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oo soon, to their last resting-place. The battle at Hanover. At about midday, General Kilpatrick, with his command, was passing through Hanover, in York County, Pennsylvania--a town containing three thousand inhabitants — and when the rear of General Farnsworth's brigade had arrived at the easterly end of the place, General Ctown, who, I regret to say, was once a leading Wide awake also manifested his pleasure at receiving a visit from the rebels. Fortunately, even the Democrats of York County have seen all they wish of rebels — a column of whom can be smelled as far as a slave-ship. A majority of the women in Hanover and elsewhere are truly loyal. arrels of molasses, others with flour, hams, meal, clothing, ladies' and childrens' shoes and underclothing — mainly obtained from the frightened inhabitants of York County and vicinity; wagons stolen from Uncle Sam with the U. S. still upon them; wagons stolen from Pennsylvania and loyal Maryland farmers; wagons and ambulances ma<