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From Washington Washington, Aug. 22 --The Potomac is ing and will be at the P R ces in a day of two. The 21st New York Regiment having m ty have been arrested and will be sent Gen. Fremont has been authorized to take as the Illinois for day purposes. Information received at headquarters here go to prove that the recent rains, which a rapid rise in the Potomac, the Confederate plans for an attack on Washington. Intelligence has been received of an active intervention in Mexican affairs by England, France, and Spain. It is recognition, in some Confederacy, of can be had that the South will not attempt conquests in that
Movements of New York. Aug. 22. --
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Newspapers Washington, Aug. 22 --The Seward newspaper and Washington.
Federal report of the position of the Confederates. Alexandria, Aug. 22. --The largest portion of the Confederate forces is at Fairfax C. H. Everything is quiet on the Potomac.