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From Northern Virginia. There was an alarm at Winchester on Sunday last, caused by the report that a body of Federal cavalry, numbering some three thousand, supported by infantry, were at Bucker Hill, and moving on that town. The citizens, as is usual on such occasions, commenced preparations to leave, and many of them did evacuate the place; but on Monday morning the report was ascertained to be without foundation, and everything quieted down. The enemy made a dash into Martinsburg on Saturday evening last, and captured one wounded Confederate soldier. On Sunday they made an advance in considerable force on Gen. A. P. Hill's division from the direction of Charlestown, shelling the woods on each side as they advanced, but their fire was not responded to by our troops. They did not approach nearer than five miles of our forces. On Saturday last eleven members of White's cavalry, of Loudoun county, captured one hundred and thirty stragglers of the enemy's forces at Sh