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The War news. Since the failure of Warren's expedition against Weldon, and his return, discomfited, to Grant's lines, quiet has prevailed in the Army of the Potomac. The serious character of this failure, and the great disappointment it has ca
ipped to City Point, and thence disposed in the Army of the Potomac.--These expensive movements having been accomplished, Warren was started on his important errand with the numbers and all the perfect equipments considered necessary to ensure succes g dispatch, received yesterday, it will be seen that the Yankee forces in North Carolina were prepared to co-operate with Warren's column:
"Headquarters, December 13, 1864. "Hon. J. A. Seddon:
"While General Warren was before Bellfield, General Warren was before Bellfield, the enemy moved up the Roanoke against Fort Branch, and from Newbern against Kinston.
Both parties retired before the forces sent against them.
All is quiet in that district. "[Signed] R. E. Lee."
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