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Army of the Potomac. [our own correspondent.] Fairean C. H., Oct, 3, 1861. On account of the storm yesterday the general review that was ordered did not come off. The day was very wet and disagreeable, and nothing of importance transpired. This morning the sun rose clear, and the sky remained unclouded until night. About ten o'clock it was noised about that there would be a review of a portion of the troops, and the streets of Fairfax began to fill with people, horses, and wagons, and soldiers dressed in uniforms of every conceivable style and variety. A long time before any of the brigades came out a crowd had collected to see them, and so thick was it that one had to elbow sharply to get across the road. The first of the military that came in sight was Major Walton's battalion of Washington Artillery, consisting of three companies. They were waited near the Court-House, and while there the fourth company, under the gallant Capt. Rosser, came in from the outposts and j