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Still later. We received yesterday New York papers of Thursday, and Baltimore papers of Friday last, which give later reports of war movements as reported at the North. From Gen. Banks' column. The latest accounts from Gen. Banks' column, through the Northern Associated Press, are dated Montgomery county, Maryland, Sept. 2d. The letter alleges that there are 7,000 Confederate troops at Leesburg; that the Confederates are throwing up entrenchments at the junction of the Little Falls road with the Alexandria turnpike, and that above Leesburg there are no large bodies of Southern troops, though their pickets line the river shore and guard the ford and ferry. An "eye witness" (Federal) states that the affair at Conrad's Ferry, a week previous to the 2d, was as follows: A party of Union scouts crossed the river, took two prisoners in arms, and four horses. Reaching the river, on their return, they succeeded in getting over two horses, when they were attacked and compe
Arrest of a Virginian — the Confederate force at Leesburg — Government contracts. Washington, Sept. 6. --B. F. Gallagher, the Paymaster of the Navy, and a native of Virginia, has been arrested. The Government is endeavoring to make contracts for procuring provisions, payable in Treasury notes. Late advices received here from Montgomery county, Maryland, state that there are 7,000 Confederate troops at Leesburg. Entrenchments are going on rapidly. The Confederate pickets line the shore of the river to guard the fords. The War Department has sent word to hold Fort Hatteras permanently. Brigadier General Burr, of California, has arrived, and will be assigned to a comman