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he juggle of their canteens and their regular tramp, they move the field. No slogan announces them, nor any note tells that the Campbells are coming. But hardy, brave, and comparatively fresh, here they are. Two fresh divisions at such a time — what can they not achieve: Forward at once they go, for was rightly reasoned that the enemy must be fully as much shaken as we were. Onward went with the three brigades that carried Cramping a Gap. so handsomely on Sunday, and onward went Smith with the brigades of Hancock, Brooks, and Davidson all glorious fellows, who first made enemy's acquaintance on Warwick's Creek.-- sted, no doubt, by his last desperate endea the enemy gave way, Easily, and without the great outlay of life that it had at first cost us, the ground was won once more. Hitherto we have spoken only of what transpired on the right. There, after desperate struggles, we had won what, considered in itself alone, was a glorious battle, and our enemy was there
forces in Maryland and the Lower Valley, and entertains the belief that the enemy will not make any serious attempt at invasion for some time to come.--Our troops were buoyant in spirits, and ready and eager to meet the foe again. The battle of Saturday. An official dispatch, dated Staunton, September 23d, was received early in the day yesterday, communicating the intelligence of another fight and another decided and brilliant victory on Saturday. This dispatch was received by Gen. G. W. Smith, and was read in the House of Representatives yesterday morning. The following is a copy of the dispatch: General: A dispatch has just been received from Winchester, dated 21st. The enemy crossed 10,000 men over the river at Shepherdstown, and were immediately attacked by Jackson's corps and routed. Their loss very heavy; ours slight. Quite a number of arms taken. Jackson has recrossed into Maryland. H. B. Davidson, Col., P. A. C. S. During the day nothing later w