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the north side of the river, indicates thane panic must have occurred recently among McClellan's army in the vicinity of Shirley. In no other way can we account for this apparently reckless squandering of army valuables. The unusually long list ofenders crossing exceedingly dangerous. The gentleman above referred to states, that the Confederate pickets entered Shirley Saturday morning, and the place is now within our lines. We captured over 100 of the enemy, who had been left at ShirleShirley very badly wounded. Could a small force of Confederates have visited Shirley on Wednesday we would have secured five or six thousand of the vandals, who would probably have surrendered without resistance, as they were much discomfited and disorgaom the condition of several of the wounded now there, it is thought that many more will find-their last resting-place at Shirley. Persons who went down to a point opposite Berkeley, Saturday, and returned on the evening of that day, report that