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From Northern Virginia.

The reports from the Valley which reached us Monday evening represent everything as quiet in that section, the enemy having apparently yielded the possession of the country to our troops, whose picket lines extend to Charlestown and Martinsburg. A body of prisoners, one hundred and ten in number, were brought down on the train yesterday afternoon. They were captured in an engagement at Snicker's Ferry in the early part of last week. The number captured was 113, two of whom were left at Strasburg sick, and a Captain who was paroled at Staunton.

Advices from Gordonsville state that General Stuart is daily skirmishing with the enemy along the line of the Rappahannock. No general engagement, however, is likely to occur at an early day.

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