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ave a very strong picket line across the Rappahannock, but do not seem to be in any considerable force as far up as Fredericksburg. The following dispatch from Washington, August 2d, gives an account of the reconnaissance: General Buford's cavalry, artillery, and a supporting infantry force, yesterday crossed the Rappahannocoods, horses, &c., recaptured, which mostly belonged to suiters, is estimated at $150,000. Protection to negro soldiers — retaliation. A telegram from Washington gives the following official order of Lincoln on the subject of negro soldiers in the Yankee army and their treatment: War Dep't, Adj General's office, Washstituents and force him to violate certain pledges he had made. He therefore remains an involuntary prisoner within the limits of Marion. A dispatch from Washington, dated the 2d inst., says: It may be stated on excellent authority that the draft will commence in New York during the earlier part of next week, and be a