rrived to-day by flag of truce from Richmond.
One of them — a gentleman of the Teutonic persuasion — gave me his opinion on the result of that expedition in a somewhat laconic style: "We gets not mooch salt dere," said he, "but we gets peppered like der tuyfel."
A. J. Shackelford and George W. Booth, of Charlottesville, Virginia, arrived in Washington on Saturday as "refugees."
Wendell Phillips is announced to speak at Cooper Institute on Wednesday evening, October 26th, on the Presidential election.
It will be his first and only address in New York during the Presidential campaign.
The Republican procession in Washington on Saturday night burnt the McClellan flag hanging from the Democratic Club-House.
Rev. Mr. Bitting, and Messrs. Foster and Peyton, of Alexandria, who have been put on the trains on the Manassas road, have been released, and Messrs. Maddox, Metcalf and Murray, of Salem, and J. H. Hathaway, have been arrested and put on the tr