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ebels" have "fallen back" from in front of McClellan, who has advanced to within six miles of Poolesville. A dispatch says that the Federal cavalry had "captured" Barnesville, about seven miles froebels have fallen back from Gen. McClellan's front, and that he has advanced six miles beyond Poolesville, from which a rebel picket guard was driven out, after some fighting, on Monday afternoon. known localities. General McClellan was reported to have been defeated in a great battle at Poolesville, and driven back in confusion to Washington. This had scarcely got well afloat before anotheretired from Middlebrook, some six miles towards Frederick, on his advance. The fight at Poolesville — Handsome Aid from our friends in Maryland. The only resistance our troops encountered innversation with Fitzhugh Lee and Stuart, and reports that their cavalry force is very large. Poolesville citizens fired from houses along the streets on the retreating cavalry. At Darnestown the re