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Our army in Pennsylvania. The New York Herald, of the 26th inst, has been received in this city, and from it we learn that our advance was, at the latest dates, six miles beyond Carlisle, in the direction of Harrisburg. Now as Carlisle is eighteen miles from Harrisburg, our forces must be within twelve miles of that city, We may well imagine the terror of the Yankees, when we recollect how horror-stricken they The panic, indeed, so far from subsiding appears to be gathering strength with every day that our troops remain on the soil. Gen Lee has issued strict orders to "respect private property." We were greatly disappointed at this in the first instance, for we had hoped that the Yankees would be made to feel a portion, at least of the injuries they have wantonly inflicted on us. Nevertheless, we can imagine a very good apology for such an order. It is no doubt the object of the General to make war support war — that is to support his army in the enemy's country.--Should
n their advance on Harrisburg At Harrisburg great excitement prevailed on the evening of the 24th, at the report that the enemy were advancing in strong force on Carlisle, which is about 7 miles from the town. They were meeting with no opposition. Gen Knipe would probably give them battle at that place on the 25th, on which day ted midnight of the 24th, says: The rebels are within twenty-five miles of Harrisburg. The enemy's column halted about dusk, eight miles the other side of Carlisle, and went into camp. The authorities are in telegraphic communication with Greyson Station, which is two miles from the rebel pickets. Their line to night is very strong. The result of to morrow is looked forward to with much anxiety, and not without some doubts. General Knipe may give the enemy battle at Carlisle, or he can fall back to the Susquehanna. A battle will undoubtedly be fought, or the place evacuated, before to-morrow night--General Couch has thrown a strong colu