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at South Mountain. The last dispatch from Pittsburg states that the citizen en masse had turned out and were throwing up entrenchments around the city. --The dispatch concludes by saying that the city is perfectly safe. Movements of a Gen. Ewell's rebel Corps. Baltimore, June 24, 1220 A. M. --Information received at the headquarters of General Schenck to-night, and other sources, state that Gen Ewell's forces to the number of 35,000 to 40,000 men, are now in Maryland, in the BGen Ewell's forces to the number of 35,000 to 40,000 men, are now in Maryland, in the Boonsboro' Valley. They have a large quantity of artillery, cavalry, and infantry. They are building bridges across the canal and are actively engaged foraging the country, collecting supplies, &c. They crossed at Antietam Ford and Shepherdstown. Gen. Kelley telegraphs that Imboden's cavalry, about 2,000 strong, are at Big Cacapon. Harrisburg, June 23, 7 P. M.--More startling intelligence has just reached me. A gentleman who came up on the train from Carlisle reports our forces