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re taking the oath. We have occasional arrivals from Richmond.--The rebels, it appears, are moving a large force across the James river to operate against Suffolk and Norfolk, and prevent McClellan from crossing the James river. From M'Clellan's army. Letters from McClellan's army are to the 29th.--They do not give much news. One says: The Daniel Webster, with one hundred and eighty two sick and wounded, from Richmond, for Philadelphia, anchored off the Fortress this morni reaching all the way up to Fort Darling, both sides of the river is one grand map of masked batteries. These our gunboats will, at some future time, pay their respects to, and no doubt will cause them to be evacuated. The contrabands in M'Clellan's camp. The contrabands at and around this point have been mustered together and placed in a village. From the number of wedge tents they occupy, there must be at least 2,000, if not more of them. They are well fed, and the tents give them