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Dispatches state that Gen Butler is still holding the line of railroad between Petersburg and Richmond, preventing Beauregard from reinforcing Lee. The Star publishes an extra saying: There is no foundation for the report that the rebele trains both from Petersburg and Richmond, which prisoners told us brought down reinforcements.--They also said that Gen Beauregard had come up from Charleston with troops some days since, and was then commanding the forces in front. While the leftesence of the Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War and Senate Military Committee. He states that on Saturday last Beauregard, with 7,000 men, made a surprise attack upon Gen Butler, about ten miles from Richmond. So sudden and unexpected was t were most signally defeated. The bearer of dispatches gives it as his opinion that Gen Butler, having already cut off Beauregard, will be in Richmond at an early day, and before either Lee or Grant can reach there. A proclamation from Lincoln