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More about the repulse of Van-Dorn, While we profess not to be alarmists, we at the same time do not wish to understate the serious consequences that may result from the repulse at Corinth. It
be so heavy as it appeared to us to be when we first read the telegram.
It appears that Van-Dorn was successful the first day, (Friday,) and that he captured nine pieces of cannon.
On the secon captured Maury's brigade; but this capture seems to have been temporary; for we are told that Van-Dorn and Villepigue afterwards came up, and not only recaptured Maury's men, but took a whole brigade sissippi, without being seriously impeded in his operations by the reorganized army of Gen. Van.
Our army fought on this occasion with all its accustomed valor, Even the enemy concedes this. cond day at Shiloh.
We cannot but suspect that straggling had much to do with the repulse of Van-Dorn at Corinth.--Unless some means can be found to put a stop to this practice, our victories will al