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r from the vigorous assaults of Pleasanton, and severe fighting has resulted each day, with the advantage on our side. In the upper part of Loudoun Valley, Buford has reconnoitered to Snicker's Gap; Gregg has repulsed Stuart twice at Aldie and Middleburg; Duffle cleaned out Thoroughfare Gap, and Stahl has reconnoitered at Warrenton. The ground is well covered by our active cavalry, and they are now doing better service than ever before. There has been heavy cannonading between Aldie and Middleburg all day. The probability is that another severe cavalry fight has taken place there. Pleasanton, under orders from Hooker, is throwing his whole force upon Stuart-to-day, assisted by a portion of General Stahl's force, and two brigades of infantry. It is believed he will this time either smash Stuart or get smashed in the attempt. The Military spirit at Harrisburg. The people of Harrisburg have an idea, says the American that the place has received force enough to make i