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was created amongst the passengers. The cannonading heard above here is said to have been at Edwards's Ferry, where the rebels were endeavoring to drive our troops from the Maryland shore. Last evening the rebels appeared in force at Falls Church, and drove in our pickets, using artillery. A wagon train fell into their hands, but they did not succeed in getting it away, as our troops rallied and rescued the train. This morning the rebels fell back to Falls Church, and then shortly afFalls Church, and then shortly afterwards evacuated it going toward Leesburg on the Leesburg pike. We had none killed of wounded. Order of Major Gen. M'Clellan. Washington, Sept. 4, 1862. General Orders, No. 1. First--Pursuant to General Orders No. 122, from the War Department, Adjutant General's office, of the 2d instant, the undersigned hereby assumes command of the of Washington, and of all the troops for the defence of the capital. Second--The Heads of the Staff Departments of the Army of the Potom