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railroad. Information reached the city yesterday morning that a force from Grant's army had struck the Petersburg and Weldon road at Jarratt's, thirty-two miles south of Petersburg, and were proceeding towards Weldon. Up to the time of writing,Weldon. Up to the time of writing, no official advices have been received in relation to this expedition. We learn from unofficial sources that a heavy column of the enemy, consisting of infantry, artillery and cavalry, left our front at Petersburg on Tuesday night, moving down thed and extensive expedition. There are, however, those who fear it is a movable column, destined to operate first against Weldon, and then, perhaps, to continue its march and take Wilmington in the rear. As at present informed, we are not prepared topments. Later.--The latest information from the enemy on the Weldon railroad is that they were still moving towards Weldon, and were provided with such an amount of stores as to induce the belief that they were prepared for a long march, or, at