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s subsequently released, and has returned to the discharge of his duties. This forenoon the President, Secretary of War, and Major General Halleck were long in consultation at the War Department. For a portion of the time Generals Pope and Burnside were with them. The patriotic members of Congress who went home to raise troops, in response to the President's call, are doing their duty well. Hon. Mr. Diven, of New York, reports that the entire quota of the two counties of Chemung and where they go, and remaining with them while in prison, taking care of them both night and day. Union troops are almost daily arriving at this place, making a very short stay, and then passing up the James river to join Gen. McClellan or Gen. Burnside's divisions. The weather continues cool and the sick are rapidly recovering. Many are now convalescent who would have lost their lives had the excessively warm weather continued for a few days longer. All quiet up James river to da