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s Bayon Metallic bridge, killing and wounding about one hundred and capturing two hundred. Our loss was thirty.--The rebels burned the bridge after crossing. Gen. Steele was at Duval's Bluff on the 31st ult. Relative to movements in Gen. Meade's department, the Herald says: The intelligence from the army of General Meade is not indicative of any immediate movement. Information comes from deserters that Gen. Lee's army is scattered over a wide extent of country — from the Blue General Meade is not indicative of any immediate movement. Information comes from deserters that Gen. Lee's army is scattered over a wide extent of country — from the Blue Ridge to the Rappahannock. Between this and the Rapidan rivers only a few pickets are posted. It is pretty well ascertained that no important force of Lee's army has crossed the Rappahannock. The news from Tennessee is not news to the Confederates. Gen. Burnside entered Knoxville on the 4th inst. There is very little intelligence from Rosecrans. A telegram from Bridgeport, dated the 3d, says: All quiet to-day in front. Forty or fifty deserters and refugees come in daily since t