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atly to lessen the rigor of war. By command of Lieut. Gen. R. S. Ewell. A. S. Pendleton, A. A. Gen. The Passage of Ewell through Maryland--Gen. Lee's Designs of Washington. A telegram from Washington, dated the 25th, says that Ewell'sEwell's forces passed through Hagerstown on Tuesday. The head of the column entered the town on Tuesday morning and moved directly elegram adds: The rear column, understood to belong to Ewell, did not pass through the place until that night. This forowards the river. Today we have no doubt that the whole of Ewell's column is in Pennsylvania, not far from Chambersburg. The gentleman who saw Ewell's troops says they had with them a very large number of wagons. From this fact it is inferred n the writer by an eye witness. The letter says: General Ewell came into Hagerstown on Tuesday in a carriage. This was the day the advance movement commenced, and doubtless Ewell took command. The refugee saw at Hagerstown a line of army wag