From Gordonsville.

Since the interruption of the running of the regular trains on the Central Road, our facilities for obtaining information from the line of the Rappahannock have been greatly our tailed. Yesterday afternoon a train arrived from Hanover Court-House, but little was known of the condition of affairs beyond. The road, however, is entirely unobstructed, and the telegraph wire in operation, as far as Gordonsville.

A report was circulated during the day that the enemy under Pope had fallen back from the Rapidan and from Culpeper, taking the road leading to Warrenton. This report, though not confirmed in official circles, was generally accredited.

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