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nited States, and until such return to obedience shall be declared by proclamation of the President issued by virtue of an act of Congress hereafter to be passed authorizing the same. Terrible nature of the assaults on Petersburg — Value of Stanton's "official bulletins"--a Northern correspondent's view of the Situation. A Washington correspondent of the New York News furnishes to that paper the results of a conversation with several officers who were wounded in the recent assaults on ind, more so, indeed, that, the works on Missionary Ridge." He calls these works, too, "the principal line of the enemy's works" Now what will the intelligent people of the country think when they come to learn that the works thus described by Mr. Stanton constituted merely the outer line of the enemy's defences; that they were the weakest, and by far the weakest, of the works by which Petersburg is defended that "the principal line of the enemy's works" has not been even reached; and that all