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Later from the North. The Northern papers, of the evening of the 4th, are received, but do not contain much of interest. The evening edition of the Baltimore American has a dispatch dated at Bloomfield, Va., November 3d, 7 P. M., which states that the advance of the Army of the Potomac up the Valley, on the left side of the Blue Ridge, is being pushed forward with all dispatch. The same dispatch says that "Gen. Pleasanton occupied Upperville this afternoon, after a spirited engagement with the enemy for about four hours. We had none killed, but several men were wounded. The enemy left three of their dead on the field. Upperville is only four miles from Ashby's Gap, which the rebels are endeavoring to hold." The American says that the Yankee army "is now ready and prepared to fight a general battle at any time and place where the enemy may see proper to meet them. It is in better condition to day then it ever has been, with the exception of a want of more cavalry."