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seem to be as telegraphed you last night, that at six o'clock on Sunday morning Sigel was driven from Leetown and Dartville by a superior force of the enemy, whose co far as ascertaining their numbers is concerned. Falling back on Martinsburg, Sigel was again obliged to retreat, this time to the fortifications at Harper's Ferrylosses in men cannot be great, because of the insignificance of the force under Sigel at the time of the attack. That the forces of the enemy cannot be very gren the fact that, with all the forces of cavalry they are represented as having, Sigel escaped with but very few captures. It is hardly probable that more than one-t Staunton and Lynchburg have advanced northward with this mythical "host." Sigel now has a sufficient force to help himself if he will. He holds Harper's Ferryed home. Baldy Smith has gone North on sick leave. It is rumored that Sigel has been removed from his command. Gen. R. E. Lee's personal property is a