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Our army Correspondence. Martinsburg, July 15th, 1863. Before this reaches you, it will have been announced to your readers and the expectant public generally, that the Army of Northern Virginia is again on the South side of the Potomac. That a recrossing had been determined on has been apparent for a day or two past. The movement began last night, and early yesterday morning found all our wagon trains — the never failing avant couriers of the army — safely on the Virginia side. The army finished the passage of the river about 12 o'clock Tuesday night. Ewell's corps forded at the upper ford above Williamsport; the corps of Gens. Hill and Longstreet crossed on pontoon bridges about five miles below Williamsport, which has been built to replace those destroyed by the enemy's cavalry the week preceding at the same place. Just before the rear guard left the opposite bank an affair occurred which lost to the Confederacy one of its ablest and most gallant officers--General Pet