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From Northern Virginia. Advices from Northern Virginia leave no doubt of the fact that the Federal army under Gen. Meade is advancing upon our forces with a view to bring on a general engagement, which will probably not be declined when the proper time arrives. From present indications, a few days more will serve to bring into collision the contending forces. Meade has already established his headquarters at Culpeper Court-House, whilst his whole army is known to be south of the RappahaNorthern Virginia leave no doubt of the fact that the Federal army under Gen. Meade is advancing upon our forces with a view to bring on a general engagement, which will probably not be declined when the proper time arrives. From present indications, a few days more will serve to bring into collision the contending forces. Meade has already established his headquarters at Culpeper Court-House, whilst his whole army is known to be south of the Rappahannock. His advance yesterday morning was several miles south of the of the Court-House, moving in the direction of the several fords of the Rapidan.
From Northern Virginia. Advices from Northern Virginia leave no doubt of the fact that the Federal army under Gen. Meade is advancing upon our forces with a view to bring on a general engagement, which will probably not be declined when the proper time arrives. From present indications, a few days more will serve to bring into collision the contending forces. Meade has already established his headquarters at Culpeper Court-House, whilst his whole army is known to be south of the Rappahanrces with a view to bring on a general engagement, which will probably not be declined when the proper time arrives. From present indications, a few days more will serve to bring into collision the contending forces. Meade has already established his headquarters at Culpeper Court-House, whilst his whole army is known to be south of the Rappahannock. His advance yesterday morning was several miles south of the of the Court-House, moving in the direction of the several fords of the Rapidan.