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From the army of Northern Virginia. Ashland, May 27. --Advices from the front are that the enemy have recrossed the North Anna and are again on the move, in the direction, it is supposed, of our right. The enemy are said to have made an effort this morning to burn the bridge over the North Anna, on the telegraph road, but were filled. There was some skirmishing this morning and also some between 10 and 12 o'clock last night. [Second Dispatch.] Ashland, May 27. --Our armymishing this morning and also some between 10 and 12 o'clock last night. [Second Dispatch.] Ashland, May 27. --Our army is moving rapidly on lines almost parallel with the route which Grant is following. At twelve o'clock to-day a heavy force of the enemy appeared at Hanover Court-House, and were pressing our cavalry back at that point. Two prisoners have just been brought in belonging to the 6th corps. They say their command received orders yesterday to march the White House.