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It is now definitely ascertained that Grant's entire forces have gone the south side of the dames, and his whole efforts are concentra with terrible slaughter. Rumor went so far as to assert also that Grant had sent a flag of truce to Gen. Beauregard, demanding a surrender of Petersburg, to which that officer declined to accede; that then Grant threatened to shell the city; to which Beauregard replied that nobody understood the rules of war better than General Grant, and that they required twenty-four hours notice, in order that the women and children might find a place of safety; and, finally, that if Grant undertook the shelling without such notice, he would execute a Yankee prisoner foes and walked off uninjured. The prisoners captured state that Grant recently made a speech to his troops, in which he told them that ift to such a conclusion, without the accomplishment of his purpose. Grant thought he had out generaled Lee, and would take up his position in
f the negro, it could not have done more to secure that end. Grant's "fine turning movements."--how he was to have Operated on McClellspondence of the New York papers, explaining the flank movements of Grant. An extract from a letter to the N. Y Times written on the Tuesdayustice to the generalship of our commander. It was not Lee but Grant that took the initiative. Lee would gladly have remained in his lichmond press treats it. The Washington Union, presuming that Mr. Grant would enter Richmond from the "old ground of McClellan," reached muddy and difficult to be forded. It will be necessary for General Grant to invest Richmond property, to occupy the very ground McClellaeyond Mechanicsville, and this cannot be done effectually until General Grant occupies the south branch of the Chickahominy, and then he can clearing, behind which is the swamp in front of Fair Oaks. When Gen Grant does this, he is in Gen McClellan's old position with a much larg