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VOL* XXIII.N?* 6,944.
NEW-YORK. TUESDAY. JULY 7, 1863.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
IHE GREAT VICTORY.
Our Whole Army ?n Motion.
wtmh Meade'*. Headquarters Near
frederieli!
Tbe Rebel Army still Struggling to
Escape,
Our Cavalry Reaping Harvey of
Stragglers.
Destrne.ion of Bridges on the
Potomact
_0TEME!?TS PP AEX?LLIARY UNION FORrE?S.
Gen. Couch Marching on the Rebel Flank.
Don. French Moving; to Intercept Them.
BTRU-G HOPES FOI. A WHOLESALE CAPTURE.
Con. Meade'l Coaitfatulatorv Address.
Our Whole Army in ITfotloe.
*kV?MltSerOSi Motiilav, July g IM
Our whole army is in m . ion, and the li 11m1
L ?*?* urti eiitorttiii.ed th-1 1 at a inip.ll p rtionol
Gi?. Las t tiru?y will he u A lo reach Valrg?da.
- -a- -
.?Icitilc'a II. ti ii <| ti if u r* *>sr I'reH.rlcla.
I ti ?liiKB. Monrlnr. July t.. i
Bri.'. Gen. II. IIuuj I, 1. ivisg tt.e d:rccti'>n ol' tbe
Ci'iii'.iiutiiciitinj- cor;.?, lone* I here at ?Mnigbl lae
aiif't, and h?'! an interview willi lien. Sehen?k.
I ii n'cloik on 8 .;? ! y ? baa den. Haupt let
the he "4**a_Teen gd (jen. Meade, the et??'iny was
II? nug. Meade'* h.aihiuarHra were at Crthyen
L- ra, Md , ernie 15 miles north of Frederick, urn!
!??-'! iv he is, no d? ?''i, a: liclotick.
Qi a. Ilalleck i. in pOBBBflaiea of geveral rennt
d. iii h.e indi. OeS. Meale, and fmiu (her Iniie
dt .r*-*. ti.at Lee ha-i s ti lit-red a diii-dron* defeat.
TI ? following hu? licou pooled Bl Heevl'i'iarteri:
" ?l.'.lv ices from tbe army np t-o 2 p. m. on Fiiaditr,
gil.:? Mut '?en. Meada s He&dr*aaiten were a*. Crea
f -luwij la.t nil-'it, und were, to he at Frederick to
d. ..
" (len. ?eade hi.s t-leirraplied tha? I.ee'i army is
te :? al.:,-..'
I.? n. liiipnirirh m ?it or It -- Ilf-att-urtion ef
ti I'eiot?ur ?*dIritl.e.
gtHBHen a, .Md . July 9, 1I?3.
? A courier f. in G ?UjabsUg to-day report* that
G ;.. M.aue s u-iiiy tins _ mb_|g advautu'l six ?ile?
| , ,.-'thc hattle-Aet?)*, and was adrancinj* wln.-u
i? t un * left. Ti- i<-l....> retired without givioj;
i. Te-da** a brigade of Bessl cavalry, spaa a
?. .?i:.i!Oi*saiii?e, adv.-. .? ed M? , h?>liie?to-?Vii,ln mile**
fru?a Frederick. ( ob KiIpstriek'l ravalrv ?Attncked ?
ti.-:.i v;?or?>-..*ly, vv'iet. 'hey retired after a fi?eble re
|.- .'.'. Mei-:.*..:.'!>tr<-,vn ia lo the left mu! rear of
G ?. tlaaaVian. ?, u "l eevea miles ?.uth of lim
c ?Ui ury.
UatarCele'aladggaataal ?Maryl.ii*! Cbvalry u> j
r* -:ri'...: it ?? ? i- tie?wetk bridge over Ibe Pa
lease. mee by the li '.??? hacroaatag their cavalry.
. f party ?vho uir.de tbe dash eeatstsaay iu this vi
rl iiy ?-recaed there. ? ?in of the prtaaaen capturad
t. i A Ing Waian a n- a n-.irie. fr<>_ Ni:.nt in !-??,
? ?.. i.- d on Lit i ? ? - na ii.e| ?iii ?iel for Lie. Hot be* I
li - tesrebsd iti.i .e-.'i'ii-iy sitar his capture, bede?!
