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ederal troops on the Virginia side since yesterday. The rebel pickets still occupy the lower end of Falls Church, on the line of the railroad. The troops of neither army are in possession of Lewinsville. Our pickets extend only to Langley from the Chain Bridge. Langley and Lewinsville are three miles apart. A reconnaissance was made to-day by the Mozart regiment to Pohick Church and the vicinity, about 12 miles from Alexandria, to the left of Springfield station. They founLangley and Lewinsville are three miles apart. A reconnaissance was made to-day by the Mozart regiment to Pohick Church and the vicinity, about 12 miles from Alexandria, to the left of Springfield station. They found the rebel encampments entirely deserted, and nothing indicating their presence in that neighborhood. A contraband came into our lines this morning, near Falls Church, and was taken to the headquarters of Gen. McDowell, at Upton's hill. He stated that he was the servant of the Surgeon of the 15th Georgia regiment, which was encamped, together with two other regiments, four miles from Falls Church, on the road leading to Fairfax Court-House. He also said there are no rebel troops there e