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Later from the North. We have received Northern papers of the 5th inst. Two reports, one from Pope's headquarters and one from Washington, say that Richmond is evacuated. One says, on account of a pestilence, which has broken out, and the othe
rrested in Alexandria last night, and have been brought hither.
Several citizens of Fairfax county, arrested under Gen. Pope's orders, and taken to Springfield station, have been released.
Considerable excitement exists in Alexandria and vicin nd military circles in Washington, as well as by the hesitation of the rebels, their fear of attacking either McClellan or Pope, and in their hurrying troops from the Gulf States to Richmond.
The quiet but effective system inaugurated by Halleck, and carried into operation by McClellan and Pope, with the assistance of the fames river fleet, may well allay all fears of any disasters in Virginia, and will soon put an end to the work of the panic makers here and elsewhere.
We are assured that the
Later from the North. We have received Northern papers of the 5th inst. Two reports, one from Pope's headquarters and one from Washington, say that Richmond is evacuated. One says, on account of a pestilence, which has broken out, and the other, that the troops have been sent to the Southside. A large war meeting was held in New York on Monday night, which was addressed by Gen. Sickles. Only four men volunteered, and the gallant General, according to the New York papers, "embraced them as they stepped on the platform." The steamer George Weems, on her trip from Baltimore to St. Mary's county, Md., on the 3d, was stopped at Fort McHenry, and searched. Some contraband goods and 102 letters, unstamped, being found on her, all the passengers were taken to the guard-house. The steamer Mary Washington, of the same line, was boarded and 165 unstamped letters found on her.--Her passengers were also arrested. Among the passengers arrested on her were Lewis Wagner of Richmond, James