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to day's fight. But it began, and tonight while I write the enemy are fleeing and our troops after them. So the combined armies of Pope, McClellan, and Burnside, are driven ingloriously from the field. Several of their regiments were cut to pieces, and in ten minutes all but three of the 1st Pennsylvania were killed or wounded. Kemper a division of our corps captured three batteries; Hood a division passed over thirty pieces of artillery, Gen. Jenkins, of South Caroline, was wounded, Col. Skinner mortally wounded; and many others whose names I have not learned. They outnumbered us by their own account, nearly three to one Anderson's division was slightly engaged this afternoon. "The fight did not commence until 4 o'clock, and even now occasionally I can hear the booming of big guns coming back on the air, as they harass the retreating enemy. The passengers by the Central train, yesterday, were familiar with no facts beyond what has already been laid before the public.