes a correspondence between Gen. Dix and Gov. Seymour, which has just come out, relative to the os answer by some suggestions arising out of Gov. Seymour's reply. He then explains more at length his motives in soliciting Gov. Seymour's cooperation, and dwells upon the object and necessity of the." The General supposes, however, that Gov. Seymour used the phrase inadvertently, and does not expression of his anxiety to be assured by Gov. Seymour, at the earliest day practicable, that the comply with the requests made to Irion, and Gov. Seymour adds that he was confident that a "generousn the 18th of August, General Dix reminds Governor Seymour that in an interview had with him on the that afterwards, by a letter addressed to Governor Seymour, he had renewed more formally the expresson to the law. He still hoped however, that Gov. Seymour's course would be such as to render it unneor that purpose. On the 20th of August Gov. Seymour wrote to Gen. Dix, complaining that he had [6 more...]