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e appeared to have been deserted, and a careful examination showed that to be the case. It had apparently been occupied by three or four thousand men, including two or three hundred cavalry. Breastworks were formed nearly half a mile in extent, and pierced for twelve guns. After a short stay, the scouting party returned. No guard was left there, as before stated. Four mounted Confederates captured. Washington, Jan. 6. --The pickets of the Thirty-eighth New York regiment, Colonel Ward, who went on outpost duty yesterday, captured four mounted rebels, with their arms and equipments. It is believed that they belonged to Stewart's Virginia cavalry. Capture of a Secession boy having a Number of letters on his person. The Baltimore Patriot, of the 7th inst, furnishes the following item: A small boy was caught down the Potomac near Alexandria, day before yesterday, having a number of important letters in his bootlegs. The young scamp was endeavoring to get d