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terson in a hard place. General Banks and staff have arrived as Harper's Ferry and assumed the command recently enjoyed by General Patterson, who has returned to Baltimore. Before leaving General Patterson issued a proclamation, ing that as the term of most of the troops from Pennsylvania had expired, and nearly all of them were returning home, he, by order of the War Department, relinquishes his command. General Patterson has also published a letter, dated at Harper's Ferry on the 22d instant, explanatory of his movements while in command, in which he says:"General Johnston retreated to Winchester, where he had thrown up expensive entrenchments, and had a large number of heavy guns I could have turned his position and attacked him in the rear, but he had received large reinforcements from Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia--a total force of over 25,000 rebel troops and 5,000 Virginia militia. My force is less than twenty thousand men. Nineteen regiments, whose term of servi
From Washington. Washington, July 29. --The Southerners have forty officers and twelve physicians here who are prisoners of war. The most trustworthy accounts here represent the total force of the Confederate troops at Manassas, on Sunday, the 22st inst., at from 50 to 60,000, and, further, that there were not exceeding 20,000 of that number engaged in battle on that day.