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His defeats have now relieved him from this obligation. He may, without fear of censure, concentrate his forces where they can make a stand with reasonable prospect of success; he may withdraw them into strong positions, where they can hold their ground against superior numbers, and where the power of the enemy's artillery may be in some degree neutralized by nature or by fortifications; and if the vainglory of their recent successes should tempt the Federalists to an a tack, the rout of Ball Run may be repeated, with far more disastrous effect, where two or three hundred miles of hostile territory will interpose between the fugitives and their place of refuge. The Yankees in Stafford county. The raid of Sickles's drunken brigade into Stafford county, Va., has been noticed. The Fredericksburg News thus describes the doings of the Hessians: From the Messrs. Conway, Morgan, and Schooler, they took all clothing of all sorts, money, plate; tore up R. Conway's bonds before