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reported uninjured. The late attempt to surprise Petersburg — its failure and the Cause Gen. Gillmore behind time — rebel, Battery at work. A correspondent of the Tribune, writing from Gen. n some little rest before starting at daylight. Gen. Hinks, with his troop, was to meet Gen. Gillmore at a point named on the City Point side. Gen. Hinks was ready at the appointed time. Gen. Gen. Gillmore was two hours and a half behind time. --The brigade under his command, on reaching the opposite side, presented a sorry aspect, covered with mud and water. As the roads were dry this was haly a mile apart — and to await news from Gen. Kantz. Now, it was distinctly understood that Gen. Gillmore was to attack, so as to divert attention from Gen. Kantz attack. The cavalry rode over the rifle pits and entrenchments of the enemy, but Gen. Gillmore suffered 3,500 men, all eager for a fight, to look at similar works, and then — fell back. News from Gen. Grant--an important moveme