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lorious cause they represent upon the field. These Colonels both fought through the Mexican war, the former having been wounded six times. The movement of Rosencranz, the other day, in getting away from Lee and Loring, and precipitating his forces upon us, was a brilliant one, and shows that officer to be far superior to anyll have to take back with him a flea in his ear, which will tickle anything but his vanity. I have read the Northern telegraphic account of our battle with Rosencranz. It represents that we had five thousand men and sixteen pieces of artillery, when the truth is, we only had 1,750 men and six pieces of artillery, four pieces that their loss was equally "terrific," or, they the greatest cowards that ever trod a step to the sound of martial music. On Wednesday and Thursday last, Rosencranz built new boats and threw some 5,000 of his men across to this side of Ganley, his purpose doubtless being to form a junction with General Cox's forces, which w