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nto Maryland--great alarm at the North--a Levy on Hagerstown — the raid "very formidable," &c. The papers aly 7.--A rebel prisoner captured in a skirmish at Hagerstown, states that the present raid is not only to procent at Chambersburg this morning, on hearing that Hagerstown was occupied, and that the rebel cavalry were advty heavily: Philadelphia,July 7.--A man from Hagerstown, just arrived at Greencastle, says McCunsland's cry and mounted infantry, and one battery, entered Hagerstown yesterday, and left at 11 o'clock by the Fredericements of the Confederates. On the 7th they left Hagerstown, a portion moving on the road to Frederick, and aas having crossed the Potomac and on their way to Hagerstown and Greencastle, full tilt. The next hour broughs have been seen in the vicinity of Williamsport, Hagerstown and McConnelsburg; and this has given rise to repach of the main body. We have communication with Hagerstown to-day. In the meantime hundreds of negroes,