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ring the immense siege works of our men. That they feared the success of the Union gunboats on the York river and James river, by means of which their communication with the outer world would be cut off. The order was given to evacuate by Gen Johnston on Thursday, to commence the following morning, which was accordingly done. General Magruder is said to have most strenuously opposed the measure, stating that If they could not whip the Federals here, there was no other place in Virginiather deserter has just come in, and reports that Jefferson Davis came with Gen. Lee on Wednesday last, and after a consultation with Lee and the most prominent officers, all were agreed to the evacuation except Gen. Magruder. Capture of General Johnston's baggage.Headquarters Army Potomac, May 4, 9 P. M. --it in certain that the rebe s received reinforcements by steamers from Richmond on Thursday, but did not disembark them. The enemy's troops are badly demoralized, and they evince