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th, northwest, and northeast of Fairfax Court-House, as though in a position to march back through Thoroughfare Gap, or forward to the Potomac at Leesburg, with equal facility. The impression continues to prevail in military circles here that Lee is surely preparing to cross the Potomac above. It is not believed that he will gain anything by such an attempt, or that it is one to be dreaded. There has been no fighting whatever on the front in the last twenty-four hours. Last nighounded were stripped of their clothing, and happened to speak of it loud enough for a Confederate officer to hear. The latter exclaimed, "Shut up, you s — n of b — h, or we'll take you, clothing, and all. A rebel officer, once a merchant in Alexandria, said to Burnham. "Don't mind him, he is drunk; the dead were stripped in violation of Gen. Lee's orders, and he says that those who did it shall be shot." Burnham says he did not see a rebel cavalryman between Bull Run and the fortifications