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ayed the enemy as long as possible without losing the army. We have damaged him heavily, and I think the army entitled to the gratitude of the country. Be easy: every thing will go well. (Signed) Jno. Pope, Major-General P. S.--We have lost nothing — neither guns nor wagons. August 30, 1862--6.30 P. M. Gen. Banks: Destroy the public property at Bristow, and fall back upon Centreville at once. Destroy all the railroad property. Your troops at Bristow will withdraw through Brentsville. Your troops at Manassas and between there and Bristow will withdraw to Centreville. By command of Major-Gen. Pope. (Signed) Geo. D. Ruggles, Col. and Chief of Staff. A true copy: T. C. H. Smith, Lieut.-Col. and A. D.C. Washington, Aug. 31, 1862--11 A. M. Major-Gen. Pope: My Dear General: You have done nobly. Don't yield another inch if you can avoid it. All reserves are being sent forward. Couch's division goes to-day, part of it went to Sangster's station last night with F
ayed the enemy as long as possible without losing the army. We have damaged him heavily, and I think the army entitled to the gratitude of the country. Be easy: every thing will go well. (Signed) Jno. Pope, Major-General P. S.--We have lost nothing — neither guns nor wagons. August 30, 1862--6.30 P. M. Gen. Banks: Destroy the public property at Bristow, and fall back upon Centreville at once. Destroy all the railroad property. Your troops at Bristow will withdraw through Brentsville. Your troops at Manassas and between there and Bristow will withdraw to Centreville. By command of Major-Gen. Pope. (Signed) Geo. D. Ruggles, Col. and Chief of Staff. A true copy: T. C. H. Smith, Lieut.-Col. and A. D.C. Washington, Aug. 31, 1862--11 A. M. Major-Gen. Pope: My Dear General: You have done nobly. Don't yield another inch if you can avoid it. All reserves are being sent forward. Couch's division goes to-day, part of it went to Sangster's station last night with F