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\\'e learn that the whole. army again took up ihe hne oi march oj* outurday imu Sunday for Fredericksburg. Warren^n was evacuated to Jay. General iiuiTjsnie >; headquarters were ;?tCatieft s Suit-ion to-day and ere tins reaches you the whole army will be nearuig Frederieks buns. A large quantity *?i* supplies have been sent there and a force ef e^mtrabands and me clmnie.S mider General Haupt, are building kwarvcs and the railroada t Aquia Creek. This base was considered the best one for operating upon the heart uf \ irginia, and was adopted at the Cabinet council we sent you word of last Wednesday. The Confederates in ilichmond are aware of the new programme. j. j hence there can be no impropriety in publishing it in the North. The steam gunhont Satellite and Yankee ran up to Aquia Creek on Friday, and found it de- i sertedby the Confederates. j General Bayard occupied Falmouth yester day. the Confederates failing back before him. No battle has taken place to-day, and no skir mish. All is quiet at Fairfax Court House and Bui! Run. - From Gen. Sigei's Corps. iCorrespondence t?: iit?.* i'ltikuU-iphi-'t Inquirer.] (Jainesvillk, Va.? >o\\ 16, 3 R M.?For several days past the corps in the advance of us have been moving. The headquarters o! Genera! Sigel are still here, hut there is con siderable speculation on all hands to know what will transpire within the next forty-eight hours. Evidently there will heamo^e, but which way, none except those high in authority, know. The late orders of General Burnside, divid ing the Army of the Potomac into three grand divisions, also make SigeFs command (the Eleventh Corps) the reserve force. From the tenor of the order, it is more than likely thai this is done to give the General time to fill his command from the new regiments sent forward. At present the greater portion of his com mand is at the Gaps, guarding them, as they are important avenues of advance and retreat. It is not likelv that the G eneral will be long; kept inactive. Gen Sigel visited General Burnside, yester day, at his headquarters, at Warrenton. The result of their interview has not been made Yesterday. General StahFs cavalry reconnoi tred through Snickersville, Tjpperville and heesburg. No enemy was found in force at My point near those places. Through the mountains small detachments of Stuart's cav were to be designated. Matthew O'Brien, esq.. whose arrest we no ted a dav or two aaro. and who was confined ? 4 Cy ; tethe Old Capitol prison., Y\rashington, was ^steruay released on parole, and has returned *? Ms home. ? r>",| fri 11 rlie \\ ashington Ivepublican advocates"the |.'iXlng ot everything imported into or exported the Southern States. VOTICE TO TAl-MTOS^fhe hooks ^ ?t tin1 Commissioner of the Jlevonue can | . store of James A . Stoutenberg. ?t* King and Columbus streets, until the :;^iy of December next, Persons desiring to ;,^nme said books can do so at 'any hour until ! lhU' above mentioned. J E. H. J)E LA IT AY, 4tuV ib?til Commissioner of Revenue. There was quite a row on Sunday at the Union llaee Course, Long Island, where rhe 41 st ^iassaehusetts and the 15th 2\ew liam ,shire regiments are eneamned. owin^r to She men of the furiiier regiment having prcc^dene^ over the latter in obtaining their ration.*.. The otfieers -from words; came to blow*. and a gener al scriinmage ensued between tlie privates. hut fortunately no one was st riously ioiiuvd. Cen. Butler, in ew Orleans, has issued an order that ali persons of the age uf sixteen years and upward, coming within the lines, will be held as spies, unless they take the oarh of allegiance to the U. S. or show that liiey are neutral aliens. The Louisville Journal is apprehensive that A 4 the removal of lien. McClellan indicates that the President 11 will not modify or withdraw his emancipieation proclamation. There are now thirty-live hospitals in Washington. George town a nd Alexandria, whose capacities vary from 56 to 1.522 beds. In the Washington Circuit Court, yesterday, * i C 4. / the motion to dissolve the injunction obtained by L. G rover & Co. against Fannie Clifford was overruled. The ease of Harriet V\ Laddevs. Pairo &Nourse, in chancery, was then taken MAjSPJED. On the 30th of October, in Washington, Pa., by the; itev. J. J. Browuson, the Rev. BERN ARD >V. SLA.CLE, o] iMnmee, Ohio, and Miss MARGARETTA B., daughter of Dr. J. I). Vowel 1. late of iyexandria. Va. DIED, In this city, on Sunday. 