nts are perfecting under the direction of officers of high standing here, to convey a full supply of stores to Gen. McClellan's army, but by what means I am not at liberty to publish.
A single sutler in the vicinity of White House had property to the amount of $10,000 destroyed on Saturday.
The following is from the New York Tribune:
Fortress Monroe, Monday, June 30. --During last night a large number of steamers, tow-boats, and sail craft, arrived from York river.
An immense fleet is still behind — in all not less than 500 sail.
There was a prize for which the rebels struck at the White House, and which eluded them completely.
Probably not to exceed $100,000 worth of property was destroyed to prevent its falling into the enemy's hands, consisting of whiskey, pork, corn, locomotives, and a small number of arms.
Quartermaster Ingalls, who arrived at 5 P. M. yesterday, left during the night to go up the James river.
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