? tie.,. ,n li. iv ?y har-?. Urn >>'he <?'..-.
t ...e'r-ni ie**,* *. ? ' 'v Ma ?r Foley t ??*l*i*i**?-<1 lol
JV Laws't K- bel .i.tirioti. si ? ?tttseut I'urk beeaaaa i
li v I'tt-ti se i.'iT.i..ou ia ah uti da ii'e and inure th?ji ?
ih' v oeold tii.d ; rt.
I.:?ter ?Tram nurriebiir-t ('oin't'a Troo*i?
ttnr inl-t?. on ?lie Ilt'iil?.
R__i ?".. , . Mi lay le'- r V ~:<
Gi .. C* . '.??i ; itbed forward aU bu tdGgltiv-j
mb/rta le colgarais with aiiJ juia the Aunt-of _he I
1 ic, an-t? ii? hy - Her oi ("?en. Meade, puthlat?1
I ?COM Ita Wi.rd i.rj rapid y as ? ey .ne organ*
it* 1. 'I'.'.?? mu itiY wit;, i-rf u? .ned" i. .: ! .
ti in hie pawer, ii.? ?.ivan. ?? is abai ? ...
?* ! i, tri?? ?aoxy, aad aa?og m lha gloi 'ins : ??
I.-? ?u isr i.i ha '??t., hoh.v ..li the i iel s ie tbe
| a lat?is lee i ng nie tbe Cb i land ?
:. -? ?.. ?r?. Tu.*, b d at fer tbeperpseeo.
r- ita -, -v rapidly paibiag I I W
? ?
" be n. .ar.tsia i? fall ol disorganized trnt.| a Cn u
1-?.-s ?r?.,y, ?..d tney are arriving vvitbin our liu'^s
a?, ft .
? ? u ope si I r (le". 1'ierce, forn'-lv Milroy'i
< grrii I yt_ierdsy si C?ba-tberahorg, aad
j - tali : satis, whets ibsysaptaiad 600
y wa, S v m lasdsd with pisador, aid :<
| ? of Artillery Tue pneonoci wsie r-tia^l rs
i g iImsIi v. .j.} to Um I'liiiiuiic, iaeoapenj wii
t . Ita?as.
.'. . ?;,.- ?'. tram Cbaaiberebe-g t! is mornin| ai.;, s
?' ? ? m 1.1- din ?. ion ni ilu-o. *?
l*?*S li k* uf..-.\nii IDhI ?lie... Fieiich ii.is in ?d'- au
Bl I '?.at vu laky, ou tu?* ?.run.? ?
. i. t
(lea. Ca ? m. log, io eowpeay wiib
a ni. ? t.'
.' I at ?.evv? from the At ii |
? '. .,ac.
Alii ?oir of Crams, d'oui li "a l'onti fJov. f -al?
lia i. unit .?loir Tr?o|i*i I-'ortvurd ?Ila- in
ttaiK.ua Is I'lilvirirr- liie BsSWg?
I' i tai . B1 a. Me ? i, j .
tbs fold viii g i-ciegrULi ha! ben reeeWsd ft.....
ila Gcv
" ?I ii:r.i'iii la?, Jo j J ?gaj-i
"l\l A I'.,aft ftoBBSTI ?'
" '. ? .. r..y eonui t 1- d ht (len. I
ii.,- :.: ;. . , Import ml ?? *?
vi Vs.. m, add ; I tnrvvMrd, und "? . r
?eelti boas d'.a). <??-:.. ? . bje tclej
*
i late ii ; with ee much gsner :
ly fut v e. st m i * rther deby _? tbs city, i
im tm Ul -.li- 'W' i, li
Ire . ia i t j t .:. |t ., . M
ia] end ?? . ? i ,
'"?.'"ti - I prepared 'it- li.wary ;f de
?' I
'? MBpeOtOI ! il?:, a- i m-., LU,... |r,-,
*? 1 tnen. !
i>"":,'-. ? id nMke everytbiog yield to tbi pseaenc
*.'u.."is 'ei**. A. t), Ci-i.tiv."
tht t BVWlarf AtaXhtMt ou Hit* Fl'i-jr It? licit
lupiur? of a 1 laiu -and u Lsurge .\iiiii
hfr of !*? I?MM ??
