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y. The Yankees have been foraging extensively near Annandale, but have not ventured far beyond their lines. It is to be hoped that the industry and energy displayed by Gen. Stuart in this particular, will be imitated by the commanders in the army. It is not only so much saved for the use of our army, but so much taken from the enemy, for they scour the country as fast as they can transport the forage to the rear. Deserters come in daily from the Lincoln army. A day or two ago a German Lieutenant rode into our lines in a state of decided inebriation. He had a fine horse and a new saddle, such as is used by the Yankee cavalry, the peculiarity of which consists in its having straps on each side to fasten a man on. These straps are buckled over each by binding the soldier securely to his horse. A good idea, perhaps, for Northern cavalry, but I should like to see the Southern boy who would consent to be tied to his horse to prevent his falling off. The saddle was presented to Gen