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see, is the officer who is in command of the new invasion, according to the New York Herald Baltimore was full of rumors, some of which are given in the telegrams which follow, dated the 26th: Among the rumors prevalent was the death of Generals Kelley and Averill, and of General Mulligan. The facts as far as we have been able to ascertain them are that General Averill, after his successful encounter with General Early's forces, pursued to the mountains beyond Winchester, where Early madeting at Harper's Ferry, under the command of General Hunter. As to the extent of the disaster to our forces in the fight beyond Winchester, we have no authentic confirmation; nor have we any confirmation of the deaths of Generals Averill and Kelley and General Mulligan. That the official intelligence from the Valley last night was not as favorable as could be desired may be inferred from the fact that General Wallace convened the Loyal Leaguers last night to advise with them as to hold