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From Northern Virginia. Orange C. H., April 9. --The Yankees fought a sham battle near Culpeper C. H. Thursday. The cannonading was heard in our camp. It is reported that two regiments of Yankee cavalry, one white and one black, visited Winchester recently, capturing and carrying away Robert J. Conrad and Philip Williams, citizens, as hostages for two members of Pierpont's Government, recently captured in Morgan county. while in Winchester the white cavalry fired into the black cavalry, killing and wounding several of the latter. A heavy rain has been falling here for the last twelve hours, and the roads are deep in mud. It is reported that Seigel is concentrating, a large force in the Valley. [Second DISPATcH.] Orange C. H., April 10. --Northern dates of the 3d and 6th have been received. The people of Maryland voted on the 6th on the question of abolishing slavery. The Pope of Rome is seriously ill. Dispatches from Ringgold report the cav