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A letter from "H," dated Martinsburg, July 3, is omitted, simply because all the facts communicated in regard to the engagement near Hainesville had been anticipated.
unty. They immediately retraced their steps, and passed through this place about 11 o'clock this morning, en route for St. George. About 2 o'clock, Col. Heck, who it seems was ignorant of the movements of the said companies, sent orders to Col. Hansrough, who was in command here, to have them ready to march to his assistance at a moment's warning. Two messengers arrived here late this evening from Heck's camp, who stated that the enemy are marching upon his position. A letter dated July 3d, says: Five hundred men, under command of Major Taylor, passed through this place this morning from Laurel Hill, to join Col. Heck's command at Camp Garnett. They left Laurel Hill at two o'clock this morning upon a requisition from Col. Heck, who is menaced with an attack from the enemy from the direction of Buckhannon. The following is added in a postscript: The only news that has come to town since the writing of the above is, that a small scouting party from Laurel Hill