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tion of the Rapidan is most complete, and has been very rapidly made. A letter from "Headquarters of the Army of the Potomac," dated the 11th, says: For two or three days past the enemy have been concentrating a large force around Madison C. H., and Friday night and Saturday morning they moved out of town in a northwardly direction. A division of infantry, a large body of cavalry, and considerable artillery, were occasionally seen by our signal men through the openings in the forespurpose of cutting off our railroad communication. Measures are progressing to give him a fitting reception in that quarter. We are also prepared for an attack on our front. The advance of Hill's corps probably commenced moving from Madison Court House Thursday morning. The "rebel" raids are getting very bold. A Washington dispatch, of Sunday, says: Last night a party of mounted guerillas moved to various locations on the Southern side of the Potomac, including Baily's Cross