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und the town. They stood at Darkesville--six miles from the enemy--four days, in battle line, inviting an attack from Cadwallader and Patterson; but finding that they would not advance, or leave the town of Martinsburg, where, for several reasons, ot be over twenty thousand, and probably not more than fifteen thousand. P. S.--Gen. Johnston, in a note, invites Cadwallader to come out of Martinsburg. --The invitation was declined. Johnston told him that he (Cadwallader) had a superior forCadwallader) had a superior force (in numbers) and ought, therefore, to be willing to give him a fair fight. Johnston also told him that he had gentlemen to pit against his canaille, and he did not intend to expose them unnecessarily. It was a complete, a cowardly back out on therefore, to be willing to give him a fair fight. Johnston also told him that he had gentlemen to pit against his canaille, and he did not intend to expose them unnecessarily. It was a complete, a cowardly back out on the part of Cadwallader. P.