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outh Carolinians will certainly fight whenever called upon. We make some interesting extracts from Col. Bacon's letter: "We are within about five miles of 5000 of the enemy. A balloon was seen last night and several times to-day, from my camp, in the neighborhood of Alexandria. They view our position from it and telegraph the result to Scott. I suspect they will feel so easy now that they have uncurtained our strength in this vicinity, Report says the 5000 above spoken of, at Falls Church, have started back to Alexandria. If they do not start by Wednesday, I think we will beg them. My regiment numbers — men, besides about 70 negroes, who will fight like thunder. We are in good health and spirits. "I learn that Revins, Hyer, Multigan and Wilkes, together with all the roughs and robber, are in Washington with companies. How I would like to pit my 7th Regiment against them in the open field would charge them to the very death, "I can not close without age in th
ther Disunionist battery planted. Camp Tyler, Fairfax County, Va., June 22. --It has been ascertained beyond all question that a battery has been planted by the Secessionists at Eimund Powell's, on "the dirt road" from Fairfax C. H. to Falls Church. Powell's is 3½ miles from the Court-House, and 4½ from Falls Church. The situation of the ground there, I know, will enable a properly constructed field-work to command the approach to the Court-House by that road; but the topography of theFalls Church. The situation of the ground there, I know, will enable a properly constructed field-work to command the approach to the Court-House by that road; but the topography of the country around is not such as to prevent marching around this new battery. Large numbers of Confederates around fair-fax Court-House, and anxious for a battle. Falls Church, June 22. --This morning we have information here from three or four different persons, whose means of learning what is going on about Fairfax Court-House I regard as being reliable, that the disunionts are now in large force in, between and around Germantown and the (Fairfax) Court-House. They all agree in est
bducted by the Secessionists yesterday in a very singular manner. A lady called upon him, and requested him to provide her with an escort to her home, as she was afraid to go alone. He gallantly tendered his own services, since which nothing has been heard of him. Prof. Lowe brought his balloon, inflated, from Arlington Heights this morning, to Camp Tyler, intending to make an ascension this morning, but the wind was too high. I made an observation to-day from a high hill near Falls Church, and saw clouds of dust in the distance, as if large bodies of men were in motion. All has been quiet here to-day — no alarms in any direction. Palmer A. German, one of the wounded of the Vienna repuise, is very low, and is not expected to recover. He is still lying in camp, it being regarded as dangerous to remove him to the hospital. Ohio troops for Western Virginia, etc. Cincinnati, June 22. --The Third and Fourth Ohio Regiments, Colonels Morrow and Anderson, fu