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he accomplished nothing whatever. He had a full and frank conversation with the rebel President, but it was private, and resulted in nothing. Mr. Blair has not repeated this conversation, and will not; and any accounts which may go from this city to-night touching his mission which differ from this will be fabrications or speculations. It is needless to say that Jeff. Davis has sent no letter to Mr. Lincoln, and made no sign of lowering the Confederate flag — none whatever. Ex-Governor Jacobs, of Secesh and Kentucky, came up from Richmond with Mr. Blair. He represents the feeling for peace to pervade all classes in that city, and to extend to officers of high grade in the army. Among the working classes, he says, it amounts to an aching demand. He predicts that there will be a cessation of hostilities within two months, and proposal of peace upon some terms of re-union from the Confederate Government to ours. This is quite in contradiction of the indications of a fa