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rsburg, urging the necessity of vigilance and discipline for the safety of the army, and prohibiting all straggling, marauding, or plundering, on pain of the severest penalties. He says that all the material which the army requires will be taken under the military rules which govern civilized warfare, and absolutely prohibits all individual interference with private property. A train of one hundred wagons, loaded with supplies, and nine hundred mules, were captured by the rebels near Rockville, Md, yesterday. Several officers, who were on their way to join their regiments, were also captured. A rebel force, which is said to be 7,000 strong, and composed of three brigades of cavalry, is reported to be moving eastward towards the Washington branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. They are reported to be commanded by Fitzhugh Lee. It has been ascertained that they passed within 14 miles of Washington, on the north side, and it is presumed that they are striking for the tr