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stopped at Monroe by four hundred Confederates, and an attempt made to take possession, but it escaped unharmed; and was backed to Hudson. It is reported that there are 8,000 Confederates at Hannewalt Station, who will attempt to burn the Salt river bridge, east of Palmyra, to-night. The station-house at Monroe has been burned, and the telegraph wires cut. The blockade will not affect travel to the East, as the locality of the trouble is east of Hudson, the junction of the North Railroad. A vigorous attempt will be made to disperse the Confederates. Later--July 11.--Five hundred Federal troops left here this morning, and they will be joined by 700 men at Hudson. An unsuccessful attempt was made to burn the Salt river bridge last night — the fire going out after the enemy left. A supposed privateer. Boston, July 12. --Captain Gerrier, of the British bark Major Norton, from St. Martin's, reports that on the 9th inst., in latitude 39, longitude 63