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c — Jackson and Longstreet moving on Harper's Ferry. Washington, Sept. 5. --It is believed that the rebels have crossed in some force c at three points and to march into Pennsylvania. Washington, Sept. 5.--Midnight. --A report prevailed this morning of a battle yesterday enemies. The rebels on the upper Potomac. Washington, Friday, Sept. 5. --Accounts from the upper Potomac confirm the news of yeania --Military preparations at Harrisburg and . Harrisburg, Friday, Sept. 5. --All places of business were closed at 3 o'clock this a for the old regiments are sent every day. Philadelphia, Friday, Sept. 5. --Mayor Henry recommends the citizens to meet at the various Ppel invasion. The rebels in Western Virginia. Philadelphia, Sept. 5. --The Wheeling of yesterday, learns that Col. Rathbone, of ns in Cincinnati — troops Pouring into the city. Cincinnati, Friday, Sept. 5. --Business is still suspended. Volunteers and armed bod
Three days later from Europe. the Tuscarora ordered to leave British Ports without Coaling. Cape Race, Sept. 5. --The steamship City of New York, from Liverpool on the 27th; via Queenstown on the on the 28th of August, passed this point, en route for New York, at 7 o'clock this morning. Her dates also three days later than those per the Asia. The U. S. Frigate Tuscarora. The U. S. frigate Tuscarora put into Palmenth on the 23d of August, and was ordered to leave in 24 hours. She sought permission to remain and repair her damages she being reported leaky. The authorities referred her Captain to the Ministers; but it is said that the Captain declined to make any application in that quarter. She was allowed to remain, while one of her officers went to London; but she was ordered to leave on his return, without repairs and without coal. Great Britain. The English journals have very little to say on American affairs. The London Times sarcastically