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y of the news they contain: The removal of Rosecrans — Government opinion of his cowardice — Meade to follow suit — Dahlgren reported removed. The most prominent item in the New York papers of Friday is the removal of General Rosecrans from tappahannock may be considered closed, at least till repairs to the railroad below Manassas have been completed. Admiral Dahlgren, in command of the fleet before Charleston, has also gone up. The New York World has a special dispatch from Washington stating that "Captain Thomas Turner has relieved Admiral Dahlgren." The movements of Meade's army. The Baltimore American, of Friday, has the following about the movements of Meade's army: Information from the army of the Potomac up From Charleston, on the 17th, it is reported that the new Yankee battery on James Island (?) is now forty feet high. Dahlgren had expressed his determination to try the iron-clads, and see if they would not "break up" the obstructions. Lieut<