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usquehanna at Columbia, valued at $157,000, was burnt on the 28th, to keep the rebels out of the town. The rebel cavalry are committing considerable depredations upon cattle and horses around Washington city, at Drainesville and Long Bridge. They have also made their appearance at numerous points in Montgomery county, Md., on Sunday and yesterday, seizing all of the finest horses to take the place of their jaded animals. Some few of them showed themselves as near Washington as Silver Spring, five miles from the city. They stopped the stage which connects with the railroad at Laurel, and took the horses. The army of Rosecrans continues to advance at different gaps of mountains. His forces have had severe skirmishing with the enemy in every case with success. The rebel Gen. Cleburne is reported killed at Liberty Gap. The latest news from Vicksburg is to the 22d of June. The cannonading on the 20th was terrific from the army and the gunboats. The siege was progr