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y as substitutes for drafted men, and receive the Government bounty and the conscript's price of exemption besides. A special correspondent from the Army of the Potomac says the late sensation falsehoods about the recrossing of Hooker's army must have given the believing North a severe fit of indignation and seriously injured the army, and produced bad blood and hard feelings among men and officers. He also says: "The fording of the Rapidan by Slocum and Howard at Germania, and Meade at Ely's food, is among the most brilliant achievements of the war! " The estimate of loss in the Army of the Potomac is now reduced to 11,000. The rebel raiders in Western Virginia are still hanging about Gilmer and Wirt counties, plundering and moving out of the county what they have already stolen. They appear to be doing pretty much as they please, and nobody seems to know anything of their future designs. The Times says the fall of Richmond would have been but the fall of a cit