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The situation of affairs on the south side of James river is unchanged. The Yankees still occupy their entrenchments, extending across the country from the James to the Appomattox river, in the neighborhood of Bermuda Hundreds, and nothing of importance has occurred since the battle of Monday last. Here they will doubtless be held in check until such time as they shall decide upon some other plan of operations against Richmond. Their boasted siege and occupation of Petersburg has not
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The only difference is that the plans of the first named doughty General have been discomfited much more speedily than were those of the latter.
Although the public desire for news from the other side of James river is intense, it is a matter of much difficulty to obtain any definite accounts from that quarter, notwithstanding its proximity to the capital.--We know that the Yankees, under a pressure of adverse circumstances, have abandoned the line of the