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eing on the Long bridge road, disappeared during the night. It was probably advanced to cover the movement of the main body, most of which, as far as I can learn, crossed the Chickahominy at Long bridge and below, and has reached James river at Westover and Wilcox's landing. A portion of General Grant's army upon leaving our front, at Cold Harbor, is reported to have proceeded to the White House, and embarked at that place. Everything is said to have been removed, and the depot at the White Hretty definitely ascertained that Grant, or at least the greater portion of his army, had crossed over to the south side. We heard of no official intelligence of this, but from information we received last night we see no reason to doubt it. Westover, where General Lee in his despatch above states the enemy to have moved, is immediately on the James river, not far from Bermuda Hundred, where Butler is, and the river at that point is narrow and well situated for the laying down of pontoons.