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Lieut. Greble's gallant conduct at great Bethel.--The Philadelphia Inquirer has details of the part borne by Lieut. Greble in the Great BLieut. Greble in the Great Bethel affair. It is printed verbatim from the rough notes of a friend of Lieut. Greble, who kindly furnished them for the purpose:-- As sLieut. Greble, who kindly furnished them for the purpose:-- As soon as the confusion arising from the mistake (the cross firing) was over, Gen. Pierce ordered the troops to advance. No scouts were thrown ty of the enemy's batteries until they came within their fire. Lieut. Greble was ordered to unlimber his gun. He advanced, firing his gun alround, for an hour and forty minutes, waiting for a command. Lieut. Greble stood the brunt of the action for two hours; he was begged by sat, I shall retreat, and not before. The enemy made a sortie. Lieut. Greble said to Capt. Bartlett, who was standing alongside of him, Now,ain until the Federal troops had been withdrawn a half hour. Lieut. Greble did not spike his gun, but kept it charged in preparing to with