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The town is full of rumors and reports — some of them startling and apparently wall founded. Two prisoners were brought here this afternoon from Greencastle, Pa. They report that on Wednesday a battle commenced near. Gettysburg between Lee and Meade, which lasted two days, at the end of which time Meade fell back towards Baltimore and Lee was following him. One of our cavalry men, just returned from Maryland, brings the same information, derived from the sons across the Potomac, and the factMeade fell back towards Baltimore and Lee was following him. One of our cavalry men, just returned from Maryland, brings the same information, derived from the sons across the Potomac, and the fact of the battle is believed here. The prisoners knew nothing of the details of the fight. They say the loss on both rides is reported to be heavy. The Federal lost in killed Gen. Reynolds and one other General. whose name they did not remember, and Gen. Skirs was reported to them as having lost a leg. The Baltimore Sun, of the 1st, says that Stuart had a small engagement with a company of a laware cavalry on Monday last, at Westminster, in Carroll county, 20 miles from Baltimore, Stuar
e North. General Lee fallen back to Hagertown.--Romhasti Description of Meade's pursuit — a Proclamation from Lincoln, etc. The Baltimore American,tzelman's troops, and considerable reinforcements from Schenck's department.--Gen. Meade is also in close pursuit, and will reach Frederick this afternoon. The waterimore: Advices from the army up to 2 P. M. on Sunday, July 5, state that Gen. Meade's headquarters would be at Creagerstown last night, and were to be in Frederick to day. Gen. Meade has telegraphed that Lee's army is retreating in wild confusion. Every available man in Baltimore and Washington is being hurried to Fredettle will probably come off to-morrow, which will doubtless be a finality, as Gen. Meade's forces, reinforced by Generals Couch, Schenck, and Heintzelman, will be neadent that the enemy must at once retreat, and the proposition was regarded by Gen. Meade as a mere ruse to obtain time to push forward his trains towards the river an
last night, that a gentleman had arrived in Richmond from Washington yesterday evening, who left the latter city on Sunday night. He reports that the news received there up to that time was decidedly unfavorable to the Federal arms, and that a deep and manifest feeling of despondency pervaded the whole community in consequence of the intelligence. Efforts were made to prevent the information received by the authorities from going to the public. Little confidence was felt in the ability of Meade's army to prevent Lee's advance on that city when he should attempt it, and much anxiety was felt for the safety of the city. No security was felt against its full. It was rumored during the afternoon of yesterday that a dispatch had been received by the President from Gen. Lee, stating that his army, in good order, had fallen back to Hagerstown. We inquired of the President of the truth of this report, and were assured that no such dispatch had been received by him. It is stated, how