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iamsport, with four thousand of our prisoners, and all his immense trains. On the morning of the fifth, this event became known, and General Meade despatched the Sixth corps in pursuit, together with some squadrons of cavalry. The fifth and sixth of July were employed, says Meade's report, in succoring the wounded and burying the dead. The enemy made good use of all this precious time in pushing on toward Williamsport as rapidly as possible; and it was fortunate for them that detachments werm the enemy, according to precedent. Our progress, he continues, was naturally very slow, indeed, and we took eight hours to go as many miles. I will close these extracts with the following graphic sketch of a stampede which occurred on Monday, July sixth, about seven P. M., and demonstrates most unequivocally the utter demoralization of the confederate army: About seven P. M., the writer states, we rode through Hagerstown, in the streets of which were several dead horses and a few dea