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air. From this thickening gloom the city was partially roused at 3 o'clock by a dispatch hailing from Washington, reading as follows: "A dispatch from General McClellan, just received at the War Department, dated, From Berkeley, Harrison's bar, July 2, 5.30 P. M., stating that he has succeeded in getting his army to place, on the banks of the James river, and but one gun, which had to be abandoned for daylight (Tuesday) because it broke down; that and a half ago the rest of the wages train ersary. But the customary hilarity was not manifest; the evening was cold and gloomy, and even the irrepressible patriotism of Young America was tame and spiritless. Our next telegraphic advices, in order of date, are from Fortress Monroe, July 2, endorsed "By Mail to the Associated Press." The reports from the army by this correspondent are to Tuesday, inclusive. That was the sixth day of continuous fighting all along our lines, a fight that for destructiveness of life has no parallel i