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rebel are picketing again very strongly on our front. Their vidette and two places of artillery, just this side of Charlestown, are visible from Bolivar Heights. They guard the line so vigilantly that no contrabands or refugees come through — Yesterday they captured one of our pickets. No doubt is entertained about the falling back of the rebel army. McClellan and Burnside have moved their headquarters. A letter, dated opposite Shepherdstown, says: Two men belonging to Gen, Humphrey's division were shot dead while on picket yesterday. Ever since the capture of one of the rebel pickets the other night their pickets shoot at ours at every opportunity. A dispatch, dated near Harper's Ferry, Wednesday night at 11 o'clock, shows that the rebels were not very far off, It says: No news of importance has been received from Gen, Pleasanton to-day. The news received to-day from the vicinity of the main body of the rebel army, shows that Hill, Jackson, and Hampton,