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will be closed, and the keys passed over to General Vicle. A general closing is anticipated. Many persons are anxious to get away from here, but it is impossible — no passes are granted to males, save upon taking the cath — and to leave secretly is out of the question; the pickets are too thickly posted. The destruction of private property in the suburbs goes on briskly; it is a feast to negroes and toiles. December 18th.--The World in tremendous on the Administration and Gen. Helleck to day, and thinks that the army will never be at near Richmond as when under McClellan. The Herald is also very severe. The Federal loss is now estimated at 20,000; the World says 20,000 cripples have been made. More troops arrived to day, and will go forth with to Suffolk. They are being constantly sent forward, and a heavy force must be concentrating near Black water. The weather to-day is excessively cold, and the poor are suffering greatly. Relief there is none. S