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of army movements to the Eastern press. All access to him is denied. A post office has been established here and letters to this division are promptly delivered. From Eswtern Virginia — latest from Gen. M'Clellan's column. Buckhannon, July 11. --The latest intelligence from Gen. M'Clellan is to 2 o'clock this afternoon, when he had commenced erecting his batteries on the hill-sides. The Confederates opened fire, but without causing any loss. When the courier left, Gen. Morris still held the Confederates in check at Laurel Hill, awaiting orders to advance. The skirmishing had been brisk and frequent for the past 24 hours. Three of the Seventh and Ninth Indiana were killed and one of the Ohio Fourteenth, and seven wounded of the three regiments. An occasional shell was sent into the rebel camp, a mile and a half distant, to keep them in their position. More Bridge burning to Obstruct the passage of Federal troops. Quincey, Ill., July 10. --The rai