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with an attempted raid to the rear of Petersburg, and got a whipping for the attempt. Free Gen. Lee's Army. The only intelligence received from Gen. Lee's army yesterday was the following disGen. Lee's army yesterday was the following dispatch from the correspondent of the Associated Press, which, by the cutting of the telegraph wives, had to come a very circuitous route. It will be seen that it is not later than Gen. Lee's last dispGen. Lee's last dispatch, and refers to the same fight alluded to in that: Battle Field, near Spotsylvania C. H.,via Louisa C. H., May 11. There was heavy cannonading all yesterday. About 12 o'clock, the enemy epute, in the Yankee army. Among his immediate classmates were Colonels John Pegram, George W Custis Lee, and John B. Vilieplgue, now well known in the Confederate service, and Major Greble, of the Ys, of whom Gardner and Headly Viears are the highest types in the English army, and of whom, with Lee and Jackson, and Folk and Pendiston, and Hill, and a host of other our own service furnish so ma
At late hour last night advices from the North--contained in the New York Herald of Monday, the 10th inst.--were received in this city. Grant (who seems to be a greater liar than Pops) claims to have won a victory in every fight. On the 9th he telegraphs to Secretary Staunton: "I have advanced my lines twelve miles--Lee is retiring on Richmond." The surrender of Gen. Steele, with 9,000 prisoners and all his artillery and wagons, is published and acknowledged. Banks has been removed from command in Louisiana, and General Canby put in his place. Grant's lying telegrams to Washington had caused gold in New York to fall from 180 to 171.
Funeral of Gen. Stuart. --The funeral of Major General J. R. B. Stuart, who died on Thursday night, from a wound received in the cavalry battle at Yellow Tavern on Wednesday evening, took place from St. James Episcopal Church last evening, at 5 o'clock. The funeral services were read by the paster of the Church, the Rev. Joshua Peterkin.--Generals Bragg, Winder, McCowan, Chilton, and Northrop, Mr. Geo. W. Randolph, Com. Forrest, and Capt. Lee, of the C. S. Navy, acted as pall bearers. The President, the principal civil officers of the Government, the members of both Houses of Congress, and a large number of citizens attended and followed the body to Hollywood Cemetery, the final resting place of this distinguished young officer.