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taken of Butler's absence, His "success" on the 27th ultimo may have been discovered by Lincoln to be of such a questionable kind that he wants no more of them. Burnside made the fight of the mine of Petersburg last summer. The result of that famous affair was not satisfactory to Mr. Lincoln, and Burnside was quietly withdrawn fBurnside was quietly withdrawn from the Army of the Potomac. There is a possibility that Butler has met with similar treatment. Certainly he failed worse in his undertaking than Burnside in his. The latter blew up some of our men and took some prisoners. Butler lost from fifteen hundred to two thousand of his troops, white and black, and inflicted no injury uBurnside in his. The latter blew up some of our men and took some prisoners. Butler lost from fifteen hundred to two thousand of his troops, white and black, and inflicted no injury upon us worth mentioning. To return to Grant. Whatever be the cause, we have to report him all quiet on yesterday. From Petersburg. Rumors were afloat yesterday morning that fighting had commenced on the Petersburg lines, but evening failed to bring anything entirely confirmatory of the matter. Yet it is pretty well