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tone (Lincolnite) is 1,998 ahead of his Democratic competitor. Stone's majority in the State will be from 12,000 to 15,000. The fight at Bristol Station. The Yankees claim a decided victory at Bristol Station, Va., on Thursday last. Meade telegraphs to his friends at Washington that he captured five pieces of artillery, two stand of colors, and 450 prisoners. Miscellaneous. One thousand men from the convalescent camp at Washington were detailed on the 15th to throw up fort camp at Washington were detailed on the 15th to throw up fortifications south of the Potomac. Major-Gen. Anger is temporarily in command of the troops around Washington, Gen, Heintzelman being sick. The Yankee journals say Gen. Meade has arrived at Manassas, where he will give the rebels all they desire if they give him a chance. Here, they say, he can be reinforced from Washington with 30,000 men if necessary. Affairs in Rosecrans's army are reported to be without interest.
From Northern Virginia. --The advices yesterday developed nothing new in the condition of affairs in Northern Virginia. Since the great chase given the army of Meade, our forces have been quietly resting in their camps, waiting for the enemy to make the next demonstration.
ater. We make the following extracts from them: The retreat of Meade — his army in a safe position. A dispatch from Washington, the drawn from the vicinity of Richmond and from North Carolina. Gen. Meade is in position at Centreville, ready to meet any attack by Lee. GGeneral Meade's headquarters last night were at Centreville. All our trains safe. It is ascertained Lee has only five days provisions with hing to the reports of passengers from the army, information came to Meade's headquarters that a corps of the rebel army, supposed to be A. P.rincipally for position, and the report is that in every instance Gen. Meade has succeeded in getting the advantage. The hundred and ninetfe position, and prepared to repel any attack. The following is Meade's "congratulatory order" to his troops: General Order:--The 2d corps, are entitled to high commendation. By command of Major-Gen. Meade. (Signed) S. Williams. Later from Rosecrans — Bragg sh