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avalry and artillery, for the purpose of making a reconnaissance in the enemy's rear, information having been received that their army had fallen back from the line of the river. "He came up with them near Shepherdstown, and drive them to Martinsburg, from which place they were soon shelled out by the artillery. "His loss was two men wounded. The rebels had one man killed and two wounded. "A rebel Lieutenant and two men were taken prisoners, and a number of wounded were paroled. "Very few rebel troops are believed to be at Winchester, the greater portion of them being encamped between that place and Martinsburg. "The work of reconstructing the Railroad bridge at Harper's Ferry is rapidly progressing, and will be completed to-morrow. "Generals McClellan and Marcy, and their staffs, paid a visit to Harper's Ferry, Bolivar, and Sandy Hock to-day. The Herald's situation article says. "By advices from Louisville we learn that General Buell, who was