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The War. There was a general failure of the mails on Friday and Saturday, and we consequently received but few of our Southern exchanges. From the means at hand, we compile the following summary, which will be found interesting: The gunboat fight at Drury's Bluff. The Petersburg Express, of Friday, has some further particular of the fight at Drury's Bluff, which we copy: The fight at Fort Drury yesterday on James river, (Chesterfield side) was quite an exciting affair, and we have good grounds for believing resulted in a decided repulse to the Lincoln gunboats. A gentleman who was present in forms us that the approach of the Federals was first discovered by our pickets about daylight. The fighting was commenced at half-past 7, and continued without intermission until eleven, when the gunboats, entirely satisfied retired rapidly down the river. The Galena, an iron clad, but not so formidable as the Monitor, was the only vessel engaged, although the Monitor and three