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From Petersburg.[from our own correspondent.] Petersburg, Va., June 20, 1864. The battles for the possession of Petersburg have been fought and won. Henceforth the engagements on this line will be for the capture of Richmond. That Grant has now no show of success it is scarcely necessary for me to say. The time of our peril has passed, and the hour for congratulation and felicitation now is. For three times within the last month, Petersburg has been almost, but not altogether, captured. The first peril came when the Beast landed at Bermuda Hundred, but the wily creole General, though with but a hand full, met his advancing columns, checked them, and finally penned him up in the Hundred.--Again, on the 9th of June, Kantz; with his raiders, dashed into our outer lines of works, and for awhile Petersburg was endangered, but her citizen militia, with Roman bravery and Spartian fortitude, resisted the onset of the foe, and finally he was beaten back. But the last and great