our Army again victorious!!
great slaughter on both sides.
Beauregard's horse shot from under him.
General McDowell mortally wounded.
the enemy in full retreat.
&c. &c., &c.
Manassas Junction, July 21.
--A battle, lasting ten hours, was fought at Stone Bridge
is again victorious.
The slaughter on both sides is tremendous.
had a miraculous escape from death.
He had his horse shot from under him while leading Hampton
's Legion into action.
seized the colors of a wavering regiment and rallied them to the charge.
It is impossible to estimate the number of the dead and wounded.
It is reported that the Federal Commander
, Gen. McDowell
, was mortally wounded.
On our side, Col.
and acting General, Brigadier General Francis Bartow
, of Georgia
, was mortally wounded, and is since reported dead.
The battle commenced at 8 o'clock A. M., and closed at 6 P. M., with the enemy in full retreat, pursued by our cavalry:
arrived on the battle field after the action had commenced.