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in Petersburg Friday and Saturday. A gentleman who left Petersburg yesterday morning reports everything quiet there. A renewal of the attack upon the city was apprehended by some, though nothing has up to this time developed itself. Other points of interest. Various rumors were in circulation yesterday relative to a demonstration against Lynchburg, and some croakers were quite positive in their assertions that the place had been captured. Crook and Averill were reported at Lovingston, on the Lynchburg branch of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, and about midway between Lynchburg and Charlottesville. Another rumor was that they had burnt an important bridge on that route, thus cutting off communication. The only reliable intelligence we have is that the enemy in heavy force, with cavalry, infantry and artillery, are advancing upon Lynchburg from the direction of Lexington, and at last accounts had reached a point in Amherst county, some eight or nine miles dista