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d, in Baltimore, on Monday, at 20 per cent premium, closing at 121 asked, 120 bld. At the New York market large pales were made at 20 per cent. The sales at the First Board, New York, were made at 119½ U. S. sixes, 81, at 98½. Affairs at Harper's Ferry — the daring of Stonewall Jackson. A correspondent of the New York Tribune, writing "on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, July 17, P. M.," says: From Harper's Ferry to Wheeling the road abounds in stirring rumors of rebel movements iHarper's Ferry to Wheeling the road abounds in stirring rumors of rebel movements in the Valley. Whether Jackson, or Ewell, or whoever the Confederate commander may be, it is certain that the long roll beats again in our camps for his approach, and that Winchester is once more imminently threatened. The fact is, this Jackson has, by his vigor and audacity, so impressed himself upon the people of the Valley — upon loyal no less than secesh — that those who heard, or have heard or, have heard of, his blunt address at Winchester, (on the occasion of his raid against Banks.) wh
The Valley. Very little is known really of the movements of the Federal forces in the Valley. Our latest information induces the belief that the small force left at Winchester, terrified at the anticipated approach of Jackson's corps, has fallen back to the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and are now at Harper's Ferry and Martinsburg, constituting a guard for that thoroughfare. A detachment of Gen. Robertson's cavalry is said to have occupied Winchester on Tuesday.