CSBSS^pBteWS, MJ, M<?lilley, Juiy *), 1 -J.
ttie i-, bj aaleirt that oa ?S.? ui ta]
H_H_aai gag cavalry aider Kilpatrick lataiieplei!
I itUc-tiug truiu ?vi Babaj ?*^0M t',: !? I
THE BATTLE-FIELD AROUND GETTYSBURG.
The above iketch cf tbe lmttlef;ed at Getlyrbur^ it? tepagMphtaal fii^'iiiier?, und i?, then fore, la tai I ttf Pmttl line? in ret atrung tl.o ??uni ot attack, j BeBBJOO-i and iuh?iunthilly maintained. The eleva
?BB ?ada by one of our correrpondmt*, who care- I ?"?etnfial joint?, absolutely corn?'.. Tie WOOd b 11 e t-ni t.,y was ?oiupelled to march hi? infantry in
fully aaanbed iba tefagraabj at the country aod I ?"nl ?.f ,u Mt *** iB **** ******* "i1.'1 ?? !,!'" " ar "f * *rt'':"r>' a ***** "'?""?'' "'"'- "
ibaraagjhly uudtnitood me ?uuutiou, it wa? euliiint
fonood, | ?| watery to ibaigiag ra Un h 't. Won ii
trot.? ? i t .-iij ,i d ile \toi tu i n the lett. Hy refeni. ri?
lli n aacapbaJ by the Rabal artillery was trtti-'i
lower thun that on which the National tro.i? s wer
poostag bora eao ?tag te Iba other. The positbas posted. Tbopaahlba wa? well aalaabtod be In
of the trent? ?ere climbed ut the i > n . i,c ve re- j fi nee, and fore? d the eueuiy to light at great di?ad
ed for correction to ?everal Tiot-?!? Igpifbaaad | io the Mp it will be ?c*ii tiiut Meade ?wai over | gabad. 1 he lo?alton on ihe map is the one tit InllvaBMfl
Joaaa'aBrigadaaf ravolryi Ibbbbbv nnd artillery, !
eera Monterey on the Bagerstewa Bad Gettyabarg
load. Ho captuietl Mit) ?boaers, iaeladitig 900
woaadodofloan. Ifea!?o touk 1^0 wagon?, au!
two go im. The nagora wara leetrayad.
'lite Ilel ela wire ?npfotl ly Mrpibod, and aaabb
to wake any NltoM rWtatBBM?
Firing wa* beard in the diie.-ti n of t!ie enemy*
reden..ng coluiun yesterday BftWBOOa.
It wa? probably aaaaad hy wir ravaliy and lybg
hiitierie? j rt???n?.' on the i Beny'l reai.
II*>o.i.ii, r,i., July ii, 18'iii.
There wa* a cavalry fi-irht to-day, four milt? Math
of Gettysburg, between ?.'ii fere? and the rear-d'
] Ht o'? army, which u> now I uj ? aod to be on the ra*
i ti eat to HttgerHt'.iwn.
? Our cavalry toi.iinue to 1 riag in large nuiuber? of
Bebo! ?.ri?oner?.
I.ni. .Tlrmlr'a .lil.lu ?? lo lil? Army.
llaiBqiUBtBBI 11 Bl o? rnTi,a?c, I
KOSa lui. tam nu, July 4, .;.i..i. J
<-!-i! At. Quin-, No. i.-i.-The -Tnaanndinn
i ?> . ciiil. ni behalf of the country, thunkn tin Ai:. \
ef the Poteerae for the gioiioi.it rcmiltof tbeneeal
na Oweaemy, soporbr in 1,1111.1??, and
with tin- pride of HMaaaaM itivn ion, at-.
i ;.:.,' d Io ovei. tune or daattt y tina ann;-. ll..l'li ?'.
11 ml defeated, he lu? now v. ithdrav.-ti fruui tat BBB?
test. TI t-priva: iinc und fatiga? iba urn y han ??::
aod the barab eooragoaad galbotry it di
\ played, wiO he SMtten "?' bbtaey te be ever retm-i..
beroda
! Ourta?k i? not yet BBBBBBjHAed, an 1 the Com
?i ' :.'.:??! Io tin- anny for gnat? effort!
o drive fron our ?oil avery ventile o? the praraaN
.,: the lovadar.
It Is right aad pnper tbal we should, on nHliWi
?.-, return our gi itofol tbaski telba Ataigbty
li.i-i r. totetmoM that io the goodoeaB of Hie pror?
