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he Chickahominy river, where it was supposed the enemy would make a stand, was passed by our forces without molestation.--The enemy were evidently afraid of a flank movement. Whiskey rations are now served out to the soldiers morning and evening, to counteract the influences of the malaria. Foreign news. The European news by the Kangaroo and Hibernian, telegraphed from Cape Race, is dated to the 16th of May--five days later than our advices by the Scouts. The Canada, at Queenstown and Liverpool; had reported the New Orleans by the Union army, and, her news being subsequently confirmed, the event was very widely commented on by the London journals. The fact produced no influence on the Liverpool cotton market at first, but American descriptions of the staple experienced a decline at the latest date of the Kangaroo. It is acknowledged by the London Times that the taking of New Orleans is a great triumph for the North. That paper says that the United States Min