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The Daily Dispatch: October 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Wealth, pauperism, and crime in the North (search)
rough scouting in front of our lines over the river developed the fact that Beauregard has withdrawn all his camps as far back as Fairfax Court-House, which is now his extreme front. That is to say, those that were not long since at Vienna and Flint Hill. Gen. Wadsworth, in the evening, escorted by a company of cavalry and one of infantry, after receiving the reports of his scouts, proceeded to within a mile of Fairfax Court-House. From his position there he saw three or four regiments of, their last concentration being south and west of that point to meet the posisble result of their river-blockading game. That is from the Court-House to Evansport and Aquia Creek, with but little more than a guard from the Court-House through Flint Hill, Vienna, and Leesburg, to the Potomac near the Point of Rocks. Destroying the Roads again. Scouting between Fairfax Court-House and Vienna yesterday disclosed the fact that Beauregard has again broken up the roads between those points,