From the army.

--The news from the line of the Rappahannock would seem to indicate that active movements may be expected at no distant day. If our information is correct, the headquarters of the. Yankee forces are at. Warrenton Junction on the Orange and Alexandria Railroads, where the enemy is concentrated.

The news from Fredericksburg is that there has been skirmishing going on for the past two days. An account of this will be found under our telegraphic head.

Mosby has again been within the Federal lines, and made a rich haul from the Yankee sutlers. About a week ago he captured eighteen wagons in the neighborhood of Aldie in Loudoun county, all of which, we understand, he has safely worked through.

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