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--The enemy advanced their lines several miles last night, driving our pickets before them. They burned the railroad bridge at Fairfax Station, and took Falls Church, which they hold with cavalry and infantry this morning. It is reported by contrabands that they completed their work of destruction of everything at Manassas yesterday. Stonewall Jackson is in command, according to the most trustworthy accounts, and an escaped prisoner reports that that General slept at Falls Church last night. Nearly all the Quartermasters and Commissaries of McClellan's army are in Alexandria this morning, thus leaving that portion of the army of the Pia creek being taken, will be to fight a way up the Rappahannock with gunboats, and join him from Fredericksburg. We had 1,200 to 1800 sick and wounded at Falls Church, and if the enemy occupies the place permanently, these will become prisoners. We sent out a train yesterday toward Manassas for our wounded, (the third e