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Meade is not able to advance for the reason that the railroad is not yet finished. He, with the main body of his infantry force, is still beyond the Rappahannock, with his headquarters, according to the most trustworthy reports, at Warrenton Junction. Their outpost pickets extend only to Cedar Mountain, and there are said to be cavalry. There are no indications of an advance of the enemy, and if I ventured an opinion it would be that he would rest upon his laurels this winter. President Davis arrived by the cars on Saturday, in the afternoon train, and proceeded at once to the headquarters of Gen. Lee, with whom he has since been sojourning. On Sunday the President and Gen. Lee attended the Episcopal Church at Orange Court-House, and listened to a most excellent discourse from Rev. Dr. (now General) Pendleton, Chief of Artillery of this army. It is said that the President will review the 2d corps (Ewell's) to-day, and the 3d (Hills) to morrow. If so, I will attend and