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rate a fort to overwhelm him before support can now reach him. No fears are expressed of danger from such a plan, but the probability of its being attempted causes the expectation of a speedy renewal of active work beyond Culpeper. From Harper's Ferry. A correspondent of the Washington National (Black) Republican writes: Harper's Ferry, Va., Aug. 14.--The rumor of two thousand rebel troops near Charlestown, on the Winchester Railroad, which was telegraphed to Washington last evenHarper's Ferry, Va., Aug. 14.--The rumor of two thousand rebel troops near Charlestown, on the Winchester Railroad, which was telegraphed to Washington last evening, proves to be unfounded, at least nothing can be heard of such a body of rebels. The rumor originated in this wise: It appears that Capt. Baylor, of the Confederate army, (the same man who murdered one of Col. Geary's men while bearing a flag of truce last winter,) has a large lot of property, stolen from the Government, stored at his house, about sixteen miles from here. A train of wagons, with an escort, was ordered to proceed to the rebel Captain's residence and bring away the prope