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rary suspension of the New York World and Journal of Commerce has been noticed in Northern advices. It was done by Major General Dix, and the cause was the publication of a bogus proclamation purporting to be issued by Lincoln, of which the followiable news; but it is one of those inexplicable accidents which is liable to happen to any newspaper establishment. Gen Dix immediately suspended both papers and placed military guards in the offices. These were, however, withdrawn in a day orce, shows that, unhappily, it is but too true. As the papers were suppressed and their proprietors arrested by order of Gen Dix, it will be something worth witnessing, to see a warrant issuing to place that gentleman under arrest. A resolutionst "official gazette," as the Yankee papers call it, of Secretary Stanton: Washington, May 23, 1.35 P. M. To Maj Gen Dix, New York: Dispatches from Major Gen Canby, dated at the mouth of Red river, at midnight, May 15th, state that Admi