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Kelly and a body of Confederates under Bradley T. Johnson and McCausland. The latter are said to have been defeated, with the loss of several caissons and a number of wagons laden with the spoils brought from Pennsylvania. A dispatch from Hagerstown, dated 3d, states that it was rumored there that the Confederates were again crossing into Maryland at dam No. 4. The following is from the Baltimore American of the 4th: The latest intelligence relative to the raid is that the enemyy thousand strong, and engaged in garnering the crops in the Shenandoah Valley. The rebel force operation on this side of the Potomac is said to be eight thousand cavalry. The Washington Star has a report that the rebels again visited Hagerstown on Friday last, to the number of three hundred, and after destroying some government property they decamped. Pennsylvania decided, on Tuesday, to allow her soldiers in the field to vote, adopting an amendment to her State Constitution to t