ey in change except U. S. Treasury notes, thus virtually robbing the citizens of their property under the pretence of paying for their goods in rebel money, which is everywhere in Maryland regarded as worthless.
We do not hear of more than a rebel cavalry picket on the Baltimore road, near New Market, on the turnpike, and Monrovia, on the railroad.
Gen Burnside was said yesterday to be threatening the enemy's lines near Hyattville, which would indicate that they had retired from Middlebrook, some six miles towards Frederick, on his advance.
The fight at Poolesville — Handsome Aid from our friends in Maryland.
The only resistance our troops encountered in crossing the Potomac was from the 1st Massachusetts cavalry; who had been appointed to that duty.
They were fired into by the Confederates, and scampered at a rapid rate.
A letter to the New York Tribune says:
The road had been clear in the morning, and was counted on for unobstructed retreat; but while the man