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ply of ammunition and can stand a long siege. Fugitives from Hagerstown report the rebels picketing all the roads and not permitting any yland regiment, all of which crossed the Potomac and came through Hagerstown, Chambersburg, Carlisle and other towns, have reached Harrisburg.orts from the border, seem to be this: The rebel force occupy Hagerstown and such other points as leave them free to operate either againsn them, flying from apprehended danger. There is no doubt now of Hagerstown being occupied by a small force of rebels. The Union citizens ofnumbers. Baltimore, June 17.--Midnight.--The dispatches from Hagerstown are very unreliable. Trains arrived here this evening from Wrs from Frederick represent that only a few rebel pickets were at Hagerstown, though rumors were prevalent that an infantry force was coming asubdued by the citizens. They retreated, it is supposed, towards Hagerstown. The telegraphic operator is now at Chambersburg and communi
From Northern Virginia. The accounts which we continue to receive in regard to the operations of our army under Gen. Lee are cheering. There is no longer any doubt that the advance of our army has crossed the Potomac, and a portion of it has even penetrated Pennsylvania. We learn from a gentleman, who left Martinsburg a few days ago, that on Tuesday last we had one division of infantry at Hagerstown and others in the neighborhood, and that the cavalry commands of imboden and Jenkins reached Chambersburg on Tuesday night. On Wednesday morning they commenced the destruction of the public property at that place, and removing the stores southward. Harper's Ferry is said to be invested by a corps of our army. Everything indicates a general forward movement northward.