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tea. In nearly every letter the writers advise and persuade those to whom they write to send their letters by the flag of truce boat. A large bundic containing copies of music, just published, was among the captures; "Close up the tanks," "Gen Morgan's Grand March, " "God Save the Southern Land," &c, were among the number. Southern song books, monthly magazines, daily and weekly papers, were also in profusion. It is also stated that Mr. S. Davis Tonge, formerly of Baltimore, but now ltion, and they were reappointed.--Horallo S Wright rejected by the Senate and since appointed, and is now in command of Sedgwick's corps. The resignations are, Cassins M Clay, Jas A Garfield, Schuyler Hamilton, Charles S Hamilton, E D Keyes, E D Morgan, Benjamin M Prentiss, and Robert M Schenck. Sixteen are dead. The "strikes" in New York continue to attract more or less attention. There is an ugly feeling manifested by the recently discharged employees of the Sixth and Eighth Avenue Rai