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Additional from the North. From our late Northern files, we make some extracts given below: Greeley's account of his' Teace Niggiations." [From the New York Tribune.] The telegraphic stories concerning Peace Conferences at Niagara Falls have a slender foundation in fact, but most of the details are very wide of the troth. The editor of this paper has taken part in and been privy to no further negotiations than were fully authorized and more than authorized. But these related solety to bringing the antagonists face to face, in amicable rather than belligerent attitude, with the view to the initiation of an effort for peace, to be prosecuted at Washington. The movement has had no immediate success. Of course, all reports that the writer has been engaged in proposing or receiving or discussing by pothecated terms or basis of peace, whether with accredited agents of the Richmond authorities or others, are utterly mistaken. He has never had the slightest authorizati