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Progress of the war. The Yankee dispatches. The dispatches in the Yankee papers are curiosities in their way. The New York Herald, of Saturday, professes to give the very latest news, and to be ahead of its contemporaries. One of its dispatches, dated Baltimore, 3d, 10 P. M., says that Meade had driven Lee, four miles northeast of Gettysburg. This is followed by a dispatch, dated Hanover, Pa., 4th, 1 A. M., three hours later, which says Lee had been driven only three quarters of a mile. A telegram in the Philadelphia Inquirer, which the telegrapher says is a "brief and candid statement," says the Yankees were "repulsed, overpowered, and outflanked," on Wednesday, but on Thursday repulsed the rebels with "substantial success." On that evening he says Gen. Meade called a council of his corps commanders, and it was resolved to continue the fight so long as there was any one left to fight. A dispatch about Friday's fighting, dated at midnight, states that the fighting was fe