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ablished or conquered upon the basis of the instructions contained in Mr. Lincoln's note to Secretary Seward. A Yankee peace mission Rumor. A dispatch from Washington, Monday, says: There are current rumors here to-day that Secretary Seward has again gone down to Grant's headquarters, it is supposed on a mission looking to peace; also, that France and England have intimated to the rebels their intention of recognizing them after the 4th of March. Miscellaneous. Ex-Governor Hicks (late United States Senator), who sold Maryland to the Yankees, died in Washington on the 13th instant. Winter Davis and Montgomery Blair will make a heavy struggle for the succession. The draft commences in Pennsylvania on Wednesday in those districts in which recruiting is not going on rapidly. Major-General D. M. Gregg, of Grant's cavalry, has resigned, and Brigadier-General Irvine Gregg has taken command of his division. Mr. Robert Lincoln, son of the President, was