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Navigation Obstructed. --The N. York steamship Jamestown, on her last trip thither, was compelled to anchor at City Point, in consequence of the rapidity of the current. Afterwards, her passengers were transfered to the steamer A. H. Schultz, and brought to this city, and landed in small boats opposite the foot of 18th street.
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by the present state of uncertainty and indecision. The Dispatch was in great demand here to-day, our people desiring to hear the effects of the freshet in James River. The Appomattox is gradually calming down, after having done its worst. In addition to the damage I recounted in my letter of yesterday, I learn that part of the trestle work at the Farmville bridge was washed away, but not sufficiently to cause the stoppage of the regular trains. I learn that the damage done at City Point is in course of rapid repair, and the business on that road will go on without interruption. The weather to-day is in striking contrast with what has been visited upon us for the past week; the temperature is as mild as could be wished, the sky as clear as the eye of beauty, and the atmosphere is purity itself. Everything and everybody look as smiling and cheerful as though there was not a care to rest its burden upon them. The ladies, for whose beauty Petersburg is justly celebrate