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press seems to be, by expressing deep sympathy with the distresses of the French operatives, to render them so furions that they shall urge Napoleon on to attempt the breaking of the blockade.--Phile. Inq. From the Upper Potomac. Frederick, Md., Feb. 7. --The latest intelligence from the Virginia side is via Hancock, on Wednesday. A squad of cavalry daily make their appearance on a distant hill, apparently to observe our movements. At Harper's Ferry it was reported that Jackson had not yet gone to Richmond, but was supposed to be at Halltown, where his men were preparing to resist the imaginary advance of General Banks's Division. Bodies of rebel troops were also at Charleston and Marnhsburg. On Saturday last a small body of the enemy were dispersed near Bolivar by a few well-directed shells on Maryland Heights. One of the shells exploded in an unoccupied dwelling. Reinforcements to Ship Island. Boston, Feb. 5. --The ships Ocean Pearl, Idsho, an