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From Alexandria. Alexandria, July 9. --The first passenger train on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad made a trip to Cameron's run this morning, with Company A of the Zouaves, and Company B of the Michigan First Regiment. Cameron's run is about four miles out, and is the furthest point on the road to which our picket at present extends. Movements of Gen. M'Clellan's column. Buckhannon, July 9. --It is stated that Col. Tyler succeeded in throwing one company into Glenville last night, with provisions for the nine companies of the 17th and 19th Ohio Regiments, who were represented by a previous dispatch as being besieged there by a superior force of Confederates. He was only waiting the arrival of the 10th Regiment, which left here last night for that point, to begin the attack on Col. Wise's command. Gen. McClellan left Middle Ford Bridge early this morning with the evident design of reaching a point 22 miles east of here, where the Secessionists a