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Winchester Virginian, of the 28th ult., says: ‘ If there be those who desire information as to the whereabouts of Gen. Johnson's army, we will inform them that it is all about in spots — just where it ought to be. It is certainly not at Harper's Ferry — nor can we say it is at Winchester — although we saw one or two regiments pass through town yesterday. For further information, inquire of Abe Lincoln. ’ The same paper says: ‘ Some of our friends express fears that Lincoln's troops will take possession of Harper's Ferry. For one, we say, let them come and take it. They may now station there fifty thousand troops, for all we care. ’
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