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the Pennsylvania line, including the Fort Sumter force, Capt. Doubleday, a body of U. S. engineers, artillery, cavalry, &c. Four brigades (sixteen regiments) will be at Chambersburg by the close of the week.-- Col. Ballier's rifle regiment, McMullen's company of desperate roughs, the Scott Legion, and the Philadelphia City Troop are among them. The artillery will all be regulars. three battalions of that arm are under orders, and of these the chief is the Fort Sumter garrison. Gen. Pm Washington; leaving Gen. Butler for the seaboard. Gen. Scott is either to force the Confederates to concentrate at Richmond, and risk a battle there, or to cut them off in detail, and thus render the capture of the main point more easy. McMullen's men, it is said, will lead the forlorn hope at Harper's Ferry, supported by the Scott Legion. Brigadier General Thomas is spoken of as having been fixed upon to command the advance brigade. He is a skillful officer, and was lately Colonel of