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An Incident of the War. A correspondent of a New York paper gives a graphic account of the interview which took place between the two armies recently confronting each other at Corinth, under a flag of truce, borne by a detachment under Col. Jacob Thompson, of Mississippi. After describing the approach of the flag, the writer proceeds as follows: Riding up, I was introduced to Col. Thompson, of Gen. Beauregard's staff. The cordial warmth of manner, the fine head, expressive features, Col. Thompson, of Gen. Beauregard's staff. The cordial warmth of manner, the fine head, expressive features, and grizzly beard and moustache were not unfamiliar in Washington, even so late as the beginning of the present year. It was Mr. Buchanan's well known Secretary of the Interior, the Hon. Jacob M. Thompson, Mississippi millionaire, ex- Congressman from the very district on whose soil he now stood under a flag of truce, and a man still entitled to Northern respect, as the only one of the resigning secessionists who left Mr. Buchanan's cabinet without the stain of dishonor upon his name. The