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r any contingency that may arise. Affairs at Lancaster — Preparations for defence — the rebels at Hanover. A letter from Lancaster, the capital of Pennsylvania, dated the 9th, says the "rebels" have not advanced beyond Hanover, in York county, Pa., a town of about 1,000 inhabitants, near the Maryland line. It states that Ex-President Buchanan has fled from his home. The letter adds: A Committee of Safety has had the management and control of affairs deputed to it in Lancaster ate, This committee has established patrols, and keeps an eye upon the movements of all strange or suspicious looking persons. The city has not yet been placed under martial law. Arms are being forwarded by Gov. Curtin to the citizens of York county, and other adjacent ones, who are rapidly organizing to resist an invasion by the rebels, should they attempt one. In this city there are 800 fully organized Home Guards, who are well armed and equipped, and there are 5,000 more in the county