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ch were taken from detached parties.--There has been no pursuit of Lee sufficient to harass him. The first attempt at that game, took place between Monterey and Greencastle on the 5th, and the enemy are forced to acknowledge that they were repulsed. The Clipper says that Gen. Dix and his command has gone to Washington. It publisharmy, who are coming within our lines every hour. The troops under Gen. Pierce (formerly Milroy's) arrived yesterday at Chambersburg, and pushed on towards Greencastle, where they captured 500 prisoners, two wagons leaded with plunder, and three pieces of artillery. The prisoners were stragglers, making their way to the Potom-day by the Hagerstown pike. They included those captured by Gen. Kilpatrick. Heavy firing was heard yesterday afternoon, in the direction of Monterey and Greencastle. It is reported to have been caused by our pursuing forces pressing upon the enemy's rear-guard echo, being strongly posted, checked the pursuit. Three le