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in a great battle at Poolesville, and driven back in confusion to Washington. This had scarcely got well afloat before another was started to the effect that Gen. Burnside had been driven back from Frederick with great slaughter. Whilst these reports were being digested, a messenger from a point eight miles out on the Liberty roived with the announcement that General McClellan was pushing forward, and could find no enemy in front of him. A rumor was also soon afterwards started that General Burnside's pickets were yesterday morning within sight of Frederick, and the enemy traveling westward. Rebel Robbery of Frederick. The Harrisburg Telegraph, worthless. We do not hear of more than a rebel cavalry picket on the Baltimore road, near New Market, on the turnpike, and Monrovia, on the railroad. Gen Burnside was said yesterday to be threatening the enemy's lines near Hyattville, which would indicate that they had retired from Middlebrook, some six miles towards Fre