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The news. The Richmond and Petersburg lines. There was some movement of the enemy on the north side yesterday, and our pickets in the neighborhood of White Oak swamp were driven in; but being reinforced, they soon drove the enemy back. The rest of the day passed off quietly. Everything remains quiet in the neighborhood of Petersburg. We are looking daily to hear of Sheridan moving from Hatcher's run towards the Southside railroad. Advices from City Point represent a vast deal of shipping in the river, with gunboats, iron clads and ships-of-war. The village has been enlarged to a respectable town, abundantly supplied with machine shops, saw-mills, business houses, etc. The wharves are very extensive and the place, in all respects, is so charged as to render it scarcely recognizable by those most familiar with the locality. From North Carolina. Intelligence is said to have been received here that, on the 16th, four divisions of Sherman's army attacked Harde