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nts of Meade's army: Information from the army of the Potomac up to 1 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon states that Kilpatrick's cavalry division had pushed back Stuart's cavalry beyond Gainesville toward Warrenton; that Lee was at Warrenton with his forces in line of battle; and that our troops are moving steadily onward in two nd that he had difficulty in crossing on account of the bridges having been carried away by the late storm. There was some uncertainty as to whether a portion of Stuart's cavalry had yet crossed. Prisoners admit that his hasty retreat was caused principally by the scarcity of provisions, and when they passed through Warrenton th. It is the prevalent opinion, founded on good au- thority, that the enemy has fallen back behind the Rappahannock. All our informants state that Lee's and Stuart's forces numbered over seventy thousand strong. With this force it sounds strange to have them falling back. It is said that a want of supplies is the cause; bu