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e elsewhere. Morrell Allen, of the N. Y. Thirty-fifth Regiment, Company H. was dangerously wounded to day by the rebel pickets, at Barrett's hill, beyond Falls Church. From the observatory at Upton's hill to-day a large rebel force, consisting of cavalry and d companies of infantry, were seen on the Leesburg turnpike, four miles from Falls Church. Twenty-three army wagons accompanied there, and the supposition is they were on a foraging expedition. The divisions on the right of our army were ordered under arms at two o'clock this morning, in consequence of an alarm caused by the firing of the pickets of the Seventy-ninth N. Y. Regiment, between Falls Church and Lewinsville; but there was no noteworthy result. The latest from the lower Potomac. Washington, Oct. 16. --The steamer Mount Vernon reached Shipping Point just before daybreak this morning, and unmolestedly passed the rebel batteries; but the steamer Pawnee, following a short time thereafter,