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Confederate position be in our possession, we look down upon Richmond, to be sure, but between that gaol and our stand-point, we see — what?--a series of entrenchments and forts, built by skillful engineers, planned by traitors whose wits are sharpened by a long course of intrigue and treason, and manned by a foe goaded on by desperation.
This is the prospect before us.
Washington news. Washington, June 19.
--The Post-Office Department re-opened to-day the post-office at Beaufort, N. C., being the first post-office regularly established since the occupation of that place by the U. S. forces.
Surgeon-General Hammond has, within the past few days, provided 16,000 beds for the sick and wounded in the hospitals here and in the Northern cities.
The English papers by the last steamer assert that the Circassian, which was condemned for attempting to run the blockade, could not have entered our Southern ports on account of her great draught of water.
But it is known