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Latest from the North. We are indebted to the courtesy of Captain Philip Cashmeyer for a copy of the New York Herald of Thursday last, the 27th inst. The Herald, in an editorial, sees no indications in the European news of intervention, as it thinks it improvable that the three powers will agree. It relies on the known sympathy of Russia for the United States to prevent it. From the army of the Potomac--Burnside Visits Aquia Creek — the impudence of the rebels. A dispatch from Fairmont, Va., dated the 26th, says that on that day Burnside visited. Aquia Creek, It adds: Five of the enemy's batteries, commanding the river, are distinctly visible Besides these there are a number of rifled cannon planted upon an eminence, evidently with a view of shelling our camps Many of the rebel encampments can be distinctly seen by us. The rebels lounge about the streets of Fredericksburg in great numbers watching our operations; but, almost of our camps have been removed out