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ays, his campaign will be noted a failure, even in the North.
We learn to-day that gold is now at $2.15 in the North.
The raiders are beginning to pay the penalty of their temerity; besides Hampton's fight with them, on this side the James River, we learn that W. H. F. Lee has struck them a blow on the south side.
Bright and cool — a little rain last night.
The Departmental Battalion is still kept out. They have built a line of fortifications four miles long — to Deep Bottom from near Chaffin's Farm.
The Secretary of War intimates that these clerks are kept out by Gen. R. E. Lee.
The superintendent of the Central Railroad informed the Secretary of War to-day that the road would be reopened to Staunton on Thursday (day after to-morrow), such is the slight damage done by the enemy.
He asks that the bridge near Hanover Junction be defended, that being the only part of the road that can be much injured by a small raiding party.
And he don't want the papers