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f the two contending armies have apparently abandoned the revengeful feelings aroused by the Ball's Bluff affair, and hold agreeable conversation with one another across the river. No leaden compliments have been exchanged there for some time past. The late high water has caused several breaks in the Ohio and Chesapeake Canal.-- Capt. Zaracher's company, of the 29th Pennsylvania, and others, are now engaged in making repairs near the Seneca. Information was received to-day from Poolesville that the rebels have called in their pickets and evacuated Leesburg. The precise direction in which they have gone is only speculation, but it is surmised teat they will move against General Kelley, at Romney, in conjunction with other forces from Manassas. Unless they are strongly reinforced they will not dare contend with General Kelley, who is strong and well fortified. Everything has been quiet in this department to day, as far as heard from up to a late hour to night.