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The War news. For the first time in several days the shelling of Dutch gap by our batteries was audible in the city. With the exception of this shelling, there was quiet on all the lines below Richmond and about Petersburg. Even if Grant proposes to do anything more this winter, he will hardly move before the return to camp of the troops sent North to overawe the Democrats and furloughed to go home to vote. These may all get back by the latter part of this week. At Petersburg, nothing has occurred for several days worth mentioning. Among the citizens of Prince George held as prisoners at City Point is Dr. Peter Eppes, who was arrested on the charge of having given General Hampton the information upon which that general captured Grant's drove of beeves last summer. From the Valley. So far as the movement of troops in the Valley is concerned, all is again quiet save the steady advance of our picket lines. On Tuesday week, the 8th instant, a number of the