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l this has vanished into thin air. On Wednesday last, the Herald says, Kilpatrick and Buford met Stuart near Boonsboro', but were driven back to the town. This is all the severe fighting which is menindicated in my letter of yesterday (with one exception — namely, that none of the troops except Stuart's cavalry passed through Emmettsburg, or so far South as that place, but moved by the roads Nortcipline which Gen. Lee has always maintained. At two o'clock on Sunday morning, July 5, Gen. Stuart's cavalry reached Emmettsburg, and began to enter the place. They passed directly through, w persons counted them, and they all agreed in the general total, which was about 15,000 men. General Stuart himself, with a number of his officers, stopped to breakfast at 8 o'clock and remained till s during this time that my informants conversed with them. My informants all inferred from what Stuart's officers said, that it was General Lee's design to move his columns along the crest of the Sou