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From Gordonsville. We were unable to learn anything of special interest from our lines about Gordonsville yesterday.--Our latest reports, up to half-past 12 o'clock yesterday, represent everything quiet, with no fighting of consequence since the battle of Saturday. It is said, with some grounds of probability that the forces under Pope are concentrating in Madison county, and will perhaps attempt a flank movement on Gen. Jackson, while Burnside, who is being heavily reinforced by McClellan, advances through Culpeper and Orange. Most of our wounded in the fight of Saturday are now at Charlottesville and Lovingston, Nelson county. Some are also in the hospitals in Lynchburg. The following are the casualties in the Courtney Artillery (Capt. J. W. Latimer) in the battle of Cedar Run: Wounded--Lieut R. H. Vaughan, slightly in neck; Corporal A. J. Snead, in leg (since amputated); Corporal James Hamilton, in head; Corporal James Brooks, in foot; Private George Powell, in le
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e New York press the justice to say that, so far as we have been, it treats the disasters of the Federals with sufficient fairness.--Though, to a certain extent, echoing the mendacious bulletins of the Government, and the pompous addresses of Gen. McClellan, it is still independent enough, and honest enough, to let the country understand the whole truth. While Falstaff and Boabdil describe their exploits, the newspaper correspondents quietly explain matters in a manner that has filled the Northmy from its difficulties, to avenge the dishonor of its flag by a triumphant entry into Richmond, have, of course, been plentiful, but, as to anything further, there is a dead and most portentous silence. In fact, it is feet that the defeat of McClellan's army has changed everything. But a fortnight before, a vast and well provided force was investing the capital city of the South, defended, as it was thought, only by a few starving regiments. All was joy and ignorant confidence. Now the tr