If the assertions of the prisoners, that Federals the battle near Leesburg
on Monday entitled to any evidence, it would entire force was either captured.
The number of arrived in Richmond
is that more are on their way to the enemy, on the will doubtless reach the stated on good authority place any confidence in made by prisoners in Our own wounded has not yet been but we learn from were in the immediate vicinity that the first statement of
, who from Leesburg
informs us on both sides was every inch of our forces.
The opposing armies into close proximity.-- upon our men, but of musketry, which by a counter charge of and gallantry.
The death of who commanded the Federals
in confirmed by a statement of a Baker
" was very near him through the head This man alludes to the apparently regret, respect for his .
was received last evening that crossed the Potomac
in possession of the town falling back.
No of this report had been to the War Department that though it was evidently from Manassas
If it it may result in to the Federal
army, will have no lack of his operations.