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The following is condensed from the news summary of the Baltimore Gazette of the 4th instant: The most important announcement this morning is the probable change in the chief command of the Army of the Potomac. The Washington correspondents of the New York Tribune, the World and the Herald, all concur in stating that General Hooker has been ordered to report to the Adjutant-General at Washington, for the purpose, it is supposed, of succeeding to the command now held by General Meade. It is intimated that General Early, whose forces still occupy such postions west of Harper's Ferry as have been selected by him to protect the Valley of the Shenandoah against an advance of Federal troops in that direction, has probably been reinforced by the troops that were recently sent from Petersburg to the north bank of James river to meet Hancock's threatened attack. A skirmish has taken place near Cumberland between the Federal forces under General Kelly and a body of Confe