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everything obscured by heavy dense The General's horse took fright, and he was obliged to change him for another. While this was going on right Col., Donnelly was severely pressed on the left, orders were given for the extreme left to support the centre. Orders were also given for cavalry to move out and explore ged to dismount from his horse, who had become unmanageable, and the old men, unable to retreat shouted to his men to run with the colors, for he could not. Donnelly's brigade retreated to the east of the town, and were reported as cut off. Intelligence has recently been received, however, that he effected his escape and was crossing the Potomac at Falling Waters, Dam No. 4. Fuller particulars in regard to the fighting in Donnelly's brigade will be given soon. They are reported to have made an excellent fight, and to have repulsed the enemy brought against them. The first stand made in the retreat was about three miles from the town. A portion