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A French view of the battle of Manassas.[Translated for the N. O. Delta from the N. Y. Courrier des Etas Unis. The Courrier des Etas Unis, of the 23d inst., has the following remarks on the battle of Manassas: Some dispatches attribute the reversal of the scales to the providential arrival of Johnston's corps d'armee, from Winchester. We are not of that opinion. The reserve which so unexpectedly turned the table had undoubtedly been prepared beforehand, as to the part it was to play in the engagement. This is quite evident from the general progress of the battle. The only object of the Confederates was to allure, as it were, the enemy to the most favorable point, and, at an opportune moment, to rush upon him. This will be fully apparent when we consider their prolonged silence, in not returning the fire of the assailants, their gradual retreat, and the continuance of the fight until nightfall. The late hour of the evening when the attack took place, is doubly explaine