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From the North. From late Northern journals we take the following: "situation" of the Yankee army, as stated by themselves. Yesterday, we published a brief extract from a letter in the New York Tribune, dated Harrison's Landing July 2. The letter shows very clearly the "situation" of the Yankees after the fight, and we give fuller extracts from it: As we approached the wharf, I noticed the land to the left was a dead level, and was white with the covers of our baggage trains, ped its publication. In connection with the subject we copy the following from the Cincinnati Commercial, of Thursday: Democratic Meeting — Turn out, Everybody!--There will be a meeting of the Democracy of Circleville, on Wednesday evening July 2, at Wittich's Hall, to consider of the tyrannical kidnapping of our fellow-townsman, John W. Kees, by the emissaries of the Administration and of the dangers to our liberties threatened thereby! Let not our months be muzzled. Every one is i
Arrival of Union troops. --General Patrick's brigade arrived in the vicinity of Falmouth, Stafford county, opposite Fredericksburg, on the night of the 24th ultimo, after a long and tiresome chase in pursuit of General Jackson. It will be remembered that General Patrick was the first Military Governor of Fredericksburg, and that he and his command were, we believe, universally popular with the people of this community. We are pleased to hear of his return.-- Fredericksburg Banner, July 2.