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arole not to give aid or comfort to the enemy. Gen. Butler's expedition. Gen. Butler is still here arranging with Gen. McClellan and the Navy Department about the movement of his expedition. It was only temporarily detained. The troops did not disembark from the steamer Constitution at Fortress Monroe. The Army. Col. Astor, of New York, has resigned his place on Gen. McClellan's staff, and returned to his business in New York, which demands his personal attention. Jessie Fremont and Old Blair. Mrs. Jessie Benton Fremont, while on her recent visit to Washington to ferret out the origin of the hostility which had manifested itself towards her husband, had an interview with the President, during which Mr. Blair, Sr., father of the Postmaster General and Frank P. Blair, were present Mr. Blair turned to Mrs. Fremont and said.--"Mrs. Fremont, allow me to say to you that, in my judgment, madam, your proper place is at the head of your husband's household at St. Lou