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We give some additional intelligence from Northern papers of the 1st inst: Stanton's dispatches about Grant's movements--"repulse" of the Confederates. The latest Yankee intelligence from Gen Grant in contained in dispatches from Stanton to Dix, at New York, dated at 8 o'clock on the evening of Tuesday last, (31st ult.) thwest of Hawes's shop, where the headquarters of our army were established. [Mr Stanton is muddled.] There is yet no telegraph line of communication with Washington.ligence from any other quarter has been received by this Department. Edwin M Stanton. Secretary of War. [Second Dispatch.] War Department,Washington, Tuesdy. Nothing of later date has been received by this Department. Edwin M Stanton, Secretary of War. The Presidential question in the United States. Temocratic Committee of New York city, has passed resolutions laudatory of Secretary Stanton, and in favor of Lincoln for President and Daniel S Dickinson for Vice-Pr