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We give some additional intelligence from the latest Northern files received. The gold question is rapidly getting beyond Secretary Chase's power of control. On Tuesday last, the 9th inst., it was quoted at 159½@159½ and Exchange at 174½. The Herald, commenting on the rates, makes the following statement of one of the desperate moves to get the quotations down: The stock gamblers' extra, which purported to have been issued from this office, containing a dispatch from Gen. Banks, announcing the taking of Mobile, had an effect on the price of gold this morning to the extent of one per cent; but the swindle soon became known, and the opening rates were re-established. Meade's movement at the Rapidan. Meade's movement across the Rapidan is not fully explained in the Northern papers, though the fact is exposed that the army had three day's rations cooked and in their haversacks, and was "unencumbered with other trains than ambulance and pontoons" Whatever the experi
New Market, Feb. 15. --Northern papers received confirm the disbanding of Wilcon's six months corps. It re-enlisted under the offer of sixty days furlough and $475 bounty. Restrictions on trade in Missouri and Kentucky have been removed by Chase. Some slight skirmishing occurred yesterday beyond the Holston river. Lieut.--Col. Witcher Jones's brigade captured twenty-one wagons and teams on the 12th inst.; also, one officer and nine men.