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railroad bridge just above the Ferry. From noon of Saturday the Union troops were constantly arriving by the roads on either side of the Maryland Heights. The Heights themselves were occupied, and artillery placed in position there in the course of the afternoon, so as to command the Ferry, and the national banner again waves upon the fortifications. The town of Harper's Ferry was not destroyed or molested by the rebels, or the citizens disturbed. From the headquarters of M'Clellan — the Federal losses at Sharpsburg, &c. Stuart has been making another raid. A dispatch from the Federal headquarters, dated the 21st, says he crossed the Potomac, Friday night with a regiment of infantry and seventeen pieces of artillery. Nothing is stated of what he did, but it is said he recrossed into Virginia next morning. The dispatch adds: The work of burying the dead is still continuing. They average about one thousand per day. Tomorrow will probably finish it. T
being nearly surrounded. He cut his way through at the point where the 17th Illinois regiment were stationed. "This regiment suffered more severely than any other in the fight." "An attempt was made an Friday by a band of rebels to burn the hospital, but they were repulsed by our sharpshooters with severe loss. During the fight on Saturday, a body of Texan Rangers made a dash on our batteries, and notwithstanding a determined resistance, succeeded in spiking two guns. Our troops acted throughout with the most unflinching bravery. Gen. M'Clellan on the Harper's Ferry surrender. A correspondent of the Baltimore American States, that at Sharpsburg, on Friday, Gen. McClellan met the guide who conducted the cavalry force from Harper's Ferry, and enabled them to escape and capture Longstreet's train. He complimented him for his services, and remarked, that if Colonel Miles had held out 24 hours longer he would have been able to capture a large portion of the rebel army.
eir homes. The Relief Committee of San Francisco has given $100,000 to the United States Sanitary Committee for the relief of sick and wounded soldiers. A Convention of the Governors of the loyal States--support for Lincoln — opposition to M'Clellan. A Convention of the Governors of the loyal States assembled at Altoona, Pa., on the 24th inst. New York was not represented, and Vermont, Missouri, and Kentucky voted by proxy. A dispatch to the Philadelphia Inquirer, dated the 25th, saysand General McClellan, it is well to state that they are in complete accord, and that McClellan will be sustained by General Halleck in his effort to crush and destroy the rebel army he has just driven out of Maryland. The preparations of M'Clellan for crossing into Virginia. A letter in the Philadelphia Inquirer, dated Sandy Hook, the 24th, says every road and lane there is filled with baggage wagons and artillery. It says: The shrill whistle of the locomotive is again heard.