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n, a few miles from this city, together with two guns and a revolver which were found there. Major-Gen. Patterson's command, &c. Frederick, June 18. --The force at Hagerstown and Williamsport, under General Cadwallader, comprise the Pennsylvania 1st, 2d, 3d, 7th, 11th, 13th, and 24th Regiments, together with the 1st Rhode Island Regiment, two regiments of United States Regulars and 700 United States Cavalry. Included in this formidable body are Capt. Doubleday's corps and McMullin's company of Philadelphia Rovers. The portion of the force which forded the river at Williamsport, were under command of General Thorney, and comprised the two regiments of Regulars and about 600 of the Rhode Islanders. The men waded through the stream generally up to their hips in water, and occasionally up to their arms. Their passage on the occasion is said to have been a very imposing and spirited spectacle. The men dashed into the stream singing "Dixie," and other popular c