D'nie, Hi- bal iboogbt ht lo give victory lo tf.t
oa ? of ibojoat,
ltj coinain ii i>: Maler-Oea Mkai.b.
B WILLIAMS A.a.O.
Th.- Peri-eel Itoul of l.rr.
B?iBinna Meade?? Wy I?Rssn
If my i.''?? bal ni. Li arra I Ion iiih I ih> not kaOW
what tecali it unit. l'li-.ii. le an- comiiif: ?" ben
by tb 'h? n '? Over 8,000 bora already arrived
hi ie, iiijil tit ii. ?Si beaeh lia? onWr? U> prej arc to re
c.i- '? .10,00-0 nora oinady eaptwod.
Tho rcadabog ti line of Um Rebel?' retreat in
e'reut. willi wagon.'., ...niion, ?mall ?inn?, and ram;'
sqqipags. BhOadBBad hy tin- enemy. The Ki !" I
iii. iii.ii tt.o berara und nabi fco? tb.'-ir bada of
i'iifiir h aad atona, ni.d, *m tatfag Ibea, paal fat
the river.
Couch 1 u h ?n,ii? a jUiiClion witb Anatle, upd tLe
fresh mil.tin are ?laiighttring oii.l captut lag _M
giaybaeki by regim? nts um! brigedi i. Hot < a
'?nth of lit. s army ?"an pooali ly g t hack to Di-IC
hy the route tiny raine. Il II Sud A lil)H*AT roll
I-? I , Mt T IT IS ? ItiTAI. nul"-.
Tbe fallowing ia the bulletin jii't issued at hcftd
?jUirtt-i :
Dsriag Fiiihiy night the enemy C"tiiiiienre?! to
retreat raj ally towaril (In ein -?ist!?? iind HagSfS*
ti ?vii, Cn n. Mi ade full living rapidly in pursuit, ami
ia?mi' the entire ciivalry for?* opeiatii.g in ti.o
t m ni*.'.-' ,i-ar.
Dp la IS oVock on Sntnrdi.y nmtny B-BaMNids ?>f
prieouarsbadhaea esptared am! sent to tin-tear,
with a kiga asabsr sf caawea ami wagons. The
ruiit of ti | BW n y is iti'ir<t ? BBBplatS and disastrous.
Gea. Preach w ill btereepi bit living columns at
II., .i-dot.ri, mu? Maryland, ae will iu I'entiayl*
\..in.., will anon ka rill of the inviidera.
li. ii. u of the lim m? I In Poeleon
Bri?!.?-? I!? ???..jil!.
Sr in ?, sn i tu i ao. July J, 11*3.
Tiie Babebl have retreated tdwan! the POtOMM.
li.cn tkinstaben were drivsa in laut night, and a
iniill gavafiy for?", ptebebly theil rear gil?'-"',
pared U,mugil Klll.'iietllbllig tins llinruil.g sholl,
daylight.
Oat ini"??* liavt; been engagcl all day in burying
ibe dead, relieving ike woondul, mel eeOeetiag
? u.a'I*.?m h, liaili v li,<a.?..lids of w h.i li hi longed t't
the Bobeta.
The Iii lil pontoon bridge at dam No. i has been
di tii'.i'l hy our cavalry, alinott unopposed, and
our (..vain, al the last advi?er, hail gone up to
H i lli.iii.-i ort to dektr.') the tw?i bridges there.
Other | re; aratlons aru in progress to iutorcept
f?en. lui; a pin-sage of the I'otoniiic, und our uiuiy ii
already in motion.
Sn min h time, how. ver, hat elapsed since (len.
Lee comment eil to w.thdravv Ins lincea fr<>ni our
lu.nt thiti Ins advance ui?jy have leachetl Williaiiii?
jort iu tirii'" to ?toe? before vv?? can jrevut it.
duli. Let ycitenlay | aroled about ?.t'OO Union
prisoiieiH. Thoy who received hy Uen. C'liieh.
It is not ti ue, Bi "I., ed, thal <>eu. Loligrlrvt was
?i.? tiii.'.l and diet! walinu our lii.es.
Osa. I'uiii, Chief ef Aniilery, ?was not wsasdod.
iJotii oi ibeea ?un isaette wen? apparently weil
autbenticatttl, and fully believed.
