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from Yankee soldiers who continually pass through the town. There are probably three regiments in the Southern part of Loudoun county, two companies of which came up as far as Shickersville Thursday, but returned in haste, having been fired into by our pickets. They are certainly very cautious in approaching our lines, and so far as I can ascertain, depredate very little upon the property of the citizens of Loudoun; but their vandal propensities are only restrained by the decided stand taken by the Government to retaliate for their barbarous wrongs, committed by the infamous army of the more infamous Pope. It is suffering to hear the thousand rumors of "peace" that are circulated in camp. One among the many declares that a Lieutenant-Colonel of the English army is now with this army, and asserts positively that the European powers will "interfere" if the Confederacy hold its own until the 1st day of January, 1863. Such a thing seems very improbable to sensible men. B. K. R.