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he flag-ship, bringing with them Colonel Anderson and a staff officer, when, afters protracted interview with the commanding officers, the terms were assented to in the following terms: The above conditions and terms of surrender are agreed to by the undersigned, and the ceremony of turning over the prisoners of war, Fort Gaines and all the public property appertaining thereto, intact, and in the same condition it is now, will take place at 8 o'clock A. M. to- morrow, August 7th. C. D. Anderson, Colonel Twenty-first Alabama regiment, Commanding Fort Gaines. Witness: P. Drayton, Fleet Captain; Albert J. Myer, Colonel and Signal Officer, United States Army. The successful occupation of the Weldon railroad causes great rejoicing at the North. The movement is represented to have been attended with the most brilliant success, and the rebels are said to have been defeated with great loss in their attempts on Thursday and Friday to dislodge the Fifth corps. The Her