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e concentrating in the mountain passes of the Blue Ridge and its spars. They seem to fear advancing with Hooker in their rear; but are living on the country which they now occupy. Two rebel cavalry, taken yesterday near Chambersburg, report the rebels advancing under Gen Ewell into Pennsylvania with 28 regiments of infantry, 5,000 cavalry, and 20 pieces of artillery, chiefly heavy guns, and that they send out small parties to bring in live stock. A column, 6,000 strong, was sent to Mercersburg, with eight pieces of artillery — Half of them have marched to McConnellsburg. Some of the border men are reported sympathetic. A dispatch from Carlisle, at 6.45 P. M., 26th June, states that the rebels have all the mills within their reach grinding corn, etc., for them. The Confederate troops in Maryland. The following telegrams from the operator at Frederick, Md., are dated the 26th: I have just returned from the vicinity of the South Mountain battle-field, 13 miles