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any firing, beyond that of the pickets, who keep up a continual fire upon each other. The many rumors of a general fight which I see have gained credence in Richmond are entirely untrue. Nothing can be learned from the passengers on the Manassas train, for they report the most extravagant lies with great prodigality. They do not willfully intend to deceive, but, of course, circulate such stories as are told to them. I saw in the Dispatch, of yesterday, that the story of the taking of Hall's Hill was believed in Richmond. Not a word of it was true; nor have there been above eight or ten of our men anywhere in the vicinity. I warn you again to put little trust in the reports that are brought down by the daily train from Manassas. Our men hold Munson's and Mason's Hills, but have made no attempt to extend the line. The pickets are within shooting distance, and keep up a continuous fire upon each other. --Strange to say, none are killed on our side, and how many on the other