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Additional from the North. We have received Northern papers of the 16th through the courtesy of the officers of the Exchange Bureau, and make the following summary of intelligence therefrom: Meade at Washington — Lincoln's Congratulator by order. In Washington information has been received that Gen. Lee is extending his "already formidable" works on the Rapidan. The railroad is now used by Meade as far as Warrenton Junction.--Gen. Meade and his Adjutant-General were in Washington on the 15th inst. A dispatch from the army, dated the 14th, says: A reconnaissance was made by the enemy yesterday in the vicinity of Stevensburg, which is occupied by Kilpatrick's cavalry. Not more than half a dozen shells were thrown on either side, and on the advance of our cavalry the enemy retired. No one was injured on our side. As the rebels advanced from the direction of Pony Mountain, my informant, a Lieutenant-Colonel, who was present, believed the report that Kilpatrick has