Washington, Nov. 26. A letter feceived to-duy at central odien n Washington, froin an agent of the SnniUry Cominfesion at New York, pny Gen. Mereditb otates that altho' there may be some doubt about the disposition which has been inada of the governraent stores sent to Eichinonrl, he has evory reason to beliere thut the snpplies pent l)y the Sanitary Oornmiesion have lieen properly distributed. On Saturdáy the flag of truco bout look up to City Point 280 cases of supplies from tho Sanitary Commission storehouse at Norfolk, chiefly nu tritious food and warm clothing. Baltiuiore, Nov. 30. The American says a correspondence with Comiuissionor Ould has been openeJ, which may probably lead to the establishment of sonie Bystematio íirrangenient lor the sustenance of our unloitnnate piisoners at Richmond, until such time as a changa may be effected, wiíh the condition that there is peither sufiiciency ol food at Richmond fur tLe peopK or the prisuners.