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nscription bill-- in Washington, Etc. A telegram from Washington, dated the 21st inst, says: The United States dispatch boat, Capt Mitchell, left the Navy Yard-to-day, with President Lincoln and the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for City Point. It is understood that Mr Lincoln and Assistant Secretary Fox have gone to the front to consult upon the future programme of the campaign. To day's session of the House was assigned for the consideration of the business of the Militarthe House Thursday, they were received with applause on the Republican side, which was joined in by some of the Democrat, but most of them remained Allen and unmoved. The 9th Michigan regiment left Crant's army for home on the 19th last, their three years having expired. Only about a hundred of the original men remained. The fighting before Petersburg has been by the 2d, 9th and 19th corps the 5th being in reserve. There is to be a daily boat between City Point and Washington.