Ksain 'iics. lui-1 ?'? i' m
Aiejkrt ] revtiils to-day that the Babel tinny is
retreating, m b (Htorgtahwd (MrtHittaa. dowa ti"
Bssaabare Valley, irving to rssch the Poloawn
1'ribiUeis ure broagbt in hy oar scouts hartl'iotcd,
loflcrbli froin wain tfftsd.
Tho priaoufri icg, rt t-e io-di iii??.'??] wnlLtltlij
goit g tovtanl '1 e liver, nuil n.any tak.rig refuge in
i.e m.nil':.in-?. The hi-iivy nilli? of ye?iertl.ty ren?
d? r 'lu- iivtr too blgh IO Bra? Bl the tttma.
V'-tciday forty liol?-!?, of tim I .'lb \'irginia Cuv
airy, iia?hed down tie 11 ni per ? terry road, driving
ii ' tir pi. ket? io the outm-iii? of Kieth rick. A party
..f '?iviiirt aad lolhuby waiaaad anti nptarad four
ii the Bebel party, bil the i ibera? aped.
Hal ir Poley, of Iba PoartwBth PaBaaytraob
Canary, ?Hi a Mr ill tit'io ! mellt, yet-ti id ,y de
??I :oted the Kel.ti (Milito, .n bridge of h? ab over IN
Potoarae? Palibg Watara, foot aiil? from W11
liii'import ; the hriig?? wa? farteucil to the \ irgini i
n.le and IWBBg ttoiMi the river to prevent the t i:r
I ?at earryiag it away. Agorad? three hoadrad
1 Rebeb, abo wore eoranped oo the Morylaad ?nie.
nae attached by Mabr roby, routed, aad nsteoa
prih.iiiir?, f'.tir ?ioi??h, two nu.le?, and two ?utter?
wag an cap'tired ind brought hen- la.-t night.
Major Foley daatrayod live ?agaa4aadaaf am
muuili'iti hy i nulling it into the river. Lieut. Bb00| .
of the M'h Ti ini?y Ivnni'i Cavalri, ?wain the riv.r
un.'t-r lite Irinii the lieleli? on the Virginia ?ide, got
a I oat, hroiigi.l it to thin ?ide, and the party then
rroe-td on the bout, net fire to lim pOBlOOa Bridge
ami cotiipleti'lv de?troye.l it. Major Foley did not
lan a inan. An iiiipi.rniiit capturo Wita lindo at
tireein-acile, on Thur?ility, hv Cup!. Ilahlgreu of
rii-asaiiion'a Cntalry. [i'lnla. Inquirer, 6tb.
Kilpulrlck Ain-r NiDurt.
Branaaaa July s. ii?"j.
In MBBIfW ce of information tluit Stuart wea
about to make a raitt upon our rear Ibfa afternoon,
Ki'i Btrbb waa *ent out on onr right. ?Soi.io caiin.ui
ndiiig waa heanl, but up to 'J o'clock he had nut re?
turned to camp. Should the enemy be found hern
in the niorninir, thettbof July will rec ive additional
? ?one for commemoration.
?
The I.oibcb.
Hlilyi an ll.H? Amil O? Til? PotoBAC, 1
J . a ii. I.. .1 i
Tho Itelicl lieneral Pender is wouudod. (?en.'?
It- m, .-r and .h l,ii-oii, Hebel?, are killed. The Unhid
lotee? are ottimateil al !M,imHI. Our troO|.? ar? in
the hi/.,lu ?t ?puiis. (len. Iluttertleld'? Wound i?
?n'ira (eVtni ll.au wini expected, but i* not lal all
lerioui. The lu I < Is ahaudoiied their killed and
wounded. T. B.
Int ?.lent? on Ihn Unlit.-Hi lil n?nr ii, tt'n
barg? dallant tomlin I of Tro?|?e?Ad?
vantage oi Foaiiloa II? ttvf I.osaea?
Tribune lim? r|.ri?? Mo Mlrnggling.
I rom lim S;ii-c.?l I on?.i'".i''.?ut.
i.amain nu, I'?-. Halurd??, July I, 1. ?it.
