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Late Northern news. the Observance of New Year's day at the North--Story of a Yankee Refugee — Facts and incidents, &c. We give below some extracts from late Northern papers received at this office: New Year's day in Washington — the President's reception — Entertainments by the Recreating--Gen. M'Clellan's health, &c. From the following special dispatches to the Philadelphia Inquirer, dated Washington, January 1, it will be seen that the Yankees had quite a gay time in the Federal metropolis on New Year's day: Never, within the memory of the oldest inhabitant, have we enjoyed such a warm, pleasant New Year's day at the national metropolis, and never has it been so decorously or generally observed. Our Southern friends were sad roystered, and in former years by noon there was a large number of intoxicated gentlemen of the F. F.'s V.'s to be seen.--This year, everything is orderly and quiet, although they have kept up an incessant firing of heavy guns a<