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ch at dawn, arrive here shortly after daybreak. Their destination is unknown. It was rumored at Hagerstown yesterday that they would proceed to Cumberland, and it is thought probable that they will take the cars at Monocacy station and proceed to Cumberland by way of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The fact that no provision had yesterday been made for their conveyance across the Potomac, and the scarcity of boats at that point, renders this supposition a very doubtful one. General Shriver, of this city, has made ample arrangements for breakfasting the force at the several hotels here. During their stay it Frederick they will be quartered at the barracks, on the outskirts of the city. Their expected arrival creates much excitement though not of any unfriendly character. The regiment, I learn upon high authority were on the point of crossing the Potomac at Williamsport yesterday, when orders were received which led to their diversion from that line of advance, and t