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ignal with the hand; and for the warning, they say the Yankees had agreed to pay a small sum in gold. There is a road leading from Alexandria in the direction of Fairfax, called the "Anondale Road, " that intersects with the main turnpike, on which Falls Church is situated, along which our pickets have been posted to within five mroops have been sent to their assistance. The above skirmish and advance are perhaps the last of a small character that will be reported to the Dispatch from Fairfax, as I have assurances, positive as indications the most unmistakable can give, that our armies are on the eve of grand operations. Officers and men have been notified to remain in their camps : no more furloughs will be granted.--Regiments are being thrown forward, and the distance between the "Army of Fairfax" and the Potomac river is rapidly decreasing. The brigade of Gen. Longstreet is hourly expecting an order to march. The 1st Regiment of Virginia Volunteers moved forward last n