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after employed. Of news, properly so called, there is very little to record, and that little is of the cloudiest and most unsatisfactory kind. A portion of Burnside's command is reported, on doubtful authority, to have reached Fortress Monroe on its way to reinforce McClellan. Additional troops from other quarters are ament the necessity of taking some steps that might tend to put a speedy end to the war. Late and important.[from the New York times, July 9. Arrival of Gen. Burnside at Fortress Monroe.--Reinforcements for General McClellan--Confederate Battlefield, Erected on James River.--The Transport Untain Fired Into--Stonewall Jacksonndent of the Times who arrived in this city late last night, from Gen. McClellan's headquarters on Monday morning, brings several important items of news. Gen. Burnside has arrived at Fortress Monroe, on his way to Gen. McClellan's headquarters. On last Tuesday his troops were embraced aboard of transports and ready to co-ope
e in which they were handled by their able Generals. The movements of Gen. Burnside. The New York Herald, of the 9th noticing Gen. Burnside, who is now shelGen. Burnside, who is now shelling some little towns in North Carolina says: With regard to the movements of Gen. Burnside, which were somewhat mysterious heretofore, we learn that two diviGen. Burnside, which were somewhat mysterious heretofore, we learn that two divisions of his army were on shipboard and had actually started to join Gen. McClellan's army ten days ago. The expedition it appears, was hearing Hatteras when a boat from Roanoke Island, with dispatches for Gen. Burnside, containing the intelligence that Gen. McClellan's army was in Richmond, intercepted the fleet Upon this inforory, and matters were arranged accordingly. Had the first story proved true. Burnside's army would no doubt, have marched inland to prevent the retreat of the rebelay ask, who is responsible for sending this false report? The flag boat of Gen. Burnside, however, which is no doubt, but a short way in advance of his fleet and ar