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men are anxious to take the battery, and will as surely do it as the sun rises on the day they attempt it, whether it be to-morrow or Monday. letter from Col. Corcoran, The Herald says: The following letter was sent to Capt. Jas. B. Kirker, of this city, by Col. Corcoran, of the 59th Regiment, which is at present onCol. Corcoran, of the 59th Regiment, which is at present on the advance movement with the grand army of the Union: Headquarters Sixty-ninth Reg't, Near Centreville, Va., July 18, 1861. Capt. James B. Rirker: My Dear Friend: The night of the 16th we remained at Vienna, and left next morning at six o'clock. Our march from there was very slow indeed, caused by the obstructions pl in about a week. I will have him sent back to the fort as soon as I can. I must close, as the regiment is falling into line. I remain, ever yours truly. Michael Corcoran, Colonel. The Blundering of Gen. Patterson. Poor Patterson's shoulders have to bear all the weight of responsibility attaching to the Federal r