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"Retreating Movements"

--The Washington correspondent of the N. Y. Herald says that military authorities there ‘"hold that the retreat from Manassas Junction is rendered unavoidable, in consequence of the occupation of Leesburg by the brigade of 5000 Federal troops and the approach of General Patterson's grand army of 35,000 men.’"The same writer asserts that Beauregard is on the track from Manassas Junction to Richmond.

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