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ht of the prisoners were sent to Richmond yesterday by the Central train The Republican also publishes the following extract from a letter dated Fairfax C. H. Tuesday, August 27: "The Home Guard returned late yesterday evening from Falls Church, and report the killing of six of the enemy's pickets. We lost none. The Home Guard say they killed two, and that two of our independent scouts killed four of the enemy. Our company (the Rifle Greys) are just about to start out on picket, and it is said we will go to Annandale this time. A Georgia regiment belonging to our brigade left here last night for Falls Church, with several pieces of artillery." Everything indicates the early occurrence of startling events upon the Potomac. If the enemy can be made to leave his strongholds and meet our troops in the open field, there will be a great and perhaps a decisive battle. Meanwhile we must wait with patience, trusting in the skill of our Generals, the valor of our troops,