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erkeley's Ford was in progress, and after it had terminated, heavy firing was heard on the left, or in the direction of Warrenton, supposed to proceed from some portion of our forces that had crossed higher up the stream. Passengers who arrivedevening, state that it was currently reported at Gordonsville yesterday morning that our forces had entered the town of Warrenton without firing a gun, and large quantities of commissary and other stores fell into their hands, which the hasty evacuareat of the enemy in the direction of Manassas, and that a large body of our infantry and artillery had moved down from Warrenton and taken position between the enemy and the point at which this bridge was destroyed. This statement, though not imprillery, dated "Camp on Rappahannock River. Aug. 24," which stated that an order had been received from Gen. Jackson at Warrenton, to hurry up the remainder of the army, and not to delay to prepare provisions, as enough had been captured at that poi