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The battle of Glorietta. [From the Houston (Texas) TelegraphMay 5.] Our gallant Bill Scurry, with his "ragged Texans," has gained another victory over the Federals in New Mexico. The importance of this victory will be understood when the strategy that led to it is explained. Glorietta is the name of a canon about is old Fort Union road. Fort Union lies a little north of the St. Louis and Santa Fe road, and is about 70 miles from Santa Fe. From the east of the mountain there are tw150 Texans at Santa Fe. Gen. Sibley at once sent Major Shiro, shire forward to reinforce him, with orders to hold Canon Glorietta at all hazard. He also sent Col. Scurry to Galisteo, to guard the other pass, with orders to repair to Pyrones support points, the and an army of scouts, and is determined to cut his enemy up in detail. Having routed the force at Canon Glorietta, on its way to reinforce force Canby at Fort Craig, he has set the forces to watching for Canby. It was Canby's pl
Capt. Tom Ochiltree, Assistant Adjutant General, Army of New Mexico, arrived here yesterday, with dispatches for the Government. We are indebted to him for a copy of the Houston Telegraph, from which we copy, to another column, a full account of the battle of Glorietta.