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(Capt. Nadenbush,) Col.Allen's (2d Virginia) Regiment, at the battle of Manassas on the 21st July: Mr. Armstrong after aiding in the re-capture of a part of Sherman's Battery, (consisting of a guns then in the possession of some N. Y. Zouaves,) became separated from his regiment and secreted himself behind a fence from whence The regiment was in the hottest of the fight for many hours. Captain A. W. Harman; of the Staunton Rifles, (Company G,) was the first man who took possession of Sherman's celebrated Battery, (six pieces,) and kept it. I should have noticed this before, but have been unable in consequence of sickness since the fight. Knowing thathrough left the heart, leading on the charge. Several of my boys' guns were struck by cannon balls and bent double in their hands. Our regiment captured Sherman's Battery, and Stephen E. James, of thy company, tore from the battery its flag and now has it to bring home. The boys all done bravely. We learn from the s