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closely watched. All the correspondence touching the war and its effects, including that of the Confederate Commissioner, has been called for. The London Times says the distortion of the Washington Government to have letters of me and Seward's persistent adherence to the idea past the Federal have met with no revenues and that there is no insurrection in the South, can they be explained by the belief that the United others desire a foreign war to enable them to have an excuse to acknths, and the relation subdued." Burnside left Washington on the 20th for Fortress Monroe, to take his new command. Persons quitting Yankee Doodledum for Europe have to give bonds to go in service if drafted, or furnish substitutes. Seward went to the theatre for the last time, on the 19th, in Washington. John Andrew is organizing a negro regiment in Massachusetts. Recruits for it from Pennsylvania passed through New York on the 20th. Gold closed in New York on the 20th