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Current events facts and Incidents — war matters-- Choice extracts from Northern journals, &c., &c. The Rev. H. R. Scott has addressed a letter to Dr. Tyng, date St. Paul's Rectory, Va., August 12th, 1861, giving some facts in connection with the battle of Manassas, which is published in the Baltimore Exchange. We make some extracts: Never has any army been more deluded than that "grand army" which retreated so hastily from Manassas. In trying to minister to the spiritual comfort of the many wounded that have been left behind, I have had frequent opportunities of hearing, from their own lips, an account of the gross deception which had been practiced upon them. They were told that the great body of the people in the South were Union men, ready to rally around the "Stars and Stripes" as soon as they could do it with safety. While, on the contrary, there never has, in the history of the world, been seen a greater determination in any people to struggle, even unt