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nteers, I left two companies, company J and K, an aggregate of 135 men, at the crossing of the road. Sent Lieut.-Col. Parrot with two companies of 117 men, to Falls Church, and to patrol the roads in that direction. I stationed two companies, D and F, comprising 135 men, to guard the railroad and bridge between the crossing and ment left Alexandria upon the expedition, which was designed to leave a strong guard upon the railroad all the way to Vienna. By the time the train arrived at Fall's Church, all but three companies had been so posted; those three being all that were fired on by the battery. A message was sent by the locomotive back for the companirfax Court-House report that they met the New York Sixty-Ninth Regiment and other troops in the neighborhood of Ball's Cross Roads, moving in the direction of Falls Church. They had a field-piece with them, and skirmishers out scouring the country, evidently taking precaution not to be caught in ambush. Quite an excitement