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ame thing, says: Francis P. Blair, Sr., went on his second mission of peace to Richmond on Saturday. His son, Montgomery Blair, did not accompany him. Passes from the Confederate authorities — civil and military (delay in the receipt of which, at Grant's headquarters, had induced Mr. Blair last week to return to Washington)--had been transmitted to him here, and will enable him to continue his journey to Richmond without interruption. He is doubtless in that city. It is known here that Mr. Blair will propose to the Davis Government a scheme of pacification, resting fundamentally on a return of the rebellious States to the Union. Whatever political and moral advantages may be derived to us from this tender of the olive branch, no hope is entertained here that Mr. Blair's mission will have the success of initiating negotiations for peace. The condition of re-union will be fatal to his, or any other envoy's, labors. George D. Prentice, of the Louisville Journal, who ha