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r in the thigh. The current report, however, that Ashby was wounded, is not credited at headquarters. Some of Ashby's scouts made their appearance early this morning on the high, wooded ridge on the opposite side of the Stony creek, beyond Edinburg. They were fired on by some of the 29th Pennsylvania, when Ashby unmasked four guns and threw shells into our camp. The rebels subsequently retreated under the fire of our guns. During the day they frequently interfered with our bridge bune officer, speaks significantly of an anticipated open rebellion in Maryland; but this is regarded as one of the means resorted to by the Secession leaders to dupe their followers into continued resistance. The expansive railroad bridge at Edinburg was burned by Jackson yesterday. There is only one locomotive at this end of the Manassas road, and no cars. Ashby's cavalry were reinforced to-day by two or more heavy guns, with which he practiced on us at long range. The firing of yest