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r the booming of big guns coming back on the air, as they harass the retreating enemy. The passengers by the Central train, yesterday, were familiar with no facts beyond what has already been laid before the public. As usual, they came freighted with reports collected at Gordonsville during the short stay of the train at that point. The real position of the two armies was not known, though it was stated that the enemy, when last heard from, were rapidly retreating in the direction of Occoquan, and our forces hotly pursuing. A large body of our army was at Fall's Church, whilst Stuart's cavalry was represented to have reached Alexandria. We have heard of several names among the wounded not heretofore published. Of these are Col. Lawson Botts, of the 2d Virginia regiment, wounded in the face, but not dangerously; Lieut. Col. Rowan and Maj. Nadenbousch, of the same regiment, the former slightly, and the latter severely; Colonel Grigsby, 27th Va., wounded; Major Terry 4th Va.