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just returned from the vicinity of the South Mountain battle-field, 13 miles distant from here. From persons who left Boonsboro' this afternoon, I learn that the rebels have all left that place. Anderson's division, of Longstreet's corps, whderable force from Shepherdstown and Antietam fords down the tow-path of the cannel, or else along the inner roads from Boonsboro' and Middleton, to the vicinity of Poolesville, Rushville and Rockville. From these points he has direct access to theok command. The refugee saw at Hagerstown a line of army wagons half a mile in length, going towards Pennsylvania. At Boonsboro' he saw a much larger number, all going in the same direction. These wagons were nearly all marked "U.S." on the sidese damage done to both the railroad and canal, which will be found in the statement made by below. The refugee saw, at Boonsboro', Major Gilmer, of the rebel army, riding General black horse, captured at Winchester. The entry of the Confedera