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Seneca had a brush with the Secessionists, and that Captain Shreve, of the Virginia forces, and two of his men were killed. Major Everett drew the water out of the level of the canal in front of his position, and used the tow-path for a breastwork, which gave him a decided advantage of position, and the Secessionists were driven off. Movements Across the River. Many heavy guns and carriages are being rapidly placed in position at Arlington. Company B, United States Cavalry, Lieut. Tompkins, went near Fairfax Court-House on Saturday night, reconnoitering, but did not fall in with the Confederates, who are reported to be in large force there. Plot to Blow up the Long Bridge. Two Secessionists were arrested by members of the Third New Jersey Regiment on last Thursday night, at Hunter's Landing, near the Long Bridge. They had in their possession four kegs of powder, a bundle of fuses, and a package of matches. They had taken a boat, and were moving in the directio