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We have received New York papers of Wednesday, the 1st instant. Gold, 200 1-2. Army movements — Sherman and Schofield reported to have made a junction — Grant's left ready to move. The New York papers say that private letters received in that city announce, as probable, a union of Schofield's forces with Sherman on Monday, the 27th instant, at a "point not stated."--A Washington telegram to the New York Times says: In anticipation of a battle between Sherman and Johnston, of which we may receive intelligence at any moment, the War Department has dispatched a well-appointed corps of surgeons and nurses to Wilmington, from which point they will be sent forward to Sherman's army. They are amply provided with hospital stores and everything necessary to the care of the sick and wounded. The rumor that Schofield has formed a junction with Sherman is regarded here as altogether probable; but the Government is confident of General Sherman's ability, even without Sc