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Retreat of Rosencranz — full particulars. have at length received a full and account of the retreat of Rosencranz Federal army from Big Sewell Mountain . On the morning of Sunday, the 6th it was discovered that the enemy, who encampeRosencranz Federal army from Big Sewell Mountain . On the morning of Sunday, the 6th it was discovered that the enemy, who encamped about a mile and a half of our forces, at the Sturgeon farm, top of Sewell, had removed his tents, far as appearances indicated, retreated Savage, of the 7th Tennessee instantly made an advance with companies of his command, and the Rifles, as found, however, and in due time Savage, with his little command, up the declivity into the centre of encampment. Rosencranz (to use expression) had "smelled a mice," with all possible diligence, cover of darkness, leaving several wagons, een known in time, the army would, ere this, have been on way, as prisoners, to Richmond. This is fact, inasmuch as Rosencranz enjoyed a considerable reputation as a but no military man would be of the blunder of leaving his camp for such a l