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bivouacked in the ruins of the dismantled works. Everything that could be destroyed was burned by the retreating rebels, who, according to rumor, have fallen back en masse upon Gordonsville, at the junction of the Orange and Alexandria with the Virginia Central Railroad. It is believed that the only point at which they can, with any confidence, make a stand, is near the junction of the "Frederick and Potomac" with the Virginia Central Railroad, in which neighborhood the North and South Anna rivers unite and form the Pamunky river, about twenty miles north of Richmond. At this point the country is much broken, and admirably flitted for defence. It is reported that in their retreat the rebels have destroyed the railroad bridge across the north fork of the Rappahannock. In their haste they left behind straggling parties of soldiers, who seem to be very glad to be made prisoners. In their retreat they destroyed the railroad bridges and locomotives, and burned vast q