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fident manner. From over thirty counties, military organizations have responded to the call. From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, July 8. --A flag of truce returned to-day from a cruise up the York river. At Cumberland were found 90 of our wounded soldiers. They were brought a mile away, when the rebels compelled us to return them to the hospital where we found them. All quiet on the James river. From Gen. Burnside. The following letter, dated Newbern, N. C., July 2d, is published in the Philadelphia Press: Burnside's entire corps d'armee is in motion, bound inland somewhere. Your readers will be surprised to hear that three divisions are now in motion from this place, and more to come. You will hear good news from Burnside, Parke, Foster, and Reno very soon. The troops are overjoyed to think that they are about to follow our gallant Burnside into a victorious field once more. Gen. Marcy's estimate of M'Clellan's loss in the recent battles.[
McClellan's defeat in New Orleans Mobile, July 9. --The New Orleans Delta says: We are in possession of Mobile papers of the 2nd instant, containing a series of telegrams from Richmond and other points. The substance of these dispatches is that McClellan has been defeated.--We reproduce these telegrams because versions of them are in the hands of speculators imposing upon the public; but we do not believe them. If they are true, all that can be gained by a repulse of the Union army is to prolong the struggle. The Picayune copies from the Delta, with this heading: "We have read the following note from General Butler:" "Editors Picayune--Gentlemen: There is in the city, and you have had in your office, an extra, which sets right all news from Richmond down to July 2d. Why desire to publish false intelligence, as is the reliable man's lies of June 30. Publish anything but the Richmond dispatches, and you may publish them if you will publish this note."