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Later from the North. Northern dates as late as June 1st, are received. The New York Times, of that date, has an elaborate and ably prepared editorial on the condition of affairs, in which Butler is severely berated, and his whole campaign pronounced a disgraceful failure. The Times asserts that Petersburg could have been easily captured had Butler made the slightest effort upon first landing at Bermuda Hundred; and states that the occupation of Petersburg would have afforded a base of operations which could not have failed to realize the happiest results. It admits a signal detest at Drewry's Bluff, and attributes the failure entirely to the mismanagement of the commanding General. It says the Federal troops were very badly handled; that they were brought up in detail, and so whipped, while the rebels were skillfully and splendidly managed — The dissatisfaction of the subordinate Generals in candidly avowed, and the removal of Butler very plainly intimated. The Times adds