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Yankee fabrications. The Yankees assert that Longstreet's corps was up from Suffolk in time to take part in the late battles. This is false, though we do not wonder that they thought the tremendous blow they received was dealt by Lee's whole army. Longstreet's corps did not come and was not needed. There was enough to whip the Yankees, and they may conclude from the past that there always will be enough of the right men in the right place.
elman's reserves from Washington, or brought up to aid in the great struggle upon which the life of the rebellion depended the available forces of Gen. Peck, from Suffolk, and of General Keyes, from Yorktown, Gen. Hooker might have enveloped the rebel army with his superior numbers. But what might or should have been done is ned their escape. Some of these soldiers were engaged in the recent battles, though they were taken as recently as Monday last. They were captured at or near Suffolk, and palpably straggled away purposely when Longstreet's corps retired from its position the day previous. They seem delighted to find themselves once more in thonicle, of the 11th inst., and send you a brief summary of what it contains: Gen. Peck has issued an order to his troops congratulating them on the siege of Suffolk being raised. L. H. Chandler has been nominated by a Union Convention at Norfolk, Va., for the Federal Congress. The bridge over Big Black Bayon, the Ya