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The Rappahannock lines. that everything continued quiet in the of Gordonsville yesterday morning in pursuance of Pope's commands, the people in Culpeper and stealing they could lay their hands upon. current on Saturday and yesterday that were within a few miles of the Central but the line of communication was not to state that Mr. John T. was not taken prisoner, as reported the Yankees visited his place in Hanover last week.
The news. The news from the North this morning is interesting. It is stated in the Washington Star (official) that a general exchange has been agreed upon. --General Pope has issued an order which will cause much distress in the cities of Virginia, which are in the occupation of Federal troops. Its practical of feet is to send from their homes all citizens who refuse to take the oath of allegiance to the United States Government, and thus leave their families helpless in the hands of a brutal and licentious soldiery. Its execution has already, it is believed been commenced in Fredericksburg, and six prominent citizens have been arrested. The appointment of Gen. Hallock as Commander-in-Chief of the land forces of the United States is officially announced. It will be observed that the order is dated July 11th. immediately after the return of Lincoln from his visit to McClellan. The "patriotic" 12 month's volunteers, under the proclamation of the Governor of Pennsylvania wil
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Washington. It first conjectured that they were arrested for some Union men of Spotsylvania who have been sent to Richmond by order Government; but as soon as Pope's general No. 11 (which we publish in another column) appearance, the movement was looked as the mil step towards the arrest or of every person suspected of s they are frequently seen with escorts riding through the streets. We received last evening still later intelligence than the above, by which we learn that Gen. Pope and staff were at Fredericksburg on Friday last, and left there with seven regiments of infantry, of cavalry, and six pieces of artillery, taking plank road inents of infantry, of cavalry, and six pieces of artillery, taking plank road in the direction of Orange Court- This withdrawal of troops leaves but a comparatively small force opposite Fredericksburg. Great distress exists among the families in the town, in consequence of streets made in pursuance of Pope's abominable order.
From the Valley. Reports were in circulation on Saturday that a body of Federal cavalry, supposed to be a detachment of Gen. Pope's army, had made their appearance at Conrad's Store, near the line of Rockingham and Greene counties, and it was conjectured that a raid upon the Central Railroad was intended. From Conrad's Store to the Blue Ridge Tunnel the distance is only some twenty miles, through an open country. Whilst some anxiety is felt that depredations will be attempted upon this road, there is ground for the fullest confidence that our force along its line is ample for its protection. The rumor with reference to the evacuation of Winchester by the Yankees is not confirmed by our latest information from that quarter. The enemy still hold the heights around the town, which have been strongly fortified. The accounts which reach us of the outrages committed upon the people of the Valley are in keeping with those that come to us from other localities where the despoti
upon. Gen. Halleck Commander-in-chief--Infamous order of Gen. Pope. We have received New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore is the impersonation of the man of peace. Infamous order of Gen. Pope. Gen. Pope is imitating and excelling Butler. He has issued Gen. Pope is imitating and excelling Butler. He has issued an order which will, by depriving them of their protectors, lay the families of Confederate citizens in Virginia towns at the mercy of the Yaspy within the lines of the United States army. By command of Maj.-Gen. Pope. Geo. D. Ruggles, Col. and Chief of Staff. Gen. PopGen. Pope has also issued orders to the different Generals commanding divisions in his army corps requiring them to seize all horses and mules in the consultation at the War Department. For a portion of the time Generals Pope and Burnside were with them. The patriotic members of Congement upon the Virginia Central railroad, at Beaver Dam, of which Gen. Pope gives the official report. It was executed by Col. Mansfield Dav