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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 traMeade'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 experiment of crossing was made for, it was rather costly. We find a list of 115 men wounded, including Col. Lockwood, of the 7th Virginia, and several field officers. The following dispatches give what particulars are published: The advance of the late crossing at Morton's Ford was made by 100 men of the 126th New York volunteers, under Lieut. Col. Baird, and the 39th New York (Garibaldi Guard.) Gen. Hays, division commander, forded the rive