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ined to be without foundation, and everything quieted down. The enemy made a dash into Martinsburg on Saturday evening last, and captured one wounded Confederate soldier. On Sunday they made an advance in considerable force on Gen. A. P. Hill's division from the direction of Charlestown, shelling the woods on each side as they advanced, but their fire was not responded to by our troops. They did not approach nearer than five miles of our forces. On Saturday last eleven members of White's cavalry, of Loudoun county, captured one hundred and thirty stragglers of the enemy's forces at Shicker's Gap. They belonged to various regiments, and at the time of their capture were unarmed. In addition, two sutlers' wagons were captured, containing a valuable lot of shoes and clothing. One hundred and twenty-six of these prisoners were brought down by the Central train last evening, three took the oath of allegiance to the Confederacy, and one was left in Winchester, too sick to tra
l to the guilty. Since the differences and dissatisfactions among the drafted men, large numbers have deserted, and the purpose to do so is also avowed by still larger numbers of the men now in Camp Curtin. Every hour adds to the embarrassment. On the 6th inst., one of the men, in attempting to break the guard, was shot in the leg, and severely if not dangerously wounded. The Court-Martial in the Harper's Ferry case. The report of the Harper's Ferry Commission is published. White and Cols. D'Ubassy and Trimble are of all blame, and the capacity and courage of the former is praised. Col. Miles and Gens. Weel and McClellan, however, are freely censured--Col. Miles for neglecting to fortify Maryland Heights; Gen. Wool, for putting Col. Miles in command; and Gen. McClellan, for not sending Col. Miles reinforcements, or making any effort to send him any. The Commission also say that McClellan only marched six miles a Gay when pursuing the invading enemy, and they furth