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Latest from the North. the attack on Charleston-Affairs on the Mississippi — rise in Gold — from the army of the Potomac--correspondence between senator Wilson and Fernande Weed,&c. Fredericksburg, April 6. --I have received the New York Times, of the 2d inst., and send you a summary of the news contained in it 158 The morning's news from Mississippi was constructed unfavorably. Besides, the evident news of defeats and disasters were circulated through the day. Henry Wilson has written a letter to Fernando Wood, as " the recognized brain, heart, soul, guide, and philosopher of the Mozart Hall Faction," of New York — says he (Wood) should be held responsible for the sets and utterances of his liege who do his bidding. Wilson says that Mozart Hall asserts that the Conscription act "makes an distinction between the rich and the poor." "Sir, this accusation is false, wickedly, wantonly, infamously false — a foul slander and deniable libel upon the law and