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Our army on the Potomac.[correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Fairfax C. H., Tuesday, Aug. 27, 1861. During the late alarm, when Gen. Longstreet's Brigade marched in full force to Fall's Church to beat back the imaginary enemy, two batteries — the celebrated New Orleans and Leesburg Artillery--accompanied it. The latter, and less formidable of which, fired twenty shots and threw a number of shells at a private residence within two miles of Alexandria, in which a large body of Yanwith 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 miles of Alexandria. Recent successful skirmishes have so emboldened our men that on yesterday they attacked the enemy's scouts at a place called Mason's Heights, within two