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11th inst. We are thus enabled to lay before our readers an exlcuded summary of news from the enemy's country: "the situation." In its daily notice of the situation of affairs, the New York Herald, of Monday, says: From Western Virginia the news is of an important character. General Rosencrans is reported as having crossed the mountain in full force, and the pickets had even been fired upon by the rebels at a distance of four miles from the main camp. This movement of General Rosencranz is one of great moment, and if the rebels will but stand fire, the intelligence of a battle of some consequence may be received very soon. General Fremont's proclamation caused at first some excitement among the members of the Cabinet, but has since been fully endorsed by them. It is expected that the document may have some effect upon the actions of Garibaldi relative to the present contest. Reports were prevalent in the Capital that the rebels had broken camp at Manassas a
The prisoners at Fort Lafayette--arrest — a Herald Canard. Washington, Sept. 12. --The Tribune says that of the 63 prisoners at Fort Lafayette, all but three are guilty of treason. Captain Dane, of the Pocahontas, has been arrested on a charge of maintaining treasonable correspondence with the enemy. The Herald says the Government has a dispatch from Rosencranz, in which he states that he drove Floyd to his earthworks, and will fight him again to-morrow.