After the Hrigi.de tr? ni the llth Coi jw, i oiu
i.iHitltd hy Col. Nohlo ol'the 17th Connecticut, bud
tjipelltil the enemy? ?kirtninlicr-and abarpaho t
? r? fin? i Qot-tyabarg, the ?vend lagfaMBte inarch?.!
through the ?tri el? willi tolor? Hying and the baud
pluyiiigthe Nati-.nul Air?.
Olli ii.'i'i? ii till Lav. I-ai.o* iii ut; io'ti.? Le J
heirs on his person six wound.? i mm micket bal'?,
one in the groin is very severe. It is believed i.?
vvill recover. Mia. Harlow it heie ministering to
?ut Lii-diund.
(len. ?Si hir.iineit'enig escaped capture by rerortii.e
IS a dod?.'c wbettby of tho sharpest Vnnlice. TVhcu
he found his retreat cut oil', ho sei/.ti ii tLo coat of a
I rivate mid buttoned it olosely over h:s uinfonn; he
was ki nded down uutl ma over by a gang ol
Bebell Who were aller \ luiah-r. He tl.cn stumbled
away into a ccliar, itii.i lay linio concealed and
without food for two days, but when ho heard the
boys playing *? Yankee Iloo.Ho" in tho street?, be
fa.light it sale to BOB! out. He is now in coiuinund
of his brigade and ready for work.
The llttfI t'orie lost in killed, wotirnlcd and mite
ing, 1,01V) men. The 1st Corps los? foots up neatly
J.UOU. The 12th L'or?, s lost in killed and Woti?do!,
'.'73, missing 2-12,17 illict ra killed aud 13 wami. d.
Olio regiment, the 2nd Mans., iii Slot tim's Corps,
lost 11 i ti.cars in a chnr,-e, jet when tins division
was rc| u1 eil the regiment fell hack Li perfect order
and each soldier in his place.
rjharp-.hi'o'ing has become a serions service in bat?
tle. 300 men from our brigade were ihot in the
r.llc-pltii on Friday, by a hull a dozen of the enemy t
thiirpshooteri concoaltd iii a brick house in the
suburbs of (iettvsbtirg. The house might have beou
destroyed, but in doing this many othara in the
town tv..ni.I have I ecu duinut-ed; it ia a question
however, whether tho whole town ii woith the
lives it cost t? lave it.
Tbo -ml Ilngsdo of tho 3d Division, 2nd Corj-s
number,nu I ?i'O tuen, lost half ita numbers in battle,
und tho -nd lliigado, 2nd Division of the tame Corps
iu the I ait charge of the enemy ou Friday eveuing,
raptuied fruin tho enemy double their own number
in prisout-is, incliid.ug lim. _____g_i and Ii vu bat*
tle-tlugt, all within tlrirty-live pacea of the 2ud
Corpa halteriee.
The Babel cavalry was in Constant trouble; if it
upptaml bay ead ibe**aeteetioaoftheialhatty Uaea
on either Hunk, it was ch?irge?l ?uto I y the -NuiioiiaJ
covuliy, and sent pell-mell back to its bidiug-place; j
audif too far within its own lines, tl.u hoisei wcro
deni'Ualired by tho g-plgefaa of ria Ile. Tho COUi
maud waa of no -ten-ice to the enemy, but tho men
soon became a reproach iu the ey es of their com?
rades.
Perhaps one of the mott important feature! of the
line of baille waa the facilities it allorded to euch
port,mi to rc-cuforco any point of attack. The
eaeary was com; died to wareb from ?evou to uino ' !
mile? in going from oue wing to the other, whereus
Ibggg n.dus ou the diameter of n circle waa the dis* 11
lauco between Ir?ehde'a eiuemo infantry Hanks. (
Hit t ii' un-iiuin u ?are .real advanUAiC, dud leve- i '
' ? ? ? m
ral ti mea enabled the Commending General to
rapidly concentrate his whole fore* at the point of
danger.
After the battlefield esme into oar possession, a
private soldier who had been wounded in the fool
was found lying in the gran, ander a bosh) he had
wiped his gun and taken off tbe lock to clean it.
When found, he was in the act of potting it to?
gether again. To tbe question?what he woe doing
- tbere ? he replied, " I am getting ready for another
pop. I have two boxes of cartridge* left"
The citizens of Adamsand York Coantiee are send
- ing in large quantities of tuppliei for the ?ick and
wounded, and all the farm-houses and barn* in Iba
neighborhood of the battle-field are used ra bra*
pit?is. One of your correspondent* bas ?vinced a
commendable ?al in the practice of bis profession
' and at tbe same time Mrvicg the Government.
