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demanded by Mr. Lincoln." Upon this announcement the Herald has a characteristic article about having "peace from Maine to the Rio Grande," and then "getting with England and France." Capture of a Yankee army train — severe fight in Hardy county, Va. The following dispatch is telegraphed to the New York papers. Headq'rs Dep't Western Virginia, January 31, 1864, Again we are in the midst of excitement and activity, caused by a severe conflict that took place yesterday afternoon in the neighborhood of Williamsport, Hardy county, and which lasted, with considerable persistence and severity, for four hours. On Thursday night a train of about eighty wagons was sent out from New Creek, heavily laden with commissary stores for the garrison at Petersburg, and accompanying the train was an escort of 800 men, being detachments from the 23d Illinois, (Irish Brigade,) 4th Virginia cavalry, 2d Maryland, 1st and 14th Virginia infantry, and 100 of the Ringgold cavalry