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The battle on Greenbrier riverinteresting and authentic particulars.[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] October 5, 1861. A great battle was fought here on the 3d instant, between our forces, under Gen. Jackson, and the enemy. As soon as it was known that the enemy intended to attack us in force, we were ordered to take our positions on our line of defence. The whole were under the command of Gen. Jackson; Col. Johnston, of Virginia, commanding the 12th Georgia regiment, commanded the right wing; Col. Wm. B. Taliaferro, of the 23d regiment, the centre; Col. Rust, of the 3d Arkansas regiment, the left wing, and Col. Wm. L. Jackson, of the 35th regiment, was posted on the hill to the left of the centre. Col. Johnston's command consisted of the 1st and 12th Georgia, (Col. Ramsey's regiment;) Col. Taliaterro's command consisted of the 23d, 25th, and 44th (Col. Scott's) Virginia regiments, and Shumaker's and Rice's batteries. Col. Rust's command consisted of the 3d A
ys the Pensacola Observer of the 5th, came over from Fort Pickens last night, and was taken to the yard this morning. He says on the night of the burning of the "Judah" we killed four and wounded nine of the Federal party. He reports seventeen hundred men on the Island, and two hundred and fifty on the sick list. We did not learn how he effected his escape. A correspondent of the Observer records an interesting event as follows: "There was born in Pensacola, on the evening of the 3d inst., a son to Maj. McDonnell, of the 1st Regiment of Florida Volunteers. "This young recruit being the first male born to our forces withing the lines of this military occupation, will bear the honored name of his brave Commander-in-Chief, so justly celebrated for a 'little more grape.' "We hail with pleasure the advent of this juvenile warrior, and bespeak for him a long life of usefulness to his country, and acquisitions of fresh laurels to adorn the name around which so many blu