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a copy of the New York Tribune of Saturday, the 7th instant. Gold was quoted at 227 3-4. Summary of the News. The Tribune gives the following in its summary of the news: The guerrillas who infest the banks of the river Potomac have become very troublesome of late, and hardly a night passes without their firing upon our pickets or making an attempt to cross the river. On Wednesday night, a party of rebels, numbering fifteen, crossed the Potomac on a raft, in the vicinity of Poolesville. They managed to get some eight miles from the river before they were discovered. They were pursued, overhauled, and ten of them taken prisoners. The steamer California, from Hilton Head, arrived at Fortress Monroe yesterday, with Colonel Ewing bearer of dispatches from General Sherman. The army was resting and preparing for an other great campaign. Kilpatrick was actively watching Hardee's movements. A notorious guerrilla captain, named White, was killed recently at Sharps