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The latest from the North.great raid by General Stuart.he Captures There Pennsylvania towns. We are indebted to the kindness of friends for New York papers of Saturday, the 11th, and Baltimore p
he evening of that day. The most important feature of the news is a raid into Pennsylvania by Gen. Stuart with 3,000 cavalry.
Gov. Curtin, of Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg, received the following dispatch from Chambersburg on the 10th, dated 7.30 P. M.:
Mercersburg was occupied by Stuart's rebel cavalry force to-day, and they are now advancing on Chambersburg.
They took horses and all other rs in the State.
It seems that a body of three thousand rebel cavalry, under the command of General Stuart, have managed to turn McClellan's flank by crossing the Potomac at Hancock; and, marching ra n Philadelphia yesterday, and not with the army, and there were no obstacles whatever to prevent Stuart from making such a raid, the whole of the militia recently on bodied for the State defence havin