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f the great battle that didn't take place here to-day. That we were to have had a fight to-day seemed a fixed fact. Private Smith had told Private Brown that Corporal Johnes had told him that Lieut. White had heard Capt. Harrison say, that he hearurst upon my enraptured vision a scene which a master hand might delight to paint. Before me stood Johnston, Beauregard, Smith, Van-Dorn, Longstreet, and other gallant officers too numerous to mention, surrounded by brave sons of Louisiana, Georgia I never witnessed greater enthusiasm than that which followed. The air was rent with cheers for Johnston, Beauregard, Smith, Longstreet, &c. There was music from four bands; and the whole conspired to make one feel "who would not be a soldier." sion produced. There were similar scenes at other points. So much for to-day's fight. I believe, however, that private Smith has concluded that he was only mistaken in the day, and that next Tuesday is the appointed time for the great battle.