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Xlviii. March, 1865 From the North. rumored defeat of Gen. Early. panic among officials. moving the archives. Lincoln's inaugural. victory in North Carolina. rumored treaty with France. Sheridan's movements. letter from Lord John Russell. Sherman's progress. desperate condition of the government. Disagreement. Between the President and Congress. Dev.elopment of Grant's combination. assault at Hare's Hill. departure of Mrs. President Davis. March 1 Cloudy, cold, and dismal. We have no news, except from the North, whence we learn Lieut. Beall, one of our Canada raiders, has been hung; that some little cotton and turpentine were burnt at Wilmington; and that the enemy's columns are approaching us from all directions. They say the rebellion will be crushed very soon, and really seem to have speedy and accurate information from Richmond not only of all movements of our army, but of the intentions of the government. They say Lynchburg and East Tennessee