16th in sr., AYILLIA M MITCHELL, formerly of Fair Haven. Mass., in the 20th year of his age. L I B E R T I II A L L . PE RC1 \'AL, PARK Ell & CO.. Proprietors. D1C K P A .It K K R Si a g e M ft n a ger. 1)R. HESS Business Manager. AUGMENTED ATTRACTION this tii>: N J X E T E E X T H ir E E E 0 E UN PA It ALLELE D SUCCESS of the great OA NTER B UR Y C OiXS OLID, I TION. To-night, the great spectacular Pantomime, en titled PE CHALAMEAUX; or the ADVENTURES OF KOQUINET. The rival Beauties, MISS FANNY FOKREST, and Mfes Xellie Taylor, In new and beautiful Songs; M'LLE. FRANK LA FOLLE, and KATE HARRISON, In new Dances. LITTLE ELLA, In Songs and Dances. M. JEAN CLOSKL In his Champion Jig. PROF. KIRBYE, MASTER GEOFtGE. DICK PARKER, FRANK KERNS. IIARRV FENTON. And the entire U N E Q U A L L K D C 0 M P A N V. Doors open'at 0i o'clock?Perfbrinon ce to'commence at 7 o'clock. Prices of Admission.?To Main Hall. 25 cents; to Orchestra, 50 cents; ladies to Orches tra, 25 cants. nov 18 -if Fifteen hundred sick were brought in last nisrlit audto-dav from the front, and sent to k ; the hosiotcils m W ashington. It is announced that General McCiellan coi lenipi;jto> visiting Hartford, Connecticut, and >V ill } r. ;1 i'i. >',} L' ll ]S cW Y 01 lv Oil JilS WU V' thither. The llurland (Vermont) Courier -has the name of George B. McCiellan at rhe'he&d ot its column, tor Bresident in 1S64. The New 1 ovk papers have recieved files irom Berinaiia to ino 4th of Jso veniber. rihd papers contain late news from some of ih*) other West India inlands. There are reports of extensive and formidable labor revolt?, among negroes, which had taken place at S\ Vincent-, which lasted ten days, and resulted j ' in the plunder and destruction ot numeroi s planters' estates, the maiming of planters, and. 1 1*11* L' *" rni LI. the killing ot many negroes, Ine iroaoie was only alloyed by a largo military force co-operating with armed British vessels. incitement pre vailed.-also, in Barbadoes. Martial law has been proclaimed in Saint Vincent, and one hundred prisoners were arrested by the troops. They will be brought to trial. Yellow fever had carried off many victims in Barbadoes. At Algiers, opposite 2sew Orleans, there are quartered at the expense of the Federal Gov ernment, over seven thousand contrabands.? They are maintained and supported in targe faetorv buildings on the levee. The officers of Gen. McCiellan's staff, Co1. Colburn and Capt. Duane, are charged with al - sence without leave, the use of language disr ?_ speetful to their commanding officer, and eon duet prejudicial to maintenance of order rui<l discipline in the army. ! STi 1)10 OF MCOKATITK ART. | G. W. KIR BYE | O EsPECTFULLY informs the citizens of \ jl\ Alexandria and vicinity that he has taken, rooms ftt No. VM King .street, above Washington street, where he is prepared to execute AIX KIXUS OF l\lIXTIft'?S, ! and especially j Ornamental and Decorative Work. >-0 I FANCY CARD WRITING,' ! SIGN PAINTING, j GRAINING, GILDING, OLA ZING, j in short, everything appertaining to ihe art, will | be clone with neatness and dispatch, at reasona t ble rates. j Please give me a call, and examine spe | mens ot work. | ^ Oiilce hours from S to 10 a. m.. and from 1 .to j nov'l.4?tf ? G. W. KIEBYE. .. ^ I GILBEKT SI Mr SON, JR., i BR. LAX). I'IK anD CAKE jBAKER, ! [ No. 149 KING STREET, (BETWEEN ST. A&APH AND WASHINGTON,} I j T> EGS leave to inform the public that he ha?. | Jl> taken charge of rlie BAKERY formerly conducted by his brother "Win. G. Simpson, and hope? by strict attention to business, to merit a share of patronage from his friends and custom ers, and the public generally. nov li>?lm CHIatA, glass and eakthenwabe. ! /FRS. ENGLEBREOHT respectfully in | jAJL furms the citizen* of Alexandria and vi cinity that she has received A PULL SUPPLY OF GOODS in the above line, which she will sell upon as good terms as they can be had else where, and requests all in want to give her a call at No 17, North Royal street. oc;t21?lm j r HE A CHER WANTED.?A lady is wanted at J... my residence, at Bailey's Cross Roads, to j teach two or three small children, and do plain sewing. For further information, address the I subscriber, through the "Washington city Post I < )ffice. nov U?2w* LE WIS BAILEY.