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t also states that he saw an account of the fight in the Pittsburg Dispatch, of Monday morning, in which it was stated that the light had commenced by Rosencranz attacking Lee; that Rosencranz had been repulsed, and that they were fighting again the next day, and that reinforcements were then coming up for Lee, and would reach him before the fight was over. He was not at liberty to bring a paper through. [Extract from a letter to a gentleman in this city, from one of the officers of Wise's Legion, at Big Sewell, dated. "Camp Defiance, "Thursday morning, Sept. 26, 1861. "I have just arrived at camp with 13 Union men as prisoners, and find Gen. Lee's forces 7,000 strong. We anticipate a fight. Some think it will be a hard fight, but I think not, owing to the strength of Gen. Lee. The enemy's forces reported from ten to twelve thousand." Mr. Crockett, on his way, passed through Phillippi, where he tells us the Federals have burnt and destroyed all the proper
General Wise. It is impossible of the most careful journalist to general exemption from effort, and times, when the air is so full difficult in some instances to from fiction. We announced upon what we deemed good an-that Gen. Wise accompanied President to Manassas; but have since ascerte still in fire city, and confined by This last fact we yet it is gratifying to at his milady is not of a nature so the gage that he will soon to take the field again. General Wise. It is impossible of the most careful journalist to general exemption from effort, and times, when the air is so full difficult in some instances to from fiction. We announced upon what we deemed good an-that Gen. Wise accompanied President to Manassas; but have since ascerte still in fire city, and confined by This last fact we yet it is gratifying to at his milady is not of a nature so the gage that he will soon to take the field again.