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ve been well armed in this fight. Those taken carried Minified muskets, of Harper's Ferry pattern. The subsequent occupation of Martinsburg has been narrated by own. On every side we received nothing but kindness. A skirmish near Harper's Ferry. A passenger by the cars last evening reports 1,800 Federal troops at Sandy Hook, one mile from Harper's Ferry, on Thursday. The pickets of the contending forces had a skirmish opposite Harper's Ferry on Thursday evening, which resultedHarper's Ferry on Thursday evening, which resulted in one Federal soldier of the New York Ninth Regiment having been killed, and two wounded. Two citizens of Harper's Ferry, and both Union men, are also reported to hHarper's Ferry, and both Union men, are also reported to have been shot and killed by the Federal pickets. Mr. Henry T. Scott, a well-known and esteemed citizen of Bladensburg, Md., was arrested in that village by the F. When Alex. H. Stephens predicted that the first battle would come off at Harper's Ferry, military men rather scouted the idea; yet we are all momentarily expecting
officer does not wear a sword in defence of the Southern Confederacy. His coolness and gallantry on Tuesday are highly commended. For several days exciting reports have been circulated here of the presence of a large Federal force near Harper's Ferry, on the Maryland side; and yesterday morning we received intelligence from an unquestionable source that some twenty of the enemy had crossed over and were attempting the hoisting of a Federal flag on the staff in the Armory yard. Acting upodetermined to dispute every inch of ground, which they can do successfully, with very little risk, under cover of the bridge, abutments and stone tressel-work of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. Yesterday evening, after Lieut. Henderson left Harper's Ferry, Mr. Roeder, a quiet citizen, but staunch Union man, was walking on the platform of the railroad in front of the Wager House, when a fire was opened upon him from the other side, and one of the balls striking him, he was almost instantly kill