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urance against an attempt of Jackson to make a serious raid over into Maryland. This, in turn, will be likely to cause the return of Sigel's force nearer to Washington, from whence it can operate to much greater advantage, as the reserve of Burnside's army, than as at present posted out in the vicinity of Thoroughfare Gap. Stonewall Jackson not advancing on Cumberland. We have the best reason for believing that the apprehension of a raid by Stonewall Jackson on Cumberland and New Creek is without real foundation. A highly intelligent gentleman, with every facility for obtaining correct information, and who made it a part of his business to do so, has just come through from Baltimore to Hancock. He has satisfied himself, from evidences obtained along the route, that Jackson's main army is stationed at Stephenson's Depot, four miles Northeast of Winchester; on the Winchester and Potomac Railroad. His men are destitute of tents, and it is believed he cannot possibly, in