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being variously estimated at from 5,000 to 10,000 strong. Brig. Gen. Knipe fell back before them with his forces upon Shippensburg, where he halted. He removed the Government stores and movable property. We are ignorant whether the telegraphic ope The aqueduct at Williamsport has been destroyed, having been cut in several places. Communications are still open to Shippensburg. Our forces still hold that point, as well as Carlisle. Both armies are keeping a sharp look out for each other's movements. A dispatch dated Harrisburg, 10 P. M., June 23, states that there is nothing new at Shippensburg, the last telegraphic station up the Valley. A telegram from Baltimore, of the same date, says that the rebel force at Frederick was drs are driving off their cattle in droves. Several wagon loads of colored refugees arrived here this evening from Shippensburg. They were too frightened and excited to give any intelligent account of what was doing there. All the refugees arri