On Thursday Mr. Byingtoo discovered that a tab?
graph instrument and operator were at Hanover) bo
procured a band-car from tbo President of the rail*
road and sent on expedition down the road to repair
tbe wire. This accomplished, a dispatch waa rant
through to Tua Titiiiu.tr announcing the progreso
of the battle ia advance of all other linee.
Preiident Lincoln was in the Washington office ai
the time and wa* told of tbe passage of the message
over the wires. It was then 10 o'clock Thursday
night, and no dispatch bud yet been received al
Washington.
The President initructed the operator to iaqairB
of the operator at llanover who Byingtoo b f Mr?
Byington replied by referring the President to a men?
ber of his Cabinet, and also telegraphed to Mr. Lia?
coln that a railroad waa in running order to within
six miles of the battle field, and recommended thal
trains be sent for the wounded. Tie Pr?sident re
plied that a train wia'd be sent next day.
It has been remaiked that never in the history ot
this army wa* there so little struggling as during tko
week of march and battle jaet closed. Gen. Mesd'B
order on discipline bus had a good elt'ect. J. R. s.
On Friday night, after the bottle had cloeed an J
ail was fabl, several general officer* were standing}
on Cemetery Hill, discuning the events of the day*
One of the <dicers remarked, that he did not lika
the extreme silence of the enemy, it looked aa If ha
was pr?cticiug ?onie strutegy. Woll, replied Gen*
Howard, it i* evident that Gen. Meade ie in a coo*
dition to detect and prepare for any new scheme
Le? may develop. A very eiguificant nodding o|
head? told that lhi* wa* a degree of confidence in
the ability ol'the Commanding General not alwaye
enjoyed by tbe Army of the Potomac. J. n. s.
The Oeairncilon of the Crw-'ng at W11*
linni.pori li.f.at of Ile ??-vi Cavalry ?
Occuputlon ?fa Cap in Mouth .Hanntaia
Mam .Tirade He-enforced by Gone. Foo?
ler and Peck, with 1N.OOQ Won? tuarn.
French Taking Pooitloua in the Nona*
lain?- Troopa Forwarded fron* If arrisa
bur? lit-r'e Kacnp-e Caneidered Inapaa*
aiblr.
From i '-i ???ii? 1?1 CorrtiponiUat.
IlABBiasrae, Fa, Jaly I, HU .
Intelligence hna reached thi? place that yesterday
Mdj.-Gcn. French texA, a foice toward Williame*
port, which was ?ucceesfal in capturing and dratroy?
ing the pontoon train of the Kebela. The guard,
coniiftiog of a lieutetisnt and only 13 men, wera
taken. Their cavalry attempted to captare one of
our Hair.?, I "it inloru allon having leen given to oat
force?, Gen. Kilpatrick, with Stahel's Cavalry, al*
tacked and rotued them, and alco druve them fro? a
paaeiu South Mountain w ti ich be tGeu.K.) now occu?
pies. U?o*. Poetar and Pack are koown to have ar? ?
lived with 16,000 mea, aad effected a jaactiuu witto
Cien. Ileade'e forcea. Gan. Kreuch boo fa.len beek,
and occupies the gape in the mountain*, and siso
goat da the fords. The recent raine have caused tbo
river to rise concidersbly. Gen. Lee has every maa.
in the field, even ?king bis train guards. The or*
rival of our reinforcements stru:k terror to tba
hearts of the Rebels, who are reported making their
way buck. Troops from this place are b*ing sent
fnrwurd, and everything looks favorsbie. Tba
Philadelphia City Troop, Capt. Bandai!, wfco bara
been doing good service in the adjoining coantiee,
arrived here ye?terday.
/ .-?ii.'.?Ti'if.w rthy intelligence has been re*
. >-:v. d here that Geo. Meade baa captured 25,000
prisoners and 118 guns. It is believed that Lee a
? istroat is impossible.
The I! veil? mont in I'hllnd? Iphla The En*
liatitieiil til Del'-fudire?The People Fnllf
uriou???l ni I.nal?The nppcaranre at
?Btriebaraga?Vba Attnck ?? tarli?!??
