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t met with at Petersburg Friday. The official report of his losses puts them at five thousand six hundred and forty. Such a slaughter in such a short time, and with such an utter failure, has caused too much comment among the Yankee people, and Lincoln has convened a military commission at City Point, with General Hancock presiding, to investigate it. The New York Herald says: Considerable mortification and chagrin appear to be felt in the Army of the Potomac over the failure of the recepensioners to eleven. Colorado Jewett telegraphs the New York Herald that Ben Wood, Dean Richmond, and a number of other Democrats, are now at Niagara Falls, consulting with Clay, Holcombe, Sanders and other rebel agents. Since Greeley and Lincoln failed, these Democrats want to see what they can do towards making peace. Eben Winton, editor of the Bergen (New Jersey) Democrat, arrested for discouraging enlistments by articles in his paper, has given bail for trial. The following