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s reinforced during Tuesday night by two brigades from Lee's army, it was thought, but this seems to be very improbable, unless Lee should really be retreating from his present position. The James river has been obstructed by our forces by sinking a number of schooners and barged forces near Turkey Band. This effectually blockades the rebel from Our whole force moved at four o'clock A. M. to day and probably are engaging the enemy at this time. Stanton, is a dispatch to Maj Gen Dix, at New York, says: A dispatch has been received from Gen Butler, dated, "in the field near Chester Station, Va, May 12th, 8.30 P. M." It states that he is now pressing the enemy ness Fort Darling, and has before him all the troop from North Carolina. Beauregard's courier, captured this morning, going to Gen Hope, commanding Drewry's Bluff, had a dispatch stating that "Gen Beauregard would join him as soon as the troops were up." Maj Gen Gillmore holds the entrenchments, w