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f both wings of the army was ordered, and after a fierce combat, which raged until after 9 o'clock, he was completely defeated and driven beyond Bull Run. The darkness of the night, his destruction of the Stone Bridge after crossing, and the uncertainty of the fords, stopped the pursuit. The next morning the enemy was discovered in the strong position at Centreville, and the army was put in motion towards the Little River turnpike, to turn his right. Upon reaching Ox Hill on the 1st of September, he was again discovered in our front on the heights of Germantown, and about 5 P. M. made a spirited attack upon the front and right of our columns, with a view of apparently covering the withdrawal of his trains on the Centreville road, and masking his retreat. Our position was maintained with but slight loss on both sides. Major General Kearney was left by the enemy dead on the field. During the night the enemy fell back to Fairfax C. H., and abandoned his position at Centreville.
St. Johns,September 1. --The steamer North American passed Cape Race on Sunday morning with later advices from Europe. The United States steamer Tuscarora had returned to Kingstown. The London Times, speaking of the conscription in the United States, says that the land of freedom is now ruled by a force that is creating terror. The London Herald says it would be the salvation of the Northern States if Europe would immediately forbid the continuance of the war. The embarkation of French troops for Mexico had been suspended till after the arrival of the next mail from Vera Cruz. From Italy the statement is confirmed that Garibaldi entered Datania and was well received by the people. In the Italian Senate on the 20th, an explanation of events in Sicily was asked for, when Retaggi replied that the Government considered Garibaldi in a state of rebellion, and that the situation of Italy was grave, but he hoped the difficulties would be surmounted. Com