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Thomas Artillery. --Doubtless it will be gratifying to many to learn that this company, gotten up in this city, and thoroughly equipped by our liberal and patriotic fellow-citizen, James Thomas, bore a very conspicuous part in the great battle fought at Manassas on the 21st inst. Indeed, it is well ascertained that the Thomas Artillery, two guns of Latham's Lynchburg, and a part of Pendleton's Battery, engaged the attention of the celebrated Sherman Battery throughout the entire day, and had the satisfaction of witnessing its entire discomfiture and ultimate capture. The following officers commanded the Thomas Artillery during the engagement: Capt. Phil. B. Stauard, 1st Lieut. Charles H. Thornton, 2d Lieut. Edgar Macon, 3d Lieut. Ed. J. Anderson. Some idea may be formed of the hard fighting devolved upon this company, when we state that seven hundred rounds were fired during the action, and they had killed and disabled twenty horses. Neither officers nor men for a moment falt