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Army of the Potomac.[our own correspondent.] Fairfax Oct. 2, 1861. The Federals continue to advance cautiously upon our lines, and how have considerable force in Falls Church, on Munson's hill, Mason's hill, and in the vicinity of Annandale. Our pickets have fallen back from the village of Falls Church, which is reported destroyed, us large volumes of smoke have been seen rising from the valley in which it lies. They have advanced also nearly to Annandale, and are now within eight hundred yards of it. This morning a party of scouts came on the hill opposite the village and fired on our videttes, who were posted to watch their approach. The distance between them was so great that no damage was done. Early in the morning a company of infantry appeared in a corn-field on an eminence, but retired immediately upon a sight of our pickets. Along the line from Lewinsville to Springfield the Federals seem to be advancing slowly and cautiously, scouring the woods thoroughly in ev