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We have received through the courtesy of the officers of the Exchange Bureau Northern papers of the 10th inst. The war news to Confederates, who know the situation and the frequent repulses of the enemy, is interesting as perhaps the most transparent batch of lies which has been published during the war. Stanton seems to have taken the matter of furnishing the newspapers himself, and the "latest news" is contained in telegrams from him to Major General Dix, in New York. We give them as they are printed. The heading of the news is as follows: Victory--"on to Richmond"--Lee's defeat and retreat fully Confirmed — our Army in vigorous pursuit — the rebel dead and wounded left on the Field, Etc. Washington, Monday, May 9--10:45 A. M. Major General Dix: We have intelligence this morning by scouts direct from the army, as late as Saturday evening but no official reports. The general results may be stated as a success to our arms. The fighting on Friday was