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r Northern files items and articles of interest. The following on "the situation" is from the Herald, of the 8th: The position of the rebel army in front of Washington since the sudden retirement of their advanced posts at Manson's hill, Falls Church and other points, has been satisfactorily ascertained. Manassas now forms the base of their operations, their lines extending from Occoquan creek, through Fairfax Court-House, to Leesburg. No large body of their forces have been sent to the hich commanded Bailey's Cross Roads and Arlington Heights. This time, however, McClellan was prepared to avail himself of their withdrawal, and he has consequently followed, them up, and now occupies the recent position of the enemy as far as Falls Church. This is a curious coincidence. Nor is it less remarkable that as far back as June and July, before the advance of McDowell on Bull Run, the rebels made the same show of advancing towards the banks of the Upper Potomac that they have been ma