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Later from the North. We are indebted to the courtesy of Capt. D. J. Hill, of the steamer Schultz, for Northern papers of Saturday, the 19th inst. Brig.-Gen. Kemper, who was wounded at Gettysburg, and taken prisoner, arrived on the Schultz last night, having been brought to City Point by a Federal flag-of-truce boat. The dispatches published below are the latest relative to the Movements of Rosecrans. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 18, 1863. --Rumors have been prevalent here for the past three days of disasters to General Rosecrans's army, all of which have been discredited by the military authorities.--They probably arise from the fact that on Sunday last a rebel force, sixteen thousand strong, attacked General Negley's division, five thousand three hundred strong, at Bird's Gap, and drove them back three and and half miles. Negley recovered the ground next morning, with a loss of thirty-five killed, wounded, and missing. Our forces buried thirty-six rebels found