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nd. Frederick, June 17.--One regiment of United States volunteers, probably the Rhode Island regiment, are expected here at day break to-morrow. They left Hagerstown last night, and at 5 o'clock this afternoon were at Middletown, eight miles distant from here, where they will encamp for the night, and resuming their march at dawn, arrive here shortly after daybreak. Their destination is unknown. It was rumored at Hagerstown yesterday that they would proceed to Cumberland, and it is thought probable that they will take the cars at Monocacy station and proceed to Cumberland by way of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The fact that no provision haved which led to their diversion from that line of advance, and their subsequent march in this direction. Major General Patterson's forces are on camped at Hagerstown, and at Fundstown, three miles distant, and at several intervening points. The evacuation of Harper's Ferry has, it is reported, led to a sudden change in