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Gone to Washington. --The Virginia Commissioners appointed to confer with old Abe on the state of the country--Messrs. william Ballard Preston, Alex. H. H. Stuart, and George W. Randolph — left Richmond yesterday morning for Washington to perform the mission with which they were on trusted. In view of the rather belligerent intelligence received yesterday, both from the South and North, it is hoped that the conference they propose to have with the President will avall to prevent the shedding of fraternal blood. The City was visited by a high wind yesterday. Luckily it found no dust to blow into people's eyes. No through train from Washington arrived in the afternoon, the wind having blown the water out of the Potomac to such a degree that the mail boat was unable to approach her wharf. P. S.--We have been informed since the above was written, by Conductor Gentry, that the oldest inhabitant never heard of or saw such a storm of wind and rain as occurred at Acquia Cre