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e Island to the National Union Convention have been recommended to vote for the renomination of President Lincoln. A street rumor was circulating in Washington Monday night that 10,000 rebel cavalry, under the rebel Gen. Stuart, were making a dash upon the city, and that the various approaches to Washington were being barricaded, and rifle pits thrown up, to impede the progress of the raiders. Col. John Wooley, of Indians, has been appointed Provost Marshal at Baltimore, under Gen. Lew Wallace. The New York Herald's correspondent with the fleet off Mobile gives a rumor that Admiral Farregut is to withdraw his fleet, being satisfied that the city cannot be taken by water. The arrival of the steamer Roanoke at New York Tuesday announces the fact that another privateer is at large on the ocean. It appears that Captain Scott, of the United States steamer De Sote, informed Captain Drew, of the Roanoke, that he heard, from reliable quarters, that there was a rebel privat