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The following specimen of news is from the Washington correspondent of the New York Herald, of August 7th: A gentleman who has been recently compelled to leave Vienna, states that the rebels have about ten thousand men at that point and Fall's Church, and that they are menacing an attack upon Alexandria. He says that he has mingled freely among their troops, and confirms the statement that they had over one hundred thousand at Bull Run and Manassas on the 21st ult. The estimate made nt is twenty-seven hundred, exclusive of wounded. They admit that the slaughter on their side was double what it was on ours. He reports that the wives of rebel soldiers state that their husbands are engaged in mining the road between. Fall's Church and Fairfax Court-House, and that they intend to connect the mines with small vials, filled with explosive material, and that their main batteries in the direction of Manassas Junction have not yet been discovered by our troops. From ano