-Um. Mtitlut'a < ?tvitlrr.
Ha iubSH ko. Krld.y. J ily ?, 1163. '
FbMbg li:oi|gh Phi.aiwljhia, yeaterday, eu routa
i r ti it? phuto, one began io have louie idea of tba
raajtaaaaateaaa lhj\ abvaabapil'e?uiylvania*
I The ?tie.-ts were thrived with people eagerly dil*
, i it .1 ?. the "label news" and anxiously awaiting
IthaaR-Walaf '"?still batar" intel.iget.i:e. Following
? Iruii.'i.ce... nil sizes vigoromly heating drams of
cid' i. nt ii'i.i tp.ie?tionable so.mil, were the ue\t re*
? eralla who ?:ud cou.o and were ?lill coming forward
! " Cm the immerget;ey. " as one of the plackardi baa
; it." It i* medics* to Mf that the recruit* were ra?
OBBBgb Witt nany, however, it wit? evident that
tin- ttm?t wit* fully utide't-toi I and would be deter*
, um.e?ily met. Other*, lmwever, i.laiuly allowed
i tnat they regarded the mutter a? a pleasant spitoda
in life and lou.-idered iilarina sol lier a fine thing.
At the rooms of Hie Union League, on Cbeituul
-n.vr. ?omethm? of real earueiitieie and work waa
Miaalfl? Eighty men from one lactoiy were thora
aaaaBBbbd, who had come forward to n?fer their ?er*
vi.en, itiitl live? if need be, to aid in driving the if.?
vadera tn in tbo Keystone State. 1 hey were ad*
dretsed hy the lion. Wm. 1). Kelly, wbo in a fe?
very complimentary remark* introduced Major-iiea.
Stahel, a gueit of the League, to the lotijaoy. Tha
General wits hsartily received by all, bat. a? Junga
Kelly remarked, "beings fighting and no* B ?liligi
man," was excused from inaknig a ?j ??ii. 1 ho
afternoon train brought Gov. Curtin from Han..?
hurg, ui.d a large couumrse of peo) la ai?*mbled ia
front o? the Continental to ray their ?eooeb to theif
Governor, who addre-w-ed the aa*.'inhl?ge iu a ?tir*
ntiif ipeecb. 'ihe boiineiaof reoruitiug gora rapidly
forward, with what success may be inferrsd iron?
th* ?latemeut that the regiment ?turted hy the Union
I .??: gue bas already increased to the dimension? of a
brigade. The city w? elive with rumor* of every
p.i?*iltle description, many of which of the moat
exaggerated and impoaaiblo sort, were readily be*
lieveii by the credulous.
The tir?t object in Harriiburg which greeted my
eves na I looked from the car window lo the dim
/rsy of morninp', whs a man in citizens' cloihss, with
ttois-l ult, cartridge-box, and musket, doing fu?rd
duty. My mind instantly revetted to the deys ol
Tti.Hiid I drew a picture of relt-*acriflbing patriotism
tam tlnvotiou of which the honeat poison before ma
wa? the immediate subject. 1 have unes learned
fiwm ritlaana themselves that whilj number* como
forward ? sid in the defense of the city, tbere io
hi. king n.iit drong determination lo do or di* wbicb
?loee gio? f>rm und weight to inch en apriiiug.
Igainare lind the "pUynig*oldier" predominant?
11., tth.rti) being rowle to orgtuizs and ditciplina
H,i- m mil* meet with but bille co-operatiou. ?
wifh t.' do j muire to all. lhere are of conns ntim*
hera ni true men who aro guided hy the right princi?
pien, end who ?tnve by their seal lo overoome tha
nitictiily inactivity ol others. But tbal ternbla
eoroeetao? of purpose which ?bould b* ???u unmis?
tikully mi every lace,, and which alone will end
t tim Wat, ia ?ndfy lacking. Many of tbe citizen? fled
their homes at the cry of danger. Others, ra a pro*
soatbaary meaaure, moved their goods, bat ra*
i:n,n id themselves. Most of the st?res are dowd,
mi I the principal ocenpation of the many appear* to
he to li?ien to every item ol newland repeat It will?
rini.i'iii.ini.ui^t? of their own. The scenes at tho
billige, over which no civilian, not even correspond*
?M an ellowed to ero?* to the other side, ore Tory
? K?n?Stb?to ' '*

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