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Latest from the North. Northern advices, of the 12th, have been received. Gen. McClellan's resignation has created a decided division between the parties at the North. He has issued a farewell address. Gen. Sickles has gone to Rappahannock Station to take command of the position held by Gen. Bayard's cavalry. Schuyler Colfax has been tendered the place of Secretary of the interior, in anticipation of Mr. Smith's retiring to take the place of Circuit Judge of Indiana. We give the following summary of the news: The removal of Gen. M'Clellan--laconic address of his Successor — M Clellan's "last Words"--the feeling at the North about the removal — Lincoln again Yielding to the Radical pressure. Gen. McClellan has been removed from the command of the army of the Potomac, and Gen. A. B. Burnside takes his place. Gen. Burnside, on assuming command, issued an order, in which he says, "I accept control with the steadfast assurance that the just cause must prevail.