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nd this morning evidence the ability of our signal officers in directing the of the guns. On discovering the movement of the enemy, early this morning General Pleasanton was dispatched in lot quaint, with two batteries and two regiments of infantry, through a gap of high hills, and he succeeded in cutting off a large amount y. Geo. B. McClellan, Major General. [no. 2] Headq'rs army of the Potomac,Sept. 19.--10:30 A. M. Major General H. W, Helteck, General-in-Chief: Pleasanton is driving the enemy across the river. Our victory was complete. The enemy is driven back into Virginia. Maryland and Pennsylvania are now safe. or General. A dispatch from Harrisburg, the 19th, says: Information just received from the battle-field says our victory is complete, and that General Pleasanton is in hot pursuit of the enemy and driving them across the Potomac. The whole Union army is in good condition, and the enemy has been badly punished.