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ticle, says: A reconnaissance was made on Tuesday from Harper's Ferry, under the command of General Geary, with a strong force, into Loudoun county, Virginia, which was very successful. The force consisted of the first brigade of Gen. Geary's division. The enemy was encountered at Glenmoore, a short distance beyond Hillsboro', where a sharp skirmish took place, resulting in the rout of the rebel cavalry and the capture of a number of prisoners. Continuing their march, they reached Waterford, and from thence proceeded to Lovettsville, returning early yesterday. The expedition resulted in the capture of seventy-five prisoners, including a number of officers. Among the latter were Captains Grubb and Everton. Another reconnaissance, was made on the same day, across the river opposite Knoxville, where a rebel raid was feared, it is said that the enemy have not more than twenty thousand troops at any single point in Virginia. The extent of our lines obliges him to distribut