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Yankee news. --An abolition paper, published in Washington, N. C., called the New Era, in its issue of June 4th, entertains its readers to the following luscious spiremes of news: "By the same source, (a dispatch steamer which came through the from Norfolk,) we learn that General McDowell has got Stonewall Jackson completely hemmed in with his large force, thus cutting off all possible chance of escape. "It appears that there existed a preconcerted arrangement between Gen. Banks and Gen. McDowell for the capture of Stonewall and his entire force, which has been carried out to the letter, leaving the great Stonewall Jackson in McDowell's hands, with all of his effects, a victim of misplaced confidence. Too bad, too bad, for poor Stonewall, just in the zenith of his fame, thus headed off in his grand march to Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and all the other Northern cities, upon which he has promised to visit his vengeance. Alas! how uncertain are all human expectat