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. M'Clellan's headquarters. A correspondent of the Philadelphia Press, writing from the headquarters of the Army of the Potomac, October 13th, says: General McClellan again moved his headquarters this morning from the neighborhood of Knoxville to Pleasant Valley, behind the Maryland Heights. A long body-guard of cavalry and infantry, with a number of wagons, came winning along the road, followed at a long distance by a party in a carriage, consisting of Mrs. McClellan and a lady friend, with the baby and nurse, and the General. The latter was seated on the front seat with the nurse, reading a newspaper. The nearest point to this locality, where the Confederate cavalry are said to have recrossed to Virginia, was fourteen miles below. Gen. McClellan and lady, during the short visit of the latter, have been staying at the farm house of a Mrs. John Lee; three miles beyond his headquarters. The neighbors report that a party of escaping rebels rode by there last night.