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ul of its heavy damages. Whether General therefore, is to go into winter quarters to resume offensive operations on Rappahannock, or from some other base of operations, we cannot tell. It will su the present that he has received a that he must turn the rebel his front of abandon that line of march they are deliberating now in Washington upon next to do. The absence of any formi movement to General Burnside by of Suffolk and Petersburg or the James river has enabled the rebel Gen. Lee to con forces in front of Fredericksburg, and to delay another advance on our side perhaps for to come. view of the "situation"--Unmerciful of the "imbeciles" at Washington. We copy in full the New York World's editorial last, to which brief allusion has been in the telegraphic column: help us! There seems to be no help in The cause is perishing. Hope after hope has till now the only prospect is the very of despair. But how can we adjure Heaven for help? Was
s with an officer the blankets were gone. The witness of the prisoner testified that he had bought the blankets in a lot from another merchant, who was present, and when the young men came in and claimed the blankets were stolen auction where he met with in North Carolina farmer, to whom he sold the blankets, and further, when he delivered them, his clerk, who was present when the young men came in, was alone, and he knew nothing at all about it. The case was dismissed. Patrick and William Lee were charged with garroting and robbing Lazarus Lawan, who testified that he came to the city on Thursday night from the army, and, on looking about for some place to stay, went into a house near the Old Market. Here he met the prisoners, who, after a treat or so, invited him up the street. He had not gone more than ten steps with them before they threw him down and commenced searching him; but he managed to throw his pocket-book and money into an alley before they could get it. They to