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he Yankees didn't bite at it so freely. The Yankees had placed guns at Falmouth to prevent the rebels fishing in the Rappahannock. At Cairo, June 1st, 180 rebel officers and 4,200 prisoners arrived from Vicksburg. They were to be sent to Sandusky. The Yankees publish the Confederate account of the burning of Jackson, Miss., with out a blush, and rather boast over the exploit. Admiral Dupont is to be relieved by Admiral Foote. A Baltimore correspondent says Lee's army has been reduced by 40,000 men, and says "now is the time for the Administration to compel Hooker to fight Lee." Pierpont has been elected Governor of Virginia, L. C. P. Cowper, Lt.-Governor, and J. R. Bowden, Attorney General. Great alarm exists in Washington about an attack. The Pennsylvania Reserves there were ordered over the river to join their division. The Washington Chronicle says that Mobile is to be attacked. It publishes a silly rumor about Fort Morgan having fallen.