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er places again, making a large proportion of the missing at present. Reported fighting on the upper Potomac. The following dispatches give the news as received by the enemy and their impressions relative to our army: Washington, Sept. 4.--The morbid excitement existing here for news of a great battle has been somewhat gratified to night by the intelligence that a skirmish occurred last night in the vicinity of Poolesville, between about 140 Union cavalry, under Capts. Means and ns that Col. Rathbone, of the 11th Virginia infantry, has surrendered Spencer to the rebels. No particulars. Col. Mulligan has been unable to find the rebels on the line of Northwestern Virginia. The war in Kentucky. Louisville, Ky. Sept. 4. --The city was thrown into considerable excitement this afternoon by rumors that the Union forces under Gen. Gilbert were attacked at noon to-day by the rebels near Shelbyville, about thirty miles east of Louisville. The result was un