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Matters along the border. We have very little information of operations along the border. About Fredericksburg everything continues quiet. The special train on the Central road which arrived in this city yesterday brought down 120 prisoners, including five officers, who were recently captured by Gen Stuart in the neighborhood of Dumfries. There are said to be from 160 to 200 still at Gordonsville, who will probably be down to-day. We understand that Gen. Stuart recently had a fight with the enemy near Eldie, London county, in which be killed a number of the enemy and took some two hundred prisoners. There were none killed on our side. In his round he has been within twelve miles of Alexandria. Recent intelligence from Chesapeake Bay represent that large numbers of the enemy's transports, believed to be about 200, are in those waters.--What their purpose is, we are only left to conjecture. Four Federal steamers came up the York river a day or two ago, but soon retur