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It is very difficult to get at the exact truth of all the rebel movements in the vicinity of Harper's Ferry. Most of their movements have been greatly exaggerated, and their whole force is probably neats of burning the town, which was paid. Baltimore,July 7--12:15 P. M. --The rebels at Harper's Ferry have destroyed all the railroad property there, including the telegraph and ticket offices. quantity of forage. Nothing definite is known as to the damage done to the road beyond Harper's Ferry and Martinsburg, though it is believed that its destruction was one of the main objects of t back on Martinsburg, Sigel was again obliged to retreat, this time to the fortifications at Harper's Ferry. Our losses in men cannot be great, because of the insignificance of the force under Sigel mythical "host." Sigel now has a sufficient force to help himself if he will. He holds Harper's Ferry, and there is little doubt but that his forces are able to keep the place against all attack