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an is exultant over the news from Mobile, "through rebel sources," and by the small victory in Hardy county, Virginia. From the Upper Potomac. Our intelligence from the Upper Potomac asserts that the rebels have again left this State. Hagerstown was re-occupied by our forces on Saturday.--The rebel retreat is said to have been made in great haste, the movement of our forces on the south side of the Potomac threatening their rear. General Wright's command, composed of the Sixth and Ninth corps, crossed into Virginia on Saturday, and the prospect for a battle is, therefore, regarded as imminent. The main rebel force, under General Early, is reported to be retreating on Winchester. Before leaving Hagerstown the rebels arrested and carried off two prominent Union citizens. General Sheridan has been temporarily placed in command of the defences of Washington, the Middle Department, including Maryland, and the Department of the Shenandoah. General Kelly reports, on