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at point. On Monday morning Gen. Pleasanton came up with their rear guard at Boonesboro', and drove them out capturing two guns and killing thirty of the enemy.--Gengn was in progress. The wounded were being carried towards Hagerstown and Boonsboro', so that little could be heard direct from the field, in the direction of Mian says that after the battle of Sunday the Confederates fell back rapidly to Boonesboro', and thence southward to Sharpsburg, and began crossing the Potomac above anIt adds: The pursuit by our troops was rapid, Hooker following by way of Boonesboro', supported by Sumner and Banks, and capturing one thousand prisoners during the morning. The enemy breakfasted at Keedysville, three miles from Boonesboro', but our cavalry soon drove their rear quad from that place. Porter's and Reno'se Gap, which he captured so handsomely, striking the road leading direct from Boonesboro' to Harper's Ferry, and thence moving in the direction of the latter place, g
Operations of our army in Maryland.the battle of Sunday. official Dispatch of General Jackson of the surrender of Harper's Ferry. We lay before our readers this morning such authentic particulars, with reference to the important operations of our army in Maryland and at Harper's Ferry as have fallen within our reach since our issue of Saturday. The battle of Sunday. This engagement is represented to have taken place between Middletown and Boonsboro, on the old National road, where it crosses the Blue Ridge mountains. Gen. Lee. in his march from Frederick to Hagerstown, left Gen. D. H. Hill and Gen. Studant at mountain passes to keep the advancing forces of McClellan, who were believed to be moving to the relief of the enemy at Harper's Ferry, in check, whilst the corps of Longstreet moved on in the direction of Hagerstown. Harper's Ferry having withstood the siege-longer than was anticipated Gen. Lee returned with the forces of Long street, on Sunday, to the