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rson. Our whole army is in motion, and the highest hopes are entertained that but a small portion of Gen. Lee's army will escape. Hagerstown, via Frederick, July 6.--It is reported here by officers that on Saturday afternoon our cavalry, under Kilpatrick, intercepted a retreating train of rebel wagons, guarded by Jones's brigin the direction of the enemy's retreating column yesterday afternoon. It was probably caused by our cavalry and flying batteries pressing them. Harrisburg, July 6.--Gen. Couch has pushed forward all his effective force to cooperate with and join the Army of the Potomac, and is, by order of Gen. Meade, pushing the regiments f heard in the direction of Hagerstown. It is believed that Gen. French has made as attack in that vicinity on the trains moving towards Virginia. Frederick, July 6. P. M.--It is believed here that the reported destruction of the rebel bridge at Williamsport originated in the fact that the bridge at Falling Waters, 5 miles bel