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rn Virginia. They trudge along unmolesting, and are shot down in their tracks. They seek the enemy, and find scarcely a foot-print. A company of the 23d regiment went to Glenville, with a Government train, with orders to make a detour via Bulltown, and scour the country. When four miles from Bulltown, the rear guard was fired into from an overhanging rock. The only evidence of the proximity of an enemy was the report of their guns, the smoke of the powder, and the rattling of the balls.Bulltown, the rear guard was fired into from an overhanging rock. The only evidence of the proximity of an enemy was the report of their guns, the smoke of the powder, and the rattling of the balls. Not a human being, beyond the Union troops, was to be seen. Three men were wounded--one behind the ear, another in the back, and a third in the leg. Every shot ranged downward. The boys instantly charged up the hill. The flash of the powder showed where the shots came from, but a half hour's search revealed no enemy. They had fired and fled through the bridle paths. Bale Fellow well met. Says the Boston Traveller: On Saturday afternoon, upon the arrival of Hon. John P. Hale