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hin our limits. A Northern paper mentions, is a report, that Burnside, with twenty thousand men, has embarked at Fortress Monroe to go to Sherman's relief in Georgia. We do not credit the report. Grant has not twenty thousand men to spare. From Petersburg. Since last Thursday night the picket firing has been brisk on the Petersburg lines, and on Friday a heavy cannonade was kept up by the Yankees along the left and centre. During the cannonade on Friday morning, Brigadier-General Archibald Gracie, of Alabama, while inspecting the lines, was struck in the head by a bullet from a shrapnel shell and killed instantly. He fell near what is now known as the Crater, the pit caused by the explosion of Burnside's mine on the 30th of July last. The attack on Stony creek. The attack of the enemy on Stony creek, on last Thursday morning, though an unpleasant affair, turned out to be less serious than at first reported. We had some three hundred men behind earth-works at S