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Lates Fale Embode.by the "City of Baltimore." the War in America.British Opinion of the campaign on the Peninsula. &c., &c., &c., &c. The London Journals indulge in a variety of comments upon the struggle before Richmond on the first of May and the 1st of June some as a Federal victory, others as a drawn battles, with others again as a success for the Confederates. The London Times, in its consumption, then it must be very hard for a Confederates-General to win in the Northern States. In memories of the first day's fight, the Confederate and half a mile of the Federal battle field nineteen guns, and all the baggage, and yesterday lost the victory. There Federal General's dispatch, army in the Federal newspapers, all agree, that the second day's fight was a hard struggle, but result in much less circumstantially stated in their general officer's report. The London Times thinks it ... day drawn battle. The fight as the .... brought about the of troops had been t