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s on the north side yesterday that the enemy were preparing for the attack which it is pretty generally agreed he is soon to make. Yankee troops, reported by deserters to be Sheridan's, were being massed on the lines between Fort Harrison and James river. If Butler's canal is completed, or anything near it, this will be one of the points of assault; but if, as we believe, the canal will not for months, if ever, be in a condition to admit the passage of the Yankee fleet, Grant must repeat his in the Valley. Sheridan's men will here, however, encounter an army of veterans, who have grown old in meeting and defeating flank movements; who, indeed, have done little else since Grant crossed the Rapidan last May. The lines south of James river and between the Howlett battery and the Appomattox, in front of Bermuda Hundred, was on Thursday night the scene of a successful raid upon the Yankee picket line, which was as handsome an affair as has occurred since Mahone swept the Yankee pi