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apprehensions for the safety of their own capital, which may cause them to abandon present efforts for the reduction of Petersburg and Richmond. The enemy burnt the village of Prince George Court-House on the 7th instant. One account says it was accidentally fired by some troops quartered there, but the probability is, that it was done through mere wantonness, and for the gratification of a malignant spite on the part of the Yankees. The Court-House is situated near the centre of Prince George county. The Northern Border. We have no later news concerning the movements of our forces in the Valley of Virginia. The Northern papers of the 10th seem perfectly ignorant of their whereabouts, and content themselves with a mendacious statement of the affair at Moorefield on Sunday last. Our troops seem to have inflicted considerable damage upon property in the enemy's country on their last visit besides the burning of Chambersburg. The President of the Chesapeake and Ohio ca