Oh the line of operations between this and Washington; nothing is going on of which we are advised.
There can be no doubt that our army on the Rappahannock is the most vigorous preparations for the advance of the enemy, should be dare attempt one, which is not at all probable wait our force is being made affective and our troops there are in course of preparation for the grand struggle which must are commence earnestly in some quarter.
Reports from the Valley represent the enemy as advancing upon Gen. Jackson with a and it is expected that another conflict will at Mount Jackson, in Shenandoah county, within the next for days.
We have every confidence in the commander of the gallant "Stonewall" brigade , and feel perfectly sure that when the fight does occur it will be one over which the Yankees will have no cause to boast.
From the Peninsula we have nothing — Even rumors with regard to matters there have ceased to circulate, and an ominous alliance prevails.