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esperate war policy, intelligent men hear Jeff. Davis's reply to Francis P. Blair's proposition for peace. A Reminiscence of the Chickahominy. Lincoln, on Monday, in answer to a resolution of the House, communicated the report of Colonel Thomas M. Key, giving an account of the interview between himself and General Howell Cobb, on the 14th of June, 1862, on the banks of the Chickahominy. The report is addressed to the Secretary of War. Colonel Key says: "I am instructed by Major Colonel Key says: "I am instructed by Major General McClellan to report to you the substance of an interview held by me with the Hon. Howell Cobb, now acting as a brigadier-general in the rebel army at Richmond. I was ordered to proceed with a flag of truce to the bridge crossing the Chickahominy on the Mechanicville road, where I would be met by General Cobb, for the purpose of a conference with regard to an exchange of prisoners; my instructions being to learn the views of the rebel Government and report them to Major-General McClella