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The battles of Martinsburg. It turns out that Cadwallader of Patterson, (or both, as the case may be,) did not recross the Potomac; but followed Johnston's advanced force, under Gen. Jackson, until it effected a junction with the main body of the Confederate forces a few miles south of Martinsburg. That town is in Berkeley county, upon the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, ten or twelve miles from the Potomac, and twenty miles north of Winchester. The Federalist, according to the most reliaereabout were assembling and a considerable force of them would likely arrive in good time to join Gen. Johnston. The reader will be amused with one of the Washington dispatches, published in our columns this morning, of the effect one of Cadwallader's telegrams had on old "Fuss and Feathers." who caused the old Ape to be aroused from his bed to hear the glorious news of the retreat of Jackson! It is exceedingly rich. The whole Cabinet was in the highest spirits upon the following day! H