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y be accepted as a fact, and stated without detriment to the public interest, that our army is now on the Eastern side of the mountains, and prepared to meet the enemy when ever he shall see fit to offer battle. From all that we could gather from the Valley, from passengers who came down on the Central train last night, we are disposed to doubt the presence of the enemy at Strasburg, on the Valley turnpike. If they were there at all on Saturday, it must have been in much smaller force than at first represented, and probably nothing more than a few cavalry intending a raid on our wagon trains. By the Fredericksburg train a report comes to the city that the enemy, in force, have again appeared in Stafford county, and that yesterday morning their drums could be distinctly heard at Fredericksburg. It is supposed to be the corps of Gen Sedgwick moving by that routs in another "on to Richmond" manœuvre. It is sufficient to say that a Confederate force is ready to confront them.