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pondent says that the report of the burning of the Court-House of Campbell county was incorrect.--No property was injured at that place. When the train left Danville yesterday morning, some apprehension existed in consequence of a report that the enemy were advancing upon that place in heavy force, and had crossed the Stauntoupon that place in heavy force, and had crossed the Staunton river at Pannid's bridge, about forty five miles from Danville, on the route to Lynchburg. An intelligent citizen of Danville, who arrived here last evening, believes the report to have been without foundation. Telegraphic communication was uninterrupted last night. upon that place in heavy force, and had crossed the Staunton river at Pannid's bridge, about forty five miles from Danville, on the route to Lynchburg. An intelligent citizen of Danville, who arrived here last evening, believes the report to have been without foundation. Telegraphic communication was uninterrupted last night.