From the army.

--The passengers by the Central train last evening, who left the army yesterday morning, report matters as entirely quiet, and little prospect of a change in the present monotonous condition of affairs.

Of the movements of the enemy very little appears to be known, but it is generally conceded that Gen. Meade is retiring in the direction of Centreville.--Some of our cavalry have recently been scouting on the north side of the Rappahannock, but without meeting with any enemy.

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