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magnified this affair into a direct attack upon Petersburg, the capture of the second line of fortifications, and gave a high coloring to the picture generally; but rumor in this instance was decidedly at fault. We may receive further information by telegraph before the hour of going to press. It is stated that the enemy's transports, numbering ten or twelve, ascended James river on Tuesday, and landed troops at Bermuda Hundred. If this be so, the troops were probably a portion of Baldy Smith's force, shipped from the White House back to Butler. Affairs around Lynchburg. The only information received yesterday from this quarter was a report that the enemy had burnt the Court-House of Campbell county, which is confirmed by the letter which we give below: [from our own correspondent.] Concord Depot, June 14--2 P. M. I left Lynchburg this morning at 9 o'clock, and reached this place, which is on the Southside Railroad, thirteen miles from Lynchburg, at noon.