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From Gordonsville. Gordonsville. Oct. 12. --The Yankees appear to have known nothing of Gen. Lee's movements until Friday last, when they commenced falling back from Culpeper. They finally retreated yesterday in such haste as prevented them from burning Rappahannock bridge. Their force from all accounts was small. It is reported that our troops burned Bull Run bridge in time to capture three of their trains. Nine prisoners, captured by Mosby at Anandale, were brought here to-day.
ery badly instead of crushing Bragg, and Meade, instead of advancing upon Richmond, detached three corps to reinforce him, and himself fell back, closely pursued by Lee. Now, if the Yankees had been in possession of such an overwhelming force as they would have the world believe, where was the necessity of robbing Meade to supply Rosecrans, when the former was committed to an operation not less important than that of which Rosecrans himself was the director? Gen. Lee was, at the latest accounts, pressing hard upon Meade. The latter was making the best of his way to Alexandria, and there he will stop, unless Lee shall be able to intercept him and bringLee shall be able to intercept him and bring him to battle. These are the two main armies of the enemy. One of them is besieged, and the other retreating.--The enemy have derived absolutely no advantage from their successes last summer. Their press inculcates the absolute necessity of concentration, and with them concentration implies abandonment of the territory they hav
500 dollars reward. --Ran away from the residence of the writer, corner of 7th and Leigh streets, on Monday morning last, a gingerbread colored boy, named Jim, about 14 years old, very large mouth, very sprightly and lively, and fond of singing comic songs when at leisure. He is very fond of soldiers, and my impression is that he has gone off with some of the local companies around Richmond or Petersburg, in which latter place he was raised by a Mr. or Mrs. Pearman, and sold here 17th March last, at Lee & James's, by C C Burton. There are no scars recollected, except whip marks from appearance when he was very young The above reward will be paid if delivered to Hill, Dickinson & Co. Richmond. F J Sampson, General Freight Agent R & D Railroad. oc 2--ts