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Army of the Potomac. [from our own correspondent.] Manassas, Sept. 12th. The village of Manassas, or Tudor Hall, as the Post-Office is called, is very much smaller than is generally imagined. In the village proper there are not above three or four houses and within a circuit of three or four miles perhaps not more than five or six hundred inhabitants. The station is situated on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, some quarter of a mile from its junction with the Manassas Gap Road. There is no regular depot, but a rudely constructed building answers the purpose at present. One plain two-story house, with a porch in front to which you mount by half a dozen steps, was formerly the hotel, while the only remaining roofs the place can boast, is a small white cottage, now used as a hospital, and a small rough office occupied by Adams & Co.'s Express.--The telegraph is in two horse-cars, like those used on the city railroads, in one of which the battery is placed, and in the oth
wing summary: The battle near Summersville. Clarksburg,Va., Sept. 12. --A battle commenced between the Federal troops and the ene veterans. Official report of Gen. Rosencranz. Washington, Sept. 12. --The following dispatch was received at headquarters this evening: Headquarters Army of Va., Camp Scott, Sept. 12, P. M. To Col. E. D. Townsend: --We yesterday marched 17½ miles, and reaanding. The skirmish at Lewinsville, Va., &c. Washington, Sept. 12. --In yesterday's dispatch of the account of the skirmish nere Bull Run affairs." From across the Potomac. Washington, Sept. 12. --The firing in the direction of Chain Bridge this morning ertaking them. Route of Gen. Green's Army. Washington, Sept. 12. --The following dispatch was received to-night at headquarters of the army: St. Louis, Sept. 12.--Colonel E. D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant-General; A dispatch from Gen. Pope, received to-day fr