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The appointment of General Breckinridge Secretary of War is another of the good signs of the times. He is a practical military man, at once a soldier and a statesman, in the prime of life and strength, and, we need not add, thoroughly devoted to the cause of the country. There can be no lack of efficiency in the War Department with such men as General Breckinridge Secretary, and Judge Campbell Assistant.
a gunboat at the plantation of Mr. Charles F. Wren, on James river, and having burnt the houses, carried off all the cattle and grain from the plantation. Rumored raid on Weldon. The Petersburg Express states that the Yankee raid recently reported as advancing on Weldon from the Chowan river has retreated. Yankee peace Commissioners. The report circulated yesterday that Pierce, Fillmore and Chase had been appointed commissioners to confer with Messrs. Stephens, Hunter and Campbell was entirely without foundation.--The latest news we have received from the North is through the Yankee papers of last Monday, which were published before the news had reached there of the appointment of our commissioners.--Besides, there is no reason to suppose any persons will be specially appointed to confer with our commissioners, who went on to see Mr. Lincoln himself. From the South. No official intelligence from the South relative to Sherman's movements was made public on ye