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The very latest. The American, in its evening edition of the 3d inst., gives the following dispatches: A special dispatch to the New York Herald, dated Hamburg, 2d, says: "The battle at Gettysburg to-day was fierce and bloody, and from all I can gather the rebel army has received its mortal wound. Cannon small arms and the field, are among the trophies. A column of rebels, 25,000 strong, passed through Dillsbury yesterday in the direction of Gettysburg." Albany, July 2.--A dispatch from Gov. Curtin to Gov. Seymour was received to-day stating that the battle at Gettysburg had not been decisive, and asking him to send all the troops he could raise without delay, as the need for them was pressing. Philadelphia, July 3.--Parties arriving here from Gettysburg say that on Wednesday 10,000 of our troops were engaged with 30,000 of the enemy. During Wednesday night 75,000 men of Gen. Meade a troops came up and took favorable positions, while 25,000 other Union troops