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espondent at the University of Virginia sends us the following account of an exponent of private John Armstrong, of the Berkeley Border Guard, (Capt. Nadenbush,) Col.Allen's (2d Virginia) Regiment, at the battle of Manassas on the 21st July: Mr. Armstrong after aiding in the re-capture of a part of Sherman's Battery, (consisting of a guns then in the possession of some N. Y. Zouaves,) becameleft him untouched. At this time five Yankees crossed the fence about thirty yards from where Armstrong lay, running to join their regiment not far off. One of them dropped his gun. Armstrong pickedArmstrong picked it up and shot him dead, and continued the pursuit, when all four wheeled and fired on him, one ball taking effect in the left arm. Nothing daunted, he still pursued until he overtook the hindmost, bove statement is corroborated by several of his company, who believe it entirely reliable. Mr. Armstrong has three bullet holes through his shirt; besides the one which wounded him, but at what per