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low to be telegraphed from Washington to the Northern papers: Washington, July 3d.--An official dispatch was received this afternoon from Major-General Meade, daarmy corps moved up from Hanover at 8 o'clock this morning. Philadelphia, July 3.--A special dispatch to the Bulletin, from Harrisburg, says: Nothing is ys dashing cavalry, fighting for the possession of the gap. Columbia, Pa., July 3.--Capt. Roberts, of Philadelphia, who was captured near Gettysburg and paroled,ispatches are published by the World as "the very latest:" Philadelphia, July 3.--A special dispatch to Forney's Press, dated Hanover, 1 P. M., via Washington, July 3, says: "At 10 this morning our forces opened on about 5,000 rebels, who advanced on the field at day break for the purpose of pillaging our dead. The rebelsamputated, and he is doing well. A desperate battle rages." Washington, July 3.--The information received here is that the battle of Gettysburg last night was