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-hardy one, and none but a drunken man could have accomplished it. Yesterday there was a general review of Gen. G. W. Smith's division of the army, near Centreville. It exceeded, in splendor, any review that has yet taken place. All the Generals in the army of the Potomac were present, I believe, for the first time. The division is in a complete and satisfactory condition, and everybody was well pleased with the occasion. Bohemian. Army of the Potomac, Outpost near Fairfax, Dec. 6th. The weather during this week has been very fine, and the roads are in good condition for any movements. There has been no advance of the enemy in any direction, nor are there any indications going to show that one is contemplated. Undoubtedly the "Grand Army" is awaiting some action of Congress, or the result of the Cabinet quarrels in regard to the prosecution of the war. On Wednesday night an unfortunate affair occurred near Acco nck, some five or six miles below Fairfax Sta