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Further from the North. withdrawal of Federal troops from Malvern Hill — the murder of Gen. McCook--effect of the New orders relative to drafting — the Confederate steam ram Fingal, &c. The news which we obtain from Northern papers to the 9th inst., will be found interesting.--The late action of the Federal Adminis
emain at home till the draft is filled.
From McClellan's army we have little of interest.
The latest dispatches represent his forces as having withdrawn from Malvern Hill.
From the New York Herald's army correspondence we have the following, under date of "Harrison's Landing, August 7 P. M.:"
The force under General Hooker, which went to Malvern Hill yesterday morning for a reconnaissance and a fight, has just returned to camp in good health and fine spirits.
They got no sleep to speak of last night, as the preparations for the march homeward commenced about the time when the soldiers had laid down to rest.
General Hooker had made preparations f