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--Among the arrivals from Manassas last evening were Messrs. F. G. De Fontaine of the Charleston Courier, Harry Perry of the New Orleans Picayune, and Durand Da Ponte of the New Orleans Detta, who, for some time past, have been engaged in sketching the incidents in camp for the journals which they respectively represent. They report everything quiet in the vicinity of our army on the Potomac, and no visible signs of an advance by the enemy.

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