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Our late Brilliant Victor. --This community was electrified the day before yesterday, by the news from Leesburg. It was reported, at first, that General Evans, with four regiments, had defeated a heavy force of twelve Yankee regiments, with six batteries, he himself having only five pieces engaged and that he had driven the enemy into the river, killing many, and capturing two hundred. For once, the first report fell far short of the truth. Later in the day intelligence was received, that the actual less of the enemy was at least six hundred killed, wounded, and drowned — that we had taken six hundred prisoners, and six pieces of artillery. This we hold to be an achievement, at least, equal to any of the war thus far. The enemy was four to one--his artillery at least five to one--his confidence high — his officers the best in the Yankee service. But one week before the battle, the Washington Star said, "we are in expectation of hearing that the disunion troops will all drop