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order on the 26th ult., that the army of the Tennessee would rest, and every advantage, during the cessation of hostilities, was recommended to be taken to ascertain the position of the rebels, so that when battle again commenced his forces would have gained, as far as possible, the information so desirable to success.
General Grant will make no further attack, at least at present, or rather direct assault, on the enemy's works all along the line.
Advices have been received in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, to the effect that Major-General Frank J. Herron has left St. Louis for below with a large force of troops.
He left St. Louis with his full Staff on Thursday evening last.
The attack on Charleston — official Inquiry.
In the Court of Inquiry to-day, in the case of Engineer Stimers's charge preferred against Admiral Dupont, C. C. Fulton, of the Baltimore American, was the principal witness.--He testified that Mr. Stimers informed him he visited all the Monitors on the morn