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is a dispatch from General Meade to Gen. Schenck, commanding at Baltimore: Front Royal, Va., July 25. To Major Gen. R C. Schenck: The Major General Commanding directs me to acknowledge the receipt of your dispatch, and to inform you that he engaged the enemy at this point yesterday. This morning the enemy appears to have withdrawn, and his whole army is undoubtedly en route to Culpeper and Orange C H., and probably the rear has passed this place and Strasburg. By order. A. A. Mathews, Col. and Chief of Staff. Miscellaneous. Major General Logan and Colonel Rawling of General Grant's staff, who have arrived a Cairo, state that Gen. Sherman had returned to Jackson, and reported to Gen. Grant that the leading citizens of that portion of Mississippi implored some action by which the State could be returned to the Union. The army and people were completely dispirited and ready for peace. The Nashville Union says it is reported that Hon. Meredith P. Gentry,