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to have been a failure, and old Butler is in a worse humor than when he run against Magruder at Bethel. The following telegrams tell the tale: Washington, Feb. 10.--The civilians and political critics of the army are indignant that the late dash in the direction of Richmond should be attended with such signal failure. Theieport to morrow that somebody has blundered, so that the shortcomings of the military officials may be ventilated and another sacrifice be made. Washington, Feb. 10.--Rumors prevail of the arrest of prominent officers who had the late raid on Richmond in charge. Fortress Monroe,Feb. 10.--The following special order is puFeb. 10.--The following special order is published by order of the commanding General: W. W. Shore, being by his own confession the correspondent of the New York Daily World and Daily Times, the articles and letters from which papers are copied with approbation into many of the rebel papers to the injury of the Government and the cause of the country, is ordered to le