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and Secretary of War to-day.--It is understood that he says that he reiterated the opinions expressed in his last speech at New York, and urged that the Government ought to do the things that make for peace by instantly proposing a cessation of hostilities. When asked what assurances he had from the South that propositions looking to peace would be received at Richmond favorably, he is said to have fallen back upon the general statement that the masses are tired of the war South as well as North, and would welcome the olive branch if their leaders would let them. Miscellaneous. The Confederates in Paris are wearing crape on their arms for Gen. Jackson. Mrs. Anna Cora Ritchie is residing in London. During the past two months there were received, aborted, and mailed at the Nashville post-office one million three hundred and thirty-three thousand two hundred and eighty-six letters. The 38th and 37th New York regiments had a reception there on their return home
How they learn the country. --A Yankee, taken prisoner at Raymond, was asked what became of the many deserters who came over the river a few months ago, and were allowed to pass through this portion of the country at leisure, ere they were paroled and sent North. We want his reply to reach the ears of every Provost Marshal in the Confederacy. Said he: " They were all with Grierson in his raid!"-- Meridian (Miss.) Journal.