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osecrans has been appointed to his position: Affairs in the Federal army. The army of Gen. McClellan remains as heretofore. No movement has been made at any point on the Potomac. A accounting party, who returned to Sigel a headquarters on Saturday night, report that the Confederate General Mumford, with a force of 1,500 men, was at Pureellsville, about twelve miles west of Leesburg, on the road to Snicker's Cap. A large patrol of the Confederates is at Leesburg, Middiusbury, and Waterford. The New York Herald, in its "Situation." article, has the following: The rebels paid a visit, a hundred and fifty strong, to Manassas Junction on Friday, and attacked a body of our men numbering only eighty. Our troops retreated with the less of fifteen men and two officers taken prisoners. Capt. Conger, of the Third Virginia cavalry, with thirty- five men, who had been on a scouting expedition, and was on his return, met the same party of rebels between Catlett's Station and War
the morning, and the few rebel pickets stationed there fled before them in the direction of Leesburg. The people of this loyal town, especially the ladies, received our troops with great enthusiasm, and the Stars and Stripes were thrown out in every part of the town. Many of their fugitive husbands and sons returned with the cavalry, and the demonstration was most earnest and under Without stopping, except to leave pickets and a guard, General Pleasanton moved on in the direction of Waterford, expecting to reach Leesburg early in the afternoon. There was at the last accounts, a small force of rebel infantry and cavalry to Leesburg and have been a there, Shortly after the cavalry advances had crossed, General Burnside, with his second army commenced crossing at the same point, and during the whole day the bridge was constantly under the tread of the advancing column. They in light marching order, though an immedle of way one was waiting to follow them. It was the i