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llmore behind time — rebel, Battery at work. A correspondent of the Tribune, writing from Gen. Butler's headquarters, June 10th, gives the following account of Kantz attempt to surprise and capture Petersburg. It was written under Batlers supervision, and, of course, excuses him from all blame in the failure of the expedition.eir strength or weakness, Gen. Gilmore gave orders to retire to Baylor's Cross Roads to effect a junction — they were only 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 anGen. 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 movement in progress — an official Dispatch from Secretary Stanton. We find the following dispatch from Secretary Stanton in the Tribune, which gi