From the border.

There was no news by the Fredericksburg train last night. No change has been made in the position of affairs in that vicinity.

The Central train of yesterday evening brought to this city another invoice of thirty-two Yankee prisoners, captured last week by the Black Horse cavalry in Hardy county.

Passengers by the same train bring a report that our forces at Woodstock. Va. under the command of Gen. Jones, had been attacked by the enemy and routed. The reason was a vagus one, however, and we think needs confirmation.

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