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n make them allies of the secret Order in a revolution which has been postponed for a more convenient opportunity. Meantime, these Copperheads will strive for a provocation for civil war. The armistice with the Confederates--letter from Senator Wilson. A statement, copied from New York papers, has been telegraphed to New England, to the effect that I had been to Washington to urge upon the President the policy of an armistice with the rebels.--There is not the slightest foundation for incoln and the members of his Cabinet have undoubting faith in the success of our armies in the field and the ultimate complete triumph of our cause. And, with this belief, they will pursue the most vigorous measure to raise money and men. Henry Wilson. Natick, August 20, 1864. Miscellaneous. A new opera house, seventy by one hundred and sixty feet, is to be built in Baltimore. The Pennsylvania Legislature has appropriated $100,000 for the relief of the Chambersburg sufferers