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Our army correspondence.the campaign across the Potomac. Winchester, Sept. 20. Having arrived at Winchester on the evening of the 18th, I proceed to give you a condensed statement of the important events which have occurred on, or near the upper Potomac, within the last few weeks. On Saturday, the 6th of September, the Confederate army reached Frederick City, in Maryland, encamping, for the most part, a mile or two Southeast of the city, on the side towards Washington. But few forces actually entered Frederick until Tuesday, the 9th. On the day and the next, our whole army took up the line of march, passing through Frederick westward, on the turnpike leading to Hagerstown. Apart of the army proceeded as far as the latter place. A few days after, one portion crossed the Potomac at or near Williamsport, and marched to Harper's Ferry, via Martinsburg. The Yankee forces at the latter place fell back to Harper's Ferry — which place was invested by our forces on both