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om the Northwesta reconnaissance and retreat — health of soldiers &c Camp Bartow, Green brier River,Pocahontas co.Va., Sept, 17, 1861, On the 19th inst., five regiments from Gen. Jackson's command--Cols. Rust's, Johnson's, Scott's, Hansborough's, and Fullerton's --left Camp Bartow, ostensibly for the purpose of reinforcing Gen. Lee, who, report said, was about closing in on the Yankees at Huttonsville. After a few hours' march, however, by the Huntersville road, the gladsome joy ofn, calmly surveyed the scene before us, considered the probabilities of the result of a charge, and satisfied that we could not storm their fort without great loss, (the opinion of Lieut. Col. Barton,) we withdrew further into the woods, where Hansborough had been engaging and killed the few who dared to venture from their den. We broke up one or two teams destined to Huttonsville for supplies, took an assistant Commissary in an Ohio regiment prisoner, left their dead